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06-05-2014 12:50 PM
Originally Posted by Stosh View Post
I bet that's all Hondo is afraid of
True. Him and stosh are blood brothers.
06-05-2014 12:28 PM
Stosh I bet that's all Hondo is afraid of
06-04-2014 05:01 PM
Maxil Flo rida song "Good Feeling" and " Who let the dogs out" , idk why but when I play them he runs away xD
06-04-2014 04:40 PM
Lilie After Snake Avoidance Training last weekend, Hondo is now offically afraid of snakes.
06-04-2014 03:58 PM
Stosh In his four years, I've never seen Stosh afraid of anything.
06-03-2014 09:45 PM
Tina D.
Originally Posted by Juliem24 View Post
Parker was my daughter's black lab. He introduced us to the art of "slinkering": while on walks, if there were any inflatable holiday decorations or snowmen, he would get really low to the ground, dart his eyes towards the offending object and bark loudly like the cowardly lion while scraping his belly on he ground. Slinkering. It was hilarious.
Rudy, our GSD, worries some about the lawn mower, and is spooked by objects moving around at dusk. His favorite Kong toy helps him be brave.
LOLOL! "Slinkering" is an awesome word! That is exactly what my poor Scooter does, minus the loud bark. He's a lover, not a fighter.
06-03-2014 09:43 PM
Tina D. Honestly, my Mia isn't afraid of anything. If something sounds or looks different to her, she will not hesitate to run right up to it to check it out. I have never seen her shy away from anything, even as a puppy. But this is often typical for GSD, right?

My Scooter (lab mix), on the other hand, is afraid of/freaked out by tons of things! The vacuum, whole watermelons, the Swiffer duster, the Swiffer mop, and Mia (at times) He's a big baby.
05-31-2014 02:15 PM
pineconeforestGSD large trash pails. she is getting better but my oh my she doesn't like them at ALL.
05-31-2014 10:33 AM
Mister C
Originally Posted by kjdreyer View Post
When Jedda was about 8 months old, we were out for a walk on Canyon Rd. in Santa Fe, which is lined with art galleries. We came up on a sculpture of a huge reclining person, and she froze and then bolted right out of her collar, and almost bounced off a motorcyclist roaring up the street. We both just about needed CPR after that one.
Reminds me of Maddie when we visited the FDR Memorial in DC. She did great walking through the Memorial until we came upon a bronze larger-than-life statue of FDR's Scotty dog Fala. She froze, clearly afraid of this huge dog form in front of her. I gently coaxed her to walk up to it and she finally touched her nose on the statue. But it was hot from the sun and she jumped back about 2 feet.
05-31-2014 10:14 AM
Gunther der Heinz My 11 month old pup has showed no signs of fear of anything......except that angry mama deer. There was no time to show fear......RETREAT at once.
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