Meet Lady. She will meet and greet you. The only difference is she will always bring her "Log" with her.
Lady first started picking up a log when her owner would gather fire wood for the fire place. Lady was trying to copy her owner.
Lady always greets people she knows with the log and she also will escort you away with the log when she knows you are leaving.
She is smart as well as adorable!
This is too cute! She reminds me of my dog, Buster, who is also a Lab. He is a people person, too. The only difference with HIM is that he has something against other black labs. Every time he sees one, big or small, he growls and barks (even at dogs twice his size). I don't know if it's a social issue or if he's trying to exert his dominance, but that's my dog and I find that rather, oddly, hilarious.
by ptosis 10 years ago
My dog bit me and drew blood - should I put it down?Today, the dog bit me. Hard. On the thumb, deep puncture wound and black and blue mark on the nail. I thoughtlessly took a big bone away from her without testing first how Jackie would react. Because it wasn't dog food that she gulped down in 3...
by Taylor545 11 years ago
I think they should. You never know when they run off.
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