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Speaking of poop

My dog started wrestling with another right after it had pooped and before the owner could clean up. My dog rolled right over it. Fast forward a few minutes, and she slid by my legs, leaving a smear both visible and odoriferous. Luckily I keep folded paper towels on me when I'm with the dog because I was able to wipe it off well enough that my friends didn't ditch me. Winnie the Poo got the garden hose and dish soap when we got home.
 

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Speaking of poop

My dog started wrestling with another right after it had pooped and before the owner could clean up. My dog rolled right over it. Fast forward a few minutes, and she slid by my legs, leaving a smear both visible and odoriferous. Luckily I keep folded paper towels on me when I'm with the dog because I was able to wipe it off well enough that my friends didn't ditch me. Winnie the Poo got the garden hose and dish soap when we got home.
Should of had her on a leash. 🤣
 

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Leash thing
One of my neighbors once remarked about an unleashed dog. It was a big but very gentle neighborhood dog and I asked her why the fuss.
She said an off leash dog once bit her as a child and she can't shake being afraid of unleashed dogs unless she knows them.
While I don't feel the same way, I get why she was scared.
Something to think about
 

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Leash thing
One of my neighbors once remarked about an unleashed dog. It was a big but very gentle neighborhood dog and I asked her why the fuss.
She said an off leash dog once bit her as a child and she can't shake being afraid of unleashed dogs unless she knows them.
While I don't feel the same way, I get why she was scared.
Something to think about
I'm responsible for my dogs behavior, but not other people's phobias. But I do have a command to get her to disregard people or dogs whose body language suggests they'd rather be left alone.

Also, the woman who accosted me with unsolicited legal advice had a dog bigger than mine.
 

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It really works well. She really likes it to the point she won’t drink out of it if it’s not fountaining but will sit there staring at it until you make it a fountain again. She is a pathetic girl.
Yeah, he comes and finds me and screams until I fill it. Even though he drinks out of the bowl part of it, not even the fountain-y part.

Just another thing he does to justify his non-politically correct moniker. The kids call him 'Roo-tarded.
 

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Yeah, he comes and finds me and screams until I fill it. Even though he drinks out of the bowl part of it, not even the fountain-y part.

Just another thing he does to justify his non-politically correct moniker. The kids call him 'Roo-tarded.
Ours is a Norwegian Forest cat. She is really, really dumb. My sister had one of the same breed and hers was dumb too. I’ve heard it’s pretty common for that type of cat.
 

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Ours is a Norwegian Forest cat. She is really, really dumb. My sister had one of the same breed and hers was dumb too. I’ve heard it’s pretty common for that type of cat.

He's actually a pretty smart cat, also a klutz, a derp, and a bit too much kitten sometimes. His basic logic is weak, but his problem solving skills are on point. If he were a kid I'd say he's book smart, not street smart.
 
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