Spoiled dog

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  1. waterrat

    waterrat Elite Refuge Member

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    20171226_114827.jpg She's a 80lb hunting machine, but still thinks she's a big titty baby. Who else lets their bird dogs in the house?
     
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    Banded1 Elite Refuge Member

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    I have two Boykins and have one on each side every night. I feel like an Oreo.
     
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    Squaller Elite Refuge Member

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    In the house... But not on the furniture.

    At the duck shack, they do get on the couch and sleep... They look very guilty when I catch them though.
     
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    mpkowal Elite Refuge Member

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    In the house ,on the old couch,at the bottom of the bed,in the bathroom when I am on the throne, yeah they are spoiled.I havnt had to chase a duck or goose in 52 years,I say I am the spoiled one.
     
  5. take'm

    take'm Elite Refuge Member

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    In the house? Absolutely!
    And the bed and furniture..i have 2 wirehairs that allow me to live with them..
     
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    seiowa Elite Refuge Member

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    No bird dogs in the house but i do share all furniture and a bed with a retired rabbit hound. Started when his luxating patella and arthritis would first start acting up and even when he’s doing good I can’t bring myself to kick him off the furniture and bed.
     
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    10gaBBB Senior Refuge Member

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    Our Lab and a 175lb Great Dane . The Dane tolerates the Lab; but DOES think the couch is his. The bed is off-limits to both.(they have their own! ) In our house, they have taken place of our kids who are grown and moved away. Great pals for the grandkids!!
     
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    GUNNERX2 Elite Refuge Member

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    The last dog I had was a cross setter/pointer and wasn't in the house much. I sold my house and one of my hunting buddies kept the dog at his house. One weekend, I picked the dog up on Saturday morning to go quail hunting. After the hunt, I go back to my apartment with the dog as we were hunting on Sunday. I put my hunting coat down on the floor at bedtime and Joe was more than happy to make that his bed for the night. I wake up the next morning and had the strangest feeling that I was being stared at. I roll over and sure enough, there was Joe with his head on the pillow staring at me. No idea when he got in the bed he had to be very sneaky about it as I was a light sleeper and I didn't wake up.
     
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    lax Elite Refuge Member

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    The trouble maker. He gets to sleep in the bed.



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    The meat head. He gets a crate.
     
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    He needed a break after working on force fetching.
     
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