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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

For My Doggie Lovin' Bloggy Friends!

This should bring a smile to y'all! You might even applaud... (N.B. this is not my video! Compliments of The Internet!)



25 comments:

  1. That's adorable! Thanks for sharing it.

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  2. So sweet! Learning is never easy, but with a little help from our friends... I loved it! :-)

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  3. How cute is that? Is it yours?

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    1. No, the little fellow is not mine. But he.she is indeed very cute!

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  4. Standing O. Darling pup and mom.

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  5. That's really cheered me up, Broad.

    If only all humans had the parenting skills of that mother!

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    1. It is certainly a good 'cheering-up' video! Glad it cheered!

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  6. Loved watching that - such a brilliant mother.

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  7. Great video though I struggled to play it on my slow connection. Keep well Diane

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    1. Glad you could play it, Diane! I always think of you when posting a video.

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  8. Oh, love it!
    Glad you caught it on video.

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    1. I'm afraid I didn't video it, but 'caught' it on a Facebook post by my son...

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  9. Marvellous !!

    When Lulu was that size she would run upstairs at high speed 50 times a day and I would have to carry her back down. She took a lot of encouragement to do it herself......she could have done with some doggy help, too.

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    1. Sometimes, lately, I've felt I could do with some 'doggie help' and all!

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  10. Aw, that’s so sweet. I was expecting mum to grab her by the scruff of the neck and drag her down. Or push her from behind.

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    1. I think a lot of us can learn a lot about patience from that mother!

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  11. oh my gosh! I love this video! I am going to pet my dog!

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  12. Precious. So true that we can all learn from her patience. I watch my daughter with her son this way, dying myself to help him, especially when he gets frustrated. Wow.

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  13. Dear Broad, being used to and living with cats means that I truly never realized that puppies had to learn to come down the steps! What a enjoyable video this was. I was really rooting for the puppy. The older dog was so helpful. Real communication. Peace.

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  14. Awww! How adorable!

    Pearl

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