Winston’s answer is what I was going to say. :) Mine don’t pause at all when they see a rabbit in the yard – the one instantly charges, and the other runs inside (which is hilarious).
Yeah, got to love the guilty look and/or the hiding in the corner.
Thankfully, both of my current doggies are the Oblivious ones. The one is a singer, but only at sirens. However, I’ve had a Freaker in the past, she had to be given tranqs for thunderstorms or for potential fireworks.
I voted for Hank and he won that election easily.
Their ball is floating in the pond. Obviously none of them are water dogs.
Ah, yes. ;) She was a 3-4 year old red heeler mix, to be more accurate.
Yeah, my wife hates that term, JPayne. And I had more respect for my mother growing up (and now) to ever refer to her as my “old lady”.
We’ve fostered a feral adult that was trapped, so no shelter time at all. Took her a couple of weeks to lower her guard for us (mild brag, my wife and I are VERY good with dogs), but it was over a month before she stopped growling at our dogs. However, within 3 months, she was playing with abandon (after my girl pup taught her about playing, anyway). It was extremely rewarding to see her blossom from a suspicious, scared pooch into a loving, playful girl that we found a wonderful home for.
I like it too, but not for professional documents.
That’s been around for quite some time, still good to watch! There’s another with a dog pulling another out of a river, and one with one dog grabbing onto the stick in another dog’s mouth and using that to flip him out of a rushing stream.