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By ChefDean
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My dogs woke up, went out, ate breakfast, then burrowed under blankets to go back to sleep.
My wife's dog didn't, and has not one effing care about personal space. Just jumps right up in my lap and climbs like she's summiting Mt. Everest.
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By Panman
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My pet doesn't always respect personal space, but at least he doesn't climb on my lap.
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By ChefDean
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Panman wrote:My pet doesn't always respect personal space, but at least he doesn't climb on my lap.
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That would be one heck of a lap dog, er, horse. Kiss your pelvis goodbye.
By Benny
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ChefDean wrote:woke up, went out, ate breakfast, then burrowed under blankets to go back to sleep.
Sounds like my morning routine. :lol:

I have a 9 month old French Bulldog. She has a tendancy to jump on you when you are on the couch just so she has a higher vantage point to look around. Kind of like a meerkat climbing a hill. She is lap dog size, but is 27 pounds,
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By Carnies
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I have a 70 pound Siberian Husky which thankfully doesn't climb on me, she's 13 years old and still acts like a pup. She sits around the kitchen and just doesn't move when we're trying to make dinner. She puts her snout right under our armpits to get food from the table and demands walks and special dog food.
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By sanguinearocks101
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Panman wrote: Thu Feb 25, 2021 3:18 pm My pet doesn't always respect personal space, but at least he doesn't climb on my lap.

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I knew a person who had a horse, they apparently baked it lots of horse cookies or something like that and it would make a really weird face.
Panman wrote: Thu Feb 25, 2021 2:15 pm He identifies as a cat.
I think its more of a cat-dog hybrid,he said it just ate and the only time cats pretend to love people is when they want food :D When mine wants food she meows and rubs against my legs, when she doesn’t she doesn’t even want to lay next to me unless she can be in the sun while she does it.
By DragonsEye
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Try sitting at a computer at my folks' place. One of their cats, in particular, will be there in a hot second pacing back and forth in front of the computer screen (and across the keyboard). She figures you should be paying attention to her not the computer screen. Their cats have always been attention junkies.
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By That one plant boi
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Surprisingly enough, this dude is usually climbing up the side of his enclosure when I walk into the room.
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