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marine_enlisted

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I have a Jack Russell Terrier. I want to get a Vizsla for hunting, but they are hard to find around here. Anyone have a Vizsla?
 

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ummmmmm......yorkie...weighs in at a whopping 4.5 pounds. Attitude though is big dog.
Here he is with his kayaking gear on--
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3 mutts of unknown decent and one 1/2 dobermen 1/2 great dane who eats everything.
 

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2 miniture dachshunds. Fritz, and Frank. Chicks totally dig em. /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif

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a Boxer, A Dalmation, and a German Shepard puppy.quite a crew. love riding in the K5
 

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dont have any now. miss my daschund mut though. he was a smart lil prick. verry well mannored. i was training him to do all kinds of stuff. he knew to stay out of the road. tell him to sit and he gets in the closest chair. tell him the second command for sit and he sits where he is. load up, in the truck, get inside, in the house, out back, obvious, go to sleep, lay down, stay, i can go on. he only barked when i told him to or whenhe had an honest reason.

he was a damn good dog. i just wish i ws able to keep him.
Grant
 

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oh yeah, his name was Schnitzle. and he was able to jump a 4 foot wall no problem.
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Shes a mutt, german shepard/lab mix we think but can't account for how little she is in stature.
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marine_enlisted

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Speaking of little dog with big dog attitude.
Here is Buddy protecting the wife from the "evil digicam" /forums/images/graemlins/peace.gif

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From the little bit I can see, I'm gonna hafta assume your wife is HOT! /forums/images/graemlins/pimp1.gif
 

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Beagles... And Lots of'm!!! Three, and all housedogs! At least two sleep with my Son, and a third makes rounds throughout the night between the Boy's room and our bedroom. Great guard dogs, Great Family pets, and a Great size.
 

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Blue Heeler......great size and very protective as well. Our son loves him. My jury is still out... /forums/images/graemlins/thinking.gif
 

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We have a Shepard Wolf mix that loves the truck rides and getting her last swallow of Pepsi! /forums/images/graemlins/histerical.gif /forums/images/graemlins/histerical.gif
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i got a new foundland mix too, bear. plus i got to rotties bayne and attima.
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