Coop Page Done

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by Ashley80, Jun 9, 2009.

  1. Ashley80

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  2. River Lizard

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    Ashley,

    Wait a second, something looks different from your original drawing to the finish product............................






    Oh I know, you didn't draw the dog in your plans!! [​IMG][​IMG]

    Nice looking coop! Good job.
     
  3. grannymac

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    Nice coop!
     
  4. sillybirds

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    Well done! Does your dog get along with your chickens?
     
  5. CityChook

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    Quote:That made me laugh out loud when I looked at her photos.

    Nice looking dog, BTW.

    Love the coop! Job well done!
     
  6. Buff Hooligans

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    Great coop, happy girls!
     
  7. Omran

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    that's really a very nice coop.
     
  8. SimplyForties

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    Great job!
     
  9. Ashley80

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    Thanks!

    Midas is a 7 month old golden retriever. He's Very Excited by the chickens, he spends every moment he can watching "the chicken channel" through the window.

    We're going to have to do some serious training with him if we're going to let them free range, he'll be across the yard with a mouthfull of chicken "playing" in a flash.
     
  10. River Lizard

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    Quote:I'm in the same boat, I've got an Aussie that is now hardwired to the RNP chicks I have in my office. He sits outside the office door, crying because he wants to come in and look at them. He gets excited when they try to fly in the container.....which is a really bad sign that I'm going to have problems with him.
     

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