Lying down

by Dianne
(Alberta)

When all of the Pyrenees dogs that we have owned and raised lye down, they flop down loud and hard every time. Why? They are quiet otherwise.

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Nov 08, 2020
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Flop
by: Ck In va

LoL. My boys do the same.I guess.itsjust one of the crazy things these GREAT dogs do. I did put down throw rugs as much as I could. Seems they slide down or flop.Seems to help some. My over weight pry was the worst. And in reverse he jumps up instead of standing up. As long as they not in pain we dont worry about it.

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