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Old 01-21-2013, 07:13 PM   #57
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Ha, after reading this, those that don't believe 2-3 coyotes won't take down a large dog better think again. We had a rash of coyote killings a couple years back, 2 will take down a deer, 2 will take down a mid size dog and 3 wouldn't have a problem with a dane.
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Old 01-22-2013, 06:17 PM   #58
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Hard to argue with real scientific information like that; so bigfoot it is.
Glad you see thing MY way!
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Bigfoot. Get pics!!
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Has anyone but me noticed that the O.P. has gone MISSING???

Can it be that..."it", whatever "it" is has...NO! It's too awful to contemplate!
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Bigfoot. Get pics!!
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Has anyone but me noticed that the O.P. has gone MISSING???

Can it be that..."it", whatever "it" is has...NO! It's too awful to contemplate!
Thanks for your concern Francesca !! I'M BAAACK My Danes jumped over a 10' fence to come to my rescue !! I was abducted by a gaggle of Big foots,, they wanted me to , ah smile a lot,,, but I was so sad missing my family,, I came up with the idea to break out of the extra large armadillo nest 125 feet up in a prune tree . About the time I got a Armadillo Girdled Lizard (ya look it up) size hole punched through the upper right quadrant section of the lower nest, My Boy Oliver started squeaking his favorite rubber pig, which of course as most people know Big Foot Females are terrified of.... When the male Big Foots took off after the females, My other Dane Shelby grabbed me by my pony tail (yes I have one) (or did) ,, , and drug me to safety!!
I have a couple Army Bro's gathering the proper amount of ,,, ah,,, stuff, to go back and give them a 'going away' party....
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Ha, after reading this, those that don't believe 2-3 coyotes won't take down a large dog better think again. We had a rash of coyote killings a couple years back, 2 will take down a deer, 2 will take down a mid size dog and 3 wouldn't have a problem with a dane.
On a heavier note past my last post, Thankyou . I do understand what any animal can do in a "pack" mentality... That' s why I was "prepared" when we went to get the dogs in from our fenced yard that night....
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Thanks for your concern Francesca !! I'M BAAACK My Danes jumped over a 10' fence to come to my rescue !! I was abducted by a gaggle of Big foots,, they wanted me to , ah smile a lot,,, but I was so sad missing my family,, I came up with the idea to break out of the extra large armadillo nest 125 feet up in a prune tree . About the time I got a Armadillo Girdled Lizard (ya look it up) size hole punched through the upper right quadrant section of the lower nest, My Boy Oliver started squeaking his favorite rubber pig, which of course as most people know Big Foot Females are terrified of.... When the male Big Foots took off after the females, My other Dane Shelby grabbed me by my pony tail (yes I have one) (or did) ,, , and drug me to safety!!
I have a couple Army Bro's gathering the proper amount of ,,, ah,,, stuff, to go back and give them a 'going away' party....


That Totally True Story has Hollywood Blockbuster written all over it!

Due to the obvious resemblance, I see Scwarzenegger as you- that is, provided he's willing to grow the requisite ponytail.

I dibs the part of the Female Bigfoot, which Nature's Gifts will allow me to play with no making over whatsoever.
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Thanks for your concern Francesca !! I'M BAAACK My Danes jumped over a 10' fence to come to my rescue !! I was abducted by a gaggle of Big foots,, they wanted me to , ah smile a lot,,, but I was so sad missing my family,, I came up with the idea to break out of the extra large armadillo nest 125 feet up in a prune tree . About the time I got a Armadillo Girdled Lizard (ya look it up) size hole punched through the upper right quadrant section of the lower nest, My Boy Oliver started squeaking his favorite rubber pig, which of course as most people know Big Foot Females are terrified of.... When the male Big Foots took off after the females, My other Dane Shelby grabbed me by my pony tail (yes I have one) (or did) ,, , and drug me to safety!!
I have a couple Army Bro's gathering the proper amount of ,,, ah,,, stuff, to go back and give them a 'going away' party....
'Least you dint have to saw your arm off with a pocket knife...
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I can't remember where I just read it (benefits of getting old) but a guy let his 3 dogs out at 4 am in the morning and they were attached by coyotes. He barely got them in the house. The animals continued to attack the door until he shot at them with a BB gun.
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My recently departed pup was a Shih Tzu so please don't take this wrong but.... DW and I live in an area that is overrun with bear, wolves and cougar. Last year a woman who lives in the east part of town, right within the edge of the forest, started letting her Shih Tzu dogs out every evening in their unfenced back yard.

Needless to say the pups were attacked and killed by a young cougar and the local dog lovers were demanding that the cougar should be hunted down and killed. In posting that I thought the woman should not be allowed pets I was chastised and threatened for my stance.

When one lives in Rome, one must expect a to hear of a few Christians being fed to the Lions wouldn't one?
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They move into an area for the benefits of the area then immediately want to change it !!!

Wait, thought we weren't supposed to talk politics
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