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 Post subject: My dog, Daisy.
PostPosted: 15 Jan 2007, 15:57 
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My dog is an English Springer Spaniel. We haven't taken her hunting or anything...
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Daisy looks like a great dog! Those Springers are great friends.


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PostPosted: 15 Jan 2007, 21:14 
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I had a dog just like that named Gomer, man i am so glad we sold him or i might be in the nuthouse right now, that dog ran off everynight about 2 miles down the road, so we had to go pick him up, and when we got home, that little guy knew we were gonna chain him up so he jumped out of the truck box, scratched the paint all up and ran away again, had to go get him again, then hold him down while we were driving back home, carried him to the dog house, then chained him up, 5 minutes later..... and this was every single day, he even followed me when i was driving to my hunting spot. got up in my treestand, 5 minutes later, i hear this noise thinking its a deer, well what do you know gomer is here, and if things couldnt get worse he takes a leak on my bait pile. and everytime he was one the chain, he barked for 24 hrs, and im not lying!and he wont stop till he gets his way, heres a pic of the little hellian

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= SUICIDE!!, cant you just see the evil in his eyes cause i can

Also the person we sold it to, 3 weeks later the phone rings, "You wont believe what just happend" "Gomer's gone, i cant find him nowhere!"

who knows where hes at by now, i wouldnt be surprised if hes at one of your guys houses right now


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Nice dog, all I got for house dogs is a Miniature schnauzer and a shih-tzu.

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PostPosted: 17 Jan 2007, 18:40 
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that dog ran off

Daisy runs off, too.

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PostPosted: 17 Jan 2007, 22:33 
A lot of sporting and hound breeds have issues with their noses getting them into trouble. They're very hard to keep contained, even with underground fences (the squirrel is worth the shock), kennels (I can dig!), and ties (neck is bigger than head).

It took 6 years to get my Molly to quit being an idiot. And when she's off leash, you can still see the hamster running in her brain overtime when I ask her to return vs chase the birdies.

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I have two dogs a 16 year old liver dalmation , and a 6 year old yellow lab and run did they run . I praise them when they came back and if I was able to sneak up on them when they ran I would scold them . but like I stated if they came back or came when I called They would be greatly rewarded so run but not far because they know to come as soon as I call and there will be praises or a treat. hmm trick or train or just good sense in control. worked great on both dogs. my 16 year old one is getting close very close but seems to be in good spirits and seems to not be in pain as far as I can tell she does not act like it though it is getting very hard for her to walk. im going to miss her when she is gone. :(

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PostPosted: 17 Jan 2007, 22:58 
Molly turns 11 in February. :(


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Molly is a very nice looking dog. I like Golden's. :)

Unfortunately, I don't have the time to maintain a dog... letting them out of the house all of the time, etc. The kids wanted pets though, so I broke down a couple of weeks ago.

Here they are... Video of the new guys in the house.

Names are Murphy and Molly, four months old, brother and sister. Cute little buggers. :D

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PostPosted: 18 Jan 2007, 10:43 
*lol* She's not a golden. She's a field irish.

aw, they're cute


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Lil Bit wrote:
*lol* She's not a golden. She's a field irish.

aw, they're cute


Oops, should have looked at the picture a little closer. :oops:

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PostPosted: 18 Jan 2007, 11:06 
Bah, it's okay. :) You have to see her face to realy know it, or her standing up


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Actually, once I looked at the picture closer the length of her hair was a dead giveaway.

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heres our baby shes almost 2 we also have a 8 year old sheltie border collie mix both love their grousing adventures
nice companions guys and gals
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PostPosted: 19 Jan 2007, 23:04 
Dude, put your dog in the car and drive to the nearest church...


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the nuclear plant down the road says this is perfectly normal for this area and they wouldnt lie to us

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trust me when i tell you this dog is pure evil she ones bit my wiener Dog that is I will post pic of her later


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Here is few of mine. My brother is holding him.. He is almost a year old.

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my 16 year old dalmation Abbey I have a yellow lab too not pictured.Image the color is correct she has liver spots.

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PostPosted: 28 Jan 2007, 22:38 
That's awesome. I was over at my friend's house tonight and she used to breed Dalmations. She had the #3 male in the country for quite a few years, and he even won the national specialty! Now, she's the national breeder referral and head show chair for the Dalmation Club of America. She's into briards now though and has the sister to my boy. :)


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this is my dog! She is a great bird hunter.

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sorry she didn't smile when I told her to... :lol:

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This is me and biscuit, he's the one the right. :wink:

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