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Wolfie's toybox is down in the basement. During the day, he will either go down and play with his toys, or bring one up to play with us. A few minutes ago, he went downstairs to get a toy. I hear a very loud scraping noise. It sounded like a chair scraping on the floor. Then I hear a clunking near the stairs and a metallic noise. I ran downstairs, and I find Wolfie at the bottom of the stairs trying to carry my son's 50 lb metal dumb bell upstairs to play with! I can't carry that thing back to it's place by myself without straining something. I'm going to scold my son ,when he gets home, for leaving his weight at the bottom of the stairs for me to trip on, and see what he says. LOL!
 

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I love how Wolfie totally planned to move the dumbbell and get your son in trouble!! Sneaky german shepherds.
Wolfie is too funny.
 

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:rofl: Wolfie is a great boy, thanks for making my day! Max has picked up some 5 lb dumb bells we are around here. Seems our dogs need to go to the gym :D
 

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A Wolfie workout!!!! Time for a treadmill and photo's of him wearing a sweatband :rofl:
 

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A Wolfie workout!!!! Time for a treadmill and photo's of him wearing a sweatband :rofl:
LOL! I had the same thought! I tried him on the treadmill this morning, and he won't stay on it. I went on my son's skating machine ( my son is a hockey player) and Wolfie started attacking the machine like he does to the vacuum cleaner. LOL
 

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haha strong boy huh!
He's strong. I don't know if he could actually lift it. He dragged it over and was trying to lift in onto the stairs.
 

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Tell your son next time to give Wolfie that belly rub he wanted. Or he'll get set up again! lol
 
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