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    So true. She is even hlping my wife and kids eat all the fruit in the house too. She come running now when a watermelon or bell pepper is cut.

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    Ramsay does this before he 's. It's very amusing - plus I always know when he's going to go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbd963 View Post
    Ramsay does this before he 's. It's very amusing - plus I always know when he's going to go!
    LOL Fergus has the spazz attack before and after he its like he is trying to run away from the smell

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    Yes, my 3 month old Derby always does that before she too! It's so funny because she starts running around and sliding into walls before she finally slides into her potty pad. But then the potty pad is always smashed up against the wall so she poops on the hardwood next to it... gotta love hardwood floors, though!

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    Yes this brings back memories of Ftse going scitso every night when he was a little puppy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine91 View Post
    @JAKEISGREAT I must have. She likes all kinds of stuff that I didn't think she would. Heck I even had to put her pool down in the pouring rain the other day because she want to go for a swim.

    That is awesome!

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    Norm always gets one last burst of energy at night but he doesn't do anything so strenuous as running-that is saved for after . He gets up and shakes the bejeezus out of Mr. Bunny. I worry he's going to hurt his neck sometimes he shakes so hard.

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    BAHAHAHA ! Tank does the exact same thing. Usually he will do it after his evening poo lol, like all the weight that was lost just gave him some big boost of energy.

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