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02-27-2014 04:25 PM
Msmaria
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It's lemon, yummy. You can eat the yellow snow - yes you can
LOL Blanketback. I think I'll pass.
02-27-2014 04:23 PM
Blanketback It's lemon, yummy. You can eat the yellow snow - yes you can
02-27-2014 04:20 PM
Msmaria Yellow snow! Nope, no snow here, we just got rain today. I thing Dex has seen rain about 8 times. He DIDNT want to go outside to pee. I had to go with him and I couldn't tell if he went or not since he just stands there.
02-27-2014 04:14 PM
Blanketback Since you're in LA, you probably haven't heard about what seasonal fun the snow and ice bring: pee lingers, in a nice formation! You can dig at it! Wow! Party!!
02-27-2014 04:05 PM
Msmaria
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Yes, it was bad. This lab is 14 now, so he'll only wander into his immediate neighbor's yard nowadays. He used to tear open all the garbage bags too. Nobody was very happy when this boy was in his prime, lol.

My little guy is just past 2 and he still squats too, with the occasional leg lift. Our female is the one that does all the marking on our walks, with my pup going on top of wherever she goes, lol.
That is so funny. It sounds like you have quite a pack. We have one marker and that's the 6 yr old maltipoo who was intact when the shelter got him. He marks on top of both the female and gsd. Dex just looks at him like why are you peeing on top of my pee
02-27-2014 04:01 PM
Msmaria
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It sounds like territorial guarding to me.

Thank you. I hadn't thought of that. So moving the chairs are not going to help, because he sees them as his chairs to guard. I usually don't take the chairs but didnt want my mom sitting in the sand.
02-27-2014 03:59 PM
Blanketback Yes, it was bad. This lab is 14 now, so he'll only wander into his immediate neighbor's yard nowadays. He used to tear open all the garbage bags too. Nobody was very happy when this boy was in his prime, lol.

My little guy is just past 2 and he still squats too, with the occasional leg lift. Our female is the one that does all the marking on our walks, with my pup going on top of wherever she goes, lol.
02-27-2014 03:53 PM
Msmaria
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Your story reminds me of a big brouhaha that happened here a few years ago. Our neighbor's lab used to roam onto our property and urine mark our vehicles. DH was furious! And to make matters worse, my GSD would be the one caught doing the marking, because he'd be covering the lab's with his own. My dog never marked my car, ever. Not until this lab started doing it. I had to stick up for my dog, and tell DH that the lab started it, and my dog had a right to leave his mark on his (our) own property. I'm guessing Dexter was telling the dog to leave his (your) chair alone. Nice of him not to mark your chair
Oh no, so your husband had to put up with two dogs marking your car LOL. I don't think Dexter has learned how to yet. He still pess while just standing there and has not marked at all on our walks up to now. He seems to be maturing very slowly. Teeth didnt fully come in til 7 months.
02-27-2014 03:48 PM
HarleyTheGSD It sounds like territorial guarding to me.
02-27-2014 03:45 PM
Blanketback Your story reminds me of a big brouhaha that happened here a few years ago. Our neighbor's lab used to roam onto our property and urine mark our vehicles. DH was furious! And to make matters worse, my GSD would be the one caught doing the marking, because he'd be covering the lab's with his own. My dog never marked my car, ever. Not until this lab started doing it. I had to stick up for my dog, and tell DH that the lab started it, and my dog had a right to leave his mark on his (our) own property. I'm guessing Dexter was telling the dog to leave his (your) chair alone. Nice of him not to mark your chair
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