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Thread: Dogs Who Use Their Front Paws a Lot= Intelligent?

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    Default Dogs Who Use Their Front Paws a Lot= Intelligent?

    I was told by this trainer a long time ago...(back when I had Jess in obedience trials)..that dogs who use their front paws a lot..is a sign of intelligence..is this true?

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    That's interesting ! not sure if it's true... Lola does it all the time and she's pretty smart.Does Candy do it too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdalena View Post
    Does Candy do it too?
    She does!!!

    She sits in the front passenger seat when I am driving and she puts her paw on my shoulder like she's my ummmm girlfriend..LOL

    She uses her paw to tip over the dirty clothes basket then she digs out the clothes so she can lay on them

    Every morning and night at her brekky and dinner time she puts her paw in her dish that makes a huge noise..to let me know she's hungry.

    When I'm in bed or sitting down watching tv and she wants attention...she paws me!

    When she plays with either Falcon or our indoor cat Matilda...she paws at them to say...play with me..hehe

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    Bless little Big! Candy!!

    She always makes me laugh and feel happy!! And of course her Mum too

    Nic

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    Uh dogs use paws - without paws they're just a nose lol.

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    Well, Falcon doesn't use his paws...only his nose!
    Mum's dog also never used his paws..only his nose...same with many other dogs.

    Hmm, maybe I'm just plain gullable
    Last edited by ozeymum; 04-21-2009 at 05:10 PM.

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    HE, HE. Candy and Lola are so alike...Lola she paws whenever she wants attention, and she does the paw on the shoulder thing too...she's done it in the car as well. She also paws misi on her back when she wants to play - usually with a toy in her mouth.
    Misi doesn't. She nudges with her nose or does her special squeely attention bark.
    Nothing gullable about it ! (Some people just can't help themselves...)

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    EEEK! I have 3 big scratches down the side of my face.....Candy was just staring at me while I was being lazy on the lounge eating chips (hehe)...and she pawed me..."give me chips mum..you rude woman...eating infront of me"...LOL (no..she didn't get MY chips either )
    Now I look like I was in a cat fight and I have to go up to the school admin shortly!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdalena View Post
    HE, HE. Candy and Lola are so alike..
    They are!!!
    I'll have to get a pic of Candy asleep on her back...paws in the air looking sooo unlady like...

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    Oscar uses his paws a lot, especially when he is dancing (still trying to get footage of this!) He paws at the other two dogs when he is bored and wants to play as well. Saxon paws at his bowl when he is hungry. And Axle will wrap his whole front leg around my arm when we are sitting down together. He is such a little sweetheart
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