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    So, I'm playing Payday on my ps3. It is a fun/silly game where you are bad guys n you rob banks etc. I'm shooting at ppl trying to kill me n Brie jumps up into my lap. She puts her paws up on the table where my monitor is and starts growling at the screen. She then starts barking like crazy at the ppl shooting at me. I then noticed every time I aimed in, my gun sights got bigger on the screen. she would bark even louder n more ferociously. It was hilarious..she either got bored or just gave up on scaring the images away but it took a good 10 min. I'm guessing the fast moving weird shapes got her going? Kyan, my son kept saying mommy she's protecting you..it was cute.

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    That's so cute! She was helping you. Dudley could not care about the TV. He only ever rarely turns his head towards it -- it always seems to be if children are singing. Now, my laptop and my iPad...he hates them...growls whenever I pull them out. Sniffs the iPad as though it were a living thing. It really all starts when I pull out my glasses -- not my sunglasses (that means we are going out), my regular glasses. Barks, growls at me...knows something else is going to take my attention away from him!

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    Lol! Video of this would be adorable! (Hint hint)

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    that is too funny. I love their protective instincts. We can't watch anything with dogs on tv cause Ruthie goes bat crap crazy and thinks another dog is invading her home.

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    Harlea doesn't really look at the TV but she does listen to it as we leave Animal Planet on when we run errands and she is in her crate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali~jenn View Post
    Lol! Video of this would be adorable! (Hint hint)
    I know! ughh! i wasn't even thinking. I'll try to get it on video if she does it again!!

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    They sure are something. My wife and I were at our dog trainers studio and she had us sitting down discussing the training and on the other side of the room she had a tv on with a video playing of some sort and while she was talking to us she just stopped in mid sentence laughing and said "He is watching tv" referring to Ace, and he was, he was all engrossed in whatever it was playing on the set

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    the only time sarah has paid attention to the tv was when ceazar malon was on and a dog was barking and sarah started barking at the tv till they stopped. was so funny but nada since then. i did have boston who would howl at the tv when a police siren would go off. was hilarious as he sounded just like the siren

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    At least she knew whayt to stop.... Banks would continue until she killed every one of them or we turn the game off
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    I can't tell if Norm loves the animals on tv or hates them. He gets all wound up and barks his head off. So it could go either way. All in all, I think he likes tv. A new show he and my kids like now is Call of the Wildman on Animal Planet. All sorts of nutty critters to bark at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MelanieNormansMom View Post
    I can't tell if Norm loves the animals on tv or hates them. He gets all wound up and barks his head off. So it could go either way. All in all, I think he likes tv. A new show he and my kids like now is Call of the Wildman on Animal Planet. All sorts of nutty critters to bark at.
    Lol I think there is an actual 'dog tv' channel somewhere. It's a pay channel n is supposedly all stuff for dogs to watch. Brie sometimes will cock her head and seem to watch if animal planet is on.

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    a new show coming to direct tv, they say that people can see about 400 frames per second, when a dog looks at it its confusing because dogs can prosess 700 fps.

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