Tsuki was staring at me out of the crate with a seriously peeved look on his face. DOH! I had told him to go in there so I could supervise something he was chewing and I forgot to tell him he could comeback out!

This was his day for peeved expressions since he went all the way to the herding with us and didn't even get a turn.

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Tsuki was staring at me out of the crate with a seriously peeved look on his face. DOH! I had ... for peeved expressions since he went all the way to the herding with us and didn't even get a turn.

I miss peeved looks. I know it probably sounds insane but Pebbles was great with relaying moods via eye contact. She could all but rip a person to shreds with her "peeved" look. Fancy can't do that. She has to make noises and physically act out her drama.

Tara
Tsuki was staring at me out of the crate with ... the herding with us and didn't even get a turn.

I miss peeved looks. I know it probably sounds insane but Pebbles was great with relaying moods via eye contact. ... shreds with her "peeved" look. Fancy can't do that. She has to make noises and physically act out her drama.

I get more of the "longsuffering" looks than the peeved looks. I wouldn't go so far as to make my dogs suffer just to see the looks, but sometimes it's tempting. Drama queens!
Sammie brought in a dead mouse when he came back from his potty break this morning. The girls went shrieking crazy. Sammie was parading around like he'd killed Goliath and the other dogs were trying to get in on the action. When I made everyone down stay and Sammie drop the mouse so we could dispose of critters and minimize chaos, I got a whole bunch of longsuffering looks and one very very peeved look. But at least my daughters were happy with me.

Paula
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I get more of the "longsuffering" looks than the peeved looks. I wouldn't go so far as to make my dogs suffer just to see the looks, but sometimes it's tempting. Drama queens!

Sassy does Poor Pitiful Pearl extremely well - Oscar-worthy performances. She even continues it when she is being held and cuddled. Ears back, most miserable looking dog you've even seen. She works it very well.

It took me months to realize that she wasn't at all unhappy. She just knew how to work the look.
Now "disgusted" is Spenser's forte. He hurumps and stalks off better than any dog I've ever known.
~~Judy
I miss peeved looks. I know it probably sounds insane ... has to make noises and physically act out her drama.

I get more of the "longsuffering" looks than the peeved looks. I wouldn't go so far as to make my dogs suffer just to see the looks, but sometimes it's tempting. Drama queens!

I was usually a good human in that I only got the peeved look for vet visits and when I brought a new foster home. BUT the fosters suffered mightily. Pebbles would peg them with her evil eye and just keep doing it. She could keep it up for hours, turning a new foster Boxer into a confused (and sometimes quivering) mass of fear. I think she was just evil enough to do it on purpose once she learned the effect.

Tara