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  1. Carolyn

    Rain????? Since when does THAT make a difference? I get wet with Noodle, my Labradoodle on a regular basis. But then I live in the Netherlands, and we’d never get out if we waited for the rain to stop! 😀

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    • Amy Vansant

      It rained today (finally) and he refused to go out… but he threw an empty Gatorade bottle around for a while to show how angry he was about the whole situation.

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  2. Cathi Palmer

    My miniature Schnauzer, Gus, does the exact same thing…we call it “stare down”! He’ll stare until I begin getting the walking shoes on, then he jumps as if he’s spring loaded…My husband says Gus is using his doggie mind control on me…scary thought…Schnauzer mind control!

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    • Amy Vansant

      Having owned a terrier before (schnauzers not strictly being terriers, but same idea) I know what little terrorists they can be!

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  3. katmama60

    you live at my house we go at 6:30 pm every day he knows what time it is. and my dog looks like your only golden in color.

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  4. Rochelle

    Tori is very schedule driven too… she sits by the door with that ‘doodle tilt’ and waits for me to put her leash on to walk the kids to the bus, she knows when the buses come to bring the kids home, and she can tell the difference between a weekday and a weekend! Her “job” during the week is to go wake up my husband at 7:10, and wouldn’t you know, at 7:10, off she trots up the stairs barking at the closed bedroom door. Gotta’ LOVE these smart pups!!!

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    • Amy Vansant

      I’ve read that domesticated dogs are basically wolves who figured out they could get fed regularly if they hung out with people and tried to please them. So they became masters of reading our facial expressions and actions, in order to better please us. By now it is an out and out super power. The guy on “Lie to Me” has NOTHING on a dog. (even though he does tilt his head like one.)

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  5. Name (Required)

    Too funny. My dog has a few routines that he makes sure we stick to. It is funny how they actually control us sometimes.

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  6. Grace Lewis

    I read somewhere recently that if you fill a sports drink bottle with a little of the actual drink and then, um, dilute it with vodka it makes all sorts of activities much more bearable and sometimes enjoyable.

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