Discussion in 'The Bench' started by Nailhead Ronnie, Nov 10, 2018.
Dogs are definitely man's best.
Picking up Ella to foster/adopt next Sunday in NY after the NE/GS party.
Anybody got fish? Cant forget about them.
my cat just ran into a moving car, its dead. no pics sorry.
I got a new cat. Has short hair and a pointy tail.
ha HA... I got one of them that runs accross my back fence just after dark like clockwork for a while now. I got it with a water hose and it didnt even phase it.
I can't have possums around. Their feces causes can cause a fatal sickness in horses. If I see them they're dead. Fortunately there is one good purpose to having coyotes around.
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Are you going to breed them together
New.to the pack..Once i figured out i was lied to about my jackrussell mix (its really mixed with a pit bull not great dane/st.bernard) race. She hasent grown any, she will be a small/medium dog. She had a huge heart and has proved her hunting skill.
The wife wanted another big dog. So i searched out for something big. I found are new dog. St. Bernard/ Australian Sheppard.
That small white dog is a story in itself. I will tell you guys his story soon.
Here's my girl Luna.
Blind now but still my best buddy....Maxie
Found a picture of Leo(!!!) in a stack of old pictures last night.
He had been beaten as a pup and was halfway in a hamburger sack when I caught him by our loading dock. As all Chow Chow & mixes as Leo was he was a one owner kind of guy (command wise) but watched over all of us extremely well.
Here he was getting the point across to my brother that he was on an important call and to shove off!(might also explain all the “1-(800)HOT-DAWG”charges from back then)! Heh heh
Very patient with me too obviously
Must be hard being a dog...
Listen to this dogs story.
I went to work one day and my coworker had a puppy. I asked about it, told me iylt was for another coworker. I asked if he had another because my grandparents have been asking me for one. He said only one left but that was promised to someone already.
A couple hours passed and I got a call from my coworker saying he thought the puppy would have a better life with me.
He then goes on to tell me that it was going to go to a customers he services in his route. The customer owns a ranch and is a big drinker. The customer had two german Shepards and a small dog. Last week the small dog was feeling brave and snapped on one german shepard. The German Shepard bit the small dog in the head and killed it. The guy goes for his rifle and shoots the Shepard dead. The other Shepard come to see what has happened and the guy shoot that one dead too....
This is the puppy my coworker gave me
So i take it to my grandparents house on friday. Sunday Grandpa calls me to take it back. You see grandma has dementia and taking care of a puppy was too much for him..
So sunday my wife does a group text and her cousin and his wife come over hours later and they take him.
Monday, the next day they call her, to take it back.
You see these people took a puppy to the groomer to get its hair cut. It got scared and on the way back it pooped in there car. Apparently that was all they could take. They were going to take it to the pound.
Some people just dont understand dogs.
At this point i was not going to give this dog away for a week. I told myself that this dog needed a stable home and owner for at least a week.
I gave it its shot.
A week later i sold it on Craigslist for 100 to someone who wanted a dog for her daughters "therapy".
Crazy how many different "lifes" this pup could of had.
Oh and while it was with me I named it Reggie (short for rejected)
We actually had a pet Opossum. Her name was Omar, she y was a good pet. She used the catbox, got along with our cats, loved grilled cheese sandwiches, and enjoyed being in our laps. Interestingly, she would never walk directly across a room, she would hug the walls. One very important characteristic that we learned the hard way was that you never touched her until you were absolutely positive that she knew you were there. The Opossum has more (sharp) teeth then any other North American land animal. The bride and I both gave blood during our learning process. I do have photos, but they are film on paper, and I have no way of loading them into this computer. Since the upgrade to Windows 10 this computer will no longer allow me to load photos.