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Old 10-06-2012, 02:01 AM   #421
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Any beer drinking dogs? Mine will lick the dribbles while I bottle, lick the last drops from a bottle and if I let them, lap beer from my glass. Not much. Just a few licks,but it's not just curiosity or wanting what I have. They really seem to like it. Especially ales and wheats.

And yes I've read about hops and dogs. What I drink and brew is usually low in hops and a few laps of beer ain't hurting them.

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Old 10-06-2012, 02:17 AM   #422
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^^^ kinda looks like Dutch...





Some darn fine looking canines I'd say! I'm sure This Guy is exceedingly cool just like Dutch.

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And yes, Ruby is a sweetheart - however we're still putting her through some good groundwork to establish this as her new home - she is doing well but has a TON of energy! I sure forgot that puppy energy.
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Any beer drinking dogs? Mine will lick the dribbles while I bottle, lick the last drops from a bottle and if I let them, lap beer from my glass. Not much. Just a few licks,but it's not just curiosity or wanting what I have. They really seem to like it. Especially ales and wheats.
My Aussies would outdrink me if I let them. They love all of my beers.... May be I need to get them on the consumers' list to increase my production!

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Old 10-06-2012, 07:11 PM   #426
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Any beer drinking dogs? Mine will lick the dribbles while I bottle, lick the last drops from a bottle and if I let them, lap beer from my glass. Not much. Just a few licks,but it's not just curiosity or wanting what I have. They really seem to like it. Especially ales and wheats.

And yes I've read about hops and dogs. What I drink and brew is usually low in hops and a few laps of beer ain't hurting them.
My newf will drink as much as I give her. My friends have learned to put their beers out of her reach when they're over because she doesn't ask, she just starts lapping out of your glass.
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My newf will drink as much as I give her. My friends have learned to put their beers out of her reach when they're over because she doesn't ask, she just starts lapping out of your glass.
I used to have a newf. She was 235lbs and would knock over yourglass to drink rum and coke. She was the biggest teddy bear ever
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Old 10-06-2012, 08:24 PM   #428
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My newf will drink as much as I give her. My friends have learned to put their beers out of her reach when they're over because she doesn't ask, she just starts lapping out of your glass.
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I used to have a newf. She was 235lbs and would knock over yourglass to drink rum and coke. She was the biggest teddy bear ever
We are still talking about dogs right? If not, this thread could be very insulting to women from north of here.
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Old 10-06-2012, 08:53 PM   #429
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We are still talking about dogs right? If not, this thread could be very insulting to women from north of here.
It's okay. Even Canadians make fun of newfies.
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Its true *sniff, wipes away tear* they do

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