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Security test, lol

Discussion in 'Doberman Talk and Discussions' started by Gelcoater, Apr 13, 2020.

  1. Gelcoater

    Gelcoater Expert ThreadCrapper $ Premium Subscriber $ Hot Topics Subscriber

    So Millie was bored about noon
    Rocky napping.
    She wandered it back.
    As she did I went out front and around the side if the house to the side gate.

    In the amount of time it took me to do that she had gone out back and back into the garage.

    I scrape my fingernails against the side gate. She poked her head out the open door to look.
    I can see her through the cracks.


    I snort through my nose.

    She goes off in epic :dobe: fashion.
    Her bark is different than past Dobermans. It’s more of a bey. Several barks condensed into one long sinister bark.


    I pull the chord to open the gate, and open it an inch.
    She pops off again. This time slamming her front paws into the gate. Shutting it.
    And more :machinegun:

    Apparently she has 0% backdown.
    Lol.

    Security test...pass. :)
     
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  2. JanS

    JanS DCF Owner Administrative Staff Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

    Good girl Millie!
     
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  3. Oh Little Oji

    Oh Little Oji Formerly Tad Hot Topics Subscriber $ Forum Donor $

    I forgot to reply to this thread!

    I am so impressed with Millie and I keep finding over and over that this breed of ours, even though the specimens vary in a lot of ways, seems to pretty consistently deliver watch dog abilities!
     
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  4. Gelcoater

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    It’s pretty amazing really.
    It seems they also consistently consider vacuum cleaners some sort of evil:D
     
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  5. Gelcoater

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    Millie drew first blood, lol
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    And yes by stained hand. I’ve been working:cool:
    After I get home it’s time to mosh!!
    Rocky has his ball.
    Millie.
    She has this tire (tyre for you Brits:D)
    She likes to tug
    And she has some tug for a lighter weight girl!:eek:
     
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  6. Gelcoater

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    I must have done something right here.
    She’s a little over one year old. And panting and looking happy :)
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  7. jazzies mum

    jazzies mum Hot Topics Subscriber

    Doesn't take much contact to get the "claret" flowing. One overenthusiastic grab and................ouch!

    Millie is looking really well and her blue coat looks sleek and healthy. Really beautiful. :thumbsup2:
     
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  8. Gelcoater

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    Today’s adventure.
    Both dogs are inside napping, enjoying the A/C
    I’m out in the garage, looking at my phone during “down time”
    The side door open, in my peripheral vision I see a small dark figure.

    A squirrel! :mad:
    He came under the fence, stopped at the door and is looking at me, looking at him.
    I yell out Millie! Come!

    He cocks his head, has the “ohhh shit!” look on his face.
    Turns to leave.
    No dogs come??

    So I yell again.
    Rocky! Get that M:censored:!!!!!

    The sound of growling... the sound of paws trying to gain traction on hard laminate floors:spit:
    Both come busting out the dog door. And run the wrong way???:whoop:

    So I point at the ground at my feet.
    Both go into sleuth mode.
    Then, :mad::dobe::dobe:

    Now they decided they are hanging out right by the door:thumbsup:
     
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  9. jazzies mum

    jazzies mum Hot Topics Subscriber

    :spit: They must both have been way down in a deep sleep. Sometimes you just can't get them pointed in the right direction! Bet they loved the squirrel scent in THEIR territory!
     
  10. Rnrgyrl

    Rnrgyrl Hot Topics Subscriber


    I was wondering about that. The last time I had Dobermans was in my 20s and in college and I had a pair of them they were sisters. But they never barked much but when they did it was a choppy type of bark. So now with my new boy it’s a beyying type like he sounds like a hound dog !
     
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  11. Gelcoater

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    Broken screen door.
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    Millie outside sniffing around came up to the door and could see a person on the other side, but can’t see who.

    I sort of grunted with an exhale and she started barking, while standing on her back paws only.
    I did it again, and she came straight through that screen door after me.:eek:
    :dobe:
     
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  12. JanS

    JanS DCF Owner Administrative Staff Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

    LOL that can happen if they're sound asleep.

    Just today Albert was laying by the top of the steps on the deck when I saw him jump up and go on alert. When I looked to see what alerted him it was a very stupid squirrel coming up the steps, but then froze in place. LOL
     

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