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Old 11-03-2010, 07:27 PM
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Shark abuse.
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Is that a ridgeback? Can't tell but looks like it.
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Yeah but Ridgebacks like lions, not sharks.
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That's one way to land a shark!
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Personally, I am not placing my dog in a risk situation like that. Bunch of dumb ass** if you ask me!
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My buddy has a very large ridgeback(135lbs). I had to watch it one weekend and it went after a deer in my yard and almost got it. He is extremely docile however if harassed over and over has been known to do some serious damage to other dogs. Once in standing water for the dog the shark didn't have a chance, however serious stupidity for the owner not tying up that dog when you know you're bringing a fish near the boat not to mention a shark!
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Originally Posted by Mac53 View Post
Personally, I am not placing my dog in a risk situation like that. Bunch of dumb ass** if you ask me!
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Originally Posted by bjm9818 View Post
Is that a ridgeback? Can't tell but looks like it.

My wife watches her brothers Ridgeback everyday so we "have" one. The snout looks too short to me.......
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If that was a dogfish it would have been a fair fight.

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Dog playing with dead fish.

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