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Old 12-06-2012, 09:27 PM   #11 (permalink)
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And thank you everyone, he is such a handsome devil.

These are from last night, he loves tug, but doesn't like when I win.
(I had his toy in my hand - and was using it to my advantage to get an actual picture of him - not just a black and red blurrr)
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:37 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Oh yeah, and I forgot to share one of my favorite pictures of my boy....the picture that pretty much sums up my dog.

His playgirl spread...we call this look "crazy eye"

He gets in these moods where he'll lay in some bizarre way, and lay completely still, and when I call his name and look at him, he give me the crazy eye.

What a weirdo
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Old 12-07-2012, 08:04 AM   #13 (permalink)
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What focus on that toy! Sure makes for great pics!

How is he with your cockatiel?? I ask because you MIGHT want to move the cage higher as he gets a bit older. I have a grey and a quaker and when they flap their wings in the cage ... it's SERIOUS focus time!!! Ky ignored them til she was about 8 months old ... then it was like a light bulb! OOHHHHH Birdies ... IN THE HOUSE!!!!

He looks like such a clown in that last picture on his back!
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What focus on that toy! Sure makes for great pics!

How is he with your cockatiel?? I ask because you MIGHT want to move the cage higher as he gets a bit older. I have a grey and a quaker and when they flap their wings in the cage ... it's SERIOUS focus time!!! Ky ignored them til she was about 8 months old ... then it was like a light bulb! OOHHHHH Birdies ... IN THE HOUSE!!!!

He looks like such a clown in that last picture on his back!
You know, he's not that bad with him. Mostly ignores him, but sometimes he'll spook the bird accidentally, and then he is all focused on him. Sometimes he just stares at the bird, and barks at him hahaha..I think he is confused. But, Berlin has free roam of my room most times (except for when I'm gone), and I haven't really had a problem with him trying to do anything to the bird...yet. You said yours wasn't until 8 months, so I have a few more months to go! lol! But thanks, i'll definitely watch those two. He is REALLY bad with my two cats though, and I REALLY hope that situation gets better as he gets a little older...
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Ky took a while to get "under control" too with the cat. It wasn't until I had a SOLID leave it that I felt more "comfortable" with them in the same room!
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OMG, he is gorgeous!!!! I love his wonky puppy ears too. My youngest, Galahad, had his wonky ears until about 3 months. I miss them. lol
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Ky took a while to get "under control" too with the cat. It wasn't until I had a SOLID leave it that I felt more "comfortable" with them in the same room!
Any tips on teaching the leave it command? He hasn't really learned it yet....and is in a whole 'nother zone when chasing the cats..
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OMG, he is gorgeous!!!! I love his wonky puppy ears too. My youngest, Galahad, had his wonky ears until about 3 months. I miss them. lol
Thank you!
I love the ears too, they crack me up.
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he sits so strange lol, so relaxed..







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So cute!!! :d
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