Dog Show

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Shihan, Sep 27, 2009.

  1. Shihan

    Shihan Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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    I know everyone has their personal protection, what about early warning system of the four legged kind...Lets see your other best friends
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    One of my Puppies.
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    My First line of protection.
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    The Lady of the house.
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    My oddball.

    I know their out there.
     
  2. Gojubrian

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    I have two great dane pups (7 1/2months) and a terrier mix 2yrs old. The little terrier stays inside and is a good yappy doggy, like she's supposed to be.
    The great danes wouldn't hurt a fly, but their bark is already intimidating. My male stands at 30" at the withers and 95lbs, already!! The female stands at 27.5" and 87lbs. They are both sweet as ever. I'll put up some photos tomorrow. :)
     

  3. cpttango30

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    3 of the 4 attack cats. Mr. Chubbs will flob down in front of a bg tripping him MC (Big Gray and white) will then freak out jumping nad running all over knocking the 35# plant container over on teh bg head. Sweet Pea then small orange one will then walk over and breath in the bg face for the death blow (She has bad teeth and bad very bad breath think rotting skunk mixed with rotting chicken liver). Then The dog will come over and start eating his feet. Now if that ain't a protection combo I don't know what is.
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  4. Robert NC

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    CptTango.
    Your warning system is about like mine. Love the pimp motif.
     
  5. jwhirl413

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    Aussies for life

    Here they are. I currently have 3 australian shepherds. My oldest male was run over last october, but his little boy(now a spitting image of his father) is now full grown and acts just like him. I am in the process of training the newest edition, our beautiful black tri female. they dont miss anything, if our outdoor cat jumps up on the porch swing they go nuts, i cant believe the things they hear. I for one wouldn't dare break in my house, not when they go bananas at the first sound.

    Last year I was sitting on the couch watching tv at about 1:30 or two, all lights off, even outside, and I hear the softest knock on my door, the dogs go crazy and rush the door, I grab the 9(right beside me) and pop on the outdoor light and peak through the blinds, no one in sight( all within about 6 secs of the knock). I hope whomever it was soiled themselves on the way out of my driveway cause they scattered the rocks in my walkway like they were a stumbling drunk. Inside dogs are priceless and will probably keep me from every having to fire my pistol at an intruder.
     

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  6. Jo da Plumbr

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    New photo of Roscoe from Labor Day Camping Trip


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  7. Gojubrian

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    Kaiser a few months ago.

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    Sadie at the same time.

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  8. roosterjuicer

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    a yellow lab for hunting, a german shepherd for home protection, and a king charels for wifey.
     

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  9. jwhirl413

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    chase and catch

    not the best footage, but worth the view in my opinion. too bad he's not around to continue but his son is just as good...hope you enjoy it.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcXO0nWUhyM]YouTube - dogs 035[/ame]
     
  10. slowryde45

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    The 3 Stooges...but don't let their docile appearance fool you :rolleyes:

    If you've never been hit by a 69 pound torpedo, try either of our bassets on for size. The Boston Terrier is the old man in the group, at 8 yrs old and 30 pounds. He's got the jaws of a pit bull, and though small compared to the other 2, you would know if he latched on. But the youngest Basset is the watch dog, and has a taste for snow...or BG's. ;)

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  11. cpttango30

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    Slow the one on the left looks like he belong to Orangello (Looks a little stoned).

    Funny tidbit of info.

    Although I bet jwhirl413 already knows this.

    Australian Shepard's are an American breed none of the dogs involved ever came from Aussi.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8JB_AK5QpQ"]Shelby with her bumble ball.[/ame]

    We had one of them stupid guys that sells meat out of the back of his pickup come knock on the door tonight. Shelby came out of nowhere and stop about 1" short of the front door glass and was growling and barking like a dog that weighed 130#. She got some special noms for that. Made that guy jump 6 feet back off the porch.
     
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  12. jwhirl413

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    You are correct, they probably would be better suited with the name American shepherd. They can herd anything, children, sheep, cattle, badguys, and if the shtf we may use them to herd some sheeple, here's a video that you may enjoy, spud doing some real work...

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYiVcp02VJ0]YouTube - herd 001[/ame]
     
  13. slowryde45

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    Oh, now you did it...attack mode (in Shar Pei disguise)...

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    Here he is when he hasn't touched the Ganja :p

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    Don't let their docile looks fool you though. They may look small, but in reality, Bassets are FULL size dogs, just with shorter legs. Originally, they were bred to hunt foxes, rabbits, and....BADGERS:eek:

    So don't be 'dissin' the pup - j/k. Besides, you'd have a 50-50 chance if you got in the house, that he'd either eat you or hump you.


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  14. roosterjuicer

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    Either way your screwed!
     
  15. Jess

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    Bolt the ACD. pure vicious:p

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    Hurley the Harrier, professional Victoria's Secret hunter.
     

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  17. Troy Michalik

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    This is our new pup we picked up this weekend. She's a Heeler / Border Collie cross. She's only 5 weeks old, but already has the "herding stalk".
     

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  18. Jess

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    awwww so cute I love it
     
  19. AsmelEduardo

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    Lazaro - Dachshund
    The shoes eater.... LOL:D
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  20. orangello

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    I am currently limited to two cats, one fairly large. Someday, i will own a yellow lab named Lemonjello. I frequently borrowed a friend's yellow lab for canoeing and camping when i lived in TN; it was a wriggling ball of insane energy named Lucy. It's owner adopted it after it failed out of cadaver finding school. After a good day of canoeing (Lab reads as swimming) that dog could eat a Waffle House porterhouse steak in three bites or less, extra time for hashbrowns. R.I.P. Lucy