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Sat Aug 25, 2018, 01:05 PM

Boog a clueless dog with a lot of love and ZZ Top

My heads in Mississippi the verse , I was stumbling thru a parking lot of a invisible 7-11. That is the boog asking what am I doing out here so clueless.

He makes me smile out of all the puppies that day at my friends house he attached himself to our son. And our son was 5 years old at the time dad can we keep him. I looked at our son no way I could say no and eight years later.

So I get home from a New Jersey turn only been gone for like 12 hours. Walk through the door and I get man your home ear licks climbing on my lap. Rub my butt man scratch it boog dogs love butt scratches. I love you man I love my family we’re a pack. You can’t beat love from a boog dog big heart and ear licks.

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Reply Boog a clueless dog with a lot of love and ZZ Top (Original post)
TEB Aug 2018 OP
Ohiogal Aug 2018 #1
stevil Aug 2018 #2
Cracklin Charlie Aug 2018 #3
shenmue Aug 2018 #4
BigmanPigman Aug 2018 #5
Bayard Aug 2018 #6
BigmanPigman Aug 2018 #7

Response to TEB (Original post)

Sat Aug 25, 2018, 01:08 PM

1. Is there any better welcome

than what your dog gives you when you've been gone 12 hours? They love it when all of their pack is together again.

Even if, after all the fanfare, it ends up with "scratch my butt" ....

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Response to TEB (Original post)

Sat Aug 25, 2018, 01:18 PM

2. I know

Butt scratches, belly rubs, treats, food water and hugs.

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Response to TEB (Original post)

Sat Aug 25, 2018, 01:31 PM

3. Good boy, Boog!

My dogs do that to my husband if he goes out to his truck to retrieve something. Comes back to tails waggin, and hop on pop. They so dorky.

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Response to TEB (Original post)

Sat Aug 25, 2018, 02:13 PM

4. Pikshers plz k thx

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Response to TEB (Original post)

Sat Aug 25, 2018, 02:54 PM

5. When I first got my dog I was afraid of her when I got home

at first. She would great me with 1,000,000% excitement but she also showed all her teeth and her gums...like when they are really mean and ready to attack. I told my mom and she said, "She's smiling" and she was! That made sense and it was true, I had never seen that reaction from my other dogs in the past.

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Response to BigmanPigman (Reply #5)

Sat Aug 25, 2018, 03:20 PM

6. I have one that grins too

We adopted her in Feb. At first, she was subdued and frightened. Then the grinning thing started later--what the hell? But then noticed the rest of her body language....wiggling all over and tail wagging! Its funny.

I've just started trying to run a little bit again. My big lame Bear (surgery in May) comes out to the road with me, and lays at the gate watching the whole time. When I come back in, its like I've been gone 10 hours instead of 10 minutes. Happy Happy, Joy Joy!

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Response to Bayard (Reply #6)

Sat Aug 25, 2018, 04:23 PM

7. That is why I prefer dogs to people...

unconditional love and so silly! How could you find a better, more loyal friend?

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