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Old 07-06-2006, 08:42 PM   #41
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Nope..that was the word Paul and I used when we watched Randy knock them back faster than the waitress could bring them.
No kiddin Eh?
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Laugh all you want, but my dog still barks like crazy. Silly of me to ask car guys about a dog problem. :(
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I'll lend out my "pooch" to ya for a day....first bark or two and your problem would be solved.........and ah I'd feed her right a way, she'll be hungry by the time she gets there!!

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Oh and ya she could drive herself there too! Just another trick I taught her!
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I believe the Dog Whisperer has a book out.
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I'm afraid to ask if anyone suggested shoot it then stuff it. No more barking...
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I'm afraid to ask if anyone suggested shoot it then stuff it. No more barking...

I going to take a wild guess and say that you don't have a dog?
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Laugh all you want, but my dog still barks like crazy. Silly of me to ask car guys about a dog problem. :(
well you finally got the picture I have 5 miniture dachsaunds and there is no end to it. I love them to death and you just get immune to it. Bad thing is ... one gets going , then amother, then all five get into a frenzy till they get to howling till they are so tired they all hit the ground with their tongues hanging out.... till the next squirrel hoes by
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This is why I think I prefer larger dogs. All the larger dogs I grew up with..didn't bark unless there was a reason.

Someone was at the door, the dog didn't like something about a situation....etc.

My experience with small dogs is they are barking at everything and honestly..it seems like they are trying to compensate for size.
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This is why I think I prefer larger dogs. All the larger dogs I grew up with..didn't bark unless there was a reason.

Someone was at the door, the dog didn't like something about a situation....etc.

My experience with small dogs is they are barking at everything and honestly..it seems like they are trying to compensate for size.

No, go ahead Bill, tell me what you really think! Oh and by the way:

I hope your car doesn't start tomorrow morning, you small dog hater you!
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No, go ahead Bill, tell me what you really think! Oh and by the way:

[size=removed]I hope your car doesn't start tomorrow morning, you small dog hater you![/size]
I don't think whispering is called for...

As for hating small dogs, I think all of us can agree, that thing in your first post is not a dog, it'* a well-groomed Koosh ball.

Lend him to me for a couple days, my cats will cure him of barking. Probably of making any sudden movements without permission, as well.
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