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Featured It's a Dobie thing!

Discussion in 'Doberman Talk and Discussions' started by Gretchen_Red, Feb 18, 2015.

  1. Kaiser2016

    Kaiser2016 Active Member

    That's what happens when you stop tucking her in lol.

     
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  2. Tropicalbri's

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    @Viemarangelrock Absolutely!! It is very frustrating for me but I have to remake it and hope it lasts for at least an hour!
    With these two I have to pick my battles.
    :mad: :bat:
     
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  3. Kaiser2016

    Kaiser2016 Active Member

    I don't know you deal with it. :scratch:
     
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  4. Rocky2017

    Rocky2017 Member

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  6. Scotland.dobe

    Scotland.dobe New Member

    Didn't want to start a new thread so may have been posted here before but is anyone's Doberman half kangaroo I did a bit of boxing when I was younger but it's like fighting Tyson here is it normal haha
     
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  7. Rebel

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    Mine Does This When I tell her the down command !
     
  8. Rebel

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    Mine Is Also Very, Very Vocal. And I don't mean barking.
     
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  9. Oh Little Oji

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    When ascending or descending stairs together, your Dobe will cut you off, walking diagonally in front of you.
     
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  10. Kaiser2016

    Kaiser2016 Active Member

    This is such a cat thing lol.

    Without telling me, my hb taught K to always be behind us, like door manners. In my mind, being behind us is a dangerous place for him to be because he can knock us down if he felt there was need to bypass us.
     
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  11. GOD'S GRACE

    GOD'S GRACE Notable member

    As the saying goes, Grace gives me at least one flat tire per day!
     
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  12. Oh Little Oji

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    :cus::cus::furious: I don't take kindly to my Dobe doing that, and they definitely will. I wear flip flops around the house and it can actually damage them.
     
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  13. Oh Little Oji

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    Yes, actually I really don't like it when Oji starts out behind me when we descend stairs. Our staircase is probably steeper than would meet today's codes. I definitely have our daughter get to the bottom of the stairs before allowing Oji to go down them.
     
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  14. DN2017

    DN2017 Member

    This made me giggle. They are such freaking weirdos:D...
     
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  15. Regalis

    Regalis Notable member

    I just don't let the dogs up stairs ;) ours are pretty steep, too. Totally normal for the age of house. The only times I take them upstairs is for baths and I make them go in front of me. I have enough issues with setps without a dogs intereference :p
     
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  16. GOD'S GRACE

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    I feel your pain... I either wear sandals or flips and I have scares all over to prove it...funny thing is when she is in front she will never step on them, only from behind?? Maybe I need a bumper cam!
     
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  17. DN2017

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    I didnt read the whole topic but does it sound familiar when I say that Ace doesnt wag his tail a lot? He does act happy, dances around and comes cuddling enthousiasticly but he doesnt wag his little tail often. Maybe once a day, if not less. Is it a Dobie thing?
     
  18. Oh Little Oji

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    Yeah, they're not wiggly waggly dogs. Does yours have a full tail? I forget. I will get situation-appropriate slow wagging of Oji's little nub. Rarely, it is a fast wag.
     
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  19. GOD'S GRACE

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    Grace's Nub does go back and forth, but not like dogs...very slow....However, if it's up watch out, she's in snipper mode looking to protect...straight out she's just curious...if it goes down she is being submissive.
     
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  20. Kaiser2016

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    I'm surprised at the answers so far. This needs to be its own thread!

    Kaiser's nub wiggles a lot when he sees me and first thing in the morning when we "release the beast". The craziest wiggles are with toys. Kaiser is all about balls so any ball being given to him will start the tail going. Of course, he also wiggled his tail when the cat would gate fight him. There is a video of that in my CBD oil thread.
     
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