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What drives your dog wild?

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by rona, Jul 14, 2009.


  1. rona

    rona Guest

    Alfie goes silly with cats
    Muddy get over excited with pheasant or water
     
  2. Patterdale_lover

    Patterdale_lover PetForums VIP

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    Lure...Bess loves to chase it and bark and growl then play tug of war, typical terrier
    Tennis balls for chester!
    Al the other dogs go wild when they are being loaded in the truck, cos they know its hunting time :p
     
  3. noushka05

    noushka05 Unicorn denier. Snowflake. Activist ;)

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    when next door let their rabbit out they go beserk!!:eek:
     
  4. Luvdogs

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    Archie ....Rabbits or anything that moves :D
    the labs.. food and water
     
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    Fellow dog owners English Pointers :eek: they're all bitches and Arnie (9 mths) tries to hump the lot of them whether they're in season or not.
    Best of it is he doesnt try this with his other girlfriends and they hav'nt been spayed :confused:. Sue asked me today if he's like this with other bitches and I had to confess he's not.
    Had to carry the little ....... off the field today he was going nuts, but then one of the bitches is in season (kept on lead)
     
  6. Badger's Mum

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    Me when i come home:D
     
  7. Patterdale_lover

    Patterdale_lover PetForums VIP

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    Good point same with mine!
     
  8. rona

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    I hardly ever come home to mine, he's always with me ;)
     
  9. Badger's Mum

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    So are mine changed my mind one day off sick and the boss has the hump:confused:.
     
  10. EmzieAngel

    EmzieAngel PetForums VIP

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    Bailey goes mental when a cat comes near the garden.
    He also goes mad with water, he loves it, he tries to get in the bath or shower with you if you've accidentally left the bathroom door open.
     
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    asken PetForums Newbie

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    My sneackers, My dogs know will be "walking time":wink5:
     
  12. ems1910

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    Definately the cats who live over our back fence, we live on a naval estate so its chicken wire fencing and we can see right into the other gardens. The cats lay right by the fence watching him and when he goes to them they just roll about taunting him.
     
  13. basi

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    Cats, rabbits or anything small and furry that runs!!
     
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