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Dingleberries!

Discussion in 'Favorites' started by PennyInGA, Oct 3, 2008.

  1. BarbV

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    Chris

    You never fail to crack me up! You should publish a Sheltie dictionary or Sheltiepidkadeia for all these "terms" you come up with! :lol:
     
  2. sable

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    Poop Chute

    I love it. Yep I have that silky, and never a drop on him. My girl, has the coarse hair and plenty of it too. I'll have to get her attention, and tell her she is getting the poop chute, that is hysterical!!!

    All that I can say thank goodness she has a spay job, can you imagine if she urinates on herself, and I have to clean that part up also, I can't imagine what she would do with pups. Pick them up and hand them to me I quess.
     
  3. Narmowen

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    I've been known to call dingleberries "buttberries..."
     
  4. PennyInGA

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    I love the "Poop Chute"! :lol:
     
  5. OntarioSheltie

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    I made Sadie a 'poo chute' last night, I'll have to see how it goes. :lol:
     
  6. sable

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    Poop Chute

    Well thank goodness for the poop chute. I cut one in and it worked!!! Now if the "DIVA" can clean her bottom up I'll have it made. Thanks!

    Yes they do look like butt berries when they are on there.
     
  7. ruckusluvr

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    I guess I am one of the lucky ones! Ruckus has never had dingleberries. But I dont know about Lynn yet. She still doesnt really have much hair for them to stick to yet. I know her pee area stays stiff with pee.
     
  8. LaOsaLinda

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    I always felt bad for my Chasity when she would get them. I have never heard a baby cry so much and run around the house like a total nut case. They bothered her so much we would have to chase her down and remove them. She felt so much at ease when we removed them, then when she got it again she went straight to my grandfather. Like he was the personal butt cleaner or something. My current dog which actually doesn't have long hair. She is a German Shepard/chow mix.. but she eats grass and doesn't really chew it so it is a whole piece of grass stuck in her butt and it bothers her, for some reason she went to my grandfather also. My poor grandfather was so mad. He yelled at us saying what is this.. Am I the personal butt cleaner for all dogs? We were laughing so hard we were ALL crying. He was convinced we trained the dogs to go only to him. Sadly enough though when my current dog asked for help she knew my grandfather was in the bathroom so she banged on the door till he opened it for her and she showed him her booty.. He was devastated. :lol:

    You have to admit though. You really have to feel bad for them. I would hate having something stuck to my butt.
     
  9. BarbV

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    Oh my god! This thread is too funny!

    Here we all are, acting like a bunch of new Mothers! "And how is your baby's poo today! Did that recipe I gave you clear up her diarrhea? Oh, I'm so glad for you!!! Yes, my baby's stool is nice and firm. And how is yours?" :lol:

    We DO love our furbabies, don't we?!
     
  10. LaOsaLinda

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    Yes we do Love our Shelties Barb.. hahaha.. well, it just goes to show that we care and worry like family is supposed to do hahaha.:biggrin2:
     

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