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    Apparently it is mastiff x sharpei.

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    Shit, double parked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by upnorth uplander View Post
    RIP old bugger
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    ... The tough life of my hunting companion. Name:  In jail .jpg
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    She's a hard life a dog has alright.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
    Rule 1: Treat every firearm as loaded
    Rule 2: Always point firearms in a safe direction
    Rule 3: Load a firearm only when ready to fire
    Rule 4: Identify your target beyond all doubt
    Rule 5: Check your firing zone
    Rule 6: Store firearms and ammunition safely
    Rule 7: Avoid alcohol and drugs when handling firearms

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    My Chesador with first Pheasant, tracked flushed and retrieved was pretty happy with her effort
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    The time Ivy ate a bee

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    The time she spewed up a goat skin burrito......To this day i have not smelt anything so rancid in all my life.
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    Pre hunt, Is as impressed as my wife about being up at 6.30 on a Saturday. Sneaky Photobomber Ruby in the back window
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    @Nugget connaisseur that "goatskin burrito" brings back revolting memories of the collection of Brahman testicles my Stafford consumed on the sly (about 20) out of a bin in the yards, before his guts said ENOUGH and he cotched them up all over the rear seat of the Hilux, in about 40įC on Queensland heat....
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    Sounds like you win haha. This had been in the yard for a couple of weeks ripening before she ate it, the mix of rotting billy goatskin and stomach acid etc. Glad she didnt try to pass it as im sure the vet bill would of been huge haha.

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    Ruby is an assistance dog for my wife. To me shes just an expensive pet that can come to the movies hahahaha.
    Hunterway, Lab and Rotti mix.


    She helps with balance, picks up dropped items, brings medication etc, alerts if Rachel is going to faint.
    Rachel has also taught her to press crossing buttons, take off shoes and socks. Pickup rubbish and put it in the bin.

    All serious and work when the vest is on. Take it off and out comes the Hunterway and she runs around like crazy barking and having a good time.

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    Waiting to catch the bus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nugget connaisseur View Post
    Ruby is an assistance dog for my wife. To me shes just an expensive pet that can come to the movies hahahaha.
    Hunterway, Lab and Rotti mix.


    She helps with balance, picks up dropped items, brings medication etc, alerts if Rachel is going to faint.
    Rachel has also taught her to press crossing buttons, take off shoes and socks. Pickup rubbish and put it in the bin.

    All serious and work when the vest is on. Take it off and out comes the Hunterway and she runs around like crazy barking and having a good time.

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    Last lot. Jax,

    Was meant to go to an overseas military but didnt pass all of the tests. Its a shame as hes an awesome dog.


    My other two as well and a dog she was walking. Jax is the bottom right Belgium Malinois (Belgium Shepherd) New to the pack so not many photos of him alone

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    Mums chew toy of a dog 10/10 camouflage master.

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    Our first dog. Rotti Lab x

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    That’s a dog to be proud of
    Wifie did all the work, She put alot of time into her. Even when shes out and about in the vest the training still continues.
    Ill post some videos when i can
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    Yes please do @Nugget connaisseur, I love to see service dogs in action. It's a bloody marvel and they are remarkable creatures with remarkable trainers.

 

 

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