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  1. laughing
    07-15-2011 12:27 PM - permalink
    laughing
    They don't! And I think they should! There's no way to even set a lock on it on a pre-programmed TV. How silly is that?

    You must've had your hands full!! If I ever did that, I would be set on the having kids thing for life ;)
  2. laughing
    07-15-2011 12:15 PM - permalink
    laughing
    I don't watch them anyways >__> I will downgrade or just get rid of it. Getting rid of it would be good, my guy let's his family use his, and they have this TV that keeps it programmed, and his younger brothers like to sneak and watch bad movies. The amusing part? No matter how many times we tell them we can look up what they've watched, they haven't retained that information yet...

    You don't have kids, besides your Molly, right??
  3. Jayy
    07-15-2011 09:28 AM - permalink
    Jayy
    Whats going on?!
  4. laughing
    07-15-2011 12:43 AM - permalink
    laughing
    I think I watched "Dogs Decoded"? Must... watch.... other!!! ;D

    Netflix is dumb for raising prices though... *pouts*
  5. laughing
    07-14-2011 10:43 PM - permalink
    laughing
    I've only seen one :/ Maybe I missed it?

    There were so many other cool/amazing/awe-inspiring studies, but I don't want to ruin it for you! The way they explain it adds to the excitement.

    Dogs really can read our emotions. I know my dogs have always been able to tell what I am feeling before I even feel it, and I find that the strangest thing! Of course, living with us thousands of years has probably added to their ability. ;) They really are our best friends. <3
  6. laughing
    07-14-2011 09:22 PM - permalink
    laughing
    Yes, yes, yes! What'd they eat before people?!

    I watched it on Netflix, it was so awesome! The information was crazy to me, I never thought how connected they really were to humans. One that stood out was that when people look at other people, we look at the left side of their face, especially when reading emotion. So far, no other animal has looked at that side of out faces. They tested dogs, and on other dogs and objects (like balls, houses, etc) they just randomly looked around, but when shown a human face, immediately they looked to the left!

    They really can read our emotion! :0 You NEED to watch it, it will change you.
  7. laughing
    07-14-2011 08:33 PM - permalink
    laughing
    I just watched the Nova study on dogs, and found their genes to wolves are 99% identical, and their internally built the same, just no longer structurally. That's so crazy to me! Every single breed came from wolves, no other "dog like" animal.

    Yeah, I hate IAMS. There is no nutritional value and the caloric content is so low that it's just a waste of money to me... They'd be saving so much.

    I have to be sneaky about this >_> LOL!
  8. laughing
    07-14-2011 02:06 PM - permalink
    laughing
    Uh ya, and she loved it! ;D


    I hate that reeking breath smell >_> At least after a bit of time it starts to go away. Some stanky breath is worth the health!


    My guy's family has a Miniature Schnauzer (who I feel really bad for) and he's on IAMS. Gah. His mom always says "he has a sensitive stomach and this is all we can feed him". No, he has a sensitive stomach because you're pumping straight grain/fillers into his system. -.- So I'm trying to convince my guy, because then he'll push it to his mom, and she'll listen to him.


    I was just like, "Hey, did you know he'll only need 2% of his body weight in raw? He's only 20lbs, right? Then you'll only be feeding him less than half a pound a day!" He looks all confused and asks how much he's eating now, and I tell him a whole bowl full of food, and then I tell him he could feed him for less than $15 monthly.


    Baby steps, baby steps!!
  9. xswornxoffxjello
    07-13-2011 11:27 PM - permalink
    xswornxoffxjello
    Yeah, our dog is pretty spoiled. :) He's really popular where we're at right now in Oregon, everyone loves him, and for good reason; he's handsome and a sweetie. :D

    I'm just glad that I have the tough ones, haha. :D
  10. laughing
    07-13-2011 05:20 PM - permalink
    laughing
    I KNOW!! Dogs like the smelly junk ;) The week old chicken sitting on the counter, the hot pizza that fell on the floor, the rank milk in the fridge, it's how they roll! LOL

    I hope she loves it if you're dealing with tripe! Cuz we all love half digested food from a sheep intestine, right??

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