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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
Morning everyone! Happy Friday!!!!
I know . Its a very hard decision. I dont want to hurt him or turn him against ever loving a dog. she has made progress but she i also dangerous for knocking into us. worker showed me bruise on her leg from lily . it was pretty nasty.
morning ! chicki, every time i see your picture now i get hungry. hahaa wish i hadnt learned what it meant. I have wanted to make one of those because all the ones I have ate seem dry or yucky crust . KFC is ok. sweet flaky crust but dry sometimes. never had homemade .
Well we had an exciting night. My chiaweenie has been barking for 3 nights. Everyone has been out at some point to see what it was. Last night gs opened kitchen door to look because he heard dog growling. An opposum ran in and got under table. He scared the smuthers out of me hollering Mawmaw. I poked the possum with my walking stick hoping it would go out the door. Instead it went in den behind chair behind tv stand behind love seat where gs used grabber to pick it up and throw it out on porch. He got his pellet gun and killed it. He wanted me to shoot it on the porch with my shotgun. Hahaaa
What's the emoticon for me falling over dead? I hate possums so much. They are NASTY. And so quiet and stealthy. Every time I get up in the night I open the window and check for one. We've killed 10 this summer.
Jane , I bet that was terrifying for you and yours. I am sorry you had to go through that. Now with that being said you have to understand just how fraking hilarious that sounds !! hahahaaa I would of shat my pants ! LOL
Here's Ben waiting patiently for me to say "eat."
I dug out our old shock collar the other day. We're trying to figure it out. Since he's been trained with one in the past, I think if I just sound the tone that he'll correct himself. I want to teach him "leave it" but I can't figure out how without two people. He gets (what I call) "face dumb," when you get close to his face his brains melt and he's just a big drooling dummy looking for ear scratches. When I say "leave it" I want him to heel, so I think it would work fastest if I had a partner to work him him on a leash. Or maybe I could use a training lead to reel him in?
Thoughts from the experts? We have lots of valuable experience and ideas here.
ungh good domething
lol, morning twist
camping, Mutt just posted a leave it site here for red. It was pretty good i thought.
red, my facebook page has a swingset coop.