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I see Troupers training is coming along nicely... Cool
 
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Yeah, Trooper likes the precision rifles for some reason, while Trina prefers CQB stuff like ARs and pistols. Trina has made some pretty good long range shots with her AR thoughBig Grin
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Well it's Christmas time, and everyone is telling about their kids reactions to Christmas morning. Unfortunately I don't have any kids, but I do have dogs, and my dogs are my kids. Like kids, I have discovered that dogs love Christmas too, in fact it was my first German Shepherd, "Trouble" that let me know that dogs love Christmas.
On Christmas morning when the family would gather around the tree to open Christmas presents, Trouble would always get in the middle of all the action. She wanted to know what you were opening and would often pose with you when someone would take your picture with your present. Even with her own presents of bones, rawhides, or other treats she still tore herself away to get her picture taken. One of my favorite pictures of Trouble is of her laying across mine and Mrs. BF's laps as we open presents and she is smiling at the camera. Mrs. BF had that picture made into a portrait for my parents, and gave it to them for Christmas after she died, because they loved Trouble. That picture now hangs in our bedroom.
We Gave new bones to Barkley, Trina, and Trooper, and Punkin got a lamb dick before we opened presents. The way they carried on over those bones you would have thought they were cats with catnip. They really enjoyed their presents.
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He said "carried on" OVER their bones not WITH their bones!!!  Whacko
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Merry Christmas To the whole Beltfed Family!  Howdy
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Our three all got new bones and tennis balls and frisbees. A good time was had by all.
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Forgot to explain, orange frisbees for winter and white frisbees for summer.
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All 4 of them got bad, BAD gas Saturday evening. Almost as bad as dead deer dog fart gas. I was afraid someone might not survive the night. Just didn't know who it was going to be.


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Usually caused by chicken or venison scraps!
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A friend of mine came up Sunday morning and we went squirrel hunting. I took the 2 shepherds with us to tree squirrels. I don't think my friend believed those 2 shepherds could even find a squirrel.
We had come to the end of a path and were talking (we were really just taking our guns for a walk), when Trina and Trooper took off like lightening bolts. I told my friend they had a squirrel. A second later I heard and saw a squirrel chattering and running up a tree. My friend ran over to the tree and 3 shots later from his 20ga. 870 we had a squirrel on the ground.
That was the first time my friend had ever seen dogs tree a squirrel like that. I told him that was ok, it was the first time the dogs ever had a squirrel come down out of the tree after they had treed it.
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"3 shots later....." 

??????  Was the squirrel a ninja squirrel? Hippie 
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

All 4 of them got bad, BAD gas Saturday evening. Almost as bad as dead deer dog fart gas. I was afraid someone might not survive the night. Just didn't know who it was going to be.
 
 
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Been there!

Usually caused by chicken or venison scraps!

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I found out Cabbage hearts make atomic dog farts....  found out the hard way unfortunately...
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3 20Ga shots.... nervous was he.....or blind
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Still fun though... Did you get any Lynn?
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My friend is a great shot at something that's standing still, and after the first shot (the squirrel was behind the tree) the squirrel didn't want to set still.
I took a 22 because I don't care that much for squirrel.
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Dad had many dogs in his life time, but there was one that he talked about more than others, it was a Collie German Shepherd mix. Dad grew up on a farm so he had chores to do. To make his work easier he made a leather harness for his dog so he could pull a small wagon that dad used to haul small loads. Dad said all he had to do was pick up the harness and his dog came running ready to work. When it came time for a chicken dinner, dad would point out a chicken to the dog and tell him to get it. The dog would catch THAT chicken and bring it to him, alive.
I know that dog was special to dad. About a week before dad died, I took his current dog (a Pomeranian named Punkin) to visit with dad at the rehab facility he was at. Dad would have nothing to do with Punkin, but a few minutes later told me I needed to tie Scout up, and pointed to an area where nothing I could see was. He had to be seeing things I thought. Punkin was with Mrs. BF in another room. Scout was the name of that Collie/German Shepherd mix he had as a boy. At that point I knew dad wasn't going to make it. His dog had come for him, and dad could see him. It was the only time I didn't think dad was lucent. I'm not so sure now.
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That was deeply touching Lynn....
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Her registered name was Vivacious Judah, but I called her "Juju". My precious angel. 
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Beautiful Dobie Mark. I can see why you miss her so much.
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