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    Well...I don't know if it is "silly" thing...it might just be a Staffy thing.

    Sumo has a chest fixation...mine in particular! I don't know if it is my perfume or what it is. He will jump up...cradle my body with his front legs and lick the crap out of me! The more I laugh...the more intense he gets. When he is finished...I need a towel! When he was little...this was cute, but as a 20 kg SBT...he can get quite "pushy". It is almost impossible to not start laughing, but I know if I do...he gets soooo wound up and actually starts shaking. I put it down to him loving his mummy... He doesn't do it to hubby, but it might be because Steve won't let him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    Well...I don't know if it is "silly" thing...it might just be a Staffy thing.

    Sumo has a chest fixation...mine in particular! I don't know if it is my perfume or what it is. He will jump up...cradle my body with his front legs and lick the crap out of me! The more I laugh...the more intense he gets. When he is finished...I need a towel! When he was little...this was cute, but as a 20 kg SBT...he can get quite "pushy". It is almost impossible to not start laughing, but I know if I do...he gets soooo wound up and actually starts shaking. I put it down to him loving his mummy... He doesn't do it to hubby, but it might be because Steve won't let him

    Hi Dorte, i'm thinking it is a "male" Stafford thing. Floyd does the same thing to me, he likes to lick my chest & neck or snuggle up to my chest, not that i allow him to. Big bum was unwell with KC & laying next to my feet & i was giving him soothing pats & before i know is he is jumping on me & giving me big sloppy Stafford kisses on my neck & chest, he don't do it to any other family members, only lick's Lily's arm or hand thank goodness.

    The pic looks worse than it actually was...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    Hi Dorte, i'm thinking it is a "male" Stafford thing. Floyd does the same thing to me, he likes to lick my chest & neck or snuggle up to my chest, not that i allow him to. Big bum was unwell with KC & laying next to my feet & i was giving him soothing pats & before i know is he is jumping on me & giving me big sloppy Stafford kisses on my neck & chest, he don't do it to any other family members, only lick's Lily's arm or hand thank goodness.

    The pic looks worse than it actually was...

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA...your picture is nothing compared to what it looks like here!!! Steve said that it actually looks like Sumo is about to eat me

    I might have to tape it...it is hilarious and ridiculous at the same time!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA...your picture is nothing compared to what it looks like here!!! Steve said that it actually looks like Sumo is about to eat me

    I might have to tape it...it is hilarious and ridiculous at the same time!!!
    ohhhh Dorte, please do tape it & shows us, cant wait to see it

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    New silly dog story.

    How to stop dog from pestering me.

    Put on my "I'm taking you for a walk" clothes.

    Dog goes into instant "Nyah Nyah Can't catch me" mode, and I can play on the computer unmolested. Sigh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    Bugger me...he is ONE lucky Stafford...your Decca!
    They all come unstuck in the long run, snakes are usually a lot quicker than dogs. If he comes across a snake that has dealt with dogs before & won he"ll be sorry!! It,s best to train them to stay away for their own safety......

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    Something that happened two weeks ago left me quite shocked and surprised.
    Nero my 11month old Neopolitan Mastiff was struggling to complete "a poo" and as i moved close i could see approx 8"inches of something hanging from his bum. I grabbed the hose and give him a bit of a squirt around the said area and noticed that this wasnt breaking down whatever it was still protuding.
    With the dog looking very uncomfortable i moved in and began to gently remove the item in its complete form, that being a whole standard size teatowel. The look of relief and regret combined on his face was something to behold.
    I still cant believe he was able to swallow a complete teatowel, without a:, not choking on it, and b:, being able to pass it (kind of).
    It is not his 1st time in the material department as previously i found a sock in amongst his waste when cleaning up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    Something that happened two weeks ago left me quite shocked and surprised.
    Nero my 11month old Neopolitan Mastiff was struggling to complete "a poo" and as i moved close i could see approx 8"inches of something hanging from his bum. I grabbed the hose and give him a bit of a squirt around the said area and noticed that this wasnt breaking down whatever it was still protuding.
    With the dog looking very uncomfortable i moved in and began to gently remove the item in its complete form, that being a whole standard size teatowel. The look of relief and regret combined on his face was something to behold.
    I still cant believe he was able to swallow a complete teatowel, without a:, not choking on it, and b:, being able to pass it (kind of).
    It is not his 1st time in the material department as previously i found a sock in amongst his waste when cleaning up.

    Oh my God!!! Had to pick myself up off the floor after reading that one.

    Jeez, it wouldn't have been so bad if Nero was able to do the fishes first before eating the tea-towel! ROFLMAO.

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    Just wait till Nero gets hold of some red pantihose...

    Our first family dog managed to eat a pair of red pantihose direct from the clothesline and they reappeared during a tennis party much to my parents' mortification.

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    fishes = dishes. *embarrassed*

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