|Jet Bin Fever - 2009-10-08 |
I think its actually a neural defect that makes them do this. Sorry to be a downer.
Being a border collie does imply a sort of neural defect, I guess.
They are very smart dogs, but on a scale of 1-10 of herding instincts, they are a 22. I am not exaggerating, they have herding instincts way the hell beyond any other breed to the point of insanity.
Great dogs, though.
waterslide doberman also has a neural defect you know.. ONE THAT MAKES HIM LOVE WATERSLIDES!
Hooker, border collies want to herd the ever loving fuck out of anything that moves, including cars. This one is, fortunately dept on a short lease and knows it, but can't stop the instinctual urge to GO when a car drives by.
I don't understand how that lends itself to the circling behavior, though. I've seen many dogs try to chase something while on a leash and they don't twirl around.
my family's three border collies all made it to age 14.
they are not fragile if you just give them tons and tons of exercise each day.
that doesn't mean a walk, that means playing whatever game they make up for two hours in a row.
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2009-10-08 |
CAR CAR CAR CAR CAR!!!
|urbanelf - 2009-10-08 |
Correlation does NOT imply causation, assholes.
this dog is clearly predicting the future.
|delicatessen - 2009-10-09 |
Five for namtar
|Frank Rizzo - 2009-10-09 |
what an idiot
|bluiker - 2009-10-09 |
I'M A TOP I'M A TOP I'M A TOP I'M A TOP i'm a dog I'M A TOP I'M A TOP i'm a dog I'M A TOP I'M A TOP I'M A TOP i'm a dog I'M A TOP
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2009-10-09 |
I need to try that myself.
|glasseye - 2009-10-09 |
Christ, dogs are so fucking retarded.
|phalsebob - 2009-10-09 |
His name is Derek Zoolander.
|Crucifried - 2009-10-09 |
| Register or login To Post a Comment|