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    Stubborn Husky reuses to give up front seat ! 🐕

    "The worst form of inequality is to try and make things equal"....Aristotle

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    LOL I love those dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Lily View Post
    LOL I love those dogs.

    Me too.

    My daughter had a Golden Retriever that would go with her in the car, front seat, one day my son was going somewhere with her and, the dog gets in the front seat......and would not budge, no matter how much coaxing, she would not move......they drove to town, with the dog in the front seat and, my son in the back.

    They're driving down the road, people pointing and laughing.

    To say that dog was stubborn, is an understatement, during walks, when she was done? She stopped. You either had to drag her home or, hopefully you weren't alone and, could send someone home to get the car.

    No joking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abby08 View Post
    me too.

    My daughter had a golden retriever that would go with her in the car, front seat, one day my son was going somewhere with her and, the dog gets in the front seat......and would not budge, no matter how much coaxing, she would not move......they drove to town, with the dog in the front seat and, my son in the back.

    They're driving down the road, people pointing and laughing.

    To say that dog was stubborn, is an understatement, during walks, when she was done? She stopped. You either had to drag her home or, hopefully you weren't alone and, could send someone home to get the car.

    No joking.
    lol..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abby08 View Post
    Me too.

    My daughter had a Golden Retriever that would go with her in the car, front seat, one day my son was going somewhere with her and, the dog gets in the front seat......and would not budge, no matter how much coaxing, she would not move......they drove to town, with the dog in the front seat and, my son in the back.

    They're driving down the road, people pointing and laughing.

    To say that dog was stubborn, is an understatement, during walks, when she was done? She stopped. You either had to drag her home or, hopefully you weren't alone and, could send someone home to get the car.

    No joking.
    I've seen Golden Retrievers refuse to walk on those animal behavior shows on tv. Here's one lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Lily View Post
    I've seen Golden Retrievers refuse to walk on those animal behavior shows on tv. Here's one lol.


    LOL...YEP! When she was done, she was done. She would also start walking up driveways of other houses, like , lets just go to this one, its closer.

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    What was really embarrassing, was obedience class, when she was done, she was done, couldn't get her to do anything else. She got her certificate, though!

    She was a very smart dog, we sent her out every morning for the paper, we'd tell her to go get something, she'd go find it and bring it to us, I dropped my towel while walking on the treadmill one day, called her into the room, pointed at it, asked her to pick it up......she did and, gave it to me. I didn't have to stop walking.

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