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If you are a dog owner, does your doggie demand your attention for affection and playtime?




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      Denise Richardson wrote Aug 10, 2010
    • I asked this because i am sitting here on my laptop surfing on Fab40 and my Shih-Tzu keeps nipping at my feet and ruffing at me for attention lol.




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      Marie66 wrote Aug 10, 2010
    • Oh yes, my 3 doggies are always wanting attention and it’s not like they get ignored they get all the love and attention from me and the boys..




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      Denise Richardson wrote Aug 10, 2010
    • WOW! Marie, I don’t know how you do it with three doggies, my little Cotton is more than enough for me right now lol. But however i do want to get another Shih-Tzu later when we move into our new Condo so he can have a playmate on a daily basis seeing jadyn isn’t here as much and the hubby and I work a lot.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Aug 10, 2010
    • Not demand, but pester. I have a big wolf hybrid and a medium size companion dog, and both expect my attention at certain times of the day, every day. Usually a few minutes of my attention gets them willing to leave me alone for awhile.  

      Cathie




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      Marie66 wrote Aug 10, 2010
    • It does get crazy her but with my sons helping out it isn’t as bad.. And we all share them at nights, Buster (daddy) sleeps with me Candi(mommy) sleeps with my youngest and Munchkin (daughter) sleeps with my oldest..
      It will be nice for Cotton to get a playmate and when you see them playing together it all worth it.. And yes he won’t be lonely..
      But once the divorce is final Buster is going to be living with my ex, so we’ll be down to just Candi and Munchkin and I don’t think I’ll get anymore dogs..




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      Carine Nadel wrote Aug 10, 2010
    • yes, especially now when she’s sick.  she even gives and gets lots of attention from her/our cat




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      Jan Orga wrote Aug 10, 2010
    • Yes! We have an 11 year old Bichon. She’s known as the “velcro dog” in our house. Has to be “stuck” right up beside someone! Haha!




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      Frannie1964 wrote Aug 10, 2010
    • Yes, our doggie loves to get attentionheart sometimes him and the cat will keep each other busy by chasing one another around the house. And then other times the doggie and the cat will both want my attention and be all over me...lol




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