How Dogs See Themselves – IOTW Report

How Dogs See Themselves


15 Comments on How Dogs See Themselves

  1. They don’t even need to get on the porch before he’s activated.

    I like his deep loud bark. It’s effective.

    He’s a good boy that deserves every treat he gets!

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  2. My dog sees.
    Spare hands.
    Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball, Throw the ball,

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  3. Alas, my sweet Bernese Mountain Dog would have opened the door for anyone and asked them to stay awhile. He never even barked except when playing with other dogs.💞😁 But that’s okay, I have articles of self defense aplenty.

    I miss that big old sweet boy.

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  4. @Cmn¢¢guy JANUARY 25, 2023 AT 6:54 PM
    HA, that made me laugh out loud. One of the off-leash dog parks we go to, I see an older guy sitting on a bench about 50 yrds away from the main pavilion. His dog is a yellow lab. Sweet, friendly, and in love with chasing a tennis ball. My wife has been suckered into throwing the ball because of the dog’s friendliness. Other people do it too. Meanwhile, the owner sits and watches other dog owners throw that dang ball for an eternity.
    Smart guy.
    Great dog.

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  5. How is it that my two can immediately differentiate the exhaust noise from UPS, Fed Ex and Prime trucks from all others and go nuts when they enter the subdivision?

    The occasional handyman, repair service, garbage trucks or exterminators get a pass, unless they start down our sidewalk.

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  6. When my border collie Kirby sees his reflection in the glass door in front of my fireplace, he goes bonkers thinking that it’s another dog. His favorite thing is to run up and down along my backyard chain link fence and bark at everything that moves, people, cars, trucks etc. and to watch planes flying overhead. He’s a fast little booger that I call Lightning and Speedy. I can hardly wait until the birds come back this Spring and feed at my bird feeder and dip themselves off in the birdbath. He’s gonna try and herd them just like he will my grandkids.

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  7. My mini Schnauzer was a doorbell.
    Anyone approached the front door, before they would ring the bell or knock on the door……he’d let us know someone was there.
    How I miss that boy.
    There’s a hole in my life.

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  8. It’s a breath of fresh air from the horror soon coming upon our country and the world called “The Biden-Obama World War Three”.

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