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Thread: Pinging Evan: About your Bear Dog.

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    Default Pinging Evan: About your Bear Dog.

    Come and see me when Bear Dog can do this. I can get him a shot on the Jay Leno Show!

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    She would never do anything like that in public. It would make her look foolish. She is very image conscious.

    In the privacy of her own home it's another story...

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    Cross Dresser huh?

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    Cross Dresser huh?
    Nope, it's a disguise.
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    Look out for disguises...

    You never learn anything by doing it right.

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    ... or devious plots.

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    "Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work." Thomas Edison

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    Vet got another $200 out of US today.. whoo hoo.. I think I felt like a lil ole lady who was told her muffler bearings were making a noise, or the starter fluid leaked out of her starter.

    I got to listen to him tell me the dog is fat, I reminded him that he cut his scrotum off. My dog eats a can of food a day, fork fed by my wife. Spoiled is not the proper term.
    Excuse me, I farted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David E Cofer

    I got to listen to him tell me the dog is fat, I reminded him that he cut his scrotum off. My dog eats a can of food a day, fork fed by my wife. Spoiled is not the proper term.
    That's why our dogs have never been cut. They seem to stay leaner that way. Both my labs were about the same weight their entire adult lives until we had them put down.

    I might also add, if you take'em to the vet and just show them another dog going through the process you make a friend for life You can't keep him from kissing and licking you. Get him a neighborhood girl friend and you see a lot of this attitude:

    Life is good!


    I sure miss that guy.

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    Intact dogs stay thinner?? My boy Mickey is intact and he weighs 135 lbs easily! I am told that is on the large side for a German Shepherd Dog . I would hate to see how fat he would get if he was neutered! His little sister Minnie is around 85 lbs(spayed), just a skinny little thing but she bosses him around something unmercifully.

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    Our Giant Alaskan Malamute is intact. He weighs at least 160 and probably more, much more. I don't know for sure, we have no way to weigh him. He's big though.

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