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Old 08-10-2005, 01:19 PM
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there are two different types of dog talking on this thread,,,hehe....Victor's face at the dogs "talking" was priceless...but he won't do it..we tried , he said bark bark, oh well. I would like to read the book that was discussed. I learned from one that when a dog is confused he will yawn. My friend Jim thought his dog was being sarcastic when he would give a command and GArg would yawn..then Jim would show him the finger..not real effective training going on there..when i i explained that Garg was yawning not because he was bored, but because he was confused, Jim felt bad. Crossed signals..misunderstandings..the more we learn the better we can communicate.
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Old 08-10-2005, 01:24 PM
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I just have to say I love the one that says "i want my momma" that is so cute lol. kinda looks like pro47's spud
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