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Old 09-10-2015, 11:35 AM
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Old 09-10-2015, 11:55 AM
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I will admit it, I would run like a school girl, I hate rats.
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Best day of those dogs' lives.
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Old 09-10-2015, 12:46 PM
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Those rats will run right up your leg, stand clear and allow the dogs to do the job.
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Old 09-10-2015, 12:58 PM
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Those rats will run right up your leg, stand clear and allow the dogs to do the job.
Exactly my thoughts, eff that
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Lol
I don't mind them or mice, until you get that many, then something must be done.
I'd be afraid those pooches would get bit and contract some awful disease .
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Rat Terriers make one of the best liveaboard dogs to keep rats away - bred precisely for this reason.
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My Yorkie got hold of a squirrel once; there's a reason they introduced the terrier in to the bull dog line.
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Best day of those dogs' lives.
I know! They looked like it was christmas! Toys everywhere.
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Rat Terriers make one of the best liveaboard dogs to keep rats away - bred precisely for this reason.
I never even thought about them actually being rat terrors
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Rat Terriers make one of the best liveaboard dogs to keep rats away - bred precisely for this reason.


Working dogs are AWESOME!!!!
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Originally Posted by Ermoalfa View Post
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The Spoils of war at the end is impressive!!

See my pup buenchkin.
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Originally Posted by Boat Bum View Post
My Yorkie got hold of a squirrel once; there's a reason they introduced the terrier in to the bull dog line.
I had a wolfhound Airedale mix for nearly 15 years. She would try to take down anything from a squirrel to a horse. I was surprised how many times an 80lb dog could sneak up on a squirrel.
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And then the owners nuzzle their dogs who then lick the owners faces.
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Originally Posted by flcatcher1 View Post
And then the owners nuzzle their dogs who then lick the owners faces.
I'm still alive. All the medical issues I have had never once been attributed to a dog unless you define some of the humans I've met as such.
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I'm still alive. All the medical issues I have had never once been attributed to a dog unless you define some of the humans I've met as such.
Most of the dogs I've met were in a bar after midnight.


In my defense, I didn't know they were dogs til the morning.


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Originally Posted by davedowneast View Post
Most of the dogs I've met were in a bar after midnight.


In my defense, I didn't know they were dogs til the morning.


Chew your arm off like a fox in a trap?
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Nine iron.
Lol that would be fun. I woulda just cleared everyone out and used a 20 guage with no choke and spread-r shells in there.
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