My big brave lap dog!

Discussion in 'General Mastiff Discussion' started by Sheila Braund, Jan 27, 2019.

  1. Sheila Braund

    Sheila Braund Well-Known Member

    Ok so my husband likes watching that Live PD cop show.... so there’s a dog whining in a house.... Bella all of a sudden becomes scared.... and jumps into my chair with me... in trying to comfort her... while I’m laughing because she’s a really really heavy lap dog.... she’s killing me!
    I know I shouldn’t e laughing as it’s hard to breath as it is.... and Bella is really having some anxiety.... she’s panting a lot more then normal.. finally convinced her she was ok.... now she’s under my feet on the floor..... instead of me being under her I my chair.

  2. Boxergirl

    Boxergirl Well-Known Member

    Hahahahaha. Last week we had a lot of snow (more now!). The lights went out for ten seconds. Ella squeezed herself under my desk. Big, silly dogs. And she was wearing the same face Bella is wearing in your picture.
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  3. Pastor Dave

    Pastor Dave Well-Known Member

    My Mr. Chev is quite timid about certain sounds and sudden moves. And dropping a pan or book...phew. Once he got his leg caught in a little wrought-iron table leg, and he charged around the house knocking drywall off making sounds I never heard a dog make. They are something, for sure. Chev in weeds 2.jpg
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  4. Sheila Braund

    Sheila Braund Well-Known Member

    Yep my lap dog almost out weighs me hahaha....and yes she will still run behind my 6lb powder poof poodle....I really got to get a video of that one day!

    Love the picture of Mr Chev....looks like he just heard a sound he wasn't too sure about too!
  5. Nik

    Nik Well-Known Member

    lol they are such characters!

    Well so far my two big scaredies find feathers, dandelions and french fries terrifying. But they will go fear aggression against these terrible threats. Bared fangs, lifted lips, snarls and lunges.

    Diesel gets scared when he wakes up and realizes he fell asleep "on the job". He wakes up and jumps up instantly barking and fur ruffed up at nothing, convinced someone may have come to murder us while he slept. He doesn't wake that way when in bed in the bedroom but if he falls asleep mid-day in the living room then he does. It's as if certain times and places are okay for him to go off duty and sleep and others are not okay. Such a goof ball.

    Oh but the thing that really turns him into a quivering bundle of fear these days is the washing machine. He hates the washing machine. In all fairness in the old house it was in the garage and he never heard it. Now it is right in the house with us in the laundry room. Which also happens to be where his crate is. But, we don't dare start the washing room with him in the crate. When the machine is on he prefers to be upstairs as far from it as possible.
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