I know that Kai will whine
at agility class as he impatiently waits his turn to run.
Also, the time-honored phrase, "Use your words," is a great family code to shift a whine
into a request.
So you missed it at the puppy stage, and now when you sit in the duck boat your dog whines
at the prospect of a good hunt.
So the next step was to see if the whine
was being generated by the blade passing frequency--the frequency at which the fan blades pass the closest point on the housing.
Many dogs whine
with frustration because they want to interact with other dogs, people or even cars they see out the windows.
If his door is closed, she will whine
to get in,'' Dianne Larson said.
If she does whine
during a wait, stop, take her out of her box and walk her away, quit for the day, back up a few steps and go again the next day.
Hence it will affect the prices and these high school dropouts will whine
again and again and then a new solution will be sought out.
By what felt like the 40th whine
I was ready to ram the darkside down dearie's throat, together with the texting thumbs of the idiots sending her the messages.
Tchaikovsky's 1812 I can take, MairzyDoats is bearable, the Flowers of the Forest is OK at a pinch but last week the woman in the seat behind had a phone which erupted every few minutes with a mock-sepulchural whine
intoning "Message fromthe darkside, dearie".
ANOTHER vintage year for this fine Australian whine
following its arrival in 2003.
Earlier work had established that bats, as well as female frogs, prefer a whining call followed by some chuck noises instead of a plain whine
He could be a war correspondent as he creates an atmosphere in which one can almost hear the whine
of bullets, the explosion of bombs, and the screams of the wounded.
For once you were that noisy babe / who kept us up all night; // We counted sheep, / we tried to sleep, / five, six, seven times; // but every time / it was your whine
/ that woke us up AGAIN
Even if she continues to whine
make sure you remain calm, positive and ignore her behaviour.