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Gnasher
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17-01-2017, 10:02 AM
Originally Posted by NickyAnn View Post
Come on, you missed me.................you did you did you did!!!!!!!!

No crate, no leash, just respect and love, going both ways

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Missed your brilliant photographs of your gorgeous dogs! I like the way you allow them to run free and "act natural". I don't approve of allowing dogs to kill just for pleasure - if you use them to hunt for food for yourself and them, I have no problem with that but like our species, dogs will also kill for pleasure, for the thrill of the hunt, and that I could not condone.
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17-01-2017, 11:44 PM
Gnash do you really believe that a shorthair brought down a 200pound or better whitetail deer?

Sheesh
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18-01-2017, 09:26 AM
I believe that 2 could just by wearing down the animal until it dropped with exhaustion
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18-01-2017, 08:22 PM
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18-01-2017, 09:41 PM
Nash the animal was probably shot the night before, there were vultures there before we were and all they had eaten were the eyes. As for wearing down a whitetail until it dropped, this would be an all day affair covering tens of miles at least. I doubt that it has ever happened, though wolves will catch up to a tired deer quicker. In all seriousness my female has caught groundhogs, and she just plays with them, even as the animal fights and bites for it's life. When they nip her she picks them up and throws them, but they always live to play again. No one with an English Foxhound has ever seen this behavior as hounds just shred the prey.
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21-03-2017, 01:52 AM
So this was more of a joke than a debate.
We do have nannies in the United States.
Never heard of a breed called American Bull Terrier.
English Terriers are used to hunt sure, but run around killing children? No don't think so.
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