15 Responses to “Pawsive Resistance”

  1. Kris

    Hilarious! I wonder if they could tempt him to do it himself with a bit of food. A 1-year old should be flying up there!

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  2. Diana

    Teach Scarlet to motivate Tucker. Maybe he is “Tucker’ed” out and you should rename him, “Ready to go!”

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  3. Maggie

    I understand it’s a pain and he should be trained to do it but it’s so wonderfully goofy I almost say leave things as they imperfectly are…

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  4. Grumpy

    Why do for yourself when others can do for you?

    Just leave Tucker at home when you and the poodle go on your adventures in the car. He’ll be jealous and won’t want to miss out next time….

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  5. Nay

    To be honest, this MAY be the best dog shaming I’ve seen yet … What an absolute card!

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  6. Marilyn

    This is the funniest thing I have seen in YEARS. I laughed until I CRIED!!!!!!! You and Tucker have made my day! Please keep all of us out here informed as to what Tucker is up to next! Would love to continue to read more about him! How does Scarlett put up with him! Actually, she does look rather annoyed—like “Not AGAIN with this drama queen stuff! What a pain!!!!” I can tell what she’s thinking.

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  7. Jess

    hahaha this is hilarious!! my golden will be out in the yard trying to catch iguanas in our pool. when I get him out of the pool and tell him to go inside, he goes completely limp like this. its like he knows its much harder to lift a dead limp dog! theyre too smart!

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  8. carissa

    My first Australian Shepherd had me convinced that he couldn’t jump onto my bed. He would pt his front paws on my bed and I would lift his back end up. One day my Mom saw me doing this and asked me why. When I explained that Princeton couldn’t do it himself, she said he does it ALL the time I am at school. Sneaky brat!

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