Awesome dogs / Crazy pets Thread

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Lol, you trying to say you'd still have your own teeth?

Why yes ,,yes I do :D
 

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Now I know you have food!!!!! We're being really good!!!!!!



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Wife and I've been dog sitting Gypsy's brother Lennon this weekend. So, last night Lennon crouched down, hackles came up and he started growling at the wood stove :confused:

Started creeping towards it, then jumping backwards. Acting big and bad, and sounding really menacing.

I got up and started inspecting with him wondering if we had a critter.

Nope, he was growling at a metal weeny dog, complete with a spring for a tail :D

So I picked it up and showed it too him. Then set it back down.

So this fool dog keeps it up with the menacing routine, hackles still up, growling like the dickens after showing him the statue. This continues till he snuck up on the statue and sniffed it's butt [emoji14]

Gonna have to bring that up when my daughter starts bragging about him again :D



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....Started creeping towards it, then jumping backwards.....

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This reminded me of the Sows I used to have. I had three of them, 900-1000 lbs each. One night when I went out to feed they were acting strange. They weren't in any hurry to eat. Anyone one who has had pigs knows, the one that eats the fastest get the mostest. So I started watching them. All three of them would creep up into the corner of the barn and start sniffing. There was a little baby kitten. Hadn't been there too long. Thank goodness I wasn't in the stall when that kitten moved! 3000lbs of pigs can move pretty FAST!! :D
 

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Daddy had the fly swatter!!!!!



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It's a crazy pet just not mine.
While getting the recycling ready for the trip she showed up. A female Peacock.

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So while I had my back turned into the garage she went.

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When I turned around and looked in the garage out she came.

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She's been hanging around for a couple days now.
(Sorry for the sideways pics. One day I"ll figure this phone out. :eek: )
 

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A female peacock....

Don't take this as a criticism, only passing on information for all.

"Peafowls, peacocks, peahens, peachicks. They're all peas that have feathers instead of emerging from pods. The terms become confusing when people use them interchangeably. Each term applies to a species of birds in the Phasianidae family. "Peafowl" is the general name for the family of birds. A peacock is a male peafowl. A peahen is a female peafowl. The young of a peacock and a peahen are called peachicks.

Whatever you call them, they are noisey!
 

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A young man I know several years ago found a peacock feeding with his chickens one morning, then last year a domestic turkey showed up. He has no idea where they came from but its nice to see that old boy in full strut across the yard there are always people stopping and wanting tail feathers. The only thing that turns up on my place is someone else's trash,,,lol
 

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Hey, sometimes other peoples trash isn't a bad deal. She was considered trash by someone, been my buddy every since! Vet said she was about 7 months old when I took her in.

Has her own private swimming pool at the farm, filled with 45 deg well water daily.
 

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You didnt pick her she picked you,,, and you have been a better man for it ever since