Excuse me, do you really think this is an acceptable place to sit?
She actually gets camera shy. She was stalking around being dramatic and demanding until I pulled out the phone. Also, the Pug is her boss. Haven’t been able to catch her food dance, or water dance, or her charge wildly out the door to try to catch a squirrel move.That is by far the quietest, least dramatic, and most polite Husky I have ever seen.
Hahaha yeah, people say that a lot! They're not very common down here, though.
man that is one happy dogger!Hahaha yeah, people say that a lot! They're not very common down here, though.
We personally think he's mostly terrier and golden retriever, with some random extra mixes in there. I'm curious to do one of those DNA tests that tell you their breed ancestry, but they're kind of expensive for a merely academic question.
I also feel morally obligated to post this recent picture in case it brings you guys just 10% of the happiness it brings me.
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My cars are the same. It’s not that they want to go in. It’s that they may, at some point, want to go in. So it must be open.Not a picture thing, but just some behavior I've noticed.
My cat cannot abide the door to my guest bedroom being closed.
I prefer to close it so that the roomba doesn't waste its time in there, but frequently Nibbles will sit in the hall and meow plaintively until I come see what the hell he wants. Then he leads me to the door, and looks at me. If I open the door, he will rub against my legs in thanks, but he may or may not go in. Usually not. Instead after that he is content to follow me back to wherever I was and curl up for a nap or eat his kibble or whatever. But if I close the guestroom door, he will go ask for it to be opened again.