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post #11 of 93 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 10:53 PM
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Echo is definitely a groaner! When he lays down, when he gets up, when he's bored, when he's trying to get my attention and I'm ignoring him.... he's a total drama queen.
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Tony is a big time talker. The very first dog I ever had or even heard of that howls on his back...
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omg haha I thought Piper was the only one! She groans all the time..especially when shes relaxed and content. I love it!

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post #14 of 93 (permalink) Old 11-14-2012, 01:25 AM
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Oh yes! My old GSD used to talk to us in a variety of groans. My neighbors asked if we had a cow in our yard last year. I thought they were mad but realised it was my white GSDx huskies howl lol


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Yep, Niko gives out a big groan when he settles into his comfy bed, or sometimes when you get up from petting him.

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Joey lets out a groan once he's settled in for the night, then a big exhale. That's when we know he's relaxed.

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Mine used to just sigh when she laid down, but recently she's started making these loud groaning noises all the time when she's resting. It's not snoring.

She actually woke me up a few nights ago, I thought she was growling! LOL
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Yep, Sam does too. At night, when settling in, groan, when shifting positions, groan.
They are funny sometimes.
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LMAO ... nice to know I'm not the only one with a noisy GSD ... add Ky's name to the list, moaning, groaning, a bit of whining tossed in there when it's time to go to bed!

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Suki 'speaks' in groans when she gets up in the morning during her daily stretch routine. Its really funny - we groan back at her. Its like a whole conversation we have every morning.


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