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Since my dog died about three years ago I've be free to sit in my chair,turn on some music,or the tv a good bit of the time.Until recently that is.My wife saw a puppy and brought it home. It needed a good home she said.She also said that I would love it.Well of course I do.My problem is as soon as i get setteled in my chair,and get my pipe lit this little squirt either wants to play or go outside.I'm smoking a little less these days,but maybe it's not such a big problem after all.I'm 68 years old now.This brat dog should be around until I'm at least 80.
 

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You're very lucky,,,,as soon as he gets you trained things will go smoother
 

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mark":k6iquuw2 said:
You're very lucky,,,,as soon as he gets you trained things will go smoother
:lol!: :lol!: :lol!:

So true. Shadow, the Alpha of my porch pack, still looks at me sometimes and I'm sure she's thinking, "dang, he's a slow learner".

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Having (by our standards) an incredibly acute sense of smell, animals are un-fond of smoke. It takes them time to adjust to it.

Going outside, to your puppy, means what ? Fresh air with no smoke in it -- an escape (albeit temporary) from an unpleasent condition.

Seems simple enough.

Then again, Lacie the kitty here, having fled the room (in obvious disgust) at the sound of a lighter for her first year (at least), now hunts down my used pipe cleaners and chews/licks the ends of them.

:face:
 

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Yak":aymj59rg said:
Then again, Lacie the kitty here, having fled the room (in obvious disgust) at the sound of a lighter for her first year (at least), now hunts down my used pipe cleaners and chews/licks the ends of them.
The one of our cats we adopted from a (cig) smoker loves to be in the room while I'm puffing away. But he prefers the unused pipe cleaners to play with--he'll help himself right from the big jar.

Trying to anticipate what a cat will do is good entertainment... for the cat.
 
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HA,
Welcome to the Puppy club.
My dog passed on three months ago and we just got a new Long coat German Shepherd. Do not feel alone brother!!!
 
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