Duke

Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by Maryellen, Jun 20, 2019.

  1. Maryellen

    Maryellen Well-Known Member

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    Hopefully he will do good, but it will be rare he goes in the truck. Next time will be for his neuter and 3 year vaccines. On e that's all done he won't go again until he needs his next 3 yr rabies vaccine.
     
  2. Maryellen

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    Him.and moe today. 20191110_153447.jpg 20191110_153446.jpg 20191110_153421.jpg
     
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    Moe is 3 yrs old.
     
  5. robin416

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    So, technically still a teenager and willing to play when offered the opportunity.
     
  6. Maryellen

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    Yep. Moe will play with any dog properly introduced. He will play all day all night as long as the play is not mean. He is just a rough player,body checks,slams,etc so the dog that plays with him has to be able to not break lol
     
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    lol when I looked at the first pic my very first thought was "my what big teeth you have!" haha
     
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  8. Maryellen

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    Another video.

    Duke is the big fluffy blond puppy
     
  10. robin416

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    Sadly, due to data allowance issues I can't enjoy two happy dogs having a ball with each other.
     
  11. Maryellen

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    Hanging with the goats yesterday, eating goat poop. 20191124_161759.jpg
     

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  12. robin416

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    You know, whether you wanted him or not, he is a stunning animal.

    How is he with the birds?
     
  13. Maryellen

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    He is really stunning I agree. He is great with the chickens now that he is more mature,still eats their poop :(
     
  14. robin416

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    That will never change. I think mine preferred hunting chicken poop over hunting other things they should have been hunting.
     
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    He does pay attention to the birds in the sky thankfully lol
     
  16. robin416

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    Yeah, once I had mine trained which birds belong in our pack they were vigilant about others. They ran off a few buzzards, at first they thought they should run of the Canada geese but decided on their own to let them hang out. I think my dogs were taking the cues from the Guineas, if the Guineas didn't want them there then the dogs should go help chase the interlopers off.
     
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  17. Maryellen

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    Neuter day today. 8 months old and 100 lbs..
    He does ok by himself on car rides when

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    When what? You left that last line sort of hanging out there.
     
  19. Maryellen

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    Sorry. He is fine driving in car when alone
     
  20. robin416

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    LOL He's not totally alone, he's got you. I do get what you're saying though, alone in not having another of his canine roommates.

    Do you get him home today or tomorrow?