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    These are my dogs! They are Democrats! I go to work they do nothing I have to let them out clean up after them!

    It's ridiculous! They are always looking for free hand out with sad eyes to make you feel sorry for them. I have to throw a toy for them to entertain them!

    Im sick of These Dimwit Democrats!

    I also half to pay for there heath care!
    I am such a sucker!!!

    They are good watch dogs if you want them to watch the robber take everything!!

    They love boat rides at camp that I have to take them on and pay for gas!

    When are they going to earn there keep?


    Black lab Misty 10 years, Chocolate Lab Graham 1 year! Other dog Syd 2 years old! She is a rescue ! What kind of dog do you think she is?

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    Originally posted by Danbo View Post
    These are my dogs! They are Democrats! I go to work they do nothing I have to let them out clean up after them!

    It's ridiculous! They are always looking for free hand out with sad eyes to make you feel sorry for them. I have to throw a toy for them to entertain them!

    Im sick of These Dimwit Democrats!

    I also half to pay for there heath care!
    I am such a sucker!!!

    They are good watch dogs if you want them to watch the robber take everything!!

    They love boat rides at camp that I have to take them on and pay for gas!

    When are they going to earn there keep?


    Black lab Misty 10 years, Chocolate Lab Graham 1 year! Other dog Syd 2 years old! She is a rescue ! What kind of dog do you think she is?
    My three dogs took care of me for years after I lost my wife and son back in 2009-2010. I wouldn't have made it without them. No doubt about that. Good socialists. Costs me a share of my home, my food, and even my bed. Taxes I don't mind paying. Money well spent.

    They are hunters and definitely earn their keep in the fall. Down to just two dogs now. Ten year-old black Lab Opal died a year ago May. Lab Ellie will be five in a few weeks and Coral (Puppy) will be nine in April.

    I'm betting your rescue dog is a Lab/Springer cross. And I bet it will hunt for you too.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Ontario Honker Hunter View Post

      My three dogs took care of me for years after I lost my wife and son back in 2009-2010. I wouldn't have made it without them. No doubt about that. Good socialists. Costs me a share of my home, my food, and even my bed. Taxes I don't mind paying. Money well spent.

      They are hunters and definitely earn their keep in the fall. Down to just two dogs now. Ten year-old black Lab Opal died a year ago May. Lab Ellie will be five in a few weeks and Coral (Puppy) will be nine in April.

      I'm betting your rescue dog is a Lab/Springer cross. And I bet it will hunt for you too.
      Honk I don't know how to respond!!!
      I'm so sorry for loss of your wife and son!!!!


      And I'm sorry for loss of your dog!


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      • #4
        My older lab does hunt
        haven't tried other two and yes the dogs are good to me. They are just extra lazy this winter.

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        • #5
          My dogs are socialists!
          They give what they can, love.
          I return what I can.
          A thrown ball.
          A treat flipped in the air to be caught.
          A glob of peanut butter with a glucosamine tab.
          Snorting up their smelly gas! Ugh!
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          True story.
          I took him with me to pick up a prescription at WalMart one afternoon.
          I was sitting on the old fart bench waiting while a much older gentleman with his "WWII VET" cap with the scrambled eggs on the bill was at the counter. He wasn't angry, but you could see the frustration and fatigue in his face and in his step.
          He finally finished and sat down on the bench beside me.
          The dog, lying at my feet, stood up and gently laid his huge head in the old timers lap.
          His face brightened a bit as he reached and stroked a silky ear.
          I corrected the dog to "Sit." and "Down."
          The old vet stroked the dogs head and said, "No, he's okay."
          With eyes closed, the dog stood stock still as the old vet rubbed his head and ears with both hands, finally smiling.
          They called my name about that time and I stood up.
          The old vet looked at me, smiled with a renewed twinkle in his eye and said, "I haven't felt this good all day."
          I choked back a tear and croaked out, "I'm glad you feel better."

          Life with dogs may get complicated at times, but I can't imagine my life without a dog in it!


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          • #6
            How about a pair of spazzes? Daughter/Mother 6 and almost 12.

            Funny, I was thinking of starting this exact same idea yesterday. Probably not coincidence.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
              My dogs are socialists!
              They give what they can, love.
              I return what I can.
              A thrown ball.
              A treat flipped in the air to be caught.
              A glob of peanut butter with a glucosamine tab.
              Snorting up their smelly gas! Ugh!
              Click image for larger version

Name:	20191018_164100.jpg
Views:	109
Size:	2.11 MB
ID:	725202 The male (back) is a therapy dog and tips the scales at about 115 pounds.
              True story.
              I took him with me to pick up a prescription at WalMart one afternoon.
              I was sitting on the old fart bench waiting while a much older gentleman with his "WWII VET" cap with the scrambled eggs on the bill was at the counter. He wasn't angry, but you could see the frustration and fatigue in his face and in his step.
              He finally finished and sat down on the bench beside me.
              The dog, lying at my feet, stood up and gently laid his huge head in the old timers lap.
              His face brightened a bit as he reached and stroked a silky ear.
              I corrected the dog to "Sit." and "Down."
              The old vet stroked the dogs head and said, "No, he's okay."
              With eyes closed, the dog stood stock still as the old vet rubbed his head and ears with both hands, finally smiling.
              They called my name about that time and I stood up.
              The old vet looked at me, smiled with a renewed twinkle in his eye and said, "I haven't felt this good all day."
              I choked back a tear and croaked out, "I'm glad you feel better."

              Life with dogs may get complicated at times, but I can't imagine my life without a dog in it!

              Good looking dogs there fb

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              • #8
                Originally posted by fitch270 View Post
                How about a pair of spazzes? Daughter/Mother 6 and almost 12.

                Funny, I was thinking of starting this exact same idea yesterday. Probably not coincidence.
                Good looking dogs Fitch! Are they bird hunters?

                Yes prolly not a coincidence.

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                • #9
                  Honk I think your right the rescue the vet said is a Springer mix of some sort. It's funny out at camp she thinks she's a lab jumping off docks and swimming

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                  • #10
                    They are, as best as I could make them. Old dog is still healthy and willing but showing her age. Pup was coming on strong two seasons back but we didnt get out much this past season and never did find birds. Plan to fix that this year, good chance it will be the last for the mother.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by fitch270 View Post
                      They are, as best as I could make them. Old dog is still healthy and willing but showing her age. Pup was coming on strong two seasons back but we didnt get out much this past season and never did find birds. Plan to fix that this year, good chance it will be the last for the mother.
                      Yea I missed bird season past two years because of bow hunting grind! The old lab is ok with bird hunting grouse the stocked pheasants and goose hunting. She needs help getting in vehicles after hunting!

                      I just got to spend less time bow hunting!!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Danbo View Post

                        Yea I missed bird season past two years because of bow hunting grind! The old lab is ok with bird hunting grouse the stocked pheasants and goose hunting. She needs help getting in vehicles after hunting!

                        I just got to spend less time bow hunting!!
                        Really? You'd rather sit in a blind all day doing nothing instead of bird hunting with your dogs? Every fall I spend all of two or three days deer hunting and at least three months hunting birds. What's not to like? Tons of shooting while the geese and ducks are in town then off to Montana where I'm walking all day in beautiful country watching the dogs have a blast ... and blasting plenty of wild uplands. If it took more than two or three days away from the dogs to get my buck, I'd probably give up deer hunting altogether.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Ontario Honker Hunter View Post

                          Really? You'd rather sit in a blind all day doing nothing instead of bird hunting with your dogs? Every fall I spend all of two or three days deer hunting and at least three months hunting birds. What's not to like? Tons of shooting while the geese and ducks are in town then off to Montana where I'm walking all day in beautiful country watching the dogs have a blast ... and blasting plenty of wild uplands. If it took more than two or three days away from the dogs to get my buck, I'd probably give up deer hunting altogether.
                          Honk, the one thing that helps hold this entire meager gang of bloggers together is our diversity.
                          Bird hunters, deer hunters, archers, riflemen, stalkers, stand sitters, dog men, old men, young(ish) men, cripples😎, the healthy, ice fishermen, dock fishermen, salt water and fresh, streams, lakes, rivers, mountains, plains. The frigid, snowy north to the cactus patches of the south, even Africa.
                          Mulies, antelope, squirrels, whitetails, rabbits, bass.....

                          Just because you wouldn't doesn't mean that someone else shouldn't.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Ontario Honker Hunter View Post

                            Really? You'd rather sit in a blind all day doing nothing instead of bird hunting with your dogs? Every fall I spend all of two or three days deer hunting and at least three months hunting birds. What's not to like? Tons of shooting while the geese and ducks are in town then off to Montana where I'm walking all day in beautiful country watching the dogs have a blast ... and blasting plenty of wild uplands. If it took more than two or three days away from the dogs to get my buck, I'd probably give up deer hunting altogether.
                            Usually it only takes me 1 day to get my buck with a gun! Not as easy bow hunting. And your right I need to get my dogs out hunting.

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                            • #15
                              I have told this story before. When young, I took the family poodle out. She was a natural and found a pheasant right away. But, I did not know you had to ease the dog into the sound of the gun. When the bird jumped up I shot and the rest of the day she was about 2" from my heel. My buddy finally got a dog so I never tried using her again. Even before the dogs we could each get a bird (we only took one each) but with the dog it took a lot less time.
                              Also, the poodle really took to water. When getting in to shallow water on my Fathers boat to swim she would be up on the bow waiting for the anchor to splash. At that moment she would jump the 6' to the water and swim all day if you let her.

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