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Discussion in '2007 Archive' started by av1611jim, Jul 13, 2007.

  1. av1611jim

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    That's nice.

    I've seen stuff like that, too, only in reverse. Neighbor's cat nursed this dog from puppy to doggie, they're real close, the cat sleeps with her head on the dog's tummy.

    Then another neighbor had three puppies and a piglet she raised together.
    The dogs ate pigs feed, and vice-versa. All four run around the backyard chasing, nipping, and riding each other. Dogs think they're pigs, pig thinks she's a dog.

    Animals are funny.
     
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    I Love It! Thanks for posting! :)
     
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    Nasty little dogs. Wouldn't have one and don't want to be around them.
     
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    My Wire Fox Terrier disagrees....:laugh:
     
  6. webdog

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    ...so does my Cairn Terrier!
     
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    Webdog (no pun intended)...
    In 1979 we had close to 50 Cairn Terriers at the DOD Dog Studies Branch to put into the small dog detector program....they failed miserably.....not their fault though. These poor little guys had never seen the outside of a kennel and some dummy thought kennel dogs would survive being thown into a new universe and driven against their will to try to immediately train them. It was a farce and not the breed's fault. Given a regular life, I found them to be fearless, smart, fast learners and loyal to a fault.
    Just a little story I thot you'd like to read.
    Bartimaeus
     
  8. Bro. James Reed

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    My cat, who was a stray that I found outside a few years ago and named Sugar, looks exactly like that kitten.

    There is some evil mother cat going around south Texas having kittens and abandoning them.:laugh:
     
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    You are right...they are very intelligent. They are also very strong willed, which negates the intelligence. We took our little Sadie to beginner obedience class...TWICE. Not because she didn't learn the commands, but because she didn't want to follow orders.
     

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