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    Default Your Dogs 'scratchy spot'.

    That spot where they shake their leg
    I was convinced neither of my dogs had a scratchy spot. But I found Roly's last night and am on the hunt for Lady's.
    Roly's is a long the spine and too the right a little. Especially near the dock of his tail.

    Im interested too see where everyone else's is
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    Ruby doesn't have one, but Sumo's is on the left side of his body...on the last ribs

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    I haven't been able to find one on Mulliah, but when I rub behind her ear she pushes her whole head and body back towards me so hard with her eyes glazed over until she just crumples in a heap - cracks me up every time. Then she sits up and backs toward me pushing her head back into my hand to do it again......

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    LOL. I wonder if their scratchy spot is like the human equivelent too...


    ...actually, thats much too rude for a public forum.
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    human bean

    I hope her ears are ok. Have you had a look and a sniff?

    My dog likes a scratch behind the ears but she doesn't have quite the same reaction. She does kind of sit into a back of the back legs rub though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by human bean View Post
    I haven't been able to find one on Mulliah, but when I rub behind her ear she pushes her whole head and body back towards me so hard with her eyes glazed over until she just crumples in a heap - cracks me up every time. Then she sits up and backs toward me pushing her head back into my hand to do it again......
    Kimba is the same, no scratchy spot but is in another world when I rub her ears...lol

    Buddy has them everywhere!!

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    I haven't found a scrachy spot on either of my two but Griffen does have a spot under his chin to the right a little that if rubbed will make him push his head into your hand untill it;s almost to the floor

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    LOL. I wonder if their scratchy spot is like the human equivelent too...
    ...I think it is the equivalent of our ticklish spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    human bean

    I hope her ears are ok. Have you had a look and a sniff?

    My dog likes a scratch behind the ears but she doesn't have quite the same reaction. She does kind of sit into a back of the back legs rub though.
    Thanks for asking Hyacinth but yep her ears are fine - all clear and no smells. She just loves having the spot just behind her ears rubbed....maybe I didn't explain it very well!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by human bean View Post
    Thanks for asking Hyacinth but yep her ears are fine - all clear and no smells. She just loves having the spot just behind her ears rubbed....maybe I didn't explain it very well!!
    Don't they all love that!!!

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