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It is important to always maintain balance, which could be another way of saying that you should stay in the middle of the road. And how do you translate that as a canine?
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Mom sez: Ice is also VERY “middle of the road”. When he sleeps in the hallway, he’s stretched out, “kitty-corner” at the end of the hall so you HAVE to step over him, or he stretches out full-length across the doorway just inside the ensuite bathroom, so getting up in the night is a challenge!
Must be a sibe thing…Cierra does the same thing…in hallways, bedrooms, entry ways…then gives a snarl when you try to pass her! Silly dog! lol
Funny, there’s a little black Greyhound at our house with the same philosophy!
Sounds like a good strategy for me. 🙂
You might like this video. The pup would be a good playmate for Typhoon.
Yes, we totally approve of that Sibe’s behavior!
Frankie’s like my dog Dixie, she’s a middle of the road dog too.