Discussion in 'Pets' started by Langtoftlad, Oct 15, 2016.
...a 25 kilo greyhound wanting to be a lapdog
He seems to have found somewhere nice and comfy
Are you sitting in his chair again.
She thinks so
Our staffie/cross greyhound is the same, she seems to think she's NOT a big dog!
Don't want to worry you but you do know about the unfortunate trait they have don't you? Just watch out if you turn your back on her, especially in the nude ... they have a nasty habit of sticking their noses in some 'awkward' places for a sniff ... apparently it's a greyhound thing!
You also have to be careful when they see other people as it can be quite disconcerting for friends etc to suddenly feel 'something' poking around in their nether regions!
It would be nice to get poked sometimes, even if it is from a damp nose
Our Romy has another unfortunate habit ... she likes to nip bottoms ... would you like that too ??? ... on second thoughts, don't answer!
Okay, this might be a new game...
Just watched her pick up her water bowl, tip the contents onto the carpet, give the bowl a gentle shake & carry the now empty bowl into her crate & lie down next to it .
She seemed very pleased with herself .
So now I have to find a bowl the weight of a breeze block.
Pet shop is making a fortune from me
You could try a spaniel bowl. You can get ceramic or metal ones depending on your preference.
They're shaped to make them pretty difficult to tip over or pick up.
Our large Irish Setter was also a lapdog .......
Mine liked our clock:
................ and weighed 40kg.
Kerry providing back up harmonies...
That is absolute magic - thanks so much for posting. I lost Dylan to bone cancer a while ago and I have two videos of him - that one and the other on You Tube called Dylan and Scrumpy. Now I have three.
our staffie did the cold nose on the bits greeting to a young couple having a shag in a park once. poor lad was so shocked he got up and ran off whilst trying to pull his jeans up. the girl was laughing hysterically. must admit, I laughed too
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