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Old 12-29-2005, 03:11 PM   #11
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YOU GUYS SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELVES!!!

all these suggestions, and not one involved getting the dog drunk so it would pass out.

c'mon now guys, youre losing your touch :(
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You think trimming the claws off of a dog is hard, try trimming the talons of a bird who fidgidies like hell.
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YOU GUYS SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELVES!!!

all these suggestions, and not one involved getting the dog drunk so it would pass out.

c'mon now guys, youre losing your touch :(
Valium = drunk w/o the hangover
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YOU GUYS SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELVES!!!

all these suggestions, and not one involved getting the dog drunk so it would pass out.

c'mon now guys, youre losing your touch :(
Valium = drunk w/o the hangover

NO NO NO!! We don't waste valium or alcohol on animals. We keep it for ourselves!!!
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5lb sledge....
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5lb sledge....
I'm gonna tell your mother!!!
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5lb sledge....
I'm gonna tell your mother!!!
Who do you think made the suggestion in the first place?
Besides, she would have used a ten-pounder. :P
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Should I scale that down for 15 pound dog?
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Give him a gravol....... seriously.... that'* what the vet suggested we try.

Sad to say a 120lb dog doesn't get drugged easily.....
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Should I scale that down for 15 pound dog?
Yeah, a reagular ball-peen will work just fine for a dog that size...
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