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Re: My Dogs

Postby Ranch Dog » 29 Jan 2018 08

My reloading room is part of a large garage/barn. When I'm in the room, I leave the door open so the dogs can visit. I was running 7.62x39 through the Load-Master and noticed they were not around anymore, looked out...

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Re: My Dogs

Postby SaltH2Odeprived » 29 Jan 2018 19

Looks like they are living large... just won the K9 lottery!
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Re: My Dogs

Postby P89DC » 18 Feb 2018 10

Yes! I adopted a Pyrador, half Lab, half Great Pyrenees. He was dumped at the fair grounds and starved down to 60lbs before he was captured. He was "hard to adopt" due to his size. 18 months later we are the best of friends and he's over 100lbs:
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Re: My Dogs

Postby Ranch Dog » 19 Feb 2018 10

Your dog is very handsome, and I'm glad to hear how well he is doing!

Mine have become terrific ranch dogs. Both love the truck and mule. Zeus, the cur mix, sits next to me and the hound, Laurel, stands point on the hood.

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Zeus had taken the task of retrieving my dad's newspaper every morning. I go with him and back because I don't want him jumping across the cattle guard just yet. It's a boundary issue, something neither of them is to cross, so he waits for me to pick up the paper and give it to him and then he takes off for the delivery.

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Its 300 yards out from my house and 700 yards back to my dad's. He could do it on command, but I'm going to give it a few more months of understanding the boundaries before he solos. Laurel goes with him, but he doesn't retrieve.
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Re: My Dogs

Postby GasGuzzler » 19 Feb 2018 21

Thanks!
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Postby Ranch Dog » 20 Feb 2018 07

My game cam captured the rare two-headed dog.

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What is weird is that we are out in the pasture they walk shoulder to shoulder like this, their gate in step. You would think these to dogs twins rather than not knowing each other a month ago.
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