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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    LoL @ BL

    Before I got my dog - my brother's kids would accompany me to the toilet - whether I needed their help or not. And now my dog does.
    Yep, my dogs don't know the meaning of the word privacy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    LoL @ BL

    Before I got my dog - my brother's kids would accompany me to the toilet - whether I needed their help or not. And now my dog does.
    Try having FOUR jostling for room in there with you.

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    lol, Oskar has to stick his nose into everything, instead of having two sets of eyes watching me eat dinner (kids usually scoff theirs or decide it's not up to their standard), I have three lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    LoL @ BL

    Before I got my dog - my brother's kids would accompany me to the toilet - whether I needed their help or not. And now my dog does.
    Haha Last night I was taking a shower and Ruby Laid right in front of the shower door the whole time till I got out. Its like they think you may visit the Loo and never return from the black hole!
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    Frosty's given up being with me when I have showers. She doesn't like the occasional surprise splash and I don't like being tongue dried.

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    When and If I do have children I will certainly leave them alone with the dog (once I got the green light from child and dog) I too was always with my dogs, I think it builds confidence with kids and their interaction with animals I also believe dogs know what they are doing if they bowl a kid over once and the kid crys I think the dog would know oops i think that was too hard...isnt it like when dogs play bite your fingers...they know not to do it hard? Or am I totally off track hahah.. either way I say yes to doggie entertainment without parentals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    Haha Last night I was taking a shower and Ruby Laid right in front of the shower door the whole time till I got out. Its like they think you may visit the Loo and never return from the black hole!
    My OH used to shower with Nala hahah its very cute.. I say used to because Nala and water are best friends..she would end up breaking the shower now I think.

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    i used to stay ay home or go out to the shops alone when i was like 7....in London! looking back on it my parents must have been crazy! but i did have a big old Shepherd to escort me to and from the shops haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misschief View Post
    When and If I do have children I will certainly leave them alone with the dog (once I got the green light from child and dog) I too was always with my dogs, I think it builds confidence with kids and their interaction with animals I also believe dogs know what they are doing if they bowl a kid over once and the kid crys I think the dog would know oops i think that was too hard...isnt it like when dogs play bite your fingers...they know not to do it hard? Or am I totally off track hahah.. either way I say yes to doggie entertainment without parentals
    What you have put here is good. But when you do have kids of your own you will more than likely rethink what you have put here.
    I know as a father and a grandfather now.
    Kids and grandkids do change the way you think about thing's like this.

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    I know with Ruby, she will play one way with my rommie (Rough) and other ways with the kids and I. When an adult comes in the house she will run at them and sometimes jump up in excitement when she knows them. She has NEVER done that with a child. Yes she has bumped a few over with her Big wiggly ass but never has she jumped up on a young kid ( Maybe when she was a puppy maybe)

    This is something that we havent really taught her, as it was never a problem to teach her. Its just something she has picked up on her own. They are very smart little cookies!
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