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I snapped this pic of Molly watching Supernatural with us. She was obviously comfy with her foot kicked back, laying by the fireplace.

Anyone else have a beagle that likes TV?
 

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Our guys chill out in the TV room with us when we watch but they usually just curl up and go to sleep!

Molly sure looks into that episode
 

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Our parrot has her own TV shows that she loves to watch. If one is on don't dare change the channel.

She even has a TV of her very own in her very own bed room.
 

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The dogs love sitting beside me on the coach and watching whatever I've got on the TV. They must love seeing everything moving on the screen.
 

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What a cool picture! Molly has great taste too! Supernatural is on very late Friday nights here down under so we (Penny and I) snuggle up together because hubby and Tuppence have gone to bed. I'm glad she stays with me because I am a scardy cat
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Originally Posted By: Mollys Mom She was obviously comfy with her foot kicked back,
We have often wondered, Penny lies down all the time with both legs kicked back - (we call them her frogs legs), is this normal? We were concerned that she might have difficulty with her hips/pelvis when she gets older? Are we just worrying about nothing?
 

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3 Pence....that is so cool that you have Supernatural there!!

Also, the froggie leg pose for beagles is super common
 

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Colby loves to watch tv. His favorite thing to watch on tv is believe it or not but NASCAR. Not sure if it is the constant flashing of the cars going by or what but he'll just sit and watch the race for hours.
 

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Originally Posted By: 3Pence[We have often wondered, Penny lies down all the time with both legs kicked back - (we call them her frogs legs), is this normal? We were concerned that she might have difficulty with her hips/pelvis when she gets older? Are we just worrying about nothing?
Very common pose, and super cute too!
 
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