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i was in the living room and zero was sitting next to me, my bf was play fighting with sadie in the kitchen, so zero took off to join and all the sudden i hear a high pitch screaming! (from zero) now he is a bit of a cry baby so i diddnt jump up right away, my bf said he diddnt know what was wonrg and for m to come look at him. so i did, and right as i walk in the kitchen zero was on his side crying very loud saw me and half barked and came running to me and shut up, then started playing again.... this has happened twice now! my bf was likwe"whatever! i was here the whole time and he diddnt even care?"

i just thought, awwww he loves me.

but i do have a question, i know not to give atention when i come home cuz he cries alot and has a high anxiety problem. but even when hes calmed down and i pet him while we are sitting he will start to whimper and lok at me and rock a little lik ehe doesnt know what to do.. anyone else get this??
 

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Awww he loves his Momma! LOL! I haven't had the rocking and whimpering but Wolfie will cry and run back and forth in front of us when we come home. He is also a BIG baby when he thinks he's hurt. If he just stubs his toe, he starts screaming like someone was killing him and then he limps over to us with the paw up to be rubbed. As soon as we rub it, he's all better like nothing happened. LMAO! My vet said that, in her experience, of all the dog breeds, GSD's are the biggest babies, and love to overact.
 

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thats what the petsmart trainer said! she warned me not to indulge him too much because all GSD she has had are drama queens!
 

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wow..I never knew that these GSD puppies are such drama queens. My 8 week old puppy so far has shown no such signs. Infact he seems to be the reverse. The other day he was playing soccer with my 6 year old who by accident kicked the puppy while kicking the ball. The little champ yelped as I ran out...rolled over and continued chasing the soccer ball with my son like nothing happened !!
 

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wow..I never knew that these GSD puppies are such drama queens. My 8 week old puppy so far has shown no such signs. Infact he seems to be the reverse. The other day he was playing soccer with my 6 year old who by accident kicked the puppy while kicking the ball. The little champ yelped as I ran out...rolled over and continued chasing the soccer ball with my son like nothing happened !!
Yours might not be, but he may just be too young yet to realize the benefits of acting. LMAO! No matter where Wolfie gets hurt, he runs to us to make it better. The other night , he hit his butt on the edge of the coffee table as he ran by. He came running to me crying and limping, then presented his butt to me to be rubbed. He wanted Mommy to make it all better. LOL! He is 10 months old now so it looks hilarious when he does this.
 

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What worries me about Hondo is he seems to have a high pain tolerance. The only way I know he is upset or hurting is when his ears droop.

Hondo will 'talk' to me when he is excited...or if I'm not fixing his meals fast enough...or when I won't let him chase the cat....or if he thinks I've made him 'wait' too long.....he takes after the hubby...
 

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my lab has a very high pain tolerance, and zero has none, so when they play i alwasy hear him whimpering.
 

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Awww he loves his Momma! LOL! I haven't had the rocking and whimpering but Wolfie will cry and run back and forth in front of us when we come home. He is also a BIG baby when he thinks he's hurt. If he just stubs his toe, he starts screaming like someone was killing him and then he limps over to us with the paw up to be rubbed. As soon as we rub it, he's all better like nothing happened. LMAO! My vet said that, in her experience, of all the dog breeds, GSD's are the biggest babies, and love to overact.
Wolfie is such a character, I love your stories! :D
 

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Hmmm, I thought it was just Jackie until I read this. Dakota isn't much of a drama queen at all, but Jackie is a huge drama queen and crybaby. If she gets hurt just a tiny bit while playing etc., she will cry and whine so incredibly loud you would think she was being murdered! Lol!!
 
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