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Rosie was just handed a new kind of bully stick (yes, I'm ashamed to say I do know what's in those). She gets them more often than I'd care to admit. This one was braided. I guess she preferred the old kind because she dropped it on the floor and literally pushed it back to us with her nose. "There's something wrong with this and I'd like to exchange it."
 

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Does it come from 3 bulls then :eek:

Rosie is a smart girl and does not like change. ;D
 

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I agree that Rosie is just smart. She knows what she likes. I see that a lot with my two.

Vizslas are smart dogs and learn how to play their humans.
 

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redbirddog said:
I agree that Rosie is just smart. She knows what she likes. I see that a lot with my two.

Vizslas are smart dogs and learn how to play their humans.
ha ha! looks like little one is ruling the roost there ;D
 

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Crazy said:
Does it come from 3 bulls then :eek:

Rosie is a smart girl and does not like change. ;D
I don't care to think about how many bulls it took to make it. Especially since she didn't even want it! But yeah, I'll be the first to say, she's a smart girl. She definitely lets us know what she wants. She also uses her claws to "clink" the bottom of her water dish when it needs refilling. "Waiter!"
 
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