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    This morning Spike and I woke up at the same time (usually he sleeps late), and so he came into the study with me here and laid in his dog bed while I was here at the computer. Well, he gets out of his bed and looks at me and sneezes. That means he wants something. He wants to go outside potty, he wants to play, he wants food, he wants...something.

    So I say, "Do you want to go potty?" He didn't sneeze or do a 360 spin. That usually means "No, I don't have to potty" if he doesn't sneeze or do a 360 spin. But I headed for the door anyway and he usually only runs ahead of me when he has to potty. HE didn't run ahead of me so that was the second hint he didn't have to go out. He ran to the bathroom. I said, "Uh, ok." And walked back to the study. What would the dog want in the bathroom? He came back and stood by his bed and sneezed and made a whine again. I follow him to the bathroom. I finally figure it out. The bathroom is small, and it is warm. It's an ICE BOX in this study room. So I grab his bed and lay it on the bathroom floor (not much room) and he jumps in and has been there for an hour. I guess he communicated pretty well what he wanted. Good thing Mom understands because Papa wouldn't have caught on. He wanted to lay in the bathroom where it is warm, but he wanted his DOG BED in there too, lol.

    Tammy in Utah
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  • #2
    Too funny

    I love that. My lab is too dumb do do anyting but look at me, but diamie will start to "woo" when she wants something and when you finally say what it is, she runs to it. Although, if they are in their crates and I don't go right to them when I get home my lab starts to howl like a wolf lol
    If your dog is fat, you are not getting enough exercise!

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    • #3
      Spikey the communicator...

      It is so amazing how your dog can communicate with you and might I say train you.

      My husband wouldn't have got the hint either. It takes special powers to be able to commincate with another lifeform.

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      • #4
        I always knew was a smart little guy. It's good that Mom takes the time to listen to here little boy.

        My St. Poo, Maggy, will walk to the back door and just stand there. I guess she figures if she stands there long enough someone will pay attention to her and let her out, and it is usually me.
        "There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face."
        Diane

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        • #5
          LOL! That was too funny! We have a choc lab/chesapeake mix who is a tad people spoiled. He's used to having someone sit/lay on the floor in the evening (either dad/brother in living room watching tv or me in kitchen talking to mom) and he wants to chew on a bone in their lap. He complains rather vocally if we're not up to snuff in routine.

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          • #6
            Way to cute,
            My dogs like the bathroom because it has the heated tile floors but they sure would not have wanted their bed. you go in there and the 4 mops are streached out with bellies touching the tile its Dogs are a lot smarter than alot of people give them credit for.
            "Whoever Said That Money Can't Buy Happiness Forgot About Puppies"
            Nancy

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            • #7
              Hahaha. that is so cute. At least Spikey gets out of bed. On my days off, I get up and Nicci, (my Jack) stays in bed under the covers till like noontime. Lazy

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              • #8
                How many of you have pets that talk, in english..lol My last siamese said Momma, Mommy, and out..He was the best! The longer he waited at the door the longer he would drag out the word, "OOOOOOUUUUUTTTTT"

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                • #9
                  Otto (Great Dane) walks over and flips your arm off the keyboard if he wants to go out and you haven't noticed or acknowledged his pathetic pleading looks. If you still don't get the hint he'll fart.

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                  • #10
                    Absolutely Adorable!

                    How adorable! Spike is a too cute! He's like Lassie in a tiny Yorkie body!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Kim in SD View Post
                      How many of you have pets that talk, in english..lol My last siamese said Momma, Mommy, and out..He was the best! The longer he waited at the door the longer he would drag out the word, "OOOOOOUUUUUTTTTT"
                      In her yourger days. I swear to dog this is true. Diamie used to say F-you. My hubby tought her that. Cause he used to say it so much.
                      If your dog is fat, you are not getting enough exercise!

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                      • #12
                        Three mornings a week I'm up at 4ish-my Dad is a dialysis patient. I sometimes let the gang out if they need to go. On the days that I get to sleep in until 6ish if Catherine-Queen-of-the-World needs to go out she'll hover over me in the bed until I wake up. Anyone remember the old "Peanuts" cartoon where Snoopy was doing the buzzard imitation? That's what she does trying to wake me up LOL!!

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                        • #13
                          LOL Tammy. Oli sneezes when he wants something too. And if he has to poo, he sneezes a lot.

                          About dogs talking; my brindle bull terrier would say Mama. My dachshund, Ronda said her name. My neighbors have a pug that says "Dammit. Dammit." and he sounds like Elmer Fudd. Oli doesn't say anything. He's not very vocal. But he does find ways to tell us what he wants.

                          Oli also does the Snoopy buzzard look. And he does the Happy Snoopy Dance. He sits up and does this little tap dance with his back feet. He's not standing on his back legs (they aren't that long anyway), he's sitting on his haunches, and tapping his feet. It's too funny.

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                          • #14
                            That's so funny because my dog does the "fake sneeze" whenever he get's excited. If he has to go potty, he will stand right in front of me and stare at me dead on with the most serious look on his face. I'll say "What?" and he will step backwards still staring at me and do his little sneeze. Then when I say "you have to go potty?" he starts jumping up and down before he runs to the door, then jumping at the door untill I open it. I love how dogs communictae, it's almost like a little puzzle, we have to do to figure out what they're trying to tell us...kinda fun!

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                            • #15
                              dogs

                              my lil dachshund puppy who is 8 months old, named Wiggle Lee, will come and hit my with both front feet when he wants something and barks at me..then I have to figure it out...

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