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Old 05-30-2013, 08:47 AM   #36098
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heheheh fetch with a kitty.

We are currently working on who gets to play with the dogs tennis ball. Lucas loves his balls. Loves them. All different shapes and sizes. Throws them, likes to watch where they roll, reaches under the couch to retrieve them. Cooper loves his tennis ball. Loves to bounce it, will drop it down the stairs, retrieve it, bring it back up, and repeat. He hates the baby gate. Cooper sees Lucas throwing balls and thinks this is great. Cooper brings his slobbery, disgusting, tennis ball to Lucas. Lucas picks up said delight and tries to eat it. Cooper waits patiently for Lucas to throw the tennis ball. Lucas enjoys the new toy and starts crawling around with it. Cooper follows Lucas pathetically whining for his ball back. Lucas thinks that they are playing a fun game. Mom takes ball from Lucas and gives it back to Cooper. Cooper brings balls to Lucas, tennis ball is put away until Lucas is in his play area, eating, or in bad.

Cooper is not the brightest dog and Lucas is 11 months old and doesn't understand the game he is suppose to be playing.
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