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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    I will be sitting down, or doing something where my legs or feet are exposed, and Oskar will just start licking my legs or feet for a little bit, then just walk off and do something else lol. He's a funny pooch!
    Lol Bella does the same thing! Or she will come over for a lick and then go back to what she was doing, drive by licking! She chases me around the house trying to lick me too! If I run away it turns into a big game and she tries to outsmart me and get to me so she can lick! She is a lickaholic!

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

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    ok, try again... still not sure if this will work:

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    My Girl runs in the yard and when she gets near you she does a flip on the floor..
    One of my employees I use to have ages ago said
    you better stop her from doing that, she'll end up breaking her back or
    putting a hip out..
    Seriously I worry when she does it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    Aww cute (not the slobber though lol).

    Not really odd, but something that always makes me laugh. When I get up at night to get something from the kitchen Banjo will often follow me and she will walk so close behind me that when I suddenly stop, she'll just walk into the back of my legs.
    Oskar is always so close to me, I accidentally step on his poor paws quite often as he gets under my feet haha

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    When Banjo gets off the bed, she slides off. She just shuffles forward or sideways with her belly on the bed until she lands on her feet on the floor. If she does it sideways sometimes she will actually roll. At first I thought she was just being clumsy - she did fall off the edge of the bed quite a few times. But now she does the slide deliberately.

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    Have 4 cavies, yet Maisie is the only one that can SEE tv, the others will react to the sound of a dog or cat but cant see it. Maisie will spot even a small dog or catin just the corner of the screen, without any sound from it and bark at it. We watch tv together and her favorite shows are the american spca animal rescue shows, meercat manor and anything with elephants in it. She will sit, and watch the shows all the way through.
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    Angry I could of throttled Mojo this arvo !!!

    I can put up with him jumping on the bed at 6.00 am and sitting on my head the last 4 mornings...i had to get up anyway


    BUT THIS IS GOING TOO FAR !!!

    YOU NEVER, NEVER MESS WITH A MANS AUSTAR REMOTE !!


    Luckily for him it still works and that i wasnt home home when he did it......

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    OMG...<laughing her ass off< Im not laughing Sean, really im not! Bad Mojo, wow he really did do a great job rearranging the buttons on the remote. No really, Im not laughing.
    The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    I can put up with him jumping on the bed at 6.00 am and sitting on my head the last 4 mornings...i had to get up anyway


    BUT THIS IS GOING TOO FAR !!!

    YOU NEVER, NEVER MESS WITH A MANS AUSTAR REMOTE !!


    Luckily for him it still works and that i wasnt home home when he did it......

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    Hahahahaha I don't think it's possible to have dogs and not have a chewed up remote! Bella tried to do the same to our austar remote!

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

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    Glad you guys think it's funny....i've gotta tape up the end now..looks really red neckish !! Oh well at least it still works...


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