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So we've had Mayzie for almost 3 weeks. Our dog, Ranger, is all about his "personal space." Mayzie, on the other hand, doesn't have a clue about personal space and Ranger has had to remind her on several occasions since we got her. The last few days, they've spent time happily chasing each other around the yard and when they came in last night, this is what happened. Didn't last long but it gave me a little glimpse of what the future could hold! (FYI, Ranger's the one lying down.)

 

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awwww, now that is just priceless. I have two dogs myself and Titus(my corgi) is independant and prefers to be alone(except when im home) and Angel(myh visla mix_ is hyper loving and all about the play. Though for some reason i cant get them together to sit for picture time. I just cant get them together lol. Though i will i really think so, one day
 

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I can see it in Ranger's eyes..."ok, 10 more seconds mom and then I'm outta here!"

And Mayzie is thinking "ok, will he stay with me for at least 10 more seconds before he 'reminds' me he needs his personal space?"

Just too cute! :D
 

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AlphaDog - that is EXACTLY what is going on in their little heads! :D

It's so funny to watch their interaction because it's very much like an older brother/little sister relationship. She thinks he's AWESOME! And he thinks she's cool, too, but sometimes he looks at me like, "Okay, this has been a nice visit. Can we give her back now?" LOL
 
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