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    Default Games you regret playing

    My daughter's favourite game to play with Banjo is to hide under the doona and then the dog 'digs' her out. It makes me laugh too. But tonight at bedtime my daughter tried to get under the doona 5 times and each time Banjo would grab the edge of the doona and pull it back. It was hard not to laugh, but eventually I had to sternly tell her to stop.

    What games or behaviours have you regretted encouraging?

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    i dont regret this but it has swung to an extreme i didn't really expect - I encouraged Nash to carry his favourite squeaky toy into the lounge room or back into the family room, so i wouldn't have to pick it up and get slobber all over my hands. Worked a treat. Now he carries it all over the house, room to room, squeaking it constantly as he runs around. Sometimes it really cute.... other times when I come home late, with a headache and I'm trying to decompress, it does my head in!

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    My boyfriend tells Oskar "get her boy" and he used to nibble me gently but as he gets older, it farkin hurts!!! I get up my boyfriend more than I do Oskar!

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    teaching molly high fives then rewarding her with food. now if we are eating something she wants, she will throw high fives our way constantly until we give her what we have. Bloody annoying! also teaching her to jump up for hugs, first thing that happens when i walk through the door after finishing work is a flying dog into my arms lol

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    I've got the hi five and hugs problem too! Lol

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Lol cute when the first couple of times they do it, now i wished i didn't encourage it! Now when we have visitors over they're like - whats your dog upto LOL. Though she doesn't annoy them, she annoys us they find it very entertaining!

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    Banjo tried the 'shake' to get our food after we taught her but I am very consistent in never giving her food off our plate (or packet), so she gave up after a couple of tries. I cannot stand dogs begging when I'm eating and I will growl at my dog if she does as much as look at my food.

    I told my daughter that she can still play the game with the dog but only if she adds a cue.

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    Mojo does the constant shaking now to. Bloody annoying especially when your sitting on the ground and you dont even see it coming.....like a fist to the face with a dose of dog claw....lovely.LOL.

    My regret is a bit diffrent and it involed my ex's dog....a young male Doberman and a stupid bloddy weiji board.
    We would get hammered and do sayonces with a group of mates and freak ourselves out.....each blaming each other for moving the glass.
    But one day i proved to myself if couldnt have been...but anyway i scared my self stupid and ever since that night the dog wouldnt walk back in the berdroom. It was totally spooked about it and it freaked me out even more cause it went on for the next year atleast. Weird huh...


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    This one involves a poddy lamb.
    One son thought it was so cute to play gentle head butts with it.

    He didn't think it was so cute a few years later when he tried it when the sheep was fully grown. He got knocked arse over head. Compassionate mummy just laughed her guts out.

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    loving these stories

    Mine would probably be playing "monsters in the bed" with mine where you wiggle your fingers under the blanket and they bite them... Not a good idea when you sleep with the dogs in your bed

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