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    I thought this was funny so just wanted to share.

    I was walking Taya the other day and she became very interested in something. At first I thought it was a cat but realised she was scared of a sign out the front of this house. The sort that's attached to a stake - it was loose and flapping slightly in the breeze. She was really quite freaked out. So I got her to come with me near the sign while I touched it to show her it was ok. That seemed to alay her fears a little.

    I thought it was amusing - a dog scared of a sign
    (and yet she doesn't care about thunder and lightning lol)

    Anyone else's dog scared of something silly?

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    Years ago I was walking an old dog of mine and we walked passed a statue of a horse, she went nuts and tried to attack it even though she was on a leash, she was pulling me close to it and then trying to run off and then back again. People didn't know whether to help, laugh or run away be cause she was scary looking

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    My xbfs dog used to be scared of the cat!
    Apparently it attacked him quite badly to put him in his place when he was a pup.
    Bo wouldn't turn his back to the cat. I once witnessed him walking past the kitchen when he realised the cat was on the table, he actually side steped and walked backwards away from it!! One of the funniest things I have seen EVER!! LMAO!!

    My old dog Beau was scared of flies. If one landed on him he would bolt inside and hide under the table.

    Kimba hates insect repellant. She runs whenever I get it out, Shes also scared of waves, I think its because she hadn't seen the ocean for the first 11 months of her life! (shes from Canberra)

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    Tony is scared if his toy ducks squeek, he carries it around all day but when it makes its sound (when squeezed) he gets scared and runs away from it for a few minutes then goes back. lol

    I watch him outside playing with it then running away for a few minutes its pretty funny. lol

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    zander doesnt like trucks he chase after them and barks at them its funny to see him doing his rottie bounch at a truck lol
    i think he is scared of it thats why he does it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan View Post
    Tony is scared if his toy ducks squeek, he carries it around all day but when it makes its sound (when squeezed) he gets scared and runs away from it for a few minutes then goes back. lol

    I watch him outside playing with it then running away for a few minutes its pretty funny. lol

    LOL at Tony!!!
    I haven't heard of a dog being scared of squeaky toys - quite the opposite.

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    haha. Lovely.
    My dog is afraid of the dark actually.
    I have to be with her out to pie when it´s dark outside.. silly dog

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    Our Labradoodle was wandering out the backyard where we have a sandpit that looks like a boat,and my hubby had added a pirates flag to the roof of the boat,and she went nuts!Every time she sees it,she goes crazy so we had to take the flag down.The boat was there without the flag for about 6 weeks first and it never bothered her.So maybe she is afraid of pirates.

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    Heh, one of my old pups was just a little wuss. He too was scared of the cat. From the day I bought him home at about 3 months and about 4 times my cat's size, he was petrified. He was friendly, approached her gently, as the family I got him from had cats as well, so he was used to them. Then, she hissed and he bolted for his bed in the corner whimpering and never went near her again.

    The kicker? He was a Pitbull. Lol

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    On a similar theme, a horse I used to ride wouldn't go past a white painted rock at the end of someone's driveway. He would dance and whinny and I'd have to get off and lead him past it, with him huffing and snorting all the way. I never quite knew what it was all about.... maybe the scary rock might jump up and attack him? Who knows?

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