My family has had doxies on and off for years. My boy Boomer is as loving as they come and also the biggest A..... that you may run into. One Xmas my SIL brought along her sheepdog. Boomer did not care for him and jumped up and grabbed his throat and came down with a long grey mess of hair in his mouth. Looked just like Fumanchu. The sheepdog was not seen the rest of the weekend.
She's quarantined for the time being because the vet found a place on her side that might be a bite wound but unlikely. She was a bad ass yesterday but when our grandson came to see her, she saw him and rolled over on her back for a belly rub.This message has been edited. Last edited by: ulsterman,
She's quarantined for the time being because the vet found a place on her side that might be a bite wound but unlikely. She was a bad ass yesterday but when our grandson came to see her, she saw him and rolled over on her back for a belly rub.
What a good looking dog!
Is she really only ten pounds? Hard to believe, as the demon cat that Paragon palmed off on me is by no means a large cat, and she is ten pounds and a few ounces.
A mind is a terrible thing.
Posts: 17175 | Location: Central Florida (near Orlando) | Registered: January 03, 2010
Originally posted by bendable: for some reason they yowl it up when the B.N.S.F freight train blows its horn, around here
Same here. We get about a dozen trains a day, and the coyote chorus unleashes, from all around in the desert (we're surrounded by state land), and sometimes even right down in the wash by our house. We've always had one dog (out of three) that barks at this, and at coyotes passing nearby. After a few weeks, it becomes Pavlovian. Our barker starts barking as soon as the whistle sounds, or even sometimes just hearing the train. It only last about 15 seconds.
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