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Old 03.03.2011, 12:53
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Re: That D*mn Dog & Other Pet Frustrations

My dog steals food all the time. Leave the kitchen door open for one minute - whoosh he goes in and out and your food is gone with him.
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Old 03.03.2011, 13:47
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Re: That D*mn Dog & Other Pet Frustrations

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My dog steals food all the time. Leave the kitchen door open for one minute - whoosh he goes in and out and your food is gone with him.
My toddler does that too!
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Old 03.03.2011, 14:06
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Re: That D*mn Dog & Other Pet Frustrations

Our cats have a new hobby. Every time one of them comes in (we have a cat-flap), you can hear loud meowing. First time I ran to see if there was something wrong with the poor thing. But no, it's just to inform the dogs that the cats want some attention. The dogs, well-trained as they are, will of course show up as requested, so the cats can rub against them. Especially useful if it's raining outside. Something like this:
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Re: That D*mn Dog & Other Pet Frustrations

rolled in a nice pile of puke this yesterday morning . He had an accident on the bed..... .
SO the MIsses decided no more dogs on the bed, while I agree he cried and moaned the whole night at the door ughhhhh so tired
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Old 03.03.2011, 14:24
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Re: That D*mn Dog & Other Pet Frustrations

How do you tell if your wife appreciates you?
Lock your dog and your wife in the boot of your car for an hour, when you let them out, see which one is pleased to see you.....
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