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Throat Whistle

Discussion in 'Doberman Talk and Discussions' started by jack6hd, Nov 6, 2019.

  1. Tropicalbri's

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    I really wish I had that on video. It was pitiful and funny to watch poor Bogie try to get away from Golda. :D

     
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  2. Oh Little Oji

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    Oh, that is amazing! Wish HE (sorry) could be in the room with my girl playing violin! It could be an act!
     
  3. Tropicalbri's

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    That would be awesome. I call him the singing Dobermann because he will try to vocalize when I play my guitar. Even the African Grey parrot will get in on the harmony. It’s quite entertaining. Lol

    When I play the piano he just lays by my feet almost as if it soothes him. I have two birds that like to sing and will happily sing when I play piano, especially if I play Evita. Panama will sing to it.
    I guess he likes Andrew Lloyd Webber because anytime I play it he will start singing. Nothing like an operatic bird. Hahahaha
     
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  4. Liberty & Justice

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    I get a high pitch whine that may sound like a whistle....... Ahhh the whine
     
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  5. Viemarangelrock

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    It’s the grunting that gets me! :rofl:
     
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  6. GennyB

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    Not sure that would help. I didn't pick them. I didn't even real realize whining was a thing with this breed until @Kaiser2016 (I think?) said something and others jumped in. As far as swimming, I think that's a lifestyle thing. Being around, in and on water is just part of their lives and they make the best of it. We've always had a pond and they learn quickly that is a great place to cool off. We also have a couple of boats, they are in the boat on the water as soon as possible. They just learn to do what we do.
    Drake was my #1 water dog. He LOVED it! When Gigi came along at almost 4 years old, she didn't have any experience around water and was a bit a hesitant at first. She watched Drake plow right in so she followed and learned to love it.
     
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  7. Kaiser2016

    Kaiser2016 Active Member

    Haha, I certainly do a good amount of complaining about the noises coming from these Dober devils :D Such a regal yet scary looking animal but it whines like a bitch! :spit:

    Grunting, sighing, lol, too much noise!
     
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