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    Rex and Molly are the same. That girl is an actress - i swear she must say to Rex 'Mum's here, get your straight face on' but he can't do it. Even if he's done nothing, when he knows something is not right & he could potentially get in trouble for it, he does this slinking action with his ears pinned back, eyes fixated on me at all times. Molly on the other hand can act just as lively as ever giving away nothing. Eventually it's Rex that will give them away lol. Unless it's something big - like landscaping my backyard then she will give me the 'look' because she knows there is absolutely no way in hell she can get away with something like that unless i was blind!

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    Thought I would share a pic of Pippis "look".

    She is only young here, maybe 4 or 5 months old. And as you can see, has ripped a wee plant out of its pot (not sure where that is in the picture) and tipped the dirt everwhere. She is looking at the OH with her "I dont care what you say" look


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    Or there is this one...about 8 months old. Got caught with her nose in the bird cage!!



    Cheeky wee tart

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    What a little sweetheart, in the first pic i think that looks says "yeahh, and what do you think your gunna do about it"
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    One of my favourite moments was coming home to six dogs who all tried to look "normal". No one greeted me like they normally would. They were all trying to look way too casual - like nothing was going on. If they were humans they would have been looking into the sky and whistling a tune.

    What did I find - the pantry door open and a 8 kg bag of dog biscuits pulled out of the cupboard, ripped open and very, very close to empty. Then my own dog (who at a guess was probably the instigator) did a burp!

    LMAO.

    Needless to say there was alot of water consumed the rest of the day. Lucky for me and the dogs no one got sick. And the next few days there was definitely a bad gas problem in the house and it was not from the humans!

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    cavqld...thats one word for her "sweetheart" LOL. Nah she is...mostly.

    LMAO ratbag, thats hilarious!

    Pippi can open the dog food cupboard, and I caught her once with her head in the biscuit bag eating them. I said "Pippi!!", and she just looked at me like "what? I was hungry".

    Barney never does anything he is not meant to. He can be annoying because he is clingy, but he NEVER does anything he has been told once he isnt meant to. And he only has to be told once.

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    Well, no one has worked out how to open the pantry door yet (and hopefully they wont!) but I must admit I do laugh when a dog casually wanders out of the kitchen into the lounge room with a loaf of bread still in the plastic bag hanging out of their mouth! No gluten intolerance in this house. They do it without any guilt or expectation that they will get in trouble. And actually they don't get in trouble the person who left the pantry door does though. I absolutely adore those funny moments.

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    LOL yea I like the funny moments too, and dogs are such characters that you always have heaps to draw on.

    One of my fave memories, which still cracks me up is to do with our old dog Lennox.

    We wer ehaving Pizza for tea, many many years ago, and the OH was holding his slice of pizza kinda with his arm resting on the arm of the couch, so the pizza was kinda hanging over the side. Lennox walked in from another room and as he went past the couch, he just took the piece of pizza out of OHs hands and ate it LMAO.

    Shit I almost wet myself. And OH sooo wanted to be angry but was too busy laughing.

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    My favourite 'caught in the act' moment was one night I had just made dinner and put it on the table and the power went out... it was out for a few minutes and as soon as the lights came back on we spotted Meika in the lounge room with half a shepherds pie hanging out of her mouth. She froze like a deer in the headlights! I was laughing too hard to get mad at her!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristy.Maree View Post
    My favourite 'caught in the act' moment was one night I had just made dinner and put it on the table and the power went out... it was out for a few minutes and as soon as the lights came back on we spotted Meika in the lounge room with half a shepherds pie hanging out of her mouth. She froze like a deer in the headlights! I was laughing too hard to get mad at her!
    How opportunistic was that! hilarious. thanks for laugh, i nearly spat my coffee reading that.

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