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2012-10-05 06:32:23 AM
OMG! That is ADORABLE!
We taught our dogs "Unbutt my chair" cause that is what my Dad used to say to us kids if'n we were in his recliner.
Tho, I'm sure my dogs wouldn't be nearly as cute if they didn't want to get down.
 
2012-10-05 06:56:57 AM
Cute.

Ineffective human, but cute. Dog doesn't view her as pack leader. He sees it as playful interaction, not a command.
 
2012-10-05 07:03:48 AM
I love Mastiff and that video is classic behavior for them. Most of them think they are lap dogs
CSS - We were fostering a Mastiff about that size a few years back. Lovable but very stubborn. One day I woke up from a nap and he was snuggled up next to me with his head on Mr.S's pillow, snoring away. Cute.
 
2012-10-05 08:24:48 AM
I put my headphones on at work and started to watch. Then I moved my chair back and it popped the headphone cord out and loudly broadcasted the woman yelling and the dog replying "YOU GET OFF THE BED-euggghhhhhhh!!!!"

No, I'm not watching porn but it sure sounded like it.
 
2012-10-05 08:25:35 AM
I hope that's not a daily problem, that would get annoying after a while. And, I'm the farking boss of the house, dog, don't even think different!

I'm still not sure what I would do in that situation, probably just crawl in bed with the dog and try to make space.
 
2012-10-05 08:32:31 AM
Seems almost like it was trained to do that upon sight of the hand signal. Still cute.
 
2012-10-05 08:39:30 AM

HST's Dead Carcass: I hope that's not a daily problem, that would get annoying after a while. And, I'm the farking boss of the house, dog, don't even think different!

I'm still not sure what I would do in that situation, probably just crawl in bed with the dog and try to make space.


You can either assert yourself and tell the dog firmly and in no uncertain terms to get off the farking bed or you can get a dog biscuit and lure it off the bed.

That is clearly an undisciplined dog that was never trained properly and the mastiff hasn't been either.
 
2012-10-05 09:01:22 AM
People that completely ineffective at controlling their dog should be allowed to have only the sub-dog varietals, such as Pomeranians and dachshunds. Not the ones that can actually cause damage to others.
 
2012-10-05 09:27:11 AM

Pocket Ninja: People that completely ineffective at controlling their dog should be allowed to have only the sub-dog varietals, such as Pomeranians and dachshunds. Not the ones that can actually cause damage to others.


Those are two of the breeds that are most likely to bite someone. Evil dogs/
 
2012-10-05 09:29:48 AM

AbbeySomeone: Those are two of the breeds that are most likely to bite someone. Evil dogs/


Yes, but when they bite you, you can kick them across the yard. You can't do that with a real dog.
 
2012-10-05 09:30:25 AM

AbbeySomeone: Pocket Ninja: People that completely ineffective at controlling their dog should be allowed to have only the sub-dog varietals, such as Pomeranians and dachshunds. Not the ones that can actually cause damage to others.

Those are two of the breeds that are most likely to bite someone. Evil dogs/


So bite them back.
 
2012-10-05 09:43:44 AM
I'm impressed at all of the expert dog trainers we have on fark, that have never had their dog ignore them in favor of staying somewhere comfy. You all should have a show.
 
2012-10-05 09:47:01 AM
You have to be the alpha dog in this situation and outlounge the pooch.  Once it sees there is no way it can be more relaxed then you, you can slooooowly and ever so sleepily put it into a choke hold. 
 
2012-10-05 09:48:14 AM
You can move a mountain, but you just can't budge a big dog.
 
2012-10-05 09:53:49 AM

Pocket Ninja: AbbeySomeone: Those are two of the breeds that are most likely to bite someone. Evil dogs/

Yes, but when they bite you, you can kick them across the yard. You can't do that with a real dog.


Good point.
 
2012-10-05 09:54:41 AM
Use the dog as a pillow and drap yourself over it! Stay in that position until the dog gets annoyed and walks off.
 
2012-10-05 10:03:02 AM
That dog was wagging its tail -- he could tell by the tone of her voice she wasn't really serious. There are probably other times when she truly shrieks at him and he launches out of the bed with his tail between his legs.
 
2012-10-05 10:06:48 AM

RexTalionis: Use the dog as a pillow and drap yourself over it! Stay in that position until the dog gets annoyed and walks off.


You know how I know you've never had a Mastiff?
 
2012-10-05 10:25:33 AM

desertmouse: That dog was wagging its tail -- he could tell by the tone of her voice she wasn't really serious. There are probably other times when she truly shrieks at him and he launches out of the bed with his tail between his legs.


I agree. It seemed like they were both playing a game.
 
2012-10-05 10:27:39 AM
Where I come from, most bedrooms have DOORS. If you don't want the dog on the bed, try shutting it.

And yes, I know Mastiffs are big dogs. I used to live with a roommate that had a big, slobbery, loveable English Mastiff that was even bigger than this one. But even at her most defiant, she didn't have the opposable thumbs necessary to work the bloody doorknob.
 
2012-10-05 10:50:03 AM
Squirt bottle

and if that doesn't work:

Squirt bottle with water and one teaspoon of vinegar.

Results: The dog will get off the bed on the first request.
 
2012-10-05 11:22:28 AM
I love that dog. We can't have a dog because my wife has serious allergies to dander so we're dogless. Dammit.
 
2012-10-05 11:22:52 AM
Squirt bottle hell... bullets are much more effective.

If the dog in fact doesn't listen [which I don't believe is happening in this case] then I'd just get rid of it.
 
2012-10-05 11:27:29 AM
Repeating commands and being cute is a great way to undermine your authority and affirm the dog's behavior. Get a Golden Retriever if you want 'big' dog thats easy to train
 
2012-10-05 11:30:15 AM
As fair as 'just playing a game', i've seen tons of people who try to tell a dog what to do in just this manner. It's more likely that its not her dog.
 
2012-10-05 11:31:54 AM
That dog may have been wagging its tail, but his play-growling made me nervous. But I'll be the first to admit that I would never be able to handle anything bigger than a lab. And hey, don't knock the small dogs. My aunt has an amazing Jack Russell, and my family recently took in a Rat Terrier/Chihuahua cross who is most definitely a dog in spite of her diminutive size. (She's a sweetheart.)
 
2012-10-05 11:36:42 AM
All I have to do now is just get the squirt bottle out of the cabinet and my dogs somehow miraculously understand english again.
 
2012-10-05 11:38:50 AM

RexTalionis: Use the dog as a pillow and drap yourself over it! Stay in that position until the dog gets annoyed and walks off.


Crushing a dog with a huge manatee is a misdemeanor.
 
2012-10-05 11:39:24 AM
2 Irish Wolfhounds at home. They get like this every so often. fark it. Let em' sleep. If I really need them to get up, jingling the car keys works like a charm.
 
2012-10-05 11:40:31 AM

Because People in power are Stupid: Squirt bottle

and if that doesn't work:

Squirt bottle with water and one teaspoon of vinegar.

Results: The dog will get off the bed on the first request.


Cool...but um, how do you get the dog to put the teaspoon of vinegar in the bottle?
 
2012-10-05 11:46:22 AM
Lady, you have to be alpha dog. Pooch gets one chance, then is physically dragged to where you want him. If you can't move the dog, you shouldn't have a frickin mastiff.
 
2012-10-05 11:54:33 AM
And then she scratches his ears and reinforces the bad behavior. OMG.

My dog gets one chance. If my voice then drops down, she understands it's no longer play time.

/150# Great Dane. *not* allowed on the bed.
 
2012-10-05 12:14:24 PM
gee, if the link was to the YouTube vid: "Waking Up an English Mastiff... ", Uploaded by mouseanater on Feb 11, 2012

people could see the uploader's comment:

"This is my Mastiff Lincoln doing everything he can to NOT have to get off the bed. THIS IS JUST PLAY, IF I ASK HIM TO GET OFF THE BED STERNLY HE WILL JUMP RIGHT OFF, Lets keep the animal training comments to a minimum!! I REPEAT WE ARE PLLAAYYYIINNNG."
 
2012-10-05 12:26:46 PM
Cesar Millan disapproves!
That woman is no pack leader! She's encouraging bad behaviour by petting him when he's misbehaving.
 
2012-10-05 12:27:16 PM
When I'm in a mood, I hate repeating myself. This is something my German Shepherd learned very quickly.

This lady was playing with the dog, and the dog was playing with her.
 
2012-10-05 12:33:59 PM

MaxxLarge: Where I come from, most bedrooms have DOORS. If you don't want the dog on the bed, try shutting it.

And yes, I know Mastiffs are big dogs. I used to live with a roommate that had a big, slobbery, loveable English Mastiff that was even bigger than this one. But even at her most defiant, she didn't have the opposable thumbs necessary to work the bloody doorknob.


lh6.googleusercontent.com

Soon.
 
2012-10-05 12:38:49 PM

Canton: That dog may have been wagging its tail, but his play-growling made me nervous. But I'll be the first to admit that I would never be able to handle anything bigger than a lab. And hey, don't knock the small dogs. My aunt has an amazing Jack Russell, and my family recently took in a Rat Terrier/Chihuahua cross who is most definitely a dog in spite of her diminutive size. (She's a sweetheart.)


Nah, Mastiffs make that sound when playing a lot. Mine does. Well, mine also tries to talk. When I come home from work she runs downstairs, grabs either her bone or one of her toys, runs back up and throws her entire 160 pound body against my legs all the while she moaning and growling and vocalizing like crazy.

She's awesome.

Mastiffs also make awesome pillows
 
2012-10-05 12:55:08 PM
You know, just because you're the pack leader doesn't mean the dog's free will goes away. My two malamutes are well trained, but I can still them taking a second to process the command and go "Do I really want to do that?". Malamutes for example were bred not to run out onto thin ice, not matter what command was given. A lot of other breeds with established traits are the same way. You can tell a rottweiler that the stranger is a guest and is welcome, but odds are he's still going to be watching the stranger like a hawk and commands to leave the room while the stranger is there are unlikely to be obeyed the first time they're given.

/I'm pretty sure if I busted the spray bottle on the malamutes i'd get the look of "Please motherfarker, we swim in near freezing water for fun. Try again bozo."
 
2012-10-05 12:56:52 PM
You have to be the pack leader!

cinnybear.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-10-05 01:14:02 PM

Happy Hours:

That is clearly an undisciplined dog that was never trained properly and the mastiff hasn't been either.


Zing!
 
2012-10-05 01:27:27 PM

Lipo: Canton: That dog may have been wagging its tail, but his play-growling made me nervous. But I'll be the first to admit that I would never be able to handle anything bigger than a lab. And hey, don't knock the small dogs. My aunt has an amazing Jack Russell, and my family recently took in a Rat Terrier/Chihuahua cross who is most definitely a dog in spite of her diminutive size. (She's a sweetheart.)

Nah, Mastiffs make that sound when playing a lot. Mine does. Well, mine also tries to talk. When I come home from work she runs downstairs, grabs either her bone or one of her toys, runs back up and throws her entire 160 pound body against my legs all the while she moaning and growling and vocalizing like crazy.

She's awesome.

Mastiffs also make awesome pillows


I believe you, but that doesn't change the fact that mastiff play growls apparently make me nervous even if I'm just hearing them on a YouTube video. Not everyone is a big dog person.
 
2012-10-05 01:30:32 PM
God, those pillows must absolutely reek of dog farts.
 
2012-10-05 01:31:26 PM
I love how she not only starts to play with the dog, which is what it wanted, but then scratches its head and rewards it for ignoring her...

You know why you have to go through that every day? Because you're terrible at owning a dog.
 
2012-10-05 01:32:47 PM

AbbeySomeone: I love Mastiff and that video is classic behavior for them. Most of them think they are lap dogs
CSS - We were fostering a Mastiff about that size a few years back. Lovable but very stubborn. One day I woke up from a nap and he was snuggled up next to me with his head on Mr.S's pillow, snoring away. Cute.


Dane owner here (205lb baby pic in profile). Dane's share blood lines with mastiff's and carry many similar characteristics. They too believe they are lap dogs. The morning yawns awakens everyone in the house. And when he gets comfortable, there is no moving him with any sense of urgency. All the same, having a dog that is closer to livestock rather than a canine is entertaining in itself.
 
2012-10-05 01:35:21 PM
The circuit for that outlet on the wall by the bed is seriously overloaded, so they'll all be dead soon anyway.
 
2012-10-05 02:09:40 PM

HairBolus: gee, if the link was to the YouTube vid: "Waking Up an English Mastiff... ", Uploaded by mouseanater on Feb 11, 2012

people could see the uploader's comment:

"This is my Mastiff Lincoln doing everything he can to NOT have to get off the bed. THIS IS JUST PLAY, IF I ASK HIM TO GET OFF THE BED STERNLY HE WILL JUMP RIGHT OFF, Lets keep the animal training comments to a minimum!! I REPEAT WE ARE PLLAAYYYIINNNG."



yeah, this looks a lot less like disobedience and more like intentionally trained behavior.
 
2012-10-05 02:16:39 PM
Get the dog his own bed, something as comfortable as the bed he likes. Then after a while he'll keep to his place to sleep.
 
2012-10-05 02:21:59 PM

desertmouse: That dog was wagging its tail -- he could tell by the tone of her voice she wasn't really serious.


A dog wagging its tail is a sign that it perceives one of the parties is asserting/challenging domination, not specifically that its play time. It just so happens that play time is a form of the same kind of assertion/challenge.

Its a perfect time to explain who is boss.
 
2012-10-05 02:24:28 PM

Canton: And hey, don't knock the small dogs. My aunt has an amazing Jack Russell,


Jack Russell's aren't small dogs. Just ask them.
 
2012-10-05 02:26:48 PM
addendum to my previous post:

That dog was challenging her domination, no doubt. It very much wants to be the boss and thinks it has a chance. It certainly seems like she should be trained in how to handle her dog.
 
2012-10-05 03:17:44 PM
I was kind of waiting for the dog to start farking her.
 
2012-10-05 03:31:54 PM

Diogenes: desertmouse: That dog was wagging its tail -- he could tell by the tone of her voice she wasn't really serious. There are probably other times when she truly shrieks at him and he launches out of the bed with his tail between his legs.

I agree. It seemed like they were both playing a game.


The play bow was also a big giveaway that the pooch and owner were just goofing off. Too cute.
 
2012-10-05 04:02:26 PM
I like the part where she said "Get down!"
 
2012-10-05 04:24:31 PM
Just because it's cute when your 25 pound puppy does it, does not mean it will be cute when your 150 pounder is still doing it.

Going to guess this is the guy's dog who was around before the girlfriend. Obviously she didn't take time to get to know and train Mr.Big.
 
2012-10-05 04:34:17 PM

Dr_luckyz: I'm impressed at all of the expert dog trainers we have on fark, that have never had their dog ignore them in favor of staying somewhere comfy. You all should have a show.


I have taken care of many people's dogs over the years and I never met ONE who wouldn't get down off the bed/couch/chair for a treat. Not ONE!
 
2012-10-05 04:38:52 PM
Very cute. Looks like a night on the couch for her. She must be a new dog owner. She has to get 2 of their favorite treats. Give one to them, show the doggie the second one. Put it on the floor far enough so that you can get on the bed and when doggie goes to get it, jump in bed and cover up.

I have a king size bed and have to bargain with my 3 big dogs for a spot most of the time
 
2012-10-05 05:03:06 PM
In three years she'll be waddling through wal-mart with two uncontrolled kids who are screaming at the top of their lungs and breaking things in every aisle as she shrieks

quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it.. . quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it... quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it... quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it... quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it... quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it... quit-it...quit-it...

and doing not a g.d. thing to actually stop them.


she's as worthless as her trash kids will be.
 
2012-10-05 05:07:05 PM

crzybtch: Dr_luckyz: I'm impressed at all of the expert dog trainers we have on fark, that have never had their dog ignore them in favor of staying somewhere comfy. You all should have a show.

I have taken care of many people's dogs over the years and I never met ONE who wouldn't get down off the bed/couch/chair for a treat. Not ONE!


Well then, I guess we can assume no dogs ever would want to stay on the bed. Appreciate your correcting me.
 
2012-10-05 05:22:31 PM
I bet she spoons with the dog at night
 
2012-10-05 05:50:34 PM

OnlyM3: In three years she'll be waddling through wal-mart with two uncontrolled kids who are screaming at the top of their lungs and breaking things in every aisle as she shrieks

quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it.. . quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it... quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it... quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it... quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it... quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it...quit-it... quit-it...quit-it...

and doing not a g.d. thing to actually stop them.


she's as worthless as her trash kids will be.


For a second there I thought you inadvertently posted that here when you meant it for the Honey Boo Boo thread.
 
2012-10-05 06:04:19 PM

AbbeySomeone: Pocket Ninja: People that completely ineffective at controlling their dog should be allowed to have only the sub-dog varietals, such as Pomeranians and dachshunds. Not the ones that can actually cause damage to others.

Those are two of the breeds that are most likely to bite someone be farking annoying.

 
2012-10-05 06:36:05 PM

HairBolus: gee, if the link was to the YouTube vid: "Waking Up an English Mastiff... ", Uploaded by mouseanater on Feb 11, 2012

people could see the uploader's comment:

"This is my Mastiff Lincoln doing everything he can to NOT have to get off the bed. THIS IS JUST PLAY, IF I ASK HIM TO GET OFF THE BED STERNLY HE WILL JUMP RIGHT OFF, Lets keep the animal training comments to a minimum!! I REPEAT WE ARE PLLAAYYYIINNNG."


Do NOT mock internet experts
 
2012-10-05 07:08:23 PM

OnlyM3: she's as worthless as her trash kids will be.


I am impressed that you can tell all of that from a video. You should probably start your own practice
 
2012-10-05 07:58:48 PM
I love dogs
 
2012-10-05 09:21:33 PM

iron_city_ap: 2 Irish Wolfhounds at home. They get like this every so often. fark it. Let em' sleep. If I really need them to get up, jingling the car keys works like a charm.


Jesus. How much do you spend a week on dog food?
 
2012-10-05 09:29:25 PM

DrZiffle: The circuit for that outlet on the wall by the bed is seriously overloaded, so they'll all be dead soon anyway.


Looks to me like it's just a cellphone or laptop/tablet charger.
 
2012-10-05 10:19:27 PM
The disgusting pig let a dog on her bed in the first place. Beds are for people. The floor or dog bed is for the dog. She deserves what she gets for treating an animal like a person.
 
2012-10-05 10:28:52 PM
At first I started chuckling when the dog growled and threatened to bite her, and she responded by jamming her finger in there and pointing out that she knows he would never do it.

Then I came in here with all the internet toughguys who couldn't tell she was just playing around, and I ROFL'd. If a mastiff doesn't want to go somewhere, it just lies down and doesn't move. It wouldn't bother with the theatrics when dead weight is more effective.
 
2012-10-05 10:41:26 PM
She was playing and the Mastiff knew this as shown by the "play bow," wagging tail, and the little circle he would make on the bed. This is a show of happy excitement.
The growling was playful and the Mastiff was all too careful in making sure he grabbed with his mouth instead of biting.

That video just made me smile.
 
2012-10-05 10:49:46 PM

desertmouse: That dog was wagging its tail -- he could tell by the tone of her voice she wasn't really serious. There are probably other times when she truly shrieks at him and he launches out of the bed with his tail between his legs.


Small woman with a Newfoundland here. He may ignore me once or twice, but when I get "mad" enough to stamp my foot he moves fast.
 
2012-10-05 11:13:33 PM

Mija: The disgusting pig let a dog on her bed in the first place. Beds are for people. The floor or dog bed is for the dog. She deserves what she gets for treating an animal like a person.


Not a dog lover, huh? Your loss.

farm4.staticflickr.com
 
2012-10-05 11:14:17 PM
RoyBatty: I was kind of waiting for the dog to start farking her.

Goddammit, I cannot stop laughing at this. Full point.
 
2012-10-05 11:28:29 PM
If you tell the dog to get down, then pet him, scratch his ears, and give him a kiss on the forehead when he doesn't, he learns real fast that the best way to get some affectionate attention from his owner is not to get off the bed when he hears "get off the bed".
 
2012-10-05 11:46:05 PM

cepson: If you tell the dog to get down, then pet him, scratch his ears, and give him a kiss on the forehead when he doesn't, he learns real fast that the best way to get some affectionate attention from his owner is not to get off the bed when he hears "get off the bed".


This.
 
2012-10-05 11:53:21 PM
I love all the people who think somehow a dog has to everything the second it's said or it's the end of the world. Heaven forbid you just enjoy a dog and recognize that sometimes it just wants to lay in bed.
 
2012-10-05 11:54:40 PM
I can solve that with the expert application of fulcrums.
 
2012-10-06 12:16:17 AM

ZMugg: Soon.


Some border collies can open doors. My previous cat figured out how doorknobs work but the round ones were too slippery for him to turn. Didn't keep him from trying.
 
2012-10-06 01:28:16 AM

ZMugg: MaxxLarge: Where I come from, most bedrooms have DOORS. If you don't want the dog on the bed, try shutting it.

And yes, I know Mastiffs are big dogs. I used to live with a roommate that had a big, slobbery, loveable English Mastiff that was even bigger than this one. But even at her most defiant, she didn't have the opposable thumbs necessary to work the bloody doorknob.

[lh6.googleusercontent.com image 358x485]

Soon.


That comic set off my autism alarm as a kid. If that dog can use a screwdriver, he can use a doorknob!
 
2012-10-06 02:46:11 AM

albuquerquehalsey: That comic set off my autism alarm as a kid. If that dog can use a screwdriver, he can use a doorknob!


Don't mistake common sense for autism. You are more normal than you might think.
 
2012-10-06 04:50:56 AM
God, her sheets must be gross.
 
2012-10-06 05:37:36 AM

indarwinsshadow: I love that dog. We can't have a dog because my wife has serious allergies to dander so we're dogless. Dammit.


These dogs are touted as hypoallergenic by the AKC;
Border Terrier
Chinese Crested
Coton de Tulear
Havanese
Irish Water Spaniel
Kerry Blue Terrier
Maltese
Poodle
Portuguese Water Dog
Puli
Schnauzer
Shih Tzu
Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
Xoloitzcuintli
Yorkshire TerrierBasenji
Bedlington Terrier
Bichon Frise
None of these would be my first choice, but if you really wanted a dog here are some options.
We have a 120lb Swiss Mountain dog that acts very similar to the dog in the video ( blames wife)
 
2012-10-06 06:56:14 AM
Awww the doggie is a sweetie!
 
2012-10-06 09:41:14 AM
Where does a 150 lb. Mastiff sleep?
 
2012-10-06 11:09:23 AM

Mija: The disgusting pig let a dog on her bed in the first place. Beds are for people. The floor or dog bed is for the dog. She deserves what she gets for treating an animal like a person.


THIS

I have stopped talking to women (who I was interested in dating) because they wanted their dog to sleep in their bed with them . . . .
 
2012-10-06 11:17:53 AM

LeglessDog: Mija: The disgusting pig let a dog on her bed in the first place. Beds are for people. The floor or dog bed is for the dog. She deserves what she gets for treating an animal like a person.

THIS

I have stopped talking to women (who I was interested in dating) because they wanted their dog to sleep in their bed with them . . . .


IN the bed? No. ON the bed? I'm okay with that.
 
2012-10-06 07:35:32 PM

Broom: Canton: And hey, don't knock the small dogs. My aunt has an amazing Jack Russell,

Jack Russell's aren't small dogs. Just ask them.


A dog's perceived size is inversely proportional to its actual size.
 
2012-10-06 08:00:12 PM

summersa74: Broom: Canton: And hey, don't knock the small dogs. My aunt has an amazing Jack Russell,

Jack Russell's aren't small dogs. Just ask them.

A dog's perceived size is inversely proportional to its actual size.


For starters... but a toy poodle/chihuahua/furry insect will back away. A Jack, a pug, or a boston terrier will go down believing they're winning the fight...

:)
 
2012-10-06 11:04:44 PM

Broom: summersa74: Broom: Canton: And hey, don't knock the small dogs. My aunt has an amazing Jack Russell,

Jack Russell's aren't small dogs. Just ask them.

A dog's perceived size is inversely proportional to its actual size.

For starters... but a toy poodle/chihuahua/furry insect will back away. A Jack, a pug, or a boston terrier will go down believing they're winning the fight...

:)


Add Dachshund to that list...
 
2012-10-06 11:51:13 PM

stiletto_the_wise: Broom: summersa74: Broom: Canton: And hey, don't knock the small dogs. My aunt has an amazing Jack Russell,

Jack Russell's aren't small dogs. Just ask them.

A dog's perceived size is inversely proportional to its actual size.

For starters... but a toy poodle/chihuahua/furry insect will back away. A Jack, a pug, or a boston terrier will go down believing they're winning the fight...

:)

Add Dachshund to that list...


The dogs bred to run into a badger's lair, and drag them out by their nose.
 
2012-10-07 10:48:50 PM

zenobia: Small woman with a Newfoundland here


I...think I love you :*)

/dated two women with Newfdawgs. The dogs were nicer to me
 
2012-10-08 04:25:52 AM

ZMugg: MaxxLarge: Where I come from, most bedrooms have DOORS. If you don't want the dog on the bed, try shutting it.

And yes, I know Mastiffs are big dogs. I used to live with a roommate that had a big, slobbery, loveable English Mastiff that was even bigger than this one. But even at her most defiant, she didn't have the opposable thumbs necessary to work the bloody doorknob.

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Soon.


My cats understand exactly what it is and how it works. They also understand that they'll never turn it but I can, therefore they get me to do it. Of course, they're making me type this as well...
 
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