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Uncle Jesse
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to all our southern boys

Post by Uncle Jesse » Wed Apr 06, 2005 2:51 pm

my dogs appear to be digging a hole toward your side of the continent, so keep your eyes peeled
If only the best birds sang, the woods would be silent.

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Post by Virginia Gentleman » Wed Apr 06, 2005 10:00 pm

What kinda dogs you got, Jesse? I got a black & white bird dog who's prone to digging at the far end of the yard, so maybe they'll meet in the middle.
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Post by Uncle Jesse » Thu Apr 07, 2005 8:32 am

cool, we can trade some shine under ground!

i have a pit bull puppy, she's young and hyper and a pit bull/black lab mix who is older and a great dog. he'd have made a great bird dog if i was of the right mind.
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Post by Virginia Gentleman » Fri Apr 08, 2005 6:24 am

Good deal, might have to send a St. Bernard through with a cask around his neck.

Pit Bulls are great dogs, despite all their bad raps (from bad owners). Mine's a setter, but she's all family pet, no time to hunt her. As the plumber said, she's kinds "ruint" as in ruined as a bird dog.
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Post by DBM » Fri Apr 08, 2005 4:10 pm

My Beagle had 8 puppies last week. I went from a 3 beagle pack to an 11 beagle pack in one day. Anybody need some rabbit dogs?

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Post by Virginia Gentleman » Mon Apr 11, 2005 5:17 am

Life gets busy when there's a litter, huh DMB.
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yeh

Post by Uncle Jesse » Mon Apr 11, 2005 7:47 am

thought about letting my pit have a litter but could i handle the activity?
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Post by Josesillo » Mon Apr 11, 2005 7:49 am

i read you posts with tears in my eyes, my 11 months old mastiff had a very bad case of hip dysplasia and i had to put her to sleep, i had some pics of her posted some time ago, take care of your puppies and give them some love from me
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Post by Virginia Gentleman » Mon Apr 11, 2005 12:00 pm

No fun to lose a favorite dog. Saw one of mine get hit by a Mack Truck years ago. Still think about her. Thoughts out to ya'll.
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Post by fish » Sat Aug 13, 2005 4:33 am

Time doesn't help ease the pain of losing a family pet. I had to have our Mastiff put down. It came as a total shock, took him to the Vet thought he may have hurt himself (he was completely night blind from PRA) and after Xrays found bone cancer. 4/01/05 RIP His ashes are above the computer, kids still include him in the list of family pets. Its odd I have lost many dogs growing up but with our Mastiff there was more dog to love 180 pounds worth :shock: worlds best foot warmer.

Do you plan to get another Mastiff Jose?

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Post by Jaxom » Sat Aug 13, 2005 11:49 pm

I feel the same, I have an 11 year old black lab, sorta thinks he's half human, half puppy... Yet he's showing his age as well. Use to love to fetch a ball for me, now he looks at me as if I'm stupid if I toss a ball.

When the time comes, Gino will be sorely missed, but I will get another lab, I've had many different breeds through my life (parents breed poodles and dobermans), but nothing beats the temperment of labs imho!

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Post by The Chemist » Sun Aug 14, 2005 1:21 am

Jaxom wrote: (parents breed poodles and dobermans)
Poobermans? Doberoodles? ( :lol: )

But seriously, I'm with y'all. Always had dogs, wouldn't be without one. Tough to lose any of them. Currently being kept by a chocolate lab and a weenie dog.
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