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gnr rocker 04-02-07 04:53 PM

nice! trade for a puppy?

FitRider 921 04-02-07 10:51 PM

depends what puppy...

KinetikBiker 04-03-07 06:15 AM


Originally Posted by FitRider 921
depends what puppy...

I'll sell you a basset hound for an anti-freeze green Profile mini ss.

I'm tired of waking up at 7am every day and having to walk to my neighbors house to take care of him.

FitRider 921 04-03-07 09:51 AM

The only problem is I don't have that hub... and if I bought it, I would end up putting it on my whip instead of trading it for a dog. What does your dog look like anyway?

MadMan2k 04-03-07 12:22 PM

Pure-bred dogs are such a ripoff. I know someone who breeds and sells those little poodles, they're not good for anything as far as dogs go, but she gets like a grand for each one. You should just go find one at the pound, and hope it's not someone else's pet that they're looking for.

FitRider 921 04-03-07 02:14 PM

Yeah, just get a normal dog and save yourself a lot of money... there is no advantage to having a pure-bred dog other than to brag about it or show that you are rich, or both.

Brian 04-03-07 04:09 PM

My purebred Pomeranian was free. And my purebred Shar-pei was only $225, direct from the breeder. You should only buy from a breeder, and there really is no reason to buy a purebred just as a pet. Although if you want one for a specific purpose, such as showing, breeding, or hunting, then you'll need a purebred.

new_dharma 04-03-07 04:19 PM


Originally Posted by Brian
there really is no reason to buy a purebred just as a pet. Although if you want one for a specific purpose, such as showing, breeding, or hunting, then you'll need a purebred.

a really good friend has a 'mutt' for hunting (and his pet)...chesapeake bay retriever & black lab...similar dogs, both hunting dogs...plus she's real nice

Brian 04-03-07 04:22 PM

True. A quality bred dog is just as good. I suppose I should have said that you don't want any old mutt for hunting.

premiumbmx2005 04-03-07 04:41 PM

i want a bull terrior so f-ing bad

KinetikBiker 04-03-07 05:29 PM


Originally Posted by FitRider 921
What does your dog look like anyway?

A happy, fat Britany Spaniel. Right now he needs a haircut and smells terrible. He's got a limp and bum leg from trying to hop a baby gate to catch a squirrel. I do believe he is 8 years of age.

new_dharma 04-03-07 05:47 PM

http://i67.photobucket.com/albums/h2...nCoastline.jpg

This is Ella...11 years old...Lab-Beagle-squirrel mix (she climbed a tree as a puppy!)...GF got her in northern Wisconsin for free

Ella's MySpace

eightdip 04-04-07 04:35 AM

I don't do pets, they can survive themselves without me

KinetikBiker 04-04-07 06:02 AM


Originally Posted by new_dharma

Does your dog comment back? :D

FitRider 921 04-04-07 10:33 AM

why would you give a dog a myspace?

Brian 04-04-07 05:25 PM


Originally Posted by FitRider 921
why would you give a dog a myspace?

My daughter gave my dog a myspace.

new_dharma 04-04-07 06:10 PM

we didn't "give" it to her...she's smart!
we do limit her online time!

and sometimes she comments back...

mude 04-04-07 06:40 PM

whats yer daughters myspace again?

MadMan2k 04-04-07 08:17 PM

"again"...

FitRider 921 04-04-07 08:19 PM


Originally Posted by mude
whats yer daughters myspace again?

Hahaha. I love you. :)

mude 04-04-07 08:22 PM

i know baby.

FitRider 921 04-04-07 08:22 PM

loosen up my buttons baby

Brian 04-04-07 08:29 PM


Originally Posted by MadMan2k
"again"...

Indeed. And it was my other daughter anyway.

MadMan2k 04-04-07 08:39 PM

How far are you from Canyonlands? Have you been there yet? I'd like to go sometime, but I guess the weather is sketchy in the summer..


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