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September 13, 2013

[VIDEO] Eko’s On And Off Again Relationship

Ah, young love.  It can certainly be fickle.  Check out Eko’s hot and cold relationship with his favorite frenemy. Any guesses as to why Eko’s relationship isn’t more harmonious?
Ah, young love.  It can certainly be fickle.  Check out Eko’s hot and cold relationship with his favorite frenemy.
Any guesses as to why Eko’s relationship isn’t more harmonious?

Comments for [VIDEO] Eko’s On And Off Again Relationship

  1. PigLove says:

    PLOL (Pig laughing out loud). Oh Eko that is so funny. At least you will go ‘towards’ the dryer and play love/hate with it. Do you know that thing to this date still scares me and makes me bark at it? Now the purr things – that is my love/hate relationship – snorts. XOXO – Bacon

  2. Victoria says:

    same dance but not as elaborate w/the hair dryer – the harness comes out and we get a crazy dance from Muffin…she is all excited to go out but a little worried its the vet that we are going to….great video -thanks for the friday laughs

  3. kdkh says:

    Whenever I blow dry my hair, my parrot takes a bath. No reason why, and she doesn’t get blow dried she she’s done. I’ve heard lots of parrots feel this way.

  4. I literally laughed out loud………THANK YOU!

  5. Emmadog says:

    I’m not real fond of the blow dryer and luckily, I rarely have to use it because my fur dries pretty fast. I think Eko thinks it is a big game, but he doesn’t appear to have a real terrifying fear at least.

  6. You’re a brave boy, Eko! I hide in the kitchen when I hear the hair dryer. Or the vacuum, or the lawn mower, or an airplane….

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  7. Delft says:

    Yup, our last dog had exactly the same. He also loved to play with brooms when someone was sweeping. We got him from a shelter, and I think as a puppy he used to ride on the vacuum cleaner…

  8. Whee are the same about the air blower thingy. Whee hate it and run away when whee are wet and need drying but when the hoomans are using it on themselves whee go crazy and love it! It’s the same with our big fan. The hoomans have one that rotates and whee follow it because whee love it but if they point it at us whee run away

    Maybe whee are just fickle little piggies!

    Nacho, Noah, Buddy & Basil
    xxxx

  9. Erica says:

    My lab, Murphy, barks at the hairdryer also. His love/hate relationship is with the vacuum! He often barks at it and nudges it as if he’s trying to get it to play chase with him! It’s hilarious to watch!

  10. Steven/Buddy says:

    Will I understand what you are saying.
    Buddy is the same way with the blow drier and brushing him out? I never could understand why ?
    Also he acts one way inside the house, sweet, listens, but get him outside in the yard he acts
    as a different dog ? But anywhere out of the yard he acts like he does in the house ?
    I have read, and asked others about this and no one can tell me what I can do ? But all that matters to me is Buddy loves me and is always there for me, then I can over look these couple of things. Maybe because Buddy is still in his puppy years and he will grow out of it one day ?
    Thanks Will & Eko

  11. Chancy’s love/hate relationship is with the lawnmower. When we start it up he chews on and barks like crazy but when I start mowing he walks along side me or the mower never making a sound. Hugs and nose kisses

  12. Jessica says:

    That is too funny! Taylor’s relationship with the hair dryer is all HATE!!! Through and through! She DOES have a love/hate relationship with something else, and that is with her mommy and daddy whenever we come home minutes after petting another dog! She runs up to us to say HI and play, then stops dead in her tracks to smell us, then backs away for a bit. The process then repeats itself one or two more times before she finally understands and is OK with the fact that, for a brief moment, mommy/daddy cheated on her with another dog!

  13. Sage says:

    That was soooooo funny!! At least Eko doesn’t bite it like Sage would.

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