She thought you were Colt McCoy.
Question is why did she bite you ?
In most cases, biting is completely inexcusable behaviour... my Shih Tzu has never bitten (even as a pup) except when she is defending herself from the blanket monster.
In the morning my cat bites me to wake me up. I think she's telling me, "My food dish is empty so I've had to resort to eating human."
Last edited by Lamplight; 10-02-11 at 06:16 PM.
She's trying to put you down.
Beat her to the punch.
Maybe Inge is trying to tell you something...or wants you to give her a better sweater to wear!
Blinky, my Miniature Pinscher attacks me aggressively every morning to wake me up. He won't stop until I wake up to attack him back.
That's his way of telling me to get up and attack the world.
Two is one and one is none.
What did you do to her? She looks quite serious in that pic.
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AS others have said - tis the sweater.
No dog should be subjected to that indignity.
"Watch out for giants; they are boorish fools with tongues wagging, drunk upon their own words.
They will try to teach you a lesson if given the chance, and you will stumble over their stinking feet."
Did you take her for a walk today? No? Maybe that's way. Good Girl, Inge.
She doesn't look happy in that photo. I bet she's wondering if you gave a matching sweater to Ming.
There is only one way out. Eat Inge.
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