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qmzTYnZ2dnUVZ (Email Removed):
Ha! And the whole Manson family, too, I bet. The more, the merrier, after all.

I have absolutely NO doubt![/nq]My dad came out to our house today and took us out to dinner and a movie. He is the one who always sneaks food to the dogs. When he came over, Faith was sucking up to him big time until she realized he hadn't brought pizza with him as he often does. Then she ignored him. When we came back from the movies, she sucked up to him big time until she noticed I had the white styrofoam box, at which point she turned her attention and her charms to me.

I hadn't realized before that she had figured out my dad almost always has his leftovers wrapped up for our dogs or that the white boxes meant leftovers. They figure out what matters to them, that's for sure. If Charles Manson and his whole family come over with their knives packaged in white styrofoam boxes, we're screwed.

Paula
Anna and Faith went for a walk the other day and locked themselves out. So Anna rang the doorbell when ... she barked. We got a big kick out of Faith barking to warn herself to stay out of her house.

that is pretty funny
When Faith heard the doorbell, she barked. We got a big kick out of Faith barking to warn herself to stay out of her house.

Pavlov, anyone?

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I invited a guy over for dinner once a long time ago who didn't make it 3 steps in the ... had cooked was getting cold and I still couldn't get him up to come eat it. I married him. ;-)

Sounds like an excellent choice!
Hubster was all over my stand-offish one-person Chihuahua, too. It took him quite a while to win her trust, but his persistence paid off, and I married him, too.
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They figure out what matters to them, that's for sure. If Charles Manson and his whole family come over with their knives packaged in white styrofoam boxes, we're screwed.

Oppie gives a few woofs at the door, and as soon as we invite the person in, he grabs the first thing he can retrieve (a ball, a sock, an empty yogurt container) and brings it over, tail walloping legs and furniture, campaigning for skritches. Those bearing food are best, but anyone is ok.
One Halloween, he slipped out the door when we were handing out candy and accompanied the kids to the van that was waiting at the curb. Had we been less watchful, he would have happily ridden away with them.
FurPaw

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7zfYnZ2dnUVZ (Email Removed):
They figure out what matters to them, that's for sure. ... overwith their knives packaged in white styrofoam boxes, we're screwed.

Oppie gives a few woofs at the door, and as soon as we invite the person in, he grabs the ... van that was waiting at the curb. Had we been less watchful, he would have happily ridden away with them.

Well, he gave you a chance to give him your candy, but instead you were giving it all away to everyone BUT him. He figured you'd had your chance and now it was only fair for him to go off and see if he could do better with the other candy holders.
Paula
Well, he gave you a chance to give him your candy, but instead you were giving it all away to ... was only fair for him to go off and see if he could do better with the other candy holders.

Doodle would get into any car that had an open door.

This came in very handy for us because no-one else seemed to want her and when she took leave, we'd just have to find her and open the car door. She'd forget whatever hideous thing we had done to cause her to seek fame and fortune in Las Vegas and get into the car.

We normally rewarded her by not going straight back home, no matter how we felt about her behavior...

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Well, he gave you a chance to give him your ... if he could do better with the other candy holders.

Doodle would get into any car that had an open door. This came in very handy for us because no-one ... the car. We normally rewarded her by not going straight back home, no matter how we felt about her behavior...

One of Anna's friends let Molly get by her and run outside to explore the cul de sac. She was very upset because when she called Molly, she wouldn't come and she thought Molly would run away and she would be in big trouble and a dozen other horrible things. I told her to go open the car door (the car was in the driveway) and yell out to Molly, "Wanna go for a ride?" Molly ran to the car and jumped in and the friend lived happily ever after, though a lot more careful about standing around with the door open in dog households.
Paula