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06-11-2014 05:39 PM
eddie1976E
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Originally Posted by LoriH View Post
Mine sometimes lifts his leg so high he almost falls over. It's hilarious.
Mine does the opposite sometimes. Maybe lifts an inch or less....I guess its asking too much of him to lift it up high...
06-11-2014 04:41 PM
wyoung2153 At the shelter I help at.. there is one terrier that lifts his leg to poop... I have never ever seen such a thing. Lol.

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06-11-2014 04:36 PM
Courtney
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There was a JRT in our neighborhood named Martin that took "lifting" to a whole new level. He would do a handstand, lifting his entire rear end off the ground before letting it fly. He usually did this when there was something taller than him that he wanted to mark. That dog was such a trip.

I used to lift my leg too. But I got tired of all the stares and stopped.
haha That's great
06-11-2014 04:30 PM
Ellimaybel
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There was a JRT in our neighborhood named Martin that took "lifting" to a whole new level. He would do a handstand, lifting his entire rear end off the ground before letting it fly. He usually did this when there was something taller than him that he wanted to mark. That dog was such a trip.

I used to lift my leg too. But I got tired of all the stares and stopped.


My rat terrier does that whole back end lift sometimes when he wants to poop into something complicated.
06-11-2014 02:06 PM
Mister C There was a JRT in our neighborhood named Martin that took "lifting" to a whole new level. He would do a handstand, lifting his entire rear end off the ground before letting it fly. He usually did this when there was something taller than him that he wanted to mark. That dog was such a trip.

I used to lift my leg too. But I got tired of all the stares and stopped.
06-11-2014 11:52 AM
wyoung2153 For Titan it depends on where, lol. His comfortabel habit is just barely off the ground. If he is at a dog park.. it's as high as he can. lol.. I think it just is preference of the dog.
06-11-2014 10:34 AM
LoriH Mine sometimes lifts his leg so high he almost falls over. It's hilarious.
06-11-2014 10:29 AM
blueangele Zeph squats like a girl, it's funny, we make fun of him all the time, good thing he doesn't realize it ;-)
06-11-2014 07:27 AM
LoveEcho
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The weirdest I've seen is a male lift so high he accidentally aimed *up*, missing the bush completely and squirting another dog in the side of the head. At least, I choose to believe it was an accident. He's blind, so he gets a pass on lousy aim. It was quite acrobatic though.




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06-11-2014 07:24 AM
Shade Delgado started at 6 months and never stopped, even after the neuter. It all depends on the dog
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