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    Back in Ireland, I used to walk my dog, Chico in the park across the road. There was a guy doing exercises in the middle of the park, had left his jacket lying on the ground. Usually, Chico had perfect recall, but this time, he ran to the man, said hello then peed all over his jacket!!
    The guy was lovely about it, I apologised, he just laughed it off

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    Another one:

    I was at an enclosed sporting oval. A few dogs around. I had recently taught Luke to put rubbish in the bin (in a box I had) so he was all up for finding rubbish and putting it in the box to get rewarded. He also has a fettish for PET bottles

    So two guys turned up and started doing laps. They left their gear including water bottles on the side of the oval and started running. Luke bolted over and grabbed a drink bottle then started bouncing around with it in his mouth. He then ran over to his bin and dumped it in.

    Another day Luke stole two disposable coffee cups from the ground near two ladies and a child because he thought they were rubbish. One of them still had coffee in it. I apologized and they laughed it off. They just thought it was cool that he could take their rubbish for them

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    Travelling back from a weekend away dog show with 2 Kelpies on the back seat, both had eaten lots of liver treats over the weekend and were not on their usual diet and the car was ripe.

    It was a freezing winter night and I kept rolling the window down letter out the dog fart smell but could only last a few minutes it was so cold.

    I was then pulled over with some other cars for a breath testing. When I stopped I rolled down the window and started waving my arms around to get the smell out. I think the policeman thought I was trying to get the smell of some illegal substance out of the car and was very embarrassed to tell him, no, just rotten dog flatulents (when I was in my twenties I had a hang up about saying fart, don't ask me why), the young copper asked "what!", while the older one almost wet himself laughing.

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    My last blue heeler, Shadow was an inside/outside dog. He never had to be contained but he did have access to the farm tip.
    I went to the airport to pick up someone who was going to stay a while.
    I came back to a pre loved sanitary pad in pieces on the front lawn.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    My last blue heeler, Shadow was an inside/outside dog. He never had to be contained but he did have access to the farm tip.
    I went to the airport to pick up someone who was going to stay a while.
    I came back to a pre loved sanitary pad in pieces on the front lawn.
    I've also had a similar experience with pre-loved items such as those I have to wonder now, which is more embarrassing

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    When we had our last litter of Husky Pups about 7 months ago, we had a mum and her 2 kids come through to look at the pups, They were lovely people the mum loved Huskies and had owned them previously and grown up with them and was in love with the breed. Well Brooklyn must of taken a liking to the family or something i still haven't worked out what to call it, as he decided to collect all the dirty items he could find (used tissues, dirty underwear and stinky socks from the laundry, chewn up and slobbery toys) and stick them in their faces until they grabbed them out of his mouth and he would go and get more. The mum was not impressed and giving us very unimpressed looks. We never heard from them again. Not sure what angle brooklyn was trying to work but if he was trying to get rid of them he succeeded.

    It is not incredibly embarrassing looking back, but at the time when we were selling the pups it was.

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