My scottish terrier has the habit of wallering on his back and talking like his back is itching what can I do?
Question by Grench: My scottish terrier has the habit of wallering on his back and talking like his back is itching what can I do?
He lays on his back and moves back & forth like he is scratching his back and makes a arharharh noise it is anoying and he does it all the time what can I do to stop it?
Answer by lildevil112878
Figure out why his skin there is bothering him and you can stop it.
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Soz but it made me and the wife laugh and as for Scottie dog he hasn’t a clue what’s going on ;0)
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Did you want something, Mr Herbie?? Flying scottie reenacted @ 0:25 Herbie, the 10-month-old white scottie, doing some air-digging while asking for the toy carrot. If you think he’s adorable, rate the video and share it with your pet-lover friends! === Video is enabled for embedding in your site / blog / facebook / social networking profile. Please place a linkback to: youtube.com ===
Listen till the end there is one or two pretty good ‘hellos in there. He’s gets closer each time.
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