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08-21-2014 02:35 PM
SuperG I've had a couple which were fascinated by looking in the mirror. In the beginning, I believe they were rather confused because of the lack of any scent...similar to seeing dogs on TV. My last shepherd was definitely a TV tough dog but the mirror just intrigues them to no end at times.

08-21-2014 02:32 PM
08-21-2014 02:27 PM
Squeetie Clay likes to look in the mirror because he's so very handsome (he's one of my favs)!!! My Red will look at me using the mirror all the time, but doesn't care to look at himself like your boy.
08-21-2014 02:20 PM
stairing at self in mirrors

Clay dose this a lot he just love to look at himself in any mirror for example we have a cabinet with mirrors in the back he will very often climb onto the arm of the couch to look at himself for up to 5 minutes, my mum has a giant mirror at her house on the floor in her bedroom and when he's in there he goes straight to it to look at himself also if your standing behind him he will use the mirror to look at you if you talk to him he get really happy and starts wagging his tail its so cute makes me wonder if he know he's looking at himself thinking I'm such a hadsome boy.
Dose anyone else have a dog that likes to look in the mirror?

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