Doggie Quirks
#11
Making some progress with cars. Today - on his first visit to the vet - Ben happily got in the car. But it had to be a certain side - he wouldn't get in on the other side!
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#12
It's a step in the right direction! Big Grin
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Sometimes, the smallest things bring the greatest joy.
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#13
Baby steps.  Good boy, Ben.  Smile
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#14
This didn't happen with my old dog so I was surprised yesterday, to see my partially sighted dog suddenly start watching the TV intently.
What was on? Why an episode of Supervet of course....
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#15
LOL I can see him now... it's like doggie horror... "Run! Get out of there! How stupid is this dog?!"
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Gotcha Day: November 14, 2015
Vet-Listed Birthday: May 2, 2014
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#16
(03-17-2017, 07:58 AM)Ember Wrote: LOL I can see him now... it's like doggie horror... "Run! Get out of there! How stupid is this dog?!"

I shielded his eyes when they showed the operating table
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#17
I'll never forget the first week we had Josie, some of the things she found frightening! She'd come from a farm so granted there were many new experiences in suburbia for her. The most memorable for me was bin day. Every morning that week we'd been up at 6am for a short wee walk down the block.. came out that morning to a Street lined with garbage bins ready for collectionand poor Josie nearly dragged me back in the house. Must have looked like a line of giant Monsters to her!

Something I have to say about her though is that despite her sensitive and sometimes nervous nature, as soon as she comes to understand something, she's totally fine with it. Previous dogsof other breeds we've had in the past have had things they've been frightened of, and they've stayed that way their whole life.
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