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Bess has got the real devil in her tonight. Don't know why! At training class they told me to just ignore her when she's jumping up as she's just attention seeking. So when she was jumping and pawing at me I did my utmost to ignore her.

But she knows how to live dangerously. She climbed on me, reached over, stuck her tongue in my glass of wine and started lapping!

That dog sure knows how to live dangerously!!:incazzato:

(PS. I still drank the wine though!)
 

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:yikes: :lol: :lol:
My Kiara always tries to nick my Baileys :thumbdown: She even picked up the bottle and ran off with it once - luckily the lid was on so she didn't get any :lol:
 

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I remember years ago before I got married (so I mean years ago) we had a JR, well New Years Eve my Dad got himself a whiskey and put the full glass on the floor by his chair and the dog drank the complete glass of whiskey. "Boy" was she drunk she could hardly walk and just went off to bed the next morning she really looked like she had a hang-over poor baby.
 

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Bess has got the real devil in her tonight. Don't know why! At training class they told me to just ignore her when she's jumping up as she's just attention seeking. So when she was jumping and pawing at me I did my utmost to ignore her. But she knows how to live dangerously. She climbed on me, reached over, stuck her tongue in my glass of wine and started lapping! That dog sure knows how to live dangerously!!:incazzato: (PS. I still drank the wine though!)
Beauty but no brains then :D :D
 
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