I just wanted to share this funny story about Jett that happened on Sunday night. Well hubby was asleep on the couch and Jett was in his bed in the lounge. I got up to go into the kitchen to wash a couple of dinner dishes. I heard Jett get up, but didn't really pay him any attention, then suddenly I heard this wff wff, like he wanted to bark, but didn't want to let out a big huge WOOF. And I turned around to find him looking sideways up at the wall unit cupboard with tail between legs and ears back. He came into the kitchen which he knows is forbidden, he jumped on the couch which he knows is forbidden too. I was curious to find out what his problem was. So he was circling the room. I checked the front door to make sure nobody was there ( I thought maybe this was his first security bark!!) - nobody was there!...
So I had a look at the cabinet, and picked up a small yellow teddy I had sitting on the bottom shelf. And he went OFF. I found the problem. So to help him overcome his fear of the tiny teddy, I started talking to it in a high pitch voice and trying to show him it was ok etc etc etc. I squatted down with it on my lap, and Jett came slowly closer and closer to sniff and suss it all out. Then by the end of the whole ordeal, he picked teddy up and ran to his bed with it, then it was the trouble of enticing Jett to give the teddy back now that he'd made a new toy teddy monster friend.
So that was my adolescent teenage dog story!!
LOL, they can be such big babies.
That teddy bear must have been lookin' at him!
LOL! Sounds like he made a new friend (or found a new toy )
Teresa, mom to Brigetta and Prudence
He must have heard about the English doberman, forced to defend himself against a horde of antique teddies... ;D
He was being carefulLOL, they can be such big babies.
Wonder how many dead animals are out there cos they weren't ??
He's not to know that Teddy is unarmed ( He probably will be in a few days LOL )