Mans best friend

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  1. Double D

    Double D Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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  2. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    That is priceless Dan. Thanks for sharing that.
  3. Bobitis

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    Happy Happy Joy Joy.

    That's some luvin right there. :D
  4. Trevor1837

    Trevor1837 New Member

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    This is what I get every day when I come home from work :):):):) dogs are the best!
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    Asking nothing in return...:thumbsup:
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    but where's the cat?

    oh, right, the cat couldn't give a damn for all the catnip in the world.
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    I get home from work about 5:30 everyday. My wife tells me that my Dog goes and sits by the front window at exactly 5:15 everyday and waits for me. When he sees me pull in the driveway he goes running toward the garage door. When I open it I'm already prepared for the big greeting.
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    Dogs will recognize the sound of your vehicle exhaust and be waiting for you at all hours. They are great! :)
  9. gun runner

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    I dont know about that.
  10. gun runner

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    Boxers are good dogs, my dogs and cats are family. They treat us like family too. They go crazy when I come home.
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    My dog goes nuts if I go anywhere without him, lol.
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    My wife got our dog Max 7 years ago, and he was to be her dog. Unfortunately for her, she never played with him or roughhoused with him, so he naturally chose me as master because I would play with him often. Now, he listens to my commands obediently and occasionally listens to hers.
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    my dog is deaf, a bit more challenging at times. especially for a stubborn, 4 month old, FEMALE pit. but we are learning together. Its all about bonding time. the more you do with them, the more they'll pick up on. especially daily routines. like with our children, they are healthy. homework, dinner, brushing teeth. I think the most important activity with an animal is the feeding. at that time 100% of their attention is at the hands of the person with the food!
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    Realy cool
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    I've seen that video elsewhere. Great video. Man's best friend, for sure. No cat would act like that.
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