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List out the extraordinary things that your pet can do??

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Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016-
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August 15, 2009 08:24 AM My dog, Buster, is a Llasa Apso and I swear sometimes I think he is a human inside of a dog's body. I smoke outside so if I say let's go outside he heads for the right door and as soon as I put my cigarette out he is by the door ready to go inside. If you tell him to eat his food, he will go eat his food. If ask him if he wants to go for a ride, he tilts his head and barks as if to say yes. If someone pulls up in the driveway he pulls down the blinds and looks outside. If ANYONE comes near me while I'm sleeping he will bark to wake me up and if I don't then he will start tapping me on my face. He knows where EVERYTHING is located so if something is out of place he will stare at it for a while to make sure it's okay. The most amazing thing that he does is he WILL WAKE ME UP WHEN MY SUGAR IS LOW! Being a newly diagnosed diabetic I sometimes can't even tell when my sugar is low, but he can. Even when I am sound asleep he will wake me up and 9 times out of 10 when I go and check my sugar after he wakes me up IT IS LOW. I found this so amazing so I went online and did some research and there is a place in California that you can go to and get a dog to know you and know when your sugar goes low. But there is A LOT of training involved and you have to live in California with them and it is VERY expensive. I knew dogs could sense emotions but there must be something else that he is sensing that tells him to wake me up, which by the way, when he wakes me up for a low blood sugar he taps me on my leg, and I know this is unbelievable but that is where I give myself my Insulin shots. I've got a health nut for a dog and I love him dearly. Sorry I blabbed on so long. Oh one more thing he does is if he sees a Palmetto bug ( I live in FL) he flips it upside down so it cannot move and then he looks at me to pick it up with a paper towel and flush it.
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[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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August 12, 2009 02:34 PM Extraordinary?
I can't say my pet does extraordinary things, but she sure does hilarious things.
I have a ferret.
If you've ever met a ferret, you'd know what the "Weasel war dance" is. Farrah is capable of war-dancing so hard that she goes flying into walls or directly down a flight of stairs - with out stopping her dance. Apparently self-injury is exciting.
She's also capable of stealing and hiding so many of my socks successfully that I go from 30 pairs to 0 pairs in under a week.
She's able to break into baby-locked cupboards faster than a baby breaking into a child-safe pill bottle.
She's an escape artist at pulling off her collar quickly and discretely - usually in small places when I'm not looking so that I can't find it; and she therefore doesn't have to wear it if I can't find it.
She's a strong ferret. With her mere 2lbs of body weight, she's able to drag extraordinarily heavy things around the room - including the chair blocking off the baby-safed cupboard she's trying to get into. Or my laundry hamper that she'd like to be under my bed so she can sleep in it. Or bins of treats.
She's also able to squeeze into tiny spaces, like under the dishwasher. I've had to block off my appliances with cardboard and packing tape so she can't get under them. She still manages to sneak in somehow, and sneak out, but I can never see how.
Maybe no extraordinary tricks but she's an extraordinary pet!

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[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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August 14, 2009 02:06 PM I have lots of cats at home and they do lots of weird things. One of my cats has his tongue out (like a dog) often and I don't know why. I also have one why sleeps with his back on the floor and his feet dangling in the air. Sleeping that way I think is not common on cats. :)
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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August 14, 2009 06:50 PM When my all black cat wants the really good (wet) stuff, he'll gently climb my leg (no claws), look at me with his dark green eyes fully dialated and let out the tiniest "mew". I can only see his little bottom teeth when he does this. Hard to explain but priceless! I can only compare it to "the look" of Puss in Boots in "Shrek".

Just the fact that I could train a cat to do ANYTHING floored me.
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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