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Adorable, annoying puppy at the Bark Park

June 20th 2012 3:00 pm
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It was a Bark Park day, hooray!

When we got there, a grey four month old pittie (that my person and I could have sworn to dogness was actually only 9-10 weeks old) came galloping over to meet us. Her name is London and OMD, she is full of energy and mischief!

She ran after me, sort of, while I ran for the ball. To be honest, she only went about halfway and then waited for me to return. When I got tired, she tried to nip at my tongue. Yeah, I know it sticks out all funny, but to try and bite it? I looked at my person and sighed, and we gently disengaged with the puppy and moved to another corner of the park.

I am sure *I* was never so annoying in all my days. Not possible. Well, I do get into mischief at home once in a while, but I don't try to chew tongues!

I had fun meeting several other dogs who all enjoyed playing with the pittie pup.

Then we went to the grocery store and I had to nudge my person many times to get her out of her disoriented state at the juice cooler. I was very proud of myself. She was proud of me, too. She knelt down right then and there to pet me and give me the praise I always deserve, being a most fantastic dog, you know.

 
 

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Barked by: Dora CGC (Dogster Member)

June 25th 2012 at 7:18 am

I know what you mean. When we go to the dog park annoying puppies try to play with me. Mom always teels everyone when I was a puppy I was a pest to other dogs(no way). However now that I am 3 1/2 i am above that behavior.

My mother gets that way when clothes shopping she cannot decided waht to get and then just goes off to some other world.
Dora
Barked by: ♥ Anya ♥ (Dogster Member)

June 26th 2012 at 12:15 pm

Dog Park? I wish I could find one!
Congratulations on being a DDP!

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