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I was in the kitchen cooking and Chloe was just wondering around. Then my brother asked me something so I went to him and when I came back she was inside the garbage can, chewing... /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/doh.gif
I just forgot for a minute she was a beagle.... stupid me /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/smack.gif.

So after I gave her my loud "NO", she ran to my brother (her savior) and she won't even look at me now... it's been almost an hour /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/PBnervous2.gif.
 

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Awww, you hurt her feelings! Don't take it personal Eleanor. She still loves you! She's just pouting!
 

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Yeah, I know. I don't take it so personally, of course. It just amazes me how "human" like they act sometimes. I never have encountered that with my other dog. Beagles are the best!
 

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Awww poor Chloe...bad momma /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/grin.gif

Rosa sulks if I shout NO (which isn't very often) but Sherry just looks at me with her head on one side like I'm nuts.
 

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I think she is trying to train you so you won't tell her no. I know Maggie has trained me on a few issues.
 

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This makes me laugh!! I can just picture Polly looking at me and thinking "can't blame a Beagle for trying!"
 

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Actually beagles are not the ONLY dogs that "pout" - my mom had a little poodle that was the world's best "pouter"! If he was mad at HER, he wouldn't even look at her - and would only come to me! Her poodle and my keeshond were "interchangeable" dogs - they loved both of us equally - when mom adopted "Ari" she had just had surgery and her friends saved him from the shelter (he belonged to her best friend's niece and she was tired of him so was going to dump him - they thought Ari and mom would be good for each other). At any rate, I was staying with her - so had to take care of her (and him), so he was as much "my" dog as hers. When I got my keeshond puppy, mom was retired and stayed with me a lot - so Sasha loved my mom too. We had many laughs with the TWO of them. Someday I should write a book about some of their antics!
 

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That's funny, what a smart girl, she knows how to get to her mommy.

At my house, Duke is so used to the word "no" that he thinks it's part of his name. The only time he pouts is when he gets in really big trouble and gets booted outside for a timeout.
 

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Our first two beagles, Bilbo and Spotty, both sulked terribly. It sometimes made us feel really bad! Susi and Snoopy havent learnt that trick yet. However, if we get annoyed with them they look so surprised and scared we feel rotten.
 

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Murphy has pouting down to an art! But, the best I ever saw her was the other morning. She was going to get her teeth cleaned, so she couldn't have any thing to eat. The look I got when I walked out the door to go to work and didn't give her, her breakfast! She was crushed!!
 

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Jersey's a good pouter as well. She hates to get in trouble and will go lay in her crate and sulk.

Don't worry Chloe. Mommy still loves you. But take advantage of the guilt trip as much as you can. I'm sure your uncle will keep you safe. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/wink.gif
 

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Bianca is a pouter as well, but more of a suckup when she gets in trouble. That is usually when she decides to come up and love on me the most, is when she has been up to no good!!! But how can you resists such puppy eyes?
 
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