Dog evades justice

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Good dog!

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I love dogs’ idea of stealth. When I had dogs and cats at the same time I had a dog who would eat out of the litter box. I could never catch him in the act–when I came in he’d be sitting near the litter box looking quite innocent.

It was the little bits of litter on the front of his nose that gave him away.

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This doggie is supernatural.

We used to have two yellow labs and in the evening when we’d put them out back while we were making dinner, they would always test a door to see if they could get back in the house.
Their normal way of coming inside when I opened the door was to literally burst in like a herd of elephants.
If they could poke the door open when we didn’t notice, they would quietly walk over to their beds - as quiet as they could with dog nails on oak floors - “yea, we’re not really here. Pay no attention to us”.

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I need to start using this technique. When something’s not going well, just sloooooowly back out of the room you’re in. It’s sure to work well.

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Motsie’s got Moxie.

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Is Motsie a Mainer? Because from what I understand, Moxie Makes Mainer Mutts Mighty!

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Similarly…

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from that stuttering .gif i don’t see ‘evading stealth’ so much as ‘having japanese horror-style seizure moment’

Duke could use some stealth lessons…

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I think that this kitty look lessons from Motsie

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