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Here's mine:

 

Both guarding and watching me insulate and then fill the big planter on our front step. He listens to Chopin's Military Polonaise in A and Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture (c/w Bells and Cannon) for inspiration while doing so. 🐺

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He's intimidating, Chuck

 

never got any pics of my "guard" skunks.

 

they spoke softly and carried a big stink.

  Sorry @DizRotus is a bad influence

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1 hour ago, Tarheel said:

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Is that a Border Terrier? If it is, that is the next pup I am considering. My friends have one and she is one of the best dogs ever. 

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33 minutes ago, K5SS said:


Is that a Border Terrier? If it is, that is the next pup I am considering. My friends have one and she is one of the best dogs ever. 

A Norwich Terrier and yes a very good dog.  Originally bred as ratters but Jake prefers napping and eating.

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21 minutes ago, Tarheel said:

  Originally bred as ratters but Jake prefers napping and eating.

Yes, they tend to take on the traits of their owners after a time.

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Bichons were bred from Poodles and Spanish Water Dogs to be lap dogs for the Bourbon Dynasty.

 

We've had three, one of which would never bark, all of them think/thought they are cats (like to walk on curbs or fences), except for the biting, scratching and shedding. 

 

Our current guy's 'Backup' in training and part time shadow is shown below:

 

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Handsome Rot you've got there Carl. They're my favorites... smart, loyal and strike fear into the dummies that raise their voice at their master.

 

Tried a German pedigreed one that had been brought back to the folks we had an agreement with a couple years after my Rot'n'Pit passed.

So this got us one months ahead of what we'd expected from those monstrous beasts they had out there. This four pound 8 week old growled at and bared it's teeth while I tried training him for about a week. Tried to get him to eat here go there.. the simple stuff you start out with. He growled, snapped and peed right there at us after being corrected and I drove him back where he came from to catch a half million fleas again. He was a bad seed. :mellow2:

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We have a 12 year old pug inside, but this guy literally guards our livestock. He's not quite two, so we do keep him on a leash when not actively being monitored - he has a habit of making his way into our bird pens and helping himself to a snack. Sam the Goat dog, in a nod to the old looney tunes character.

 

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Samantha, my guard dog. More like Jake, napping, eating plus belly rubs make up her day. Not much of a guard dog, we have only heard her bark twice in the two years we have had her and they were poor attempts at barking. I was recently down for the count for a few weeks and she would not leave my side. A very concerned care giver.

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Luci Lew.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Jube watch. Alert to all suspicious activity, squirrel's and lizards in particular. 

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Love these postings :) Will add a pic of our child when he gets back from the groomer :D 

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I taught this guy some Krav Maga, now i don’t even have to lock my doors anymore -- But i do have lock the liquor cabinet.

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27 minutes ago, BigStewMan said:

I taught this guy some Krav Maga

Please don't turn this into a political thread................................

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15 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

Please don't turn this into a political thread................................

that went over my head ... 

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9 minutes ago, BigStewMan said:

that went over my head ... 

 

Krav Maga = Israeli military self defense discipline.

MAGA = Trump slogan for Make America Great Again

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