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Old 01-14-2017, 10:12 AM
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Murphy is just adorable! He's always doing something funny and cute, but he's super mellow about stuff so it's kind of a "oh by the way" type of thing.

He's apparently learned that the reason I put my feet on the coffee table is because it's comfortable so he now does it all the time.

Post some pics of yours!
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nice 'doodle, mine likes to drive
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My standard Poodle "MR. Big" was at dog training class.
there were about 10 other canines all arranged in a circle with the instructor in the center holding a treat in her closed fist in the center in order to train the pups.
when the dog sat on command, the fist opened and the treat was awarded. It was
Big's turn, he was in the center facing the instructor who was ignoring him while answering questions from the owners. Big finally had had enough, he proceeded to hit her fist with his paw, her fist opened , treat fell out and
voila ! his treat was swallowed immediately . The instructor proclaimed that in 10 yrs. of teaching, she had never seen that.
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Those have to be the happiest, easiest going dogs out there. There is one in our neighborhood that just smiles, smiles, and smiles when you drive by.
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The cutest thing my dog used to do?

Eat cat turds.

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Haha. Mine started doing that too.

Murphy is a beautiful dog!
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My pooch has learned to open up our doors. Cute the first time...letting herself out, or in depending on what side of the door she is in. She kept doing it so I had to change from lever handles to door knobs. Not so cute after 100th time.
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"Cute things my dog does"

Man, the testosterone level here is getting low.
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Man, the testosterone level here is getting low.
My 90lb alpha male pit bull mounts all the dogs and half the people in the neighborhood. It is so cute.
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Our two new German Shepherd dogs are so cute, too! Today they ripped the screen off the screen door to the deck, gnawed on the seats for one of the picnic tables, chewed up the umbrella stand, gnawed one of the new, expensive, poly poolside furniture chairs, pulled a rug out of the workshop--through the doggie door, and dismantled it yarn by yarn. Dug 4 new holes in the garden. Carried two flower pots off the deck into the yard, dumped them and mostly chewed them to pieces, pulled one of those solar/LED garden lights up and brought it up to the back door, and chewed up the outside welcome mat. They are 7 months old, 75 lb each. A pair of brothers from the same litter. Cute!
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^^^I don't think you need a home security system,lol
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When my old boat stayed on a lift the one across the way always left bean bags from his cover on the deck. Charlie here would stalk those little "birds" knowing if he went any closer they would fly away but if he stood there quivering it would just be the greatest thing ever.
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Originally Posted by DFreedom View Post
"Cute things my dog does"

Man, the testosterone level here is getting low.
Ain't that the truth.
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Our labradoodle will go out of her way to physically lean on one of us before closing her eyes for a rest. It is like her security blanket. Here she is laying her head on my hand as soon as I placed it on the shifter.
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runs from the cat
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Old 01-15-2017, 02:35 AM
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Originally Posted by DFreedom View Post
"Cute things my dog does"

Man, the testosterone level here is getting low.
Guess you'll have to get your roid fix from another thread.
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Originally Posted by crazybeard View Post
Guess you'll have to get your roid fix from another thread.
I usually head over to my MMA forum or my monster truck forum after posting in a thread like this to make me feel like more of a man. I'm super concerned at all times with appearing as tough as possible.
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Originally Posted by Double tyme View Post
I usually head over to my MMA forum or my monster truck forum after posting in a thread like this to make me feel like more of a man. I'm super concerned at all times with appearing as tough as possible.
Good idea! I like the out of the box thinking. Much better than just posting about guns and whining about politics.
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My wire haired fox terrier loves carrots!

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