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Re: Pooches

Postby Vicks » Sat Mar 03, 2018 4:47 pm

jp761 wrote:
Vicks wrote:
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The cold weather is depressing Jack, he hasn't been for a walk for days.
Aww Is it at least starting to thaw where you are?


I was out this morning and the roads weren't that bad, so hopefully it will be gone soon.

In saying that..

A woman in Morrisons filled her trolley with ten large cartons of milk and ten wee pint one's.

The weather is having a strange effect on some people.

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Re: Pooches

Postby jp761 » Sat Mar 03, 2018 10:05 pm

Vicks wrote:
jp761 wrote:
Vicks wrote:
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The cold weather is depressing Jack, he hasn't been for a walk for days.
Aww Is it at least starting to thaw where you are?


I was out this morning and the roads weren't that bad, so hopefully it will be gone soon.

In saying that..

A woman in Morrisons filled her trolley with ten large cartons of milk and ten wee pint one's.

The weather is having a strange effect on some people.

:ooer:
Good, Jack, will get his mojo back in no time.
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Re: Pooches

Postby Vicks » Sun Mar 04, 2018 6:08 am

jp761 wrote:
Vicks wrote:
jp761 wrote:
Vicks wrote:
IMG_20180227_133042.jpg


The cold weather is depressing Jack, he hasn't been for a walk for days.
Aww Is it at least starting to thaw where you are?


I was out this morning and the roads weren't that bad, so hopefully it will be gone soon.

In saying that..

A woman in Morrisons filled her trolley with ten large cartons of milk and ten wee pint one's.

The weather is having a strange effect on some people.

:ooer:
Good, Jack, will get his mojo back in no time.


I hope so.

His only exercise for the last few days has been chasing the pigeons in the back garden.

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Re: Pooches

Postby Vicks » Sun Mar 04, 2018 6:10 am

Autocorrect wanted to use back yard instead of back garden.

I'm not American.

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Re: Pooches

Postby Holly » Sun Mar 04, 2018 8:04 am

Vicks wrote:Autocorrect wanted to use back yard instead of back garden.

I'm not American.

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NZ says back yard too :gigglesnshit:
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Re: Pooches

Postby Major » Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:56 pm

Nucks wrote:If you could have a pooch, Major, what breed would you get?

We looked after a border terrier a few years ago and she was lovely. Friendly and a little kooky. :gigglesnshit: Probably my fault, I tend to ‘break’ animals after they’ve been with me for a spell.


My view of a border Collie is they are brill pooch but can be nasty, I would have one as a pet.
I would have a small Jack Russell as a pet.

I would have an Alsayshun, Rottwelder, Weimaraner, Rhodesian Ridgeback for guard dogs, had the last 3

The only dogs I do not have time for are ones here, they know who they are. lol lol lol
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Re: Pooches

Postby Major » Wed Mar 07, 2018 8:09 pm

Major wrote:
Nucks wrote:If you could have a pooch, Major, what breed would you get?

We looked after a border terrier a few years ago and she was lovely. Friendly and a little kooky. :gigglesnshit: Probably my fault, I tend to ‘break’ animals after they’ve been with me for a spell.


My view of a border Collie is they are brill pooch but can be nasty, I would have one as a pet.
I would have a small Jack Russell as a pet.

I would have an Alsayshun, Rottwelder, Weimaraner, Rhodesian Ridgeback for guard dogs, had the last 3

The only dogs I do not have time for are ones here, they know who they are. lol lol lol

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Re: Pooches

Postby jp761 » Wed Mar 07, 2018 8:11 pm

Major wrote:
Nucks wrote:If you could have a pooch, Major, what breed would you get?

We looked after a border terrier a few years ago and she was lovely. Friendly and a little kooky. :gigglesnshit: Probably my fault, I tend to ‘break’ animals after they’ve been with me for a spell.


My view of a border Collie is they are brill pooch but can be nasty, I would have one as a pet.
I would have a small Jack Russell as a pet.

I would have an Alsayshun, Rottwelder, Weimaraner, Rhodesian Ridgeback for guard dogs, had the last 3

The only dogs I do not have time for are ones here, they know who they are. lol lol lol
Those Rottwelders are handy with the Soldering iron.
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Re: Pooches

Postby Nucks » Thu Mar 08, 2018 7:45 pm

Major wrote:
Nucks wrote:If you could have a pooch, Major, what breed would you get?

We looked after a border terrier a few years ago and she was lovely. Friendly and a little kooky. :gigglesnshit: Probably my fault, I tend to ‘break’ animals after they’ve been with me for a spell.


My view of a border Collie is they are brill pooch but can be nasty, I would have one as a pet.
I would have a small Jack Russell as a pet.

I would have an Alsayshun, Rottwelder, Weimaraner, Rhodesian Ridgeback for guard dogs, had the last 3

The only dogs I do not have time for are ones here, they know who they are. lol lol lol


Border terrier, not border collie. :smilin:

http://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/border-terrier#/slide/1

Ours was very blonde/ginger, hardly any dark markings on her which is slightly unusual for that breed.
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Re: Pooches

Postby Major » Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:42 am

I can only remember 1 Border terrier named Whiskey, the owner told me it had unusually short legs and was good field activities, I did watch it with other dogs around some very old vacated pig pens ratting, it did brill, 66 rats were killed that morning.

He always sat in the passenger seat of owners pick up truck and no one dare go near it. lol
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Re: Pooches

Postby Guest » Fri Mar 09, 2018 3:33 pm

Major wrote:I can only remember 1 Border terrier named Whiskey, the owner told me it had unusually short legs and was good field activities, I did watch it with other dogs around some very old vacated pig pens ratting, it did brill, 66 rats were killed that morning.

He always sat in the passenger seat of owners pick up truck and no one dare go near it. lol


it's amazing you can remember the exact number, starbold.
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Re: Pooches

Postby Major » Fri Mar 09, 2018 9:16 pm

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Major wrote:I can only remember 1 Border terrier named Whiskey, the owner told me it had unusually short legs and was good field activities, I did watch it with other dogs around some very old vacated pig pens ratting, it did brill, 66 rats were killed that morning.

He always sat in the passenger seat of owners pick up truck and no one dare go near it. lol


it's amazing you can remember the exact number, starbold.


Not really white feather.

I can also remember 4 of us shooting 127 rabbits in one night on a 2000 acre estate, I imagined they were anti British trolls and never missed a shot.
I remember personally shooting 7 foxes in 1 day, 7 muntjac the following day and was presented with 2 bottles of champers which I do not imbibe in.

Wish you were there.

Glad to be informative.




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Re: Pooches

Postby Nucks » Sat Mar 10, 2018 5:24 am

Although dogs are largely domesticated now, many of them still retain strong hunting instincts. A friend of mine had a border collie who used to try and ‘round up’ other smaller dogs and even kids if you didn’t keep an eye on her. :gigglesnshit: She was kind of a pest. We were camping one summer and she was constantly harassing another camper’s dog, we wondered if she might have thought it was a sheep. :mrgreen: American Eskimo dogs are slightly bigger than a Pomeranian but look like a miniature Samoyed.

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Re: Pooches

Postby Major » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:38 pm

A mans best friend is his dog, so they say.

I know quite a few who have dogs and worship them.

IMHO having adequate insurance for ones pooch is paramount.
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Re: Pooches

Postby Keyser » Wed Mar 14, 2018 1:23 am

The ultimate canine killing machine.

Be afraid.

Be very afraid. :hide:

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