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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    So, from that comment I take it you are feeling really happy about changing to a completely raw food diet? Have been meaning to ask!
    They LOVE their food...and hardly any poops either...hurray!

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    So happy for you. The smaller limited poops instead of those field-mines is much better!

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    Let me see; we have the pogo stick at the kitchen window Whippet.

    We have the grunting talking setter.

    We have the one that will stare at you as though they haven't eaten in months.

    and most annoying we have the one that makes a mad dash to the garage where I prepare the food every time you so much as move a muscle.

    On occasion they have had to wait until 10pm to be fed because one or the other is giving me the hurry up which I detest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mouseandchicken View Post
    Let me see; we have the pogo stick at the kitchen window Whippet.

    We have the grunting talking setter.

    We have the one that will stare at you as though they haven't eaten in months.

    and most annoying we have the one that makes a mad dash to the garage where I prepare the food every time you so much as move a muscle.

    On occasion they have had to wait until 10pm to be fed because one or the other is giving me the hurry up which I detest.
    They all sound hilarious with their antics MAC, but the pogo stick at the winodw just cracks me up!

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    Yeah, the thing is the window is open, from the bottom out, and we don't have a fly screen in that window, so it's like "hello". Fortunately he is very graceful and doesn't hit his head on the window, unlike poor Gemma who though she'd give it a go and bashed her head.

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    well gyps has just worked out that eating is a good thing and she wont get bashed if she eats from a bowl =/ she never asks to be fed but when you say dinner time her ears prick up and the tail starts to wag. so i make her dinner and as i walk to the door with it she does pepe la piew (sp?) jumps with all 4 paws off the ground to try and see whats in the bowl. then she opens the back door (she can open any type of door) and sits quivering with excitment. when shes finished she comes back in and over to me whines paws and then goes back out because she wants me to tell her how good she is for eating everything up ( for the last six months ive had to sit right next to her while she eats telling her what a good dog she is, and getting really excited when she finished just so she'd eat!)..

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    How cute!

    Ziggy hangs around the kitchen, and rolling over and showing her belly a lot. Please mummy I'm being good, feed me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laura77 View Post
    well gyps has just worked out that eating is a good thing and she wont get bashed if she eats from a bowl =/ she never asks to be fed but when you say dinner time her ears prick up and the tail starts to wag. so i make her dinner and as i walk to the door with it she does pepe la piew (sp?) jumps with all 4 paws off the ground to try and see whats in the bowl. then she opens the back door (she can open any type of door) and sits quivering with excitment. when shes finished she comes back in and over to me whines paws and then goes back out because she wants me to tell her how good she is for eating everything up ( for the last six months ive had to sit right next to her while she eats telling her what a good dog she is, and getting really excited when she finished just so she'd eat!)..
    Sounds like Gyps is doing well Laura! She is realising that not all ppl are like the effwit who had her before you. :/
    As I said, it is an nice feeling to see your dog with a full and contented stomach.

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