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Old 30-12-2015, 14:54   #16
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Old 30-12-2015, 15:04   #17
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Oh, that kind of dog.... Had an Aussie once, glad my ex wife got her... Both were nuts.
I can't understand the dog being nuts. The wife yep!
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Re: Dog ate my homework

Trust me, dogs and cats can be as nutty as people. We fostered several english springers for a while (and kept one who was only slightly crazy) but we had to give up one that was certifiable nutso. Beyond redemption. And springers are normally great dogs. We suspect they eventually put the poor dog down but dunno. One thing I can say, don't leave any papers around goats.
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Trust me, dogs and cats can be as nutty as people. We fostered several english springers for a while (and kept one who was only slightly crazy) but we had to give up one that was certifiable nutso. Beyond redemption. And springers are normally great dogs. We suspect they eventually put the poor dog down but dunno. One thing I can say, don't leave any papers around goats.
Don't leave the rubber trim on your car around goats. They will eat anything.
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Don't leave the rubber trim on your car around goats. They will eat anything.
Note to self: no goats on boats!
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If you put a goat on your boat, make sure it is dead first. My Aussie is spoiled rotten, I and I told the Wife if she leaves me she has to take the dog and the fish (Betas), but I think we would have a real fight about the dog. His biggest drawback is he barks at every damn thing, any ideas about curbing that behavior?
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Note to self: no goats on boats!
Joshua Slocum came to the same conclusion after someone gave him a goat that ate everything in sight, including some of his charts. Too bad he didn't have a back up GPS.
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Re: Dog ate my homework

If your present plan seems to be failing
Choose a better solution than mailing
Or quieten the pooch
With a bottle of hooch
So he's too *pissed to stop you from sailing!


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You are a poet, and your feet know it, they are Longfellers.
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I understand why they're not ticklish, now I know that they're made out of licorice ...

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If you put a goat on your boat, make sure it is dead first. My Aussie is spoiled rotten, I and I told the Wife if she leaves me she has to take the dog and the fish (Betas), but I think we would have a real fight about the dog. His biggest drawback is he barks at every damn thing, any ideas about curbing that behavior?
Let's not forget the "be nice rule"

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