Please welcome Paislee

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Re: Please welcome Paislee

Postby FranW » 14 Nov 2012, 15:03

Aw, what a cute pooch in your avatar!
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Re: Please welcome Paislee

Postby Athena » 14 Nov 2012, 18:13

Hey Paislee,
nice to meet you.
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Re: Please welcome Paislee

Postby wildlx » 14 Nov 2012, 21:19

Welcome, Paislee!
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Re: Please welcome Paislee

Postby Proofrdr » 14 Nov 2012, 23:55

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Re: Please welcome Paislee

Postby paislee » 15 Nov 2012, 10:29

Thanks again for the welcome everyone - this is a pretty cool hangout :). And thanks Fran - is she not the cutest dog ever? Naughty as anything, but she gets away with it as you can see by the fact that she's allowed to hang out on the dining table lol ... really that's only because we never eat there - it's my office ;)
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Re: Please welcome Paislee

Postby FranW » 16 Nov 2012, 06:36

Holy crap! Our dog is utterly naughy too, but.... OMG, the mental image of our dog on the dining room table is enough to make me hit the fainting couch.
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Re: Please welcome Paislee

Postby PaulaO » 16 Nov 2012, 09:44

We had a deaf Damnation, um, Dalmatian. We got her when she was about 6 mos. from a bad situation (she was living in the bathroom of a trailer home). We were told she 'gets up on the counters'. We figured they meant she puts her feet up. Noooo, it meant she really got up there and walked around.

We came home many times to find her sound asleep on the kitchen table. We found footprints in the sink. And once a foot print inside an upper cabinet. Still not sure how she did that one.
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Re: Please welcome Paislee

Postby paislee » 18 Nov 2012, 04:43

LOL - she "gets up on the counters" eh? I love it! My dog would, if she could figure out how to do it... she doesn't realize yet that she can jump up onto the couch by herself even, so she typically will "ask" when she wants up. Thank god she hasn't figured out how to get inside the cabinets yet either or she'd eat everything in the house :)
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Re: Please welcome Paislee

Postby PaulaO » 18 Nov 2012, 07:07

Yeah, Jake was scary and insane.

She ate the lower half of a light bulb. We didn't know it, we thought the missing piece had rolled under the cabinet. About a week later, she's doing her business and jumps forward several feet. I looked and there it was.

She ate all our Christmas candles and pooped red and white wax for several weeks.

She ate a can of cat food by chewing the can flat so all the stuff squished out.
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