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  SeanFredrick  |  6

He woke up to it peeing I don't think that jumping out of the way was his first thought and he probably didn't realize iit was even gonna pee until it was too late

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  ndizzle  |  6

"Getting ready to pee" could be a nanosecond before he starts. It's a definite possibility that it was physically impossible for a human being (and a drowsy one at that) to move in time to avoid it.

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  SeanFredrick  |  6

Well dogs don't have to pee straight down and the quickest way to get him off would be to toss him to the side which he could probably still get piss on him, plus if he had touched him while he needed to piss that could have startled the piss out even faster. and anyway op deserves it for not training their dog.

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it doesnt work if the dog is already peeing lol. if the dog is squatting and firing up, if u move it it will find a new spot if its already peeing dogs cant stop peeing like people can

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  FYL_hardd  |  6

It does indeed make sense. You're just trying to be right, & you aren't. Sorry, but, I've seen the works & it's not the same for every dog. And, rolling? I can't roll a 90 pound Doberman.

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sir in the kindest way possible can u read? when i said roll off i meant OP rolls off the bed away from dog piss, i never said roll the dog. and i am right about moving the dog ask anyone who has ever owned a small dog, when it squats you yell and move it. it stops what its doing and finds another spot.

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  FYL_hardd  |  6

Sorry about the rolling part, you weren't being clear. My dog would only look for another spot if he were on a leash, not if he were free. & you never said small dogs, this wouldn't have continued if you would be specific. P.S. I'm a woman, not a "sir".

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madam, when i said 'roll off the bed' many people with an IQ higher than a cattapillar could have realized i meant OP its simply reading stratigies and contex clues, the small dog part was self explanatory, an english bulldog is indeed a small dog directing the conversation in the direction of 'small dogs'

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