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    Just wondering does anyone elses dog do this. all my other dogs when going to poop will do a little sort of dance and then go. Coco is different he doesnt do the dance but he has to have his backside firmly against something like a trunk of a tree, a bush anything as long as his bum is against it.
    Does anyone now why he would do this. It sure makes cleaning up after him difficullt.

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    No! A simple doggy dance here!
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    I have one dancer (who can't have a whole poop in one place!) and one bush hugger!
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    My sister's male dog does it all th time when they go for a walk.
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    A whole load of mine like to do the "twirl" but little Bella has do a "moonwalk" on her back legs with her front paws up on the fence before she can "perform" TOO FUNNY!
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    3 Dancers here....allthough Jake usually heads off into the really long grass where no one can see him.....I think he must like some privacy in these ahem......delicate moments
    Ryan, Lisa, and Kieran....our 3 cavaliers Lucy, Megan and Charlie and Jake the Lab all sadly now crossed over the rainbow bridge Belle our Staffie, Grace our Greyhound and Max our little rascle.

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    Barney does a dance then a scrub with his feet when he is finished.

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    Cupcake likes to do the potty twirl also. It's funny to watch. :P
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    my one is a dancer

    But I do remember a lab over my park that would run around all the trees till he found the right one and then stand with his back to the tree and jump into a doggie style handstand and poo up the tree.

    Has to be one of the funniest things I have seen over the park.
    Davy, SinE&Ella
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    Ruby's a dancer....she always has her tail straight out and runs all over the place before going. Unfortunately, she only likes to go in the grass by a very busy street with her behind pointed at the road for all to see. It's like a laxative for her or something. She also kicks around alot when she's finished.....very funny to watch!
    Jessica, mom to Ruby, 1 yr. old blenheim

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