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Have you been in a situation like this?

Short video clip of a very obedient Labrador or not.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GRSbr0EYYU

Hope you enjoy it.

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Comment by Chantal McIlveen-Wright on November 22, 2011 at 9:17am

:-)  :-)  hilarious when it happens to others, but it is exactly what I am experimenting right now with wee Mac .... and I do know the origin of ... no Darwin (who is my 7 years red) not the origin or the species ..... but the origin of the HOT DOGS !!!!

Comment by Andy Benstead on November 22, 2011 at 9:21am

Hi Chantal. I was lauhging my head off when I watched it.

I watched it four times.

 

Andy

Comment by Chantal McIlveen-Wright on November 22, 2011 at 11:07am

I watched it third times already and I am also laughing my head off ... do you know what happened? did the dog finally "stay calm"?  wrong choice of words  :-)  :-)  :-)

Comment by Carmel Murphy on November 22, 2011 at 11:15am

Thankfully I have never had this happen with deer, but with Hares/Rabbits yes;o)) But only with Milo;o)) The girls are much better behaved!!  I feel sorry for the poor dog's owner;o))

Comment by Andy Benstead on November 22, 2011 at 1:16pm

Hi Chantal. I found this clip on our local radio website.

Not sure if the man is still chasing his dog!

Andy

Comment by Andy Benstead on November 22, 2011 at 1:18pm

Hi Carmel. Rabbits and Hares are not so much of a problem if dogs chase them.

Andy

Comment by Andy Benstead on November 22, 2011 at 1:23pm

Hi Eva.

Must have been funny to watch you with your dogs. Very little point chasing the dogs as no human could ever keep up with them. (Did you try to catch the dogs?). It sounds like you are not a great lover of Deer or Sheep!

Andy xx

Comment by Andy Benstead on November 22, 2011 at 2:32pm

Hi Eva.

Some animals are a pain.

Where I lived years ago, we used to get cattle wandering in the road and stopping traffic for quite a while.

This was not exactly in the country, but was next to part of Epping forest. The North Circular Road (A406) was next to it. The cattle always managed to get on the roads at rush hour and often at a really busy junction.

After many years of this, they fitted cattle grids to stop them getting onto the roads.

I could never understand why they took so long to solve the problem.

Andy. xx

Comment by Maggie Smith on November 22, 2011 at 3:11pm

I did laugh at the video and recognised the sheer panic in the mans voice. Similar thing happened in the lakes found my girls licking their lips over a petrified (large) lamb. Jim, in shorts, had to run through gorse bushes to get them - she looks so innocent Ruby in the photo opposite

Comment by Geraldine Gaul on November 22, 2011 at 4:19pm
My previous setter did a similar thing, we walked through a field that usually had cows in which he ignored, but this particular day sheep had been put in the field and I didn't notice. The sheep were laid down by bushes and Murphy saw them before I did, they all began to run & he chased after them. I was absolutely terrified that he would hurt them as I ran after him screaming out his name. He soon got bored & ran back to me, I was so relieved I couldn't tell him off I just hugged him. Now I look back & laugh about it but I can sympathise with the poor man.

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