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    What are some funny, unusual or just plain weird things any of your animals do?
    Romeo will pick up his feed bucket shake it around at me at feed times, then when I clap my hands together and say "Pass!" he will throw it to me. We've got our feeding routine down pat lol.
    Scotty, our little tabby, will lie on the food bowl, elbows sticking out, and just eat and eat and eat lol. When he cant get aymore food cos hes lying on it he will wiggle is little butt backwards and keep on eating.
    Kosmo, Mums horse will flick his tail when hes understands what you are asking him, and he will make funny faces at you when he doesn't get what you want, and he will snort and shake his head like a lunatic when he wants food, all the while tapping his foot and nickering at you.
    Bella will play fight with Scotty, and will sit on him when shes losing and then hes just lying there, pinned under her butt.

    What about your animals?

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    my dog Roxy, was funny the other day. She was sleeping in the house and then We heard her bark and whine and paws move like she was running. She was dead asleep. She must have been dreaming.

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    Gosh the list would go on forever.

    But one that always makes me laugh is when you talk to Gemma and she tilts her head and wiggles her tan eyebrows as though she is taking in every word you are saying, often backed up by grunts and nudges.

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    Frosty howls like a frustrated beagle when her toy goes under the sofa or another dog at the park won't play with her.

    And then there's the tunnel rider episode. After 7 tunnels and 11 to go - she decided going in and through the tunnel was boring. And now there's photos on the web of me cracking up and her riding the tunnel like a kelpie rides sheep.

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    Marnie drops the ball into hard to reach places - outside it's under the pallet the kennel sits on, inside it's the coffee table, at OH's house it's under the piano (she has 4 or 5 under there at the moment) Then she scrabbles at the floor trying to get it back. If you get it out for her, it's less than a minute before it's back under again.

    She also jumps up straight in the air and kicks her feet out, especially if she's at the end of a lead or behind a gate

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    Prada picks up 2 or 3 toys at once.
    She will have the first toy in her mouth, then you watch her position herself over top of the other toy and try to wedge it into her mouth like some kind of fluffy snake unhinging its jaws.

    She HAS to greet you at the door with a toy, if she doesn't have one when you get home she frantically searches for one to have in her mouth before she greets you.

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    Lex likes to sit on your foot.. mroe so my OH's foot than mine..

    And i think theres somethign wrong with his ABS brakes, he still hasnt worked out how to slow down, and it can be quite scary when he's coming at full sprint towards you.

    And one that always impresses the vistor's is the good ol' head to the crutch trick, brang me to my knees a few times..

    And those eyes, so full of character. Has me in stiches everytime..

    Oh yeah and his tail, wow that thing can cause some damage, it's knocked the inside bin for six a few times..
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    Bailey cracks me up when she does zoomies....she will run full pelt and jump and do mid air kicky things and the whole time she will be doing her funny 'Im happy' growl

    My mum calls Bails 'The Takeover Queen' because as she is a very dominant dog and Sam isn't, the only way to REALLY get his attention is to.......run around the house collecting ALL of the toys (including the treat balls-2 of them) in the house and from outside and put them all into a pile. Pick out her favourite one, chew on it and lay smack bang on top of the others so Sammy can't get them. LOL.

    It is quite funny watching her try to lay on top of 2 kongs, 2 tugs ropes, 2 nylabones, 2 treat balls, a kong ball and approx 15 or so tennis balls!

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    James is a cheater We've developed the habit of racing up the driveway after he's been toiletted in the frontyard - he'll take his leash in his mouth and I'll flick the rest over his back so he doesn't trip as he runs.

    If I start too early or too fast for his liking, he'll stop dead halfway down the driveway. If I start walking back down to him, he'll suddenly take off and beat me into the garage Cheeky devil.

    He also always amazes me with his intelligence - he's learnt to apply the phrase "Are you ready?" (which apparently I must say a lot!) to a variety of situations. If he's close by, it causes him to freeze and wait for me to move as he knows I'm about to race him somewhere. If it's in the context of a Fetch session, he'll face (or start running in) the usual throwing direction. And if he's far away, he'll freeze and let me rile him up by saying it a few more times. Then, the second I say "go" (or even twitch, for that matter), he'll come barrelling towards me.

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    That's funny Niques. I say "are you ready" a lot too and and "where's your ball".

    My husband say "right then" a lot, normally combined with the closing of his lap top which makes a click, this has become the signal for bedtime.

    We're all such creatures of habit.

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