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    Quote Originally Posted by 1mach1 View Post
    Wow! A bookend that eats, sleeps, and poops. How rare!
    Right next to the Character Encyclopedia-----how ironic.
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamespowers View Post
    He doesn't like your taste in pillows and wants it gone ASAP.
    Or ASAPee, whichever works.

    A couple of my girls, from several days ago.
    Note the Heeler (Scarlett) and one of her bones, photo bombed by Carly the girls favorite neighbor.
    The second one is of the Scarlett pushing buttons, because she knows the Bedlington (Bluebelle) wants on the Ottoman to be close to her Mama. Scarlett makes sure she lays ALL across the Ottoman, just in case.
    The third one is of course what happens when you push a Bedlie's buttons, you get bit. This is the pre-bite picture.
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    My late "Dixie dog," Ruby would jump straight up from a standing position if she saw a red laser pointer dot on the ceiling. Not a big dog, at about 50 lbs., but she had everything she needed to protect herself. I'm 73" tall, and she could look me straight in the eye when aloft!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatsRme View Post
    My late "Dixie dog," Ruby would jump straight up from a standing position if she saw a red laser pointer dot on the ceiling. Not a big dog, at about 50 lbs., but she had everything she needed to protect herself. I'm 73" tall, and she could look me straight in the eye when aloft!

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    As John Davidson would say, "That's Incredible!".
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    That's awesome Charlie!

    Gregg, those two look like a full time job.

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    New puppy in the house.
    I'll post a pic as soon as I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dh66 View Post
    That's awesome Charlie!

    Gregg, those two look like a full time job.
    They are, even with 2 adults keeping up with them.
    Of course a child gate helps with unauthorized tours of the house.
    And in the event of a wandering Bedlie, the Heeler is trained to "look for her sister" and herd her back to the room we're in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg Axley View Post
    They are, even with 2 adults keeping up with them.
    Of course a child gate helps with unauthorized tours of the house.
    And in the event of a wandering Bedlie, the Heeler is trained to "look for her sister" and herd her back to the room we're in.
    Herding is what Heelers do best.
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamespowers View Post
    Herding is what Heelers do best.
    And button pushing apparently.
    Like tonight...the Bedlington barked for 10 minutes straight, one bark after another, because the Heeler was in her spot.
    Refer to picture #2 that I posted the other day.
    After drinking water, some breeds will rub their face along the couch, chair, etc. to dry it off.
    Picture #3 occurred this evening, as the Heeler was still atop the ottoman, and decided to "nip" her sister in the snout as she passed by during one of her face rubs.
    What happened next (this happens often actually) can only described as a cross between a snake striking, and a lobster grabbing ahold of something with their huge freaking claws!
    Bedlingtons are lightening fast, and WILL NOT let up until THEY decide it's over.
    These two have been together every day for 5yrs and still fight like human siblings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg Axley View Post
    And button pushing apparently.
    Like tonight...the Bedlington barked for 10 minutes straight, one bark after another, because the Heeler was in her spot.
    Refer to picture #2 that I posted the other day.
    After drinking water, some breeds will rub their face along the couch, chair, etc. to dry it off.
    Picture #3 occurred this evening, as the Heeler was still atop the ottoman, and decided to "nip" her sister in the snout as she passed by during one of her face rubs.
    What happened next (this happens often actually) can only described as a cross between a snake striking, and a lobster grabbing ahold of something with their huge freaking claws!
    Bedlingtons are lightening fast, and WILL NOT let up until THEY decide it's over.
    These two have been together every day for 5yrs and still fight like human siblings.
    Yup, that sounds about right.
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