Tele-pathic dogs?

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  1. Rusty Shackelford

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    They say cockapoos are very sensitive to sound and are keen to predict what's about to happen next.
     

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    great dog, looks more intelligent than many people i meet on a daily basis... rusty shackelford, i prefer the name dale... carry on
     
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    They aren't telepathic, they're telekinetic ... They control us with their thoughts.

    Bloody devious if you ask me.

    Though, my old friend, gone now for a few years, glued himself to my side and wouldn't leave the day I returned after learning that an injury to my hand was permanent and that performing with stringed instruments was over.

    so there's that.
     
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    Of course he’s telepathic. He knows your about to smile and scratch his ears.
     
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    This guy is my grandpup...he knows it before I do.
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    I don’t think my dogter can foretell the future
    Except she always seems to know when it’s supper time;)

    Although she does love to smell the smells and has quite a sniffer
    I guess bred in from her badger hunting heritage
     
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    I like how you call him your grandpup

    I tell my father that my dog is his granddogter
     
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    He is abt 8 mos and high energy. I try to get over there on weekdays late AM to walk him while his family is at work/school. Gives me a dog fix and seems to make him happier.
     
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    Is he a terrier? They usually are a little hyper
    Seems like terriers are better if they get lots of attention
    Some animals are more people needy than others

    I just realized the OP is Rusty shackleford and your avatar is boomhaur I guess lots of “king” fans around here
     
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    My mom loved "King of the Hill"...Max is a golden doodle, with the less popular black poodle gene---he (and I) could care less.
     
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    I had a cockapoo for many years......he was really good at shedding, and being allergic to every substance on earth.
     
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    Dogs operate with senses far more sophisticated than ours.
    That’s why they can smell cancer, or low blood glucose levels. They look at everything, and use all their senses to understand us.
    They are experts at reading body language , which makes them appear to be psychic.
    They have developed these senses over hundreds of thousands of years because we have removed many of the challenges, like food, water, safety, health, allowing them to instead just learn and understand us because we were willing to take care of all of their needs.
    The bond between human and dogs can be immeasurable in many cases, they truly are man’s best friend.
    Humans should evolve to be more like dogs, not the other way around.
     
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