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I don't know what the deal is but my yellow lab eats laying down at least half the time. He is really tall, so I think he just hates to bend over. It is the funniest thing I have seen. One of these days I will get a picture and post it. He thinks he is a person, he nocks pillows off of the couch so he can sleep with a pillow like a person does. We have a swimming pool and instead of bending over to get a drink, he actually walks into the pool and drinks so he doesn't have to bend over?
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HAHAHAHA lazy dog syndrome! that’s funny.....
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My dog only does that once in a while... if it is something really good like hot roast ham :salude:
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I have a buddy who's yellow lab is a horse. Apparently bigger dogs have some trouble eating from the floor. They got a stand to put the dogs bowls on. It seems kind of silly. Just a thought.
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harvey, it's not silly at all. this is very common with great danes and the like. as far as tall labs having a problem, mine is very tall and it doesn't seem to bother him a bit. of course, i think he would chew his own leg off if it meant he could have more to eat.
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My male does this ocassionally.
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