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It's a new burglary technique.....get into the house, destroy a few things, wait until the folks lock their pup up so he won't rip up anything while they are gone, break in and take everything of value.

Listen to what that poor dog is saying.....someone is trying to FRAME him.
Mel - If he hadn't acted so proud (and a little put-off that I dared to clean up the mess..) I MIGHT believe that. He doesn't get locked up anymore, but there is a designated "toys puppy is allowed to have while alone" and "toys to take away when you leave" - SO has been slacking on the system, I'm blaming him.

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Good boy ! Good - Good Boy !!!! lmao !!! BTW - Did you do a crime scene report on it ? God I love that boy !
That's exactly the encouragement he doesn't need! I don't care if he destroys his toys - but I would really prefer that I was there while he was doing it, so I could monitor where all the "guts" go once they are out (hence the two toy bins).

I didn't feel the need to fill out a report - I had all the evidence I needed - and he CONFESSED! I wish I would have gotten it on video - whenever he does something wrong, I ask him if he did it, and he just lowers his head and looks up at me like "I'm sorry"
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my guy will gut those toys and shake them all over the house. We have a toy and a bone added to his food shipment and it always one of the toys with the electronic sound maker. It sounds like Porky Pig saying ???? ???? that's all folks. He does not gut these but will only mouth these so it will make the sound. He carries them everywhere even late at night when we are stargazing. Its not the best toy for some dogs because the sound maker is little large but Bi but can be picky about what he swallows so i dont worry.
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I startle easily--and although I don't have problems reading spooky/scarey things I don't d so well with seeing them.
I don't do scary either.

For me it's a kind of superstition. You never know what's out there...it's not good to play with fire.

Really, the only movies I've watched that are even remotely in that genre are Jaws and Sixth Sense (pathetic, isn't it). But Sixth Sense is one of my favorite movies. Its story line was so interesting I could deal with the factor.



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I don't do scary either.

For me it's a kind of superstition. You never know what's out there...it's not good to play with fire.
LOL--Steven King has a book out that isn't fiction--it's about being a writer and specifically about being a writer of spooky, scarey stuff. Can't think of the title but it was early in his career and he had you and me pegged. He was writing at some point about the thing practically all kids go through--the 'thing' under the bed or in the closet. He said something to the effect that the reason your 7 year old who has never been afraid of anything suddenly starts getting into the bed by leaping from as far away as he can onto it. Heaven forbid he might get close enough to the bed that the "thing' that lives under it will reach out and suddenly a cool white hand is wrapped around your ankle...and it will NEVER let go.

That whole idea creeped me out to such an extent that I practically reverted to jumping for the bed again (a habit I had given up the night that the bed frame collapsed and woke the whole house up). I'm sure that any dog who had just spent a hour with a feather pillow in your absence would have recognized the look on my face when everyone else in the house came running in to see what was going on.

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Really, the only movies I've watched that are even remotely in that genre are Jaws and Sixth Sense (pathetic, isn't it). But Sixth Sense is one of my favorite movies. Its story line was so interesting I could deal with the factor.
LMAO--everyone will appreciate this--at least those of you who don't voluntarily go to scarey, spooky movies.

At one time I lived in a smallish house with a lot of roommates--we were within spitting distance of a movie theatre called the Fox Venice (aka the 50 center). They showed two movies every night--mostly first run stuff and the get in price was 50 cents. (Back when movies in first run in a conventional theatre ran about $4 for a single feature. But it meant that that theatre filled every night--and it was a big theatre.

One of the roommates was an addicted movie fan--me, not so much, but if I was hanging around with nothing better to do I could be talked into going.

He didn't always tell me what was playing. There were some movies by some directors that I NEVER, EVER went to see. Sam Peckenpaw was one of them--so you know what happened.

It wasn't until we were standing in line that I looked at the outside posters for what was playing--OH NO! Not one but two Sam Peckenpaw films. One of them had Jane Fonda in it and was a western--the one where some outlaw fired a shotgun loaded with dimes (in slow motion, close up in living color) through the chest of some other guy--I was up and out of there and spent the rest of that particular movie in the lobby reading some book that the popcorn guy loaned me. Figuring that the second film couldn't be much worse than that I went back in at the break between the films--my roommate laughed his a*s off at me and said that he'd heard that the second movies wasn't as bloody. That movie was 'Straw Dogs'--and it was true--it wasn't as bloody but fairly early in the movie someone opened a closet door and found the family cat hanging inside. GAH! I levitated out of my seat that time--and nothing could get me back into the theatre.

I had nightmares about that particular scene for years. And everyone in the house found they could really p**s me off by reminding me of the movie where they hung the kitty in the closet.

I never go to movies now unless I've checked them out to make sure I'm not going to get any really unpleasant shocks.
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Radar decided to welcome me home to his first all-out toy murder. He was very proud of his work - and we promptly went to the toy store to get some benebones/nylabones/etc for him to chew.

(e-collar is on him because we were about to go outside for potty - had to get one of those "above ground" invisible fences - and it is set only to beep. Luckily that beep is annoying enough to him that he comes back to me right away. One of our neighbors has a fence-jumping mastiff mix - I had to make the yard a little smaller so that Radar couldn't go too close to the fence - they both think it is SO MUCH FUN when he jumps over the fence so they can play together)

ETA: Looking at the photo again - it was the scene of his first TWO toy murders. The fox (left) and the rope tug toy that he is not supposed to have access to while we are not home (looking your way, SO) Both have made their way to the trash and have been replaced with more durable toys.

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I had nightmares about that particular scene for years. And everyone in the house found they could really p**s me off by reminding me of the movie where they hung the kitty in the closet.
LOL ABtheHun ^^ I could see those room mates, reminding you of the closet cat.

A few I hate:
- Alfred Hitchcock ... The Birds...get in the dam car, and drive off / but no, go back in the house & get pecked
- the Blair Witch Project...again nothing scary / low budget waste of time

- and any movie, with entitled Jane Fonda in it / phoney can't act, like Henry (her father)
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Silents of the lamb ???

Rad - the reason I told him good boy - Is he is now a true Doberman pup !!! I worry about reading all this BS from this up and coming crop of Dobie parents - OH - My little pup do's this and that and NEVER potties in the house and it go's on and on - lmao

Congrats ! You have a great little boy ! He's normal - lol
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- Alfred Hitchcock ... The Birds...get in the dam car, and drive off / but no, go back in the house & get pecked
I never could understand why The Birds was supposed to be so scary.

AB, I really liked your comment on the "All I Want is a Pet" thread.
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Silents of the lamb ???

Rad - the reason I told him good boy - Is he is now a true Doberman pup !!! I worry about reading all this BS from this up and coming crop of Dobie parents - OH - My little pup do's this and that and NEVER potties in the house and it go's on and on - lmao

Congrats ! You have a great little boy ! He's normal - lol
Didn't like the thought of listening to lambs being slaughtered. Don't like the thought of veal, either. Geesh! Let the critter grow up and enjoy something.

"He's normal - lol". Yep!

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A boy and his dog.....and a paper shredder.
I SWEAR the cat did it! REALLY! Why won't you believe me?

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Didn't like the thought of listening to lambs being slaughtered. Don't like the thought of veal, either. Geesh! Let the critter grow up and enjoy something.

"He's normal - lol". Yep!

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Exactly ^^ We don't eat baby red-meat either.
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I never could understand why The Birds was supposed to be so scary.

AB, I really liked your comment on the "All I Want is a Pet" thread.
AuntieBugHunHun - that was a masterpiece of a post ^

Our Kakanas girl Tanya (year 1977), was from Mrs. B England (Crediton, Ontario) championship line.
Even our Fabert girl Amy (year 2000), out of Montreal, had Kakanas in the line.
- the old Kakanas breeder was in her 80's, when they died
- we had litter pick, from last breeding

AB - you remember any of these Kakanus dogs? (kennel gone in the late 1970's)
- great looks & temperament
- Tanya died at 9.5 y/o full of cancer / but kibble was all full of by-products & cheap fillers, in the old days

Darkevs from BC knew of this old Canadian breeder / but she is MIA (it seems)...Tanya pictured below, likely 1978.

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I never could understand why The Birds was supposed to be so scary.

AB, I really liked your comment on the "All I Want is a Pet" thread.
I'm not setting myself up for this one.

No, no, no!

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I'm not setting myself up for this one.

No, no, no!

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SP - I don't know, what your saying...this time &/or sometimes.
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Rad - the reason I told him good boy - Is he is now a true Doberman pup !!! I worry about reading all this BS from this up and coming crop of Dobie parents - OH - My little pup do's this and that and NEVER potties in the house and it go's on and on - lmao

Congrats ! You have a great little boy ! He's normal - lol
Ha! He is definitely a Doberman puppy. He's never been "little mr. perfect puppy" - he has been a hellion since the beginning - he's just not as tiny and cute as he used to be. I think the little bitty puppy size puts blinders on people. Now he's 90lbs and up to the same things (except now he likes to tear toys apart...), so it's a bit more noticeable. Still love him to bits though, even when I wake up to being slapped with his enormous paws...

As for "normal"....idk about that one. He's a little "strange" - but it seems that that is more of a breed characteristic. He's such a sweetheart, even when I swear he's been hanging out with the devil. We get lots of compliments when we are out and about, and usually I just smile and say thanks, because those people have NO IDEA that he's putting on a show for them. I'm excited to see how he matures, he's a very gentle giant. Once he's old enough (and after the new "puppy" arrives) we are gonna work on going for runs, bike rides, and may just see what agility is all about.

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SP - I don't know, what your saying...this time &/or sometimes.
See Beau?

That's what I'm talking about! Mel's comment below yours declaring you don't understand.

Ma got it! Get with the program, Beau Bear?
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The Mister was off work today and I took a half day off.

Asked him what sounded good for a couple of meals this weekend. (it is supposed to rain all day tomorrow, good day to cook, right?) Need to go to the store today, not tomorrow in the rain.

Gee! Guess what his answer was?

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That is a handsome rooster, Mel! He looks very intelligent!

Yeah, probably something a little devilish in him.
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The Mister was off work today and I took a half day off.

Asked him what sounded good for a couple of meals this weekend. (it is supposed to rain all day tomorrow, good day to cook, right?) Need to go to the store today, not tomorrow in the rain.

Gee! Guess what his answer was?

I know the girls got the answer to this one!


SPdear the Mister said / "go get the no disturb sign"...did Beau Bear win ?
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