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    ^ too much info mate

    Do your dogs swim in the pool? And which is the most intelligent? Do they do any tricks?

    The schnauser is getting too confident in the pool. I found him sitting, grasping onto the steps inside it the other morning because its too steep for him to get out.

    My fault I guess, teaching him to retrieve balls.

    We have these water bouncing balls that are good fun in the pool, got a few of them that i bounce at the wife ala Shane Warne and try and take her head off with. They make a pleasing slapping sound when they find their target too
    The schnauser jumps in and grabs the odd stray one


    I wanna teach him the mutt to dive down next instead of grabbing floating balls to retrieve toys, maybe even my underpants... like these... Check these pics out...

    Dogs Diving For Toys Under Water





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    So they make a pleasing slapping sound when they hit the wife's head? I just ordered a couple! It's great that you can spend money these days before you even get out of bed...

    So you have a window to your pool from inside the house... that's pretty cool!

    Our dogs won't go anywhere near the pool, which is strange as they spend half their lives sitting in the pond to cool down. I fact, when I do swimming lessons with one of the dogs the rest disappear and hide.

    You've reminded me... our new dog Coco hasn't had a swimming lesson yet. There's something to do... a day with purpose!

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    Can't get Jimmy to voluntarily enter the pool, and he panics for the steps when I dunk and support him; any special tricks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    So you have a window to your pool from inside the house... that's pretty cool!
    There is a moobahn in Pattaya off Tepersit (spelling) road where all the houses have pools in front and a basement room with a view. At least one guy had a small pool table in the basement and would invite young ladies with bikinis around to swim while he and his mates played pool.
    Better to think inside the pub, than outside the box?
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    Coco's first ever swimming lesson today and she didn't enjoy it.



    Her maiden voyage and she set out in exactly the wrong direction...



    ... and tried and failed to get out, watched on by Yogi.



    Slightly better second time around after I aimed her at the steps. But there's no prize for being close... still no way out.



    And finally, success! It usually seems to take five or six lessons to teach the dogs where the steps are.


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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    There is a moobahn in Pattaya off Tepersit (spelling) road where all the houses have pools in front and a basement room with a view. At least one guy had a small pool table in the basement and would invite young ladies with bikinis around to swim while he and his mates played pool.
    Jomtien Park Villas. Very nice village it is too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    And finally, success! It usually seems to take five or six lessons to teach the dogs where the steps are.
    Great effort Mendip, i'm jealous she's a real treasure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    There is a moobahn in Pattaya off Tepersit (spelling) road where all the houses have pools in front and a basement room with a view. At least one guy had a small pool table in the basement and would invite young ladies with bikinis around to swim while he and his mates played pool.
    Why would you be playing pool in Pattaya while watching brass swim?

    Get in the pool with them or get them over the pool table.

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    ^Because it gets boring after a while so instead of having a tv in your pool room, a window into a swimming pool with girls in it mixes things up

    There's been a few bars in Pattaya with giant fish tanks and naked girls frolicking in them, Freeway bar and Blue Lagoon come to mind. For those of us without the soothing sights and sounds of a fish tank at home, these places fill the void

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    ^ I still have a void, mate...


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    ^Ok try to imagine that tank being about 20 times bigger and instead of fish, there's naked girls diving down to get the pool table balls you've thrown in that cost 20 Baht each. This is going on while you've got a Heineken in one hand and a girl in a bowling-ball grip in the other. Disgusting

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    ^totally disgusting, headworx! As disgusting as elephant pants.

    There's this YouTube husky/ malamute that I watch (Sherpa dog) - he loves the water (river) & likes to swim. Maybe dogs like natural bodies of water and not artificial ones like pools? (I don't know nothing!)

    Goid to see Coco in her/his first swimming lesson.

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    ^^ I seem to have lived a very sheltered life!

    So when is Dill's pool party?

    ^ Coco's a she... and a very pretty one at that. At some point this will present a whole new set of problems with Tommy and Yogi... our two intact males.

    The vet thinks she's about 8 months old, so her first season could be any time now that she's getting back into condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katie23 View Post
    totally disgusting, headworx!
    Totally. In fact I'd often tell them they had exactly 120 minutes to stop that sort of disgusting behavior or I'd leave, but they never listened

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    At some point this will present a whole new set of problems with Tommy and Yogi... our two intact males.
    What's stopping you? It's not that you don't know what to do, innit?

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    Lom... it's on the list but she's not strong enough for an op yet. It's very difficult for a vet to judge the aneasthetic for a weak dog.

    To be honest I may let her have her first season, which I've heard is healthier for a bitch. It would just mean a difficult few days keeping the dogs separated.

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