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How does your dog beg?

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Bex190, Jul 30, 2009.


  1. Bex190

    Bex190 PetForums VIP

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    When I'm getting Otto's food ready or when he thinks our food smells good, he sits, twists his left front paw round 90 degrees so it points inwards and shakes his leg. I think he's trying to get a sympathy feed!
    Do your dogs have any unusual ways of begging?
     
  2. Nicky09

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    Buster will sit a few feet away giving you huge eyes, move a little closer and sit perfectly again, repeat several times until he can get his head on your knee for maximum begging effect. Sophie it took a while for us to stop her trying to steal food she just didn't bother with begging.
     
  3. Natik

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    maya begs by howling or resting her head on my lap or anywhere near the subject she desires lol

    Cobi doenst beg often, he just ramms his head in between ur legs if he wants cuddles and when pushed away he just slaps u with his paw lol :D
     
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    Mine aren't allowed to beg...but Sidney will sit in the corner of the room doing a Paddington Bear Stare until I give in!!!!!!!:rolleyes:
     
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    When I am preparing the dogs dinner (occasionally they get extra with their biscuits) Dave will sit as close to me as possible and when I put the fork in the sink he races to his bed to wait.

    Both dogs stay in their crate when we are eating as they just sit/lie and stare! Dave looks away if you stare back when you have food, Dixie positions herself so she can see your face and the food.

    x
     
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    mine wont beg but just sit there.

    he will drool till it hits the floor in one long dribble lol. wont move or blink until i tell him no or give in, i know i shouldn't but i cant help it sometimes.
     
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    Doing a full circle and then big pug puppy eyes.:D
     
  8. EmzieAngel

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    Bailey doesn't bother with his own food, he just watches you put it down.

    With our food, he sits there for a bit, whines a bit, sometimes barks once, just walks around trying to get to the food and sometimes rests his head on my lap while he uncontrollably drools, yuck lol.
    x
     
  9. Dylan & Daisy

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    Mine wraps his front paws around my leg Lol (no he isn't trying to hump me) gives me a leg hug and shows those puppy eyes i just cant resist :001_wub::001_wub:
     
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    Buster goes all out, sat square on his bum, front paws up head tilted!! Melts my heart, he has me twisted round his little paw!

    Oscar on the other hand doesnt beg, but demands, with a high pitched puppy yap!! (We WILL put a stop to that though!)
     
  11. Guinevere13

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    She puts her head on knee and stares pathetically. She cries if you refuse to give her anything :D
     
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