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Old 07-01-2014, 12:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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If you make the mistake of leaving the door cracked, even just a little, he pushes it open to make sure you know he's available if you should need assistance.



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Doing his "Lab" impression.


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Old 07-01-2014, 12:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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[QUOTE=GSDGunner;5714497]If you make the mistake of leaving the door cracked, even just a little, he pushes it open to make sure you know he's available if you should need assistance.



My pup Linus does that too. He is so curious and wants to be with us all the time--privacy is just not his thing.

Great pics. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 07-01-2014, 12:25 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I cannot go into the bathroom without Raina worrying that I'm going down the drain or escaping out that nonexistent window. I have taken her into the bathroom to show her there is only one door but she still worries when I shut the door. I can hear her snuffling out side the door, just checking to see if I got lost. I love the way German Shepherds think, even if it means no privacy in the bathroom. She has no anxiety over any other room. I love the pictures.
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Privacy? What is privacy?
Love the pictures and all the faces he makes. You can tell exactly what he's thinking on each picture
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Don't know about yours, but once Gunther gets in he feels he can only safely get out by backing out. There's plenty of room for him to turn around but he'll make a few poor attempts at it before backing out.
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My hall bathroom is rather small ... small enough that when my unwelcome assistant comes with me, he actually crawls half into the tub to wait for me. Dork. If he doesn't get in the door fast enough and is forced to wait in the hall, I hear a few whines and snuffling at the bottom of the door.
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I cannot go into the bathroom without Raina worrying that I'm going down the drain or escaping out that nonexistent window. I have taken her into the bathroom to show her there is only one door but she still worries when I shut the door. I can hear her snuffling out side the door, just checking to see if I got lost. I love the way German Shepherds think, even if it means no privacy in the bathroom. She has no anxiety over any other room. I love the pictures.
Same here. He usually follows me and is on my tail even as I shut the door. I get that same look (as in the pic) as I'm shutting the door.
Sometimes he stands there and whines, walks away, then comes right back.

Snuffling is a perfect word for the noises I hear from him outside the door.

This bathroom is right by the stairs and you have to turn at the staircase to access it.
Several years ago I was heading towards the bathroom, Gunner right behind me. He was speeding to catch up to me and as I turned the corner he did as well.
His right leg slid outward on the laminate floors and all I heard was a scuffle (him trying to get his footing I guess). I came out and he was laying in the living room acting normal.
A little while later I heard him trying to get up and soon found he had severely injured his right leg. Several vet visits, xrays etc commenced.

It took a long time heal and he re-injured it a few times. It was almost a year before it was healed for good. All because he thinks something evil lives in that bathroom.

Right after that happened I went and bought several little throw rugs so that he wouldn't slide trying to escort me.
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Don't know about yours, but once Gunther gets in he feels he can only safely get out by backing out. There's plenty of room for him to turn around but he'll make a few poor attempts at it before backing out.
Yep, he backs out too but it is really a narrow area, there's no room to turn around. I just say "back" and out he goes.
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Lol this never happens to me with my guys, once I took care of a lab and he kicked the door down while I was in the shower I turned around and his head was poking thru the curtain

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Wow i thought i was the only one... my puppy follow me around everywhere....
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