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Dozer isn't very good at hiding the evidence.

 

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Stick! What's the big deal? Wait until that is a bird feather, a bunny's ear, or a squirrel's tail sticking out of his mouth.
 

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Oh! I forgot. Wait until you see that look on his face, know he has something he shouldn't in his mouth, you can't see any sign of what it may be, and you have to pry that mouth open with your hands to find...... worm, cricket, decaying bird, rabbit head, your underwear, ..... insert what you would like to not find in there.
 

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Dozer is adorable!! Look at that face :D

Oh! I forgot. Wait until you see that look on his face, know he has something he shouldn't in his mouth, you can't see any sign of what it may be, and you have to pry that mouth open with your hands to find...... worm, cricket, decaying bird, rabbit head, your underwear, ..... insert what you would like to not find in there.
I took a condom (used) out of Jake's mouth once at the park ::hurk:: We don't walk there anymore - and we brushed up on his "drop it" after that.
 

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See below... :) We had a bad storm last night and at the park this morning several branches were down. It was hilarious seeing Harley try to move one the size of a small tree... ;)
 

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What is it about dogs and sticks, wood chips, lumber pieces, etc?? :eek:

I can completely understand the fetch routine with a stick or smallist branch but our two girls love to just crunch down on anything wood. Thankfully it is not our furniture but outside it is like "katy bar the door" if there is wood to be had. Any clues?? :confused:
 

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What is it about dogs and sticks, wood chips, lumber pieces, etc?? :eek:

I can completely understand the fetch routine with a stick or smallist branch but our two girls love to just crunch down on anything wood. Thankfully it is not our furniture but outside it is like "katy bar the door" if there is wood to be had. Any clues?? :confused:
True...or walnuts!! Sadie has chewed and cracked them for years!! It's a wonder she still has teeth.
 

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Oh! I forgot. Wait until you see that look on his face, know he has something he shouldn't in his mouth, you can't see any sign of what it may be, and you have to pry that mouth open with your hands to find...... worm, cricket, decaying bird, rabbit head, your underwear, ..... insert what you would like to not find in there.
I'm old hat at those types of removals. LOL Worms and crickets don't bother me, but a gross nasty dead something ... yuck! He'll be trained "leave it" to the same degree as Cybil. Hopefully he'll catch on as well as she did and the "leave it" command will be a moot point. :D
 

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GORGEOUS --- I would FRAME that picture and put it on my desk at work. It's just so adorable!!!!!!!!!

And we have had the dog trying to pull a stick twice as long as her down the yard... and then proceed to try and figure out how to get it inside ... bwahahaha.... that was the funniest thing I'd see in years!!!!!
 
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