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Look Dad

Post by rkappes » Thu Aug 23, 2012 6:07 am

Had Jerz out running the other night. Heard a commotion in the cattails, out pops Jerz with a muskrat, just as happy as could be!
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Re: Look Dad

Post by Ghosted3 » Thu Aug 23, 2012 7:33 am

"I brought you a present!" lol

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Re: Look Dad

Post by Bberry20 » Thu Aug 23, 2012 7:34 am

quite the hunter you have there!

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Re: Look Dad

Post by SHORTFAT » Thu Aug 23, 2012 7:47 am

Lol! I love it! Ya never know what they'll get into... :lol: My pointer came out of a hole with a chipmonk latched ahold of her cheek when she was a pup... still has the scar & still holds a grudge! :mrgreen: When I was a kid my Grandad had an old Scotty dog that would bring home woodchucks and lay 'em on the back porch... My Grandmother would yell at my Grandad about his smelly dog! 8) Good stuff! I wish I had a picture of that old Scotty now! I love the way your dog is lickin' his chops! :twisted:
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Re: Look Dad

Post by cohanzick creek » Thu Aug 23, 2012 7:57 am

cool pic funny
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Re: Look Dad

Post by HDAU » Thu Aug 23, 2012 9:30 am

That is great! He is so proud!

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Re: Look Dad

Post by deseeker » Thu Aug 23, 2012 10:11 am

Just wait until he proudly brings you back a skunk :lol:

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Re: Look Dad

Post by bob and gigi » Mon Aug 27, 2012 8:04 am

Mine did the same thing last week .. pretty gross looking little things

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Re: Look Dad

Post by AzDoggin » Mon Aug 27, 2012 9:07 am

Ha! "I caught this on my OWN. You didn't have to shoot it!"

Too funny. Made my Monday. :D

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Re: Look Dad

Post by ohmymy111 » Mon Aug 27, 2012 8:42 pm

Hey Ryan,

Colleen and I took 8 of the dogs out for a run tonight and lo and behold, Hellion comes beating feet past us and Colleen screams "She's got a muskrat in her mouth" Must be that time of year!! LOL
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Re: Look Dad

Post by jwnissen » Mon Aug 27, 2012 9:01 pm

We use to live out in the desert in Sothern California and our Dalmation use to bring us home Jack rabbit pieces, birds and lizards!! Her favorite thing to do was go into the desert and look for lizards, she would hunt down places they would hude and wait for us to lift it up. It was quite entertaining. I miss that dog!!

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Re: Look Dad

Post by birddog1968 » Mon Aug 27, 2012 9:18 pm

Muskrats good eating.....


Just wait till its a Porky..... :lol:
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Re: Look Dad

Post by Ghosted3 » Mon Aug 27, 2012 11:54 pm

Now to train my ESS to go to KFC!

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Re: Look Dad

Post by rkappes » Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:20 am

SHORTFAT wrote:Lol! I love it! Ya never know what they'll get into... :lol: My pointer came out of a hole with a chipmonk latched ahold of her cheek when she was a pup... still has the scar & still holds a grudge! :mrgreen: When I was a kid my Grandad had an old Scotty dog that would bring home woodchucks and lay 'em on the back porch... My Grandmother would yell at my Grandad about his smelly dog! 8) Good stuff! I wish I had a picture of that old Scotty now! I love the way your dog is lickin' his chops! :twisted:
It's always an adventure isn't it? Haha. I like them little scotty dogs, cool little dogs. BTW nice pointer!

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Re: Look Dad

Post by rkappes » Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:28 am

deseeker wrote:Just wait until he proudly brings you back a skunk :lol:
She's been sprayed three times so far, all the first year we had her, knock on wood those will be the last. I've learned that she has completely different body language when it comes to mammals and birds. If I see her 'mammal' body language I call her off immediately. Last summer I found her and she was nose to nose with a badger, never got hurt, thank god. I called her off and then the badger proceeded to chase me for about 20 yards, he was gaining ground on me, I was freaked out, I think I filled my shorts. I'm glad he quit chasing. I ran for a 1/2 mile straight back to the vehicle. Quiet possibly the scariest thing I've ever been involved in.

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Re: Look Dad

Post by rkappes » Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:31 am

ohmymy111 wrote:Hey Ryan,

Colleen and I took 8 of the dogs out for a run tonight and lo and behold, Hellion comes beating feet past us and Colleen screams "She's got a muskrat in her mouth" Must be that time of year!! LOL
Hahaha.....too funny! I thought about stopping this past Monday on our way back from Bully Pulpit but it was getting late. How's the new pup doing? She's a looker. Hope all is well.

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Re: Look Dad

Post by rkappes » Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:36 am

birddog1968 wrote:Muskrats good eating.....


Just wait till its a Porky..... :lol:
I'm thinking of giving ND sharpies a try this year, hopefully opening weekend. As much as she loves fur porkies worry me. On our way to Medora this week we saw a ton of dead porkies on the road. A lot of roadkill in general (coons, skunks, porkies, mink, beaver, coyote, pheasants) way more than around here.

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