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Old 01-07-2013, 08:42 PM   #551
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This dog was a hunter and my best friend. I hunted over him in sub-0 temps and he never got cold, he would take a goose out like he was born to do it. I was leaving for work at 4:30am and he ran into the people robbing the house next to me, he switched to kill mode. I've wanted another dog since he passed, but I miss him too much.
So sorry to hear about your dog, but what a great friend and protector you had! I know the pain too. We lost our 11 year old border collie a couple of weeks before Christmas. She was acting kinda weird at night, so we took her into the vet thinking she had some tummy issues. Turns out her heart was double its normal size and hardly pumping any blood. We had to put her down that night.

I was surprised at how hard it was/is. I can't think about another dog yet either, it'll be 6 months or more easily. I still wake up at night sometimes wondering where she is.
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:48 PM   #552
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We have friends who have an ankle-biter. This dog has bit multiple people, however it has not been put down because it is "cute" and "cuddly" yet the dog is truly a menace, and it's owners are weak-willed people who will not take the action required to correct the dog.

However, my rescue Ruby, is a sweetie pie. The shame of it, is that even without any previous history of biting someone she is viewed more dangerous than a dog that has already BIT people. The only difference is, if she bit someone she would do ton more damage.

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Old 01-07-2013, 08:53 PM   #553
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:54 PM   #554
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There are indeed peaceful ones, and most won't even ever harm anybody. But the statistics make it pretty clear that the breed as a whole is still far more aggressive and more dangerous than the average dog.
When you raise the dog to fight, that will be the case. You could also say that MMA fighters will statistically get in more fights than other citizens.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:07 PM   #556
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Here's Willow, (a mini-Golden Doodle) celebrating with one of Willow Run Brewery's finest (she hates beer, but stays in any pose we put her in).

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My two Shepherds Luda and Carter. They are best buddies.

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Today is my dog Vanna's 9th birthday. She's the white one. Best dog I have ever had, and I've had them all my life. She's smart, obedient, and faithful. Am I giving her a present? yes, there will be a nice piece of brisket in her dog bowl tonight

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Here are my two monsters, both my best friends, great dane thinks she is a lap dog and shepherd isn't one to be a snuggler but is always at my side.

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