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    Ziggy will growl when people come up the stairs... until she sees them and recognises them, then she will roll over and attempt to lick them into submission.

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    Have you ever woken up from a good sleep and not quite known where you were, especially if you weren't at home?

    I think this happens to dogs a lot.

    Long time ago, my house mate's dog used to sleep on the pedals of the car. If either of us needed to take the car anywhere, we knocked on the window to wake him up before we opened the door.

    He always woke up barking his head off. Like bark/bite first ask questions later. And then he'd look to see who it was and look like "Oh it's you, ok, you can get in". He was an ACD.

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    Hy's post reminded me of coming home from a dog show. Black Kelpie asleep on the back seat and we get pulled up for a breath test. Hubby only puts the window down a crack and says dog asleep on the back seat (she was my motor mouth Kelpie).

    The officer sends us down to a younger officer further along, young upstart officer demands husband wind the window down fully, officer puts the breath testing machine to hubby's lips, dog wakes up, barking and as hubby looks in the rear view mirror the older officer is laughing his head off.

    Sorry story just sprung to mind.

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    not a stupid story at all thanks for sharing =)
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    Same ACD as previous story. I've been pulled over for speeding, he's on the back seat fixing to kill the officer who wants to inspect my drivers licence and etc. So I have to tie the dog up and get out of the car to receive my speeding ticket. Not sure what we could have done if I'd had nothing to tie him up with.

    And my car was so filthy, the officer couldnt tell what colour it was supposed to be. I was on the way to the farm at the time.

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    lol hy, the poor officer.

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