|06-02-2014 10:56 AM|
|Tratkins||Samson hates the pool net. Goes crazy whining and barking when we have it...said pool net now has a duct tape patch to fix the one time he was successful in getting to it. :-(|
|06-02-2014 08:55 AM|
|daonlyillwiz||haha this is great, its good to know i'm not alone here heh.|
|05-31-2014 09:33 AM|
Keeta, taking care of the unspeakable threat that the snow shovel poses:
Killing it good:
Running off with her prize:
|05-31-2014 09:12 AM|
|Sarah~||Eko hates the broom, he backs up when I push it out but when I pull it back he grabs it, growls, and tries to take it out of my hands. Same with the vacuum.|
|05-31-2014 08:12 AM|
One of our females likes to attack the snow coming from the snow blower. Our other female likes to lay in the middle of the carpet you are vacuuming. You can vacuum completely around her, then you have to tell her to move in order to finish, she usually move just enough and that's it.
|05-31-2014 07:56 AM|
|ChetsDad||Hahahaha! Yes! Mine too HATES rakes, mops, brooms, pretty much anything with a handle. If he sees it in my hand, he starts whining, immediately runs over and tries to take it away from me and break it. If it is just sitting there, he could care less. He also has an ongoing feud with the vacuum. It rains treats whenever I vacuum, so at least now he lets me do it, but he is always right in front of it, ready, should it attack. : )|
|05-30-2014 06:38 PM|
|volcano||my dog freaked out at a rake this spring, Ive never heard that fast,aggressive bark from her before. Thinking back I threw a pile of leaves at her with it last fall.|
|05-30-2014 05:02 PM|
|LoveEcho||My six month old could care less about the vacuum. A rake, however.... all rakes everywhere should sleep with one eye open. For her it's a play behavior. It looks different, it moves if she or I interact with it, it makes noise when it hits the ground.|
|05-30-2014 04:20 PM|
That sounds like a good idea, im going to give this a shot. He already knows paw and high five along with a ton of other commands so "touch" shouldnt be all that difficult.
Thank you very much for this idea.
Jax08, we crate him whenever we have to clean the house too. If we didnt he would just follow us around barking lol.
|05-30-2014 04:19 PM|
You can HOPE he grows out of it, LOL! Common behaviour for a lot of dogs. My 10 year old still won't let me shovel snow. She is determined on killing the shovel and actually will wrestle it out of my hands and take off with it.
I'm still not decided if it's cute or annoying.
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