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Date:10/31/2014 1:46:24 AM
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Hey Pearl and Silver
Yup, all dogs are different, just like birds and, of course, humans. Dogs, being descended from wolves, are pack animals and have a hierarchy. Poor Harley just happens to be on the bottom rung of the ladder and he accepts that, usually doesn't seem to mind. He'll take a lot of guff from Jenna and Roxy. Takes him a long time to get upset about anything. Mom says she thinks that makes him a bit more skittish about certain things and one of those happens to be the cuckoo clock, poor guy. He will adjust but it'll take time. In the meantime, it will bug him. He can see that Jenna and Roxy have not been attacked and eaten by the big bad cuckoo bird!
Mom's running behind, went out to dinner with dad and then to Cold Stone for dessert and now has to blog late into the night, lol! Serves her right for not bringing any ice cream to share!
Love and winghugs,
Mackie and Athena
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