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I've noticed that Daisy does. This morning I was taking her out before I left, and I was running late. She was taking her sweet time, so I griped at her a little. She looked at me like don't rush me but she went ahead and went. When we got back inside I put her in her crate and she will usually kiss me goodbye (lick my hand) but today she turned her back on me and just sat down, LOL. I guess she didn't like being rushed and griped at. She holds little grudges like that all the time. I think it's kind of funny.
 

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The couple of times that I have had to leave Maggie at a kennel for an extended stay she has obviously been pissed at me when I would pick her up. If dogs gave dirty looks, then that is what Maggie's facial expression looks like. It would take her several hours and several treats to overcome her attitude. Big time grudge!
 

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He, he, funny. Pooh Bear used to sit with his back to me after I had scolded him for something. I think they get their feelings hurt like we do.
 

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I had to laugh when I read this, because I was talking to a friend about the differences between raising girl and boy people, and then pups. She has girl dogs and boys...she says the girls will hold a grudge when someone slights them...a cookie isn't given, a walk isn't gotten long enough, someone steals a toy...they nudge each other, snap at each other for a day or so. But the boys just let it go after a few moments. Having taught elem school, I know that human children do the same thing, girls hold on to those slights with a vengence, and boys just grumble and then let go. Having only boy dogs, I don't see the grudge thing. How much we are like our dogs.

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Henry does sulk if he gets scolded...it's pitiful.
 

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That's too funny! Duke pouts for a brief time, Violet not really, but Cassie is the queen of pouting and sulking when she doesn't get her way. So true that they are just like little kids! Well, they are our kids.
 

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Monty holds grudges. If he sees us getting ready to go out for the evening he curls up on the couch with his back to us, and doesn't come to greet us when we get back. It's really sad and breaks me heart
 

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Bama will do the Beagle equivelent of givng you the bird. Vinny will slink over and try to make up with you.
 

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Baxter sulks for a bit then will come over and lay his head on my lap and want a belly rub.
He doesnt hold grudge long
 

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Booker is a master at holding a grudge - she will definitely turn away from you and not look at you if she is mad at you for something... and it can go on for quite some time. We call it doing a Booker and sometimes when we are having a human argument one of us will do a Booker and that usually breaks it up! Popcorn and Moose don't seem to have as high expectations of us and our behaviour!
 

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Maggie pouts and sits with her head down and a sad look. She generally get over it when it is time for food to be served.
 
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