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Does your puppy make lots of growly type noises when he or she is playing? Oscar charges around like a loon, (reminds me of my uncles springer) grrr grr grrr lol It seems it goes with his play and I wondered if anyone else puppy does this?

He has a completely different grr noise for the neighbours cat I might add !!
 

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YES! Lady is very very vocal when she is playing...I was worried at first as all my other dogs had always been quiet....Not Lady...she even sometimes sounds like a pig and makes a funny oink noise..grunts and all it is quite funny!
 

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Phew, I must admit when I bought him home and put him down he imediatley humped my leg all 0.7kg of him , then with the gnashy play I was like omg I have a puppy with small dog syndrome, now I know its his play grr's and snorts - made me laugh the first time I saw him proper growl at the neighbours cat his stance was different too.

He also does a kinda snorty humf when I pick him up dunno what that is:confused:
 

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Yep Obi does it too when he's not squeaking! His nickname is still Sir Squeakalot :D
Ha ha ha .. love it ... that would make Oakley Sir Growlalot :)

Oakley does grrr when playing and bounce well he springs off things actually ... guess its those lamb looking legs of his he he he .... (he looks like a black lamb after his home trim)
 
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