Oh that is SO sweet! I just adore this breed. I'd say that "dumb" one is a rarity based on what I've seen of these smart little critters. Check this video out, made me smile: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xPM0NG6PXA&feature=related
OhHai Mary! Yeah, it's amazing how they're ALL so very adorable. Same smart little cookies and with those tilty heads and froofie ears AND wagging flags of tails.....well, I'm in love there's no doubt.
well, things in job#1 are horrible as usual, i so want to quit but I guess Im waiting for them to fire me. Job #2 is lovely. Thesis is almost done, and my cat has fleas because I forgot the spot on thingy. My bad, today I gave her the liquid. The site is memebase, btw. :)
Oh they ARE like having a child aren't they? I'm not so certain we have it figured out. She runs us pretty well the little beggar. They're SO hard to resist. Our "little" girl weighs in at 16 pounds which is far more than she should. She has grown much taller than a normal Pappy though, but still, she manages to weasel more food than she should get. Every time we eat, she has to as well. Certainly keeps one from snacking much, LOL. My husband caters to her and carries her around. I think he loves to show her off, she's got such a sweet little face and pleasant disposition. Wags tail at everyone! Loves kids, it's hard not to smile when she's turning on the charm. I'm sure YOU know how that is, LOL. I never knew I could love a little dog SO much!
Oh yeah, I'm totally familiar with THAT! They are smart little stinkers. Our girl will charge at a cat, knowing full well that we're going to get after her for it. She'll do the deed then immediately rush to her crate where she's sent when she does something bad like that. Sits there at the opening "smiling" at us...ugh...it's very difficult to be mad and all stern with something that durned cute n' ornery. My hubby takes her on long walks for her exercise down by our creek (we live in the country), she'll come along reluctantly and will wait till they get to the spot where he usually turns back, then whips around and heads for home at top pappy speed. He's taken to hiding in the weeds and calling to her (a favorite game) so she'll come charging back to find him thus prolonging her exercise, LOL. I'd love to see a pic of your baby. It's too funny how he's figured out not to go forward on walks. I read somewhere once that Pappy owners need to be able to outsmart their dogs or they'll outsmart YOU. LOL!