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Old 04-18-14, 08:07 AM   #1
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who says animnals cant be jerks

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My cats pick on each other all the time. One will hide behind the bedroom door so he can ambush the other one when it walks in.
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I'd have just come back with the puppies. Neither would put up with some anima attacking me and the beta dog was bred to take down bulls. I don't see a goat as a problem.
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My cats pick on each other all the time. One will hide behind the bedroom door so he can ambush the other one when it walks in.
lol cats do some odd stuff for sure
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I'd have just come back with the puppies. Neither would put up with some anima attacking me and the beta dog was bred to take down bulls. I don't see a goat as a problem.
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I'd have just come back with the puppies. Neither would put up with some anima attacking me and the beta dog was bred to take down bulls. I don't see a goat as a problem.
What kind of dog is that?
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Last weekend, I encountered some large free-range-dogs who were challenging my right to use the road. I took the lane and then, bellowing at them and waving my water bottle so a stream of water leapt out of it and in the direction of the dogs, I asserted my right to use the road and got the dogs respect.
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What kind of dog is that?
Presa Canario.

A sweetheart of a dog. He just wandered into a friends backyard as a 60 Lb puppy. We took him. Took a long time to figure out the breed. Never seen another. Closest breed to it is a Cane Corso. Only met 2 and both nice and friendly dogs.

Joey pretty much did not feel pain. I only recall 3 times he reacted to pain. An ear infection, when he split a tooth and it abscessed and once he got a leg caught between the seats of the car (folded down) and it seemed freeing it hurt a lot. He nearly bit me, I'm glad he processed it quickly and realized I was helping him.

I've seen him 2 feet off the floor fully extended (e.g. like a basketball player jumping for a rebound with his feet 2 feet off the floor). He once caught a raccoon and was carrying it like a cat carrying a mouse, still very much alive.

Oh and he was the beta dog. The alpha was a Belgian sheepdog, except he was 1 1/2 times the max size for the breed standard. He got in one fight the whole time we had him. When Joey was a puppy 2 65 lb grown dogs started picking on him, Wheatley did not like that and ended it in seconds.

Each one alone was formidable, but they were telepathically linked. As a pair they were scary, well not to me o the local kids, but to anyone meaning harm.

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Presa Canario.

A sweetheart of a dog.
If I ever come over, I'm going to call first.

One of our receptionists has a trained Rottweiler. He's trained so that anyone can come in their house, but no one can leave without one of them present. She came downstairs one day and found some stranger plastered against the wall, with the dog sitting right in front of him while staring intently at the guy. He picked the wrong house to break into that day.
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If I ever come over, I'm going to call first.

One of our receptionists has a trained Rottweiler. He's trained so that anyone can come in their house, but no one can leave without one of them present. She came downstairs one day and found some stranger plastered against the wall, with the dog sitting right in front of him while staring intently at the guy. He picked the wrong house to break into that day.
Only fight Joey got into was against a 165 Lb unneutered male Rot. Probably scared the **** out an anyone watching as both I and the Rots owner jumped right in to break it up. I missed how it started, but the rots owner saw it. They were just playing rough when a 3rd dog nipped on from behind and all heck broke loose.

A real fight is scary. My 2 often played rough and it was enough to terrify some people, rather freaked some people out when I'd calmly step between them when it was getting a bit to rough and pet them and tell them to take it easy.
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