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    Default 14 yr old's first hare!

    Well, 14 in doggy years (2yrs old). At 8 months old, she started nibbling on voles. At 1 yr. old, she started catching/ eating squirrels from around Familyman's birdfeeders. She thoroughly enjoys sniffing out voles along the creeks, digging them up and eating them whole. But this morning, I forgot to feed her.

    Now at 2, she seems to like running down rabbits. After growing up around downed animals and getting treats of beaver, spruce grouse guts, caribou, and moose........she's realizing that she don't need to be around human's with guns to get a nice snack!


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    Good girl!
    My ol dog used to feed himself, then leave the remains on the porch for me. In case I was hungry.
    He loved chasing bunnies and it was a hoot to watch, but when he started getting ruffed and spruce grouse I was impressed.
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    My malamute does the same thing he got a hare this summer. If im ever stuck in the woods that is the dog I want with me.

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    Just got back from the vet, the dog is full of puppies (something like 6-10 of em). 100 dollars later, a "pregnant teenager" is getting a bit pricey. No wonder she's so hungry lately.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainer_in_ak View Post
    Just got back from the vet, the dog is full of puppies (something like 6-10 of em). 100 dollars later, a "pregnant teenager" is getting a bit pricey. No wonder she's so hungry lately.......

    ill take a boy. thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greythorn3 View Post
    ill take a boy. thanks.
    What's this take stuff? Doesn't the bidding start at a few hundred for heritage like that?

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    The father is a Great Pyrenees.

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    ill trade u a chicken for one!
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