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    Dogs and wind

    Now I know what some of you are like on this forum so wipe that smirk off your face for a start.

    However I have just come in from a VERY windy run with my border collie Rani, and she goes absolutely MENTAL! in the wind, frolicing and chasing me, and skipping and sprinting everywhere.

    Of course she could be copying me sort of as I stumble and get blown about and she thinks I am playing, but even if I am walking her in the wind she just seems to love wind. Is this just her, a collie thing or a general dog thing?

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    Re: Dogs and wind

    Quote Originally Posted by Trossachs! View Post
    Now I know what some of you are like on this forum so wipe that smirk off your face for a start.
    And I thought you could somehow smell the unpleasant odour gently wafting through from the kitchen at this very moment .

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    Re: Dogs and wind

    ha ha . It's a dogs thing Trossachs , mine does it too , well at first , definately sends her loopy. They say children do it in Primary Schools I think.

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    Re: Dogs and wind

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf Tupper View Post
    ha ha . It's a dogs thing Trossachs , mine does it too , well at first , definately sends her loopy. They say children do it in Primary Schools I think.
    My children do it at home as well, and they have wind
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    Re: Dogs and wind

    Quote Originally Posted by Trossachs! View Post
    Now I know what some of you are like on this forum so wipe that smirk off your face for a start.

    Is this just her, a collie thing or a general dog thing?
    She's just winding you up. Probably just colliewobbles.

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    The cats are the same when they have been out in windy weather - they come in and start legging it around the house at 100mph. Send 'em crackers.

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    Re: Dogs and wind

    Quote Originally Posted by Swoop View Post
    She's just winding you up. Probably just colliewobbles.
    No its me that wobbles, or it was on yesterdays run, she had no problems. Maybe it wind going the wrong way up a one way valve!

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