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1st September 2006, 07:18 PM
Could someone remind me not to say the word walkie after a walk??
6 weeks ago Bradley didn't know any words. Now if I say "did you enjoy your walkie?" he goes bananas and expects to go out again immediately.
1st September 2006, 09:34 PM
Ah but he's such a clever boy. You could see that right from the time you picked him up :lol:
How many other ex puppy farm Cavaliers would just walk into a house and make themselves as at home as he did here & no doubt 'at home' too? :lol:
Yep *nods* one very clever boy is our Bradley :lol:
1st September 2006, 09:47 PM
I find that if you say walks my 2 dogs think it time to go again Aileen
1st September 2006, 11:10 PM
Oh yeah....we spell w-a-l-k if we are talking about it...but I think my guys have learned how to spell! :shock:
2nd September 2006, 01:04 AM
awww thats so sweet!! its good that he loves going out. If you say walkies to cookie half the time she'll turn around and go lie down back in bed lol
2nd September 2006, 02:09 AM
oh Bradley's switched on alright :)
We have an opencast mine about a mile away across the fields. He growls a grumpy good morning at the activities there every morning when he wakes up. :D
2nd September 2006, 12:58 PM
LMAO, he's a little angel without wings. I can just picture him groaning at the miners for disturbing his beauty sleep :lol:
Are his back legs getting any stronger, Fran?
On the walkies subject, Geraint and I have to talk to each other in code about a walk as our two even click on if we say 'Have they been out?' :roll:
Now we've gotten into doing actions and holding our arms out as if extended on a lead and saying yes or no???? :roll: icon_whistling Mad or what????
2nd September 2006, 01:18 PM
Merlin gets so excited about the "W" word. Even saying "Where shall we go today?" sends him into a frenzy! You'd think he never went out! icon_whistling
4th September 2006, 09:46 AM
I don't even need to say walkies, As soon as he see's me get his lead out of the draw, that's it he runs back and forth from the kitchen to the front door and back again making very strange noises as if to say "what's taking you so long, come on mother"
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