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do I own the dimmest dog in the world

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Blitz, Feb 8, 2019.


  1. Blitz

    Blitz PetForums VIP

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    Candy was in the kitchen yapping away at something so I went through to have a look and she had put one of her soft toys into her food bowl that had kibble in and was barking at it to move. I picked it out for her and she started eating. Can anyone beat that.
     
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  2. Jamesgoeswalkies

    Jamesgoeswalkies PetForums VIP

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    I love it :D

    J
     
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  3. Rott lover

    Rott lover once you go black and tan you never come back

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    I don't know if I can top it but I think this might match it lol

    Oliver had a free feed bin and when it had just a few mouthfuls left he would take the kibble and drop it in the middle of the floor and whine at us he was out of food. As soon as we filled it he would go and eat what he piled on the floor.
     
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    Bless her, she was asking you to move it,:D
     
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  5. DaisyBluebell

    DaisyBluebell Earth, the insane asylum of the Universe

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    How are you saying they are dim!
    Both pretty clever that they got their owners to do exactly what they wanted them to methinks
     
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  6. O2.0

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    Oh Candy! That gave me a good laugh! :D
     
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    Haha oh Candy that is funny!

    Teddy wasn’t watching where he was going and ran straight into the canal today..... not his brightest moment!!
     
  8. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

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    Mmm, who's the dim one here? :p
     
  9. Boxer123

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    Ah bless who said poodles were clever :)

    Loki tells off his own poo, Sox sometimes just forgets how to walk on the kitchen floor.

    Each night they are both tormented by dogs that look exactly like them just outside the window.
     
  10. Blitz

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    that is brilliant
     
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  11. Jason25

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    I have no idea why but my dog won't walk through a door that's partly open unless the gap is big enough for her to walk through lol
     
  12. Rott lover

    Rott lover once you go black and tan you never come back

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    I think this might win the prize
     
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    For your entertainment....

     
  14. Rott lover

    Rott lover once you go black and tan you never come back

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    OMG that was funny
     
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    OMG that's brilliant.
     
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    :Hilarious:Hilarious
     
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    Blitz, I have had a totally crap day and this thread has just made it better thank you. I think Candy is a genius human trainer.


    My Entry although I suspect this is won by superior entries!

    Last Saturday my husband went and made himself some toast whilst I had an extra snooze. I was woken by Pickle whinging and crying to go out. She had stolen my husband's slice of toast and as she wasn't hungry she had come upstairs to tell me she needed to take her ill-gotten gains outside and bury the evidence.

    So my dog is so stupid she commits terrible crimes then blatantly confesses
     
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  18. Linda Weasel

    Linda Weasel PetForums Senior

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    My Spaniel used to do similar.
    She would steal things and hide them under ‘her’ bush in the garden.
    When I went near it she would rush to get there first and would sit in front of the stash bush with the ‘nothing to see here, step away’ face.
     
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    I think this might be a widespread issue but my Jay is 13 and still amazed/terrified by his own farts!
     
  20. Bugsys grandma

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    Our 4 year old mastiff Elsie, won't step over, or around a cotton bud if there's one on the floor. She was upstairs in the bedroom doorway, barking like a mad thing, when I went to see what was up with her there was a cotton bud on the floor, as soon as I moved it she was happy to come out of the door! :confused:

    It's a good way to keep her at one end of a room! :)
     
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