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      I hope this works! :-)
      PS - this is one of the more passive sessions.

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      Omg i could watch them all day!! Too funny!

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      I think it's pretty funny and cute also. I guess if I had to listen to it non-stop I'd probably need to break it up sometimes but I miss hearing mine do it, even though it was pretty infrequent.

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      Now I'm feeling guilty I want it to stop! haha. It's just all the time. On occasion, Samson jumps up, gets the flat ears, mouth open with a huge smile, big eyes, and launches off the couch and does a circle on the floor and then bounces off the back of the sectional on the L side, hits the window....oh my goodness. All before I can grab and stop him. Add in Asher doing it too.

      I'll try to enjoy it more! :-)

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      Quote Originally Posted by SamsonsMom View Post
      Now I'm feeling guilty I want it to stop! haha. It's just all the time. On occasion, Samson jumps up, gets the flat ears, mouth open with a huge smile, big eyes, and launches off the couch and does a circle on the floor and then bounces off the back of the sectional on the L side, hits the window....oh my goodness. All before I can grab and stop him. Add in Asher doing it too.

      I'll try to enjoy it more! :-)
      Zoomies!!!!!!!

      Cute video! My only concern is they are both wearing collars, which can lead to serious injuries or worse. In general I don't have collars on my two, and if they do, the minute bitey face starts the collars come off.

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      Hope these show this time.

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      Oh, that video made me laugh...they are sooooo cute!!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by barry581 View Post
      Zoomies!!!!!!!

      Cute video! My only concern is they are both wearing collars, which can lead to serious injuries or worse. In general I don't have collars on my two, and if they do, the minute bitey face starts the collars come off.
      Hey Barry - never thought of injuries because of collars on in the house. Asher doesn't wear his when crated as I know the dangers to that. Didn't realize wearing out of crate posed such a danger. The collars do make it easy for me to separate them.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SunDance View Post
      -copyofbrutusandhersheyjpg-jpg

      Hope these show this time.
      Yes! How adorable. Picture one....I have pictures like those too. Pictures two - I only wish Samson would let Asher that close! It's all play with Samson. He will not allow Asher near him otherwise. My guy is moody and controlling of all interaction! :-)

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      Quote Originally Posted by SamsonsMom View Post
      Hey Barry - never thought of injuries because of collars on in the house. Asher doesn't wear his when crated as I know the dangers to that. Didn't realize wearing out of crate posed such a danger. The collars do make it easy for me to separate them.
      The danger is if one of them gets their jaw stuck in the others collar it could easily injure the dog.

      We don't allow any bitey face in the house, and it's immediately enforced with a stern "leave it". If they want to keep it up, I toss them outside and let them run it off. If it's not practical to put them out, the instigator (normally Brooks) will get either a time out in the crate, or collared and leashed.

      I completely agree it's fun to watch, and the dogs do love it, but it has to be on my terms, and when I say they've had enough, it stops.

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