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A few images from Battery Chamberlin

A few images from Battery Chamberlin







One color, one B&W.




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OK, so we've had these dogs for about 5 years...

My wife found them when she was out walking our big dog. Someone had dumped them. The vet said they were about 6 weeks old at the time, just old enough to get their shots.

Ever since we got them they have done this weird thing: They will sit down next to each other, assume practically the same position, and hold it for about 5 minutes like they've gone into a trance or something. They aren't looking at anything (as far as I can tell). They can even be in different parts of the house; one will go find the other, and they will exhibit this behavior. At the end of about 5 minutes they will turn their heads, look at each other, and then go about whatever it was they were doing prior to the behavior (sitting on my lap in this case). It can be kind of unnerving. I've started wondering if they are downloading instructions from a mother ship somewhere... .

Seriously, anyone know anything about this type of behavior in dogs?

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OK, so we've had these dogs for about 5 years...

My wife found them when she was out walking our big dog. Someone had dumped them. The vet said they were about 6 weeks old at the time, just old enough to get their shots.

Ever since we got them they have done this weird thing: They will sit down next to each other, assume practically the same position, and hold it for about 5 minutes like they've gone into a trance or something. They aren't looking at anything (as far as I can tell). They can even be in different parts of the house; one will go find the other, and they will exhibit this behavior. At the end of about 5 minutes they will turn their heads, look at each other, and then go about whatever it was they were doing prior to the behavior (sitting on my lap in this case). It can be kind of unnerving. I've started wondering if they are downloading instructions from a mother ship somewhere... .

Seriously, anyone know anything about this type of behavior in dogs? I will post in the Pets Group as well.


mnhtnbb earlier posted an image that included her feet; figured I could as well, although mine isn't as nice.

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