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  1. Haha. Our younger always makes sure our older one ate all her food. He takes her bowl and licks it clean in another room.

  2. My neighbors Aussie is like that too. If you’re on a walk with him, just turn around and distract by going other way. Do you have a trainer?

  3. It sounds like they are in and outside at will. I can’t quite tell by your post. Both of mine were allowed out until the youngest started barking at every movement. My neighbor has a fruit tree so it attracts who knows what. Once I started keeping them in at night it all stopped. Now if I do let them out, if there’s one bark, I call the guilty’s name and it stops. The “guilty” is usually my 2 yr old, of course! So after that, keep them in the house at night. Lots of good advice in prior posts.

  4. My 3 yr old did the same thing her first daycare!

  5. Yup those super violent pitties make the best Nannie’s! My goldens are in love with the new kitten’s butt. Is your pup the same?

  6. Until she defended and protected her paedophilic son, surely..

  7. It’s about a pet, there are other subs for that.

  8. My 3 1/2 yr old won’t go past a box, basket, or push open a half closed door; she needs a clear path or doesn’t move until her slave (me) takes appropriate action. I haven’t figured out the scare factor!

  9. Freedom! Maybe too many hugs as a puppy? Natural instinct is not to be confined.

  10. Well she’s a rescue I got when 17 months and I know she had a very solitary confined upbringing; maybe too much rough reprimands, etc. My two year old follows her leader!

  11. For those of you thinking this looks like great fun having adorable puppies around; no, it’s hard work! My first golden had 12, it almost killed us! I lost 20 lbs cuz I had to come home from work at lunch to clean up poop/pee, bottle feeding the pups and rotating them around the available milk outlets, and the mess that starts as they escape one larger pen after another! Yes the most adorable dozen, but tons of work! I’m happy now to watch all other golden parents enjoy they’re grand pups now w/o jealousy! At least 5 is manageable!!!!

  12. I have 2 but they seem to trade places a lot. Rarely are the both on the bed at the same time.

  13. Give me back my dogs! Oh wait they’re both here in bed, sorry!

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