Zoe is usually lying down by my husband, waiting for any handout.
She just patiently waits...quietly.
Linda and ZoŽ, the Umlaut
They are like bookends..waiting, drooling
Parker still needs to learn his manners while we're at the table, so he's crated.
Wes would merely lie on the floor beside me, usually snoozing.
Kelrobin Cleveland Street Denizen, CGC, RN [Parker]
"Dear George: Remember, no man is a failure who has friends. Thanks for the wings. Love, Clarence" -- IAWL Screenplay (1946)
Buck lays beside hubby and waits for something. He knows he will not get any from me. Sometimes he will make groaning noises just to let us know he is still waiting. He isn't so patient when he is waiting for pizza bones.
Mandy lays patiently (for the most part) at Mitchell's feet, knowing eventually something will fall.
I always say if you have children you need to have a dog. Floors are so much cleaner...minus the hair of course!
Melissa; mommy to Mitchell and fur baby Mandy
Patiently waiting for our 6 year old to finish. ALWAYS crumbs, many crumbs actually. 6 year old's are way messier at eating than labs.
Bella is either in the family room on her bed or on the couch, or she is upstairs (actually she's been upstairs more often lately). She always comes downstairs right after we've finished eating. She knows that she will always get something (maybe just her pill in a liver treat, but sometimes a little chicken and/or veggies).
That would depend where the dinner is being eaten.. if I'm eating at home, Saba doesn't care. He might come over once to sniff around the table looking up as if "what ya go?" but then he leaves me alone knowing he won't get anything.
If we're at my parents' house, he's usually either under the dining room table, or sitting next to my dad or my mom - the 2 suckers that give in (bad, bad!!). And if I tell him to lie down or go away, he hides behind their chairs. They are terrible fur-grandparents... no discipline at all.
Bailey doesn't beg except at breakfast for a piece of cheese. Nellie has her head in my lap or on top of the table drooling. LOL
The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated. -- Gandhi