Tuesday, August 10, 2010

August 10, 2010

This is my serious face.

No, seriously!

This is it.

I finally had to have a 'talk' with another dog yesterday. I was playing and he kept running up and biting me on the face. And then he wouldn't let go! I think he thought he was being funny, but it hurt. The tall guy sent me to another part of the park but the other dog came running over there and grabbed me by my cheek again. Well, I turned around and told him that I liked that part of my face very much thank you and he needed to leave it alone!

Please note that I did not BITE him or even nip at him. He was a lot smaller than me. I just did the growl-y thing and showed him that I have a lot of teeth too and that if he did not stop biting my face, I would not play with him any more.
I may have even said a bad word, but since I don't know any bad words, I'm not sure.

So, to all you dogs out there, do not be eating anyone's face. It does not feel good. Otherwise, you can go play with yourself!

Now everyone watch this:

25 comments:

  1. Good thing woo were in Arie-Zone-Ah -

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  2. That is a very stern face and we're sure you gave that bitin yer face doggie a necessarily stern talkin to.

    Good on ya.

    Bobo and Meja

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  3. Jack
    good thing that you did not bite him but you still told him xactly what you meant WTG dude!!

    wags
    jazzi

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  4. Jack, can you have a talk with my little sister?! Please!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Miley

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  5. Now then Jack. I completely agree with you that it is important to make scary face sometimes and I always say, "no blood, no foul." Some dogs just have no manners at all.

    As for that movie... sadly, some things cannot be unseen.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  6. Jack,

    Good for you! I thinks you did just the right thing. Where was the little guys people? Prolly talking to other peoples and ignoring what was going on. That happens at our puppy park ALL the time so mom and me don't go there.

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

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  7. TD will have to take lessons from you, Jack, because he can't convince Ciara that his face is not a chew toy.

    Thanks for the morning chuckle from that video.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  8. Jack that is a very serious face!!!
    Madi says to tell you she and her posse of bad cats are on the way to assist you in the War with the rude dog. You might have heard rumors that cats have catitudes and we have feet with tiny swords. Tell TG to keep a light on!!!
    Madi and Mom

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  9. Sounds like that little pup needs some "time out"!!! If you ever need any back-up, remember to call on us!
    Z, S and B

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  10. In our backyard we'd call that other dog a bully.

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  11. Hey Jack!!.....Max here!!
    Any advice on how to controll "sister" dogs....Princess Mia, she's thinks i'm her personal chew toy sometimes....i give her the "snarly face" but it only works till the next time......

    Enjoy

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  12. Good for you, Jack! No one likes a bully.

    Liz

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  13. Face stealers - boy do you live in a rough neighbourhood.

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  14. Next time just use your BIG BOY VOICE and that little guy will run for the hills! That's what I do! BTW, I think that was the band I saw in the parade on Sat....

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  15. No Madi and I are not opening a shop....it was only in my imagination!!!HA!!! I just cracked up the day I say that sign up had to go back for a picture and a lot of fantasy. I guess I better clear that up tomorrow.
    It opened about 2 weeks ago all ladies attire!!! No puppy or kitty supplies!!!
    Madi and Mom

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  16. dear jack

    since i am still a puppy at heart i admit i do enjoy a good round of bite-each-other-in-the-face

    but i only do it with consent which is peoples for other puppies who also like to bite-each-other-in-the-face

    and not with real bitings

    sniffs and kisses,
    daisy mae

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  17. Jacks! I'm new to your blog but I understand what yer preachin'

    OMG that video is awesome. Had the volume on too loud though hee hee

    Loves,
    Tofu

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  18. some dogs (and their owners) just dont get it. we were at the park this weekend and these two dogs kept trying to hump Darwin, she kept shaking them off, but they kept at it, and soon we were intervening telling them no and pushing them off. And at anytime did their owners come over and stop them? no. of course not. oi. some dogs. and some people.

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  19. I approve Jack, sometimes you just have to tell someone to STOP!

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  20. That is one adorable serious face!!! I'm glad that you stood up for yourself and let the other doggie know in a polite way to stop. You have lot of manners and class and are such a good boy!!!

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  21. You are so cute, Why would anyone bite you in the face? I am glad you told that doggy to stop. I am sorry that they other dog's mommy or daddy didn't tell their dog to stop picking on you. I bet they were to busy talking on their telephone or drinking Coffee!

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  22. Good job Jack, you were a gentleman and properly stood up for yourself. P.S. Mom loves your serious face :)

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  23. Jack!
    I hope that little pest got the message!
    My grandma makes lots of noise with the kitchen utensils... but does not sound like music!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  24. Give them hell Jack - etiquette seems to be in short supply at the dog park these days. Can I bring you with me? ;)

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  25. That really IS a serious face. And this really is a fun blog!

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