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Thread: Dog lovers, is this how it works at your house, too?

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    Dog lovers, is this how it works at your house, too?

    Leo seems to think "Mommy sitting at sewing machine equals me needing to go in & out & in & out..."... LOL! Anybody else have that "issue"?

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    Yup.. Except since I live in an apartment, I have to take him out..

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    It must be a Golden thing! My three do exactly the same as yours. In and out in and out- all day long. Gotta love them. LOL.

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    Fortunately we have a doggy door. We installed it last winter because our 2 year old dog was driving us crazy, going in/out every two minutes!

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    yes, every time I sat at the machine that is what he would do. Could do anything else but on no, had to do this when sewing only.
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    [QUOTE=burchquilts;5285323]Leo seems to think "Mommy sitting at sewing machine equals me needing to go in & out & in & out..."... LOL! Anybody else have that "issue"?

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    QUOTE]How would you like to have 6, my sewing machine is by the door needless to say.....................
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    I am so glad to hear this because our greyhound Bella loves to come in and out and yes I have to go with her ...so she loves it ... sewing at the machine means to Bella ..Mom can take me out!!
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    Not at my house. When I'm at the sewing machine Wolfie knows it will be a while before he goes out again. I usually start sewing after he has had his time out sniffing the yard and checking stuff out. He settles down for a nice nap while I sew and when I'm ready to take a break from sewing, he is ready to go out again.

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    They do have a way of training us!

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    Mine knows that when I head for the studio she's in for a long nap. She has a bed under my desk. She lays down in her bed and as long as I'm in there she's napping! She's always been good that way.....

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