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Ghillie (our Border Collie) butts our hands with his head about a million times a day. It's his way of saying "pat me". So we do.
Today he started licking my hand and his tongue encountered a piece of duct tape on my right index finger. Next thing I knew he was using his teeth to pry the tape off my finger. No bite; just gently rolling the edge back.
and he does "bang-bang" tricks. he drops to the floor with a thud, and closes his eyes like he is dead...but he peeps out of one eye to watch your response.
Nice trick. Did you teach that to him?
Ghillie has no real "tricks" except he once did leap a 5ft fence that separated him from the alpha female (my wife). His behavior is typically very work oriented and consequently he either ignores, or tries to control, strange animals and many people.
border collies are really good dogs. fun to watch around cattle, too
i recently realized that i have a soft spot for yorkies. My parents' yorkie has totally different locations in the house to run to in response to asking her about different animals
for example "Where are those...deer, squirrels, turkeys, chipmunks, kitty, bunnies?"
each has an entirely different window that she looks out of and gives a investigative "ruff".