Wally too! Big deep bark that he uses excessively--any little noise outside and he goes off---but let something 'odd' happen, like a scary noise from the other room--and he's behind my leg peeking around it like 'you better check that out Mom!'
I am thankful for My Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ first & foremost. I am thankful HE will guide the surgeons hand as my father has triple bypass surgery Thanksgiving morning. I am thankful for my family & that we are all as close as we are. I am very thankful for Ruger. He has helped me heal so much.
grkline, good points. Also it's like our govt is working against us to try to right some perceived past wrong. Wrongs that we had nothing to do with. Obamacare for instance has a clause where employers do not have to cover illegals but do have to offer coverage for citizens or legal immigrants. There is a huge monetary incentive there to employ illegals who they don't have to cover. At the expense of legal immigrants or citizens.
Stephanie, There should be, and are legal ways to immigrate to western countries. With illegal immigration, you end up with too many people who don't care about laws. They absolutely should not be rewarded with a free ride.
« Last post by Abbeysmom on November 26, 2014, 09:27:38 PM »
Yes!!!! Abbey does that little whine too. She can be such a drama queen when she starts talking, she makes me laugh but then gets mad at me because I am laughing at her. She has that deep bark when she sees or heats something. She is also a big chicken, the littlest thing scares her like a leaf blowing by or a bug.
Wally just turned 6, and while he has definitely calmed down, he still backtalks something fierce! He does this weird little low pitched whine, and if you don't respond to that then the 'talking' starts--sounds like he's whispering it's crazy. This happens most often when it is an off night for the park, but he doesn't agree. Stands right in front of my husband and if he ignores him, comes to me to complain! Boxers certainly keep things from being dull!
« Last post by grkline on November 26, 2014, 05:08:41 PM »
Welcome Abbysmom , glad you found the forum. My Bailey has his moments when he is as mellow as can be , (even when he's not sleeping) at 2 1/2 years. Most times he's scooting around getting into something or in my face ( no I mean really in my face , nose to nose.)..lol..
« Last post by Skunkape on November 26, 2014, 03:02:23 PM »
Zeus is almost 4 months now. He is so calm I have to check to see if he has a heartbeat. If it wasn't for Anna, I think he would spend his life sleeping.
Anna is the life of the party. She is nuts. 100% loony. He is always back talking me. She can bark with a big dog deep bark when she wants to but it's normally that high pitched puppy bark that she uses most often. She is always instigating something and is the only thing that can get Zeus to move. Anna is 6 months old.