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does your dog have bad habits ?

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Eolabeo, Nov 16, 2007.


  1. Eolabeo

    Eolabeo Guest

    what bad habits do your dogs have that you would rather they did'nt ?

    mind dribble everywhere when we eat :eek:
    they also dribble bigtime after a drink of water, its really bad, i have even skidded on it lol.
     
  2. plumo72

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    Our staffie chews the house up if you leave her on her own and jumps up at guests which is really annoying
     
  3. dh.dti

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    :rolleyes::rolleyes:

    I think you need to spend more time on the naughty step!
    :p
     
  4. jeanie

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    We have to take ours everywhere we go they howl and chew everything, also they wake me in middle of night i take them out but they just want to play, never wake hubby though always me ,lol
     
  5. jeanie

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    Woops they also do all the other things said on here, my daughter wont come if she can help it cause they jump so much every time she get of a chair, i have tried all the things i have read but they dont stop.
     
  6. dh.dti

    dh.dti Guest

    your hubby is just well practiced at ignoring annoying noises!
    :p
     
  7. jeanie

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    That is so very true, lol also manages to sleep through paws jumping on him, very good actor i think . haha
     
  8. dh.dti

    dh.dti Guest

    lmao...
    :D
     
  9. jamat

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    Alfie snores but his worse habit is putting his front paws on the edge of the dining table when we eat and resting his chin on the edge. Giving big sad puppy dog eyes begging for food.

    Thankfully he stopped his constant barking at tea times when we sit down to eat...that was the one thing that drove me up the wall
     
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    Gwylim has the annoying habit of standing on my lap and shoving his wet beard into my face whilst I'm trying to watch the TV. And for such a small dog he don't half take up an enormous amount of room in bed!

    I just wish Georgina didn't feel the need to patrol the perimeter of the garden several times every evening to make absolutely sure we won't be murdered in our beds during the night. It's very conscientious of her but sometimes by the time she's finished doing her rounds, mum is suffering from sleep deprivation!
     
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    This thread is like 8 years old lol
     
  12. Rott lover

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    Oliver would go drink out of his water bowl and come find the first knee or leg or foot to wipe all over and if he couldnt find one he would wipe it on our blanket or the front of my couch
     
  13. SusieRainbow

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    Reena has a taste for cat poo. Unfortunately our old puss doesn't bury her offerings so if I don't get there first with a bag or the rake ..... It really turns my stomach !
     
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