What if it Snows?

Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by Dave_in_AZ, Mar 19, 2018.

  1. Opus

    Opus Road Train Member

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  3. 77fib77

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    I'm with her right now. She is doing much better. Growling and barking are way down. Things at night she barks and it's loud. She is more playful now. Tail wags high not in between the legs. She is smart and listens. She is a good dog.

    But, wants to dominate any dog she meets. The wide stance, she throws them paws like haymakers. IMG_20210605_101343828_HDR.jpg IMG_20210605_101340197.jpg
     
  4. Jaebo74

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    I thought I was the only one that felt this way.... On the same note the male country artist aren't country either.
     
  5. Cowboyrich

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    Pretty dog
     
  6. Jaebo74

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    It wasn't actual real sushi. It was imitation crab meat.

    Raw fish = YUMMY


    For any one of you guys that were wondering, I realize it goes without saying, but, don't get the Pilot sushi. The rice is bad and they only gave me about a half of a thimble of wasabi. It was not good, but, I didn't get sick.
     
  7. Rideandrepair

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    She’s a beauty alright. After I got mine (from the Detroit humane society) we were amazed at the muscle structure of her hind legs. They told us she was a chow/Australian Shepard mix. Lol. They knew better. But since they have a destroy policy unfortunately because of all the Dog fighting. They were found abandoned (4 pups in a house. The fighters tend to do that, if the puopsaren’t aggressive. I hadn’t paid much attention, but quickly figured out she was a pit, after a couple other owners told me. A quick search, and I found an almost identical one. I admit, I was Leary at first, as my daughter was young. A little research convinced me to keep her. Besides I couldn’t take a chance on her falling into the wrong hands. Unfortunately I was the wrong hands, as She got hit by a car, chasing a rabbit about a year later, I thought I had her trained good, but instincts took over. We had a case in our neighborhood where 3 had attacked a horse. A fourth saw it through a picture window, jumped through it, and joined in. That’s crazy. They can be fierce, when they want to be. They get a bad rap. More people get bit by Labs, than pits.in reality. American staffordshire terrier. Great dogs.
     
  8. okiedokie

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    That's because you did not consume enough to get ill. o_O
     
  9. 77fib77

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    It's a do anything dog. They were used to take down bulls, kill rats in the cities, nanny dogs as settlers pushed west. Farmer side kick dogs, follow the farmer around all day. Mine gets scared easily, but just people. No she was scared in the woods too. Took her to bucheits, it's a farm and fleet type store, she would look at me and ignore people. Like hoping they would go away. She looked at the chicks , didn't know what to make of them.


    Still very little ammo. A box of
    223 was $35.
     
  10. LoSt_AgAiN

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    His rectum
     
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