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Old 04-27-2011, 10:32 PM   #1751
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Old 04-27-2011, 11:55 PM   #1753
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Everyday for some reason my dog Abby sits at the top of the stairs and howls. It must be a dog thing.
Can you take a picture of her mouth?

We had a dog that howled and when she did her mouth was a perfect O. It makes me laugh to this day.
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Can you take a picture of her mouth?

We had a dog that howled and when she did her mouth was a perfect O. It makes me laugh to this day.
So you wanna see his dog smile like a doughnut?

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So you wanna see his dog smile like a doughnut?

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The only reason you posted is to keep this at the top in hopes to fulfill you're own fantasy.
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The only reason you posted is to keep this at the top in hopes to fulfill you're own fantasy.
That's just silly! I have my own dog and he loves peanut butter!

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If you think you can, then do it!

A good barrel racing horse doesn't need a rider. They can run the barrels themselves.

My uncle had a horse ranch in Bly Oregon. His daughter went to the NFR 4 or 5 times for barrel racing. His son went to the NFR 6 times for Bare back and saddle bronc. I was up visiting many many moons ago with my grandmother. We saddled up Shorty his daughters old barrel racing horse and I went off a riding all over the country out there. I got down next to the arena he had built for training and old shorty spied the barrels and TOOK the hell off faster than I thought the old fart could go. I was just holding on with all my mite while he ran the barrels. scared the living day lights out of me but it sure was fun.
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Towboater, cool pics of the mushrooms.
Edible? Give some details, please
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My dad had a cutting horse growing up that would go run circles and sh!t anytime he was commanded to do so. His neighbor was pissing and moaning about the dust one day so he set old Cowboy off in a figure 8 pattern for a while. I laugh just thinking about it.
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