I've noticed over the years that pets don't take tookindly to the time changes. My dog has a pretty set routine and this morning, when I took him out forhis walk just before 7:00am it was still dark out.He cocked his head to one side as if to ask me, "Why are we going out in the middle of the night?Maybe, I should move to Arizona, where they don't change the clocks. Anyone else observe this?~~~Ironically enough, NO... Our Golden sorta knows when my girlfriend will be home (I think based upon what time she leaves in the morning and the amount of time she is usually gone...), and come 4:55p he becomes quite alive and paces knowing she'll be home soon.The time change also brought up this question for me, but he still can read the clocks and knows what time we've set them to... <g>HC....
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