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Oct 11, 2012, 10:11 AM
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Pete: Next time you trim CINDERS nails , don't drink the CAPTAIN MORGAN,give "a drop or two" to CINDER .

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Oct 11, 2012, 11:26 AM
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Ya and she would drink it too. the Dog loves booze. Ha!
Oct 11, 2012, 12:23 PM
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What about these?
Oct 11, 2012, 01:10 PM
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Cinder would chew those caps off in a heartbeat. Just keep the nails clipped and no problem. Thanks for the tips on how to stop the bleeding but I hope I don't ever need them again. Pete
Oct 11, 2012, 01:12 PM
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we used to put those on tinker our psycho cat, she was putting holes in the other cats (she had lots of issues besides an instant hate of me) we would get the bright pink ones and she would then try to hide them from the other cats, it did break her of lashing out with claws.. now the cats just get the sharp tips nipped off, I don't need a free acupucture session when they jump up in my lap..
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Oct 11, 2012, 03:12 PM
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Originally Posted by tghsmith
I don't need a free acupucture session when they jump up in my lap..
How about when they are on your lap and decide that they need to be in the next room in a blink of an eye.
Oct 11, 2012, 03:21 PM
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thats way you need trim the hind feet also!!!!
Oct 11, 2012, 06:23 PM
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Tank is a well behaved,docile,happy dog.USUALLY When he is stirred to action,look out!!!!!! When seen in action,you know why the name TANK.
Here he is with a fresh 2+ pound cow bone.
Here is my well scarred forearm from us "playing"
Here is a 1990 Celica that had no scarrs ultill a mouse ran up the tire and went behind the tire well. That is not just paint missing,the metal is dented.Body shop here we come.
Oct 11, 2012, 11:22 PM
When I got back from the company today and turned on the dirt road which leads to my home, I saw this little sucker run across the road.
I live way out, little dogs do not survive out here, they just do not exist.
So I stoped and had a look. A tray of dog food, empty except for scraps, a tray of water, half full and about 2 days worth of tracks..
First I tried to call him, no chance he was scared and agressive. So I let Dumpster out and tried to get him to come, no way.
So I drove to the house got some bacon and a beer and than went back.
I should have taken 2 beers, it took 2 hours to finally have him eat the bacon out of my hand and give me a chance to grab him behind his neck.
He is very scared and defenciv, biting.
So I carried him dangling from his neck, trying to bite my hand, climb the barbwire fence and than rather unceremoniasly dumped him into my van and drove home.

Some kinde Jack Russel thing. All teeth, Piranyana looking like a dog.

At home I god the dog carrier out, got a towel, threw it over him and stuffed him in the carrier..
He loved the food he got.

Sidewalk, my Old Lady is not to happy, Dumpster sits in front of the cage, what is that, a new toy ?

I guess I got a new family member.

Gone take a few weeks to rehab him. Vet needs to check him out.

Since I found him under an Oak Brush, I will call him Oak Brush.

I had a Roadside, great little Bitch, so that name is already taken.

New family member, I guess
Oct 12, 2012, 05:38 AM
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OAK BRUSH has that look that says "things are gonna be OK,just gimme some time". My guess is DUMPSTER will help with the re-hab.
Good luck with your new, fine looking,family member.
Oct 12, 2012, 10:59 AM
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Good save Schrott. He looks like a good healthy dog and maybe a year or two old. Bet he'll be a great dog as soon as he figures out that your a good guy. Somebody knew what they were doing when they left him on your road. Keep us posted on the progress with Okky. Pete
Oct 13, 2012, 09:03 PM
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Way to go Schrott!

I got home today from some errands, and walked into the living room and see a box torn up, a bottle of epoxy resin torn open, a big wet spot of epoxy on the living room carpet, and the bottle of hardener with teeth marks in it.

Oh crap, I thought. She has ingested some resin for sure. Off to the veterinary hospital.

2.5 hours and $206 bucks later, we are back home with some medicine I have to give her twice a day for 5 days. She dodged a bullet. If she had bitten through and ingested the hardener, she might be gone by now.

The stuff was an old box of coating used on paintings and such, that my wife had bought at the craft store. It's called "Ultra-Glo" and I later looked it up on the internet. The MSDS tells the story.

My wife doesn't remember where she had put that box, but Freckles found it when we were not home and she got bored....
Oct 13, 2012, 10:18 PM
Taking care of the pond.
Dogs will be dogs.
Oct 14, 2012, 12:11 AM
Yaiks Tom, that girl got lucky, this time.

Animals all way surprise, how fast they are able to adjust, if allowed.
Oak is 91/2 shoe size, besides beeing starved and probably wormy, healthy as it goes.
Sidewalk is as always a little reserved, but well she is 15 and earned that right.He likes my going to the pond toolbox. So today after a wonderfull day of rain, I graded my road. I put a towel in the toolbox , stuffed him in it and took him with me. He sleped the next 3 hours in the tool box at my feet on the tracktor.
I put one of Dumpsters baby harnesses on him so I can grab him, outside he has rope attached to it so I can easily stop him from doing stupid things.
He is so friking small they I have to watch my step.
Oct 14, 2012, 12:43 AM
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Watch him grow up to be bigger than Dumpster!

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