Thursday, September 27, 2012

This Dog Loves The Bed

25 comments:

bflogurl said...

Chewy?? Is that you??

sylmarillion said...

he's just playing with her...and he DOES sound like Chewbacca :)

ms_wonderland said...

The woman is just talking to the dog - and he's talking back. Cute, but she need to learn how to handle him properly. It's all in the tone of voice. Dogs need a pack leader, not a best friend. Off to puppy school!

Maja. With a J. said...

Hahaha! That dog is even more dramatic than my dog! I did not think that was possible.

Ms Cool said...

I'm loving that dog.

MISCH said...

Well he told her...

Under the Big Skyy said...

My dog pulls the same stuff while he eats. He growls ferociously at his food bowl while eating. When he was younger he would carry on to the point where he had indigestion (from swallowing too much air), to the point he was so uncomfortable he would whimper and howl out loud, after eating. There is never anything or anyone around him. He's twisted.

Elisa Ardell said...

He really does sound like Chewy.

Kara said...

My dog is a rhodesian ridgeback. He is the same way. And also extremely huge.

New Life and Attitude said...

He sounds a lot like my male dog. I call him chewy when he does that sound. And I gave up on getting them all (3 dogs & 1 cat) to move off the bed and I just get happy when I have a small section to sleep on. And I have a Cal king bed and I am small.

Mish said...

Scary. He is not playing.

Del Riser said...

Where to start. I had a Mastiff, they will mind if you are clear and calm. She gave him umpteen different commands for the same thing! Get down, get off, time to get up, and on and on.

Then she loves him up when he growls (not serious, I agree) and does not do what she wants yet again. This just reinforces the bad behavior. He thinks this is a big game.

When you own a dog this big they must mind, the first time you say it. Bad owner, bad, bad owner.

I have a Rhodesian Ridgeback now,
same thing, big tall dog. He is a rescue and he is a lovely canine citizen.

Audrey said...

Yes, poorly trained dog by a bad dog companion. Wrong tone and too many words. The dog is confused.

MrWolf said...

As a dog person, I love that dog.

As a people person, I could take or leave that girl.

NYCGirl said...

Why does he have to get off the bed? (And why does everything have to be put on YouTube?)

g.strathmore said...

That dog is so cute.

MadLyb said...

Aw. I know she loves her dog, but she has to learn to use one command, sternly if she really wants him off that bed. I suspect they both enjoy this play time and that wasn't the true aim, LOL. Adorable dog!

Amy in MI said...

Yeah it seemed like playtime. The dog was too freaking cute. But as a responsible pit bull owner, I only have to give Abby the mom look and she moves off the bed lol

mygeorgie said...

Ya, about as cute as those moms that say, "I'm gonna count to 1,000,000 and you'd better put that candy back"

Idjiot.

csproat said...

A - freaking- dorable!

Naughty behavior....really....but irresistible!

alliwholovessomuch said...

funny but yeah I think we know who owns the leash in this relationship.....being in charge of your dog-lady you are doing it wrong!

elspeth said...

I'm not the betting kind, but i'd bet a mint that no one gets in her bed unless Lincoln approves.

Yes, on the surface, it's a funny video, but owners MUST control their dogs. Maybe she has a word/term/command to use when she really wants him to move, but this video just shows 'play time'.

The bigger they are, the more important it is, but it's necessary even with the little ones. Do you remember when a former French prime minister was hospitalized after his wife's MALTESE attacked him? The PM's mistress and second family were a well-known 'secret', but perhaps the Maltese wasn't as forgiving as the wife. Or maybe the second family had a dog that the Maltese detested.

Susan said...

Couldn't agree more!

Lauren said...

Wow! Lots of Caesars in the house! It's a funny video, have a laugh!

Colleen said...

Lol !!! Good to see big scary dogs can be lovable when they want to be. He would have me wrapped around his little paw ;)