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    Last night our 6 year old decided that in order to stop Gigha stealing clothes pegs and chewing them, she would put one on her nose. Needless to say this was rectified very quickly.

    But it got me thinking. What sorts of things have your kids done with/to your dogs?

    Several times our GSD got themselves painted wonderful colours. 'Apparently' they went too close to the easel.

    Our cross breed rescue dog also got herself painted, dressed up and used as a seat in the sand pit.

    The pic os of my youngest daughter on my freinds boxer....

    What about yours?
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    very cute. No children but similar to your daughter I would ride our GSD. My first ever dog Black Joe....bless him....had to put up with wearing nappy...
    I love cooking but I love eating even more.

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    If there's ever a fight between my girls over who is going to be the Mum/Dr/Vet etc its quickly solved my Kimba becoming the baby/patient etc..lol
    The girls have never really been nasty to her & know when to leave her alone, having such a big dog around them I have had to teach them that nothing nasty will be tolerated.












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    Gorgeous Photo's Sharoo!

    When Ruby was a Pup my daughter put her in one of those toy bins aand put all her stuffed toys on top of her and dragged it around. Then when mummy asked where Ruby went my 2 year old princess forgot.

    30 mins of frantic searching and crying we finally found a little shaken pup at the bottom of the bin!!
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    When i was about 12 I played vet with Tessa and put her in my walk in robe for some reason. Mum called me for tea and I forgot. She sat there quiet all night and the next day. I was out searching the streets calling the pound ect. I remembered that night and there she was with a poo and wee next to her just sitting looking at me. I felt horrible but I think she actually enjoyed the piece and quiet.
    She had done it once since ( climbed into a cupboard and someone shut it without realizing. She didn't care just sat there. )

    I must have been a teed of a kid.

    Oh lol. I used to bottle feed my cats milk till they were so bloated. Mum would yell at me cos it would make them sick but I used to treat them like babies

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    LMAO @ the Tessa story that is halarious but I am sure was actually very upsetting for you at the time considering you were out looking for her.

    Love the pics Sharoo!

    LOL @ Your daughter Bulldog!

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    Awesome pics!!! I have one of the 6 year old as a two yr old using the rescue dog as a seat int eh sand pit but when I went to post it I realised she had no pants on and little butt cheeks were on show. Quite cute not really for internet sharing.

    I love the tea parties!!! Also I love the look of resignation on the dogs face!
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    I sometimes feel sorry for Kimba but have to remember that 50% of the time she is the one that actively seeks the kids out.
    She really doesn't care what they do to her as long as she is getting attention..lol

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    Yeah Kimba, Our rescue dog, Bessie was like that. Look at you and say 'why me' but then go back for more. The shepherds would hide and Gigha is too full of beans yet to settle down for play.

    Our elderly neighbour lost her corgi cross (oh yes she was a looker) once. We were up and down the street hollering and she was crying and everyone was getting most upset and then we retraced her steps and abracadabra Lily the corgi trotted out of the garden shed like nothing had happened!

    That also happened to us and our GSD Xena, she snuck in the shed and we closed it behind us. When she didnt come at dinner another search found her curled up quite the thing.

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