Well, after a year and over eight months, Duke had his first "hanger" this morning. I would have assisted, if necessary (really) but after a few walking squats he managed to "free" himself. I wish I had the camera out for this though. His expression was like "yikes, it's STILL there".
Funny. Abby just freezes in squat positon, stares at me, and waits for me to notice. Ernie comes running for immediate assistance.
Abby, Blk Lab, born 12-15-05
Taco, Beagle, gotcha 1-15-09
Ernie - Y-Farms Honest Ernesto, CGC, Blk Lab, born 10-4-09
Dylan runs away from his rear with his back legs underneath his front legs - as far away from his rear as possible !
They can't seem to realise that their backside is following them !
Fanny has never had one!
Eddie gets this look, what the heck? Then, when he lets me get near him to help him, he looks at me - What the heck are you doing? As he twists himself into a pretzel to try and see what is back there and perhaps get it out. I normally end up grabbing his tail to make him stand still, then he trots off like nothing happend when I am done. Thankfully it doesn't happen often!
Sedona has only had a few when she was a puppy and totally freaked out. She is the type who passes gas and then stares at her butt like what the heck was that! Keegan has only had one; she has recently decided she doesn't care for someone watching her do her business, although I watch her through the window.
It is really funny how they react
Isn't it great to have a sister