Attacked by a wolf

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Dearhunter, Jan 19, 2016.

  1. Dearhunter

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  2. Sniper03

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    OMG Deerhunter!
    Are you ever lucky to have survived that gruesome attack. I have heard some of them have been exceptionally aggressive already this year!:p

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  3. MisterMcCool

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    Fearless, the both of you!
     
  4. SRK97

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  5. RKB

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    Suckered me in. This time of year, I expected to see mangled tissue/blood/guts/gore/bones - which I'd rather not see anyway. Instead I see this handsome fella. Thanks!
     
  6. F4U

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    I think you need to explain to him that he doesn't need to bring you your slippers when they are already on your feet! :p:p

    Cute little guy though!!
     
  7. 303tom

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  8. Idahoshooter

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    You are lucky there was not a pack of them!!
     
  9. CardiacColt68

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    Looks like it would make a nice small pillow. Didn't you have a rifle with you?
     
  10. Balota

    Balota ... but I used to play keyboards.

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    His foot will survive, but will that shoe survive later? ;)
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  11. Dearhunter

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    It is actually a Husky puppy.
     
  12. JimRau

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    I love Huskies, but it would be inhumane for me to have them in Alabama!!!!:(
     
  13. F4U

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    My ex inlaws had huskies, they had to physically drag them into the house in the winter,, They were great dogs though.
     
  14. Artie1957

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    You are lucky to have survived such a vicious attack! May I suggest a milk bone biscuit next time. Offer it instead of the foot!
     
  15. Shade

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    We have Great Pyrenees, same problem... GP's like to roam too :rolleyes:
     
  16. Gonzilla

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    Bud had one - great pullers on the leash though. What really surprised me - he would pounce on things. Thought only cats did that but he would get low, wait for something to get in range and then pounce.

    Dog also had some areas he did not like anyone to touch but I suppose that is just part of the socialization process. We are all products of our environment.