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They all love it!.. +1 on Trash breaking, but good luck! Or you could teach the dog to brush his own teeth!.. :roll: our old Lab used to roll the fresh one's around to get the extra sprinkles on'em! :mrgreen: It seems like heroin to them... once they start, yer in fer an uphill battle to stop it!
- Mon Jan 21, 2013 12:15 pm
- Forum: Legislation & Hunting Rights
- Topic: Obama's 23 steps
- Replies: 41
- Views: 18572
The flip side of the coin. Should a person who has a verbel argument with their wife or girl friend loss thier gun rights because a cop decides that someone needs to be charged with a domestic over a simple argument? IMO it's just one more way to limit people of thier gun rights. Even thou domestic...
It's in the "eyes"! The look in Moe's eyes in the photo just screams with intensity, and it looks like Lou caught it in the painting! When you look at the painting and the photo, both, everything seems to be drawn to the dogs eyes! That is really cool!~ Thanks for sharing! 8) He sure does have a gif...
- Sat Jan 12, 2013 1:13 pm
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: About lost my best dog today!
- Replies: 43
- Views: 8172
Well I live in Pa and I have been hunting for 35 years and I HAVE SEEN A BEAR ATTACK A DOG!!! TWICE! So I don't doubt it one bit, or think that it's at all unusual. :roll: With the bear population as high as it is, it's gonna happen sometimes. I have also seen coyotes attack a domestic dog... in my ...
- Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:21 pm
- Forum: Guns and Ammo
- Topic: Have you seen the new proposal for an "assult weapons" ban?!
- Replies: 54
- Views: 12156
Like I've said on other threads before... the frogs are in the pot, the pot is on the stove and the burner is on high... complacent with comfort and willing to relinquish rights... worse yet, to sit back and be mocked and scorned for daring to disagree with the politically correct media... The probl...
- Wed Jan 09, 2013 7:39 am
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: 2013 FREE STUFF -- Contest Ideas Needed!
- Replies: 51
- Views: 12968
How 'bout some smaller consolation prizes, like hunting bells or check cords, collars and such? Also, may have missed it, but I don't think I've seen any kind of bedding mentioned yet... http://www.gundogsupply.com/dogbeds.html
- Tue Jan 01, 2013 6:36 am
- Forum: Training
- Topic: frustration screaming pointer pup.
- Replies: 13
- Views: 4884
My pointer was the same and I got her late too... Mine would only do it when the pheasants would run and not pin down... she would start yippin' like a beagle on a bunny... drove me nuts, and I was just about to try a bark collar when I had her hunting, but she stopped on her own... hope yours does ...
- Sun Dec 30, 2012 6:04 pm
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: What should a hunter always have in the truck?
- Replies: 35
- Views: 7876
I dunno, but if you've ever read some of the outdoor and field magazines list of things you should always carry in your pack while out hunting, you'll need your truck to haul it all! Keep it simple...
- Sun Dec 23, 2012 7:11 am
- Forum: Tributes to the Departed
- Topic: 4x CH NSTRA K Nine Blazin Bullet
- Replies: 16
- Views: 6007
Very sorry Knine... never easy to lose them when they make themselves such a part of your life. I hope you will still have a Merry Christmas and sit around the table telling hunting stories about Blazer.
LOL! My wife and EP are currently having a running fight about this!.. They are jockeying for pack position in the household! :mrgreen: I'm staying out of that fight! My wife has kicked the pointer outta the bed, but then last night she was sitting in the chair with a blanket on her lap and the dog ...
Wow! I have hunted deer for almost 35 years and all this time I had no idea I was such a monster!!! I wonder how many deer I've shot that were really dogs?!! :oops: I am sooo ashamed! Truth is... in Pa, most people hunt multiple game species, and most hunt deer, turkeys and upland birds too... of th...
When I was 9, my Grandfather gave me a complete reloading bench with all the equipment... It was kinda like the "you'll grow into it" gun... Lol... It stayed at his house, but he taught me how to reload and we spent hours and days at the bench and at the range... 25 years later, He gave it to me to ...
I've never had the problem. Only had a couple cat killers and they were staked out with barrel house's. Had one black male cat that broke them both of it to the point where I would come home and the car was sleeping with one or the other. I would go the avoidance route. Well not quite true, I'd kil...
- Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:38 pm
- Forum: Legislation & Hunting Rights
- Topic: Obama pushing shooters off public lands
- Replies: 18
- Views: 8205
Darn it. Deer usually aren't found on BLM land (they like forrest) but lots of upland birds are. So this is really focused on us. :evil: Sorry helpful, but I live smack dab in the middle of the alleghany national forest... It will end ALL of my hunting. deer, turkey, upland bird... There is plenty ...
- Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:58 am
- Forum: Hunting
- Topic: dealing with an unwelcome dog
- Replies: 24
- Views: 5882
Oh my GAWD! another dog came over and my dog got up from "sit"!.. The end of the world is near! Yeah... Fight wouldda been on pretty quick I think with most people...
Are you really that stupid or just an arguementative A hole? I think everyone knows I didnt mean I have hunted or trained with every breed in existence, but rather many different breeds. If there is any other relevant discussion on this thread I will gladly participate but I am done with the foolis...
I know its hard to determine the context of someone’s post on the internet, but, I did not state that SM have been in USA for 100 years if that’s what you are implying. I am well aware of the breeds history in this country as well as that of its orgin, along with that of many others. I have been fa...
People make all sorts of arguments about this breed and that. Mostly guided by emotional attachment. Always keep that in mind... I've read a couple suggestions in this thread that expeirenced dog handlers and hunters would find amusing.[/quote] Yeah... hardly anyone with any experience on THIS forum...
I like Labs for all around use and as a hunting house pet, but I have a friend that hunts everything form upland birds to the Fed-Ex guy with a well trained and very smart German Shepard... :mrgreen: I like DOGS... find one that YOU like and suits your specific needs and get it... The point is, ther...
What waiting period? I can go into any gun shop in Iowa and walk out with a gun, handgun, rifle, whatever I want. Guns are a major part of our heritage and history, just how would any form of govt try to get them from us? read a story once aboutit called the chicken that thought the sky was falling...
Yeah, I'm sorry, but I don't see pen raised pheasants as a problem for young dogs. My dog has a tougher time with pinning down Grouse than ditch chickens. To each his own... :roll: On a good note, I have seen 9 grouse in the last two days afield tho! 8) I hope the Woodcock come through our area this...
crappyguy... I generally don't like the dog to associate anything about the e-collar with birds... especially wild ones... keep patient and consistant and she will figgue it out... more birds will teach her better than a few birds with a bad association with the e-collar... JMHO... Glad your into bi...
Well, I guess I can see there may be reasons not to put your dog on pen raised birds... and what I know about training pointing dogs, you could fit in a thimble so, I certainly don't claim to know more than a published author... but... I just don't think there are enough wild birds availablein PA to...
That's a Pennsylvania stocked Ditch Chicken... We will hit them this week hard... Should be fun! But the grouse here seems to be the King of birds for a dog to figgure out... Mine is still struggleing at 3 years old... They just confound her to no end.