Do all doods do this

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Do all doods do this

Post by Doodle Dee » 17 Apr 2014, 18:06

Sit and wait for someone to play ball

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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by Ally doodle » 17 Apr 2014, 18:13

:lol: :lol: that's hilarious I love the look of disgust that your obviously taking way to long to get the hint :D

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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by Liz!! » 17 Apr 2014, 18:38

Yes, exactly that look!

Sometimes it's a row of soft toys waiting to be tug-of-warred!
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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by DiSet » 17 Apr 2014, 20:12

Yes but not for toy playing. Kip usually comes and sits in front of us when its time for a chew, needs a wee, wants a walk etc. Its his way of saying please. :D

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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by Ianto! » 17 Apr 2014, 20:29

:lol: Ianto does this with (P@H) Grunty Pig in his face, when he's had his dinner and wants to go and lie on the OH's chair in the front room! :D So cute...
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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by DiSet » 17 Apr 2014, 21:23

... Grunty Pig :?: Going to go and google it :)

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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by Ianto! » 17 Apr 2014, 21:39

Soz DiSet,
It's the big grey piggy - I call him 'Grunty Pig' as I've named all his toys (the small pink piggy is PinkyWinky... :oops: ) - it's so I can ask him to bring a particular toy... The pigs are Ianto's favourites. Sadly, I can't let him too near the ducks nowadays as they sound so similar!
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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by EstelleB » 17 Apr 2014, 22:41

Tia will bring the ball to each of us in turn until someone gives in! If she wants to play tug-of-war and we are chilling, she comes and grumbles at us, it is as though she is trying to talk!
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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by swardie » 18 Apr 2014, 08:05

Yes, I know that look ! Dex uses it to say'where's my breakfast/lunch/dinner'!! :lol:

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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by oakesr » 18 Apr 2014, 09:21

When Roma wants to play she starts by bringing a toy in her mouth and standing in front of you, tail wagging furiously. If this doesn't work she proceeds to nudging you with said toy. If you still don't co-operate the last resort is dropping the toy into your lap and then staring at you :lol:

Standing, staring is also the communication for "I want to go out" "it's 5.15pm, where's my tea?" and "why haven't I been for a walk yet?"
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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by DiSet » 18 Apr 2014, 10:48

These doods have us well trained don't they?! :lol:

Kip likes to kill his soft toys once or twice a day - his favourite is his seal - it looked fluffy and cute once but now is a mucky, smelly thing. :oops:

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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by MillieTheDoodle » 18 Apr 2014, 12:43

Haha, Millie doesn't just sit there and wait for you to throw the ball!!! She throws the ball at you to throw it! Literally, she holds onto the fuzz of the tennis ball, then bobs her head and let's go, which sends it flying into your face every time!!! She even does it to Cass bless her!

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Our doods are mad :lol:

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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by BEE BEE » 18 Apr 2014, 20:10

Yes if Ziggy brings the ball and we ignore him he put's it in your lap :lol: Bowie will run off with the ball. If we are playing Ziggy will bring the ball back and drop it at your feet. Bowie comes to you but will not drop it, You have to hold his coller then he will drop it.



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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by poppygreen » 19 Apr 2014, 06:17

Poppy Green, pats my arm or shakes it gently if I ignore as though to say 'Muuum....Muuum......' then I list the usual requirements until I hit the right one..Rubby tummy? game? biscuit? garden? then I get a kiss and the waggy tail as a reward! I'm sooo well trained

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Re: Do all doods do this

Post by Mollysmom » 20 Apr 2014, 15:26

aww someone play ball with him Lol so cute.
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