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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    me either GSD, just a dream, lol.
    DA, I find that we have to speak very s l o w l y and be precise. Can you watch the dog means just that to them, watch them pee, watch them chew....you have no leg to stand on as he did as you asked, lol. Sorry, lol.
    Too frustrating for me Matey. I'd rather pop puppy in the bathroom with me with newspaper all over the floor than rely on any request being heard, absorbed or half way followed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    Womens idea of "looking after the puppy" is NOT the same for men When we say..."look after the puppy"...we really mean is do not let the puppy out of sight! Men think it is more like looking after an older kid...if they can hear them...then they must be alive

    If we want men to look after a puppy the same way we do...say "DO NOT LET PUPPY OUT OF YOUR SIGHT!
    Ah, no Cleas. My husband is such a stupid moron he'd literally stand there and watch all right, but act - nope! He'd just say 'I don't know what she's doing.'

    He used to live with a vet, that guy couldn't get it through to him either. The neighbours in Qld complained because he was destroying their dogs next door by teaching them to run up and down the fence for his amusement. He thought it was funny. The stupid prick couldn't comprehend that he'd just set back their training tenfold.

    Sure, he has a bloody disease, but that doesn't make it any frigging easier to live with.

    Sorry for venting - I'll get over it, or I'll bury him. Either way, problem fixed. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    GSD"s - there's always the clothesline! Once they're attached, swing like hell.
    I'm not going to increase my annual insurance premium by claiming for a broken clothes line when it breaks under the dead body weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsds4ever View Post
    i'm not going to increase my annual insurance premium by claiming for a broken clothes line when it breaks under the dead body weight.
    lmfao

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    Then again, can you sue a ded person for damage to your clothesline?

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    Another one who takes puppy with me here. Although hubby is good if I say "can you take Batty outside and make sure he doesn't get into anything he's not supposed to please". He worked that out after going outside to find teeth marks in the leg of the BBQ after he'd popped Batty out and just checked in so to speak. Scary part is it's a steel leg....

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    LMAO@Angela's husband.

    Perhaps if it was HIS leg he'd notice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Then again, can you sue a ded person for damage to your clothesline?
    No point when they'll have no assets or estate to claim from. And the solicitor's fees would cost more than a new clothes line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    LMAO@Angela's husband.

    Perhaps if it was HIS leg he'd notice?
    I would hope so, but I'm not going to try to find out either!

    Oh, hubby also learnt that his work boots belong in the garage.... He comes home with them and his uniform covered in grease, oil, aviation fuel and dog only knows what other chemicals and has finally - thanks to Batty dragging one outside and leaving it there overnight (I may have ignored the fact that it was out there)... It was rather funny actually, I came into the dining room to see him running back inside and going for the second one, I assume to take it outdoors as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSDs4Ever View Post
    No point when they'll have no assets or estate to claim from. And the solicitor's fees would cost more than a new clothes line.
    True.

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