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  1. #6876
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    I have a small dog. Small turds assist with stealth. And they are single use size for door handles.

  2. #6877
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    Funny to read this now. Neighbor always gets huge dogs and she has a new St Benard that comes by our house on the daily to visit with our dog. According to her, the worst part of getting a big dog puppy is everybody telling her how big the turds will be. As if she doesn't know.



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  3. #6878
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    Small turd size was one of the top criteria put forth by my wife when we were looking for a dog.

  4. #6879
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    Fly poop is pretty small.

    Jes sayin'

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    Kindness is a bridge between all people

    Dunkiní Donuts Worker Dances With Customer Who Has Autism

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    My dog is happy that Fall has arrived. She loves mountain biking, but I don't take her for longer rides if it's warm.

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  7. #6882
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    Nice and beautiful!

    My dog does not go on rides with me. His hound nature is strong with a good combo of lab OCD and there is a lot of poison oak where I ride.

  8. #6883
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    Quote Originally Posted by bodywhomper View Post
    Nice and beautiful!

    My dog does not go on rides with me. His hound nature is strong with a good combo of lab OCD and there is a lot of poison oak where I ride.
    Thanks!

    My dog is pretty good on rides, but depends where we are. I either ride or jog up to a little trail system about half a mile from my house every day. There she is, eh, adequate. She knows the whole woods, knows where I'm going, etc.. So she likes to run up ahead and meet me when I'm climbing or go off and try to dig out some chipmunk.

    When i take her to the larger trail systems I ride, she's generally really good, following right behind the rear wheel or the lead rider. She doesn't think she knows where we're going so them temptation to shortcut things or run over, chase a squirrel then pick my up when I double back isn't there. She is half Australian Cattle Dog, one quarter Catahoula, and one quarter greater mutt (though likely 1/8 beagle). Weirdly for her ancestry, she doesn't like the heat but loves the cold/snow.

    The trail system from the picture is particularly great for riding with dogs as you rarely see anyone and it's almost all pretty low speed up and down tech. She can go all day at the speed I can ride most of the more challenging stuff.

  9. #6884
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    Is there anything better than a beautiful, cool Fall day out on the bike/hike trail with a companion that is so full of joy?

    I think not.

  10. #6885
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    It's been a long week...pretty sure it was broken glass based on how clean and deep the cut was. Vet took the bandage off yesterday and his pad is healing pretty well. Stitches need to be in for 2 more weeks. Toes are a little raw, so keeping bandage off. No walks and certainly no running.

    Problem now is he's going after it with the bandage off! He can bend the cone and get to his foot...ahhhhhh!

    I put a sock on it this morning and sprayed bitter apple...now I'm just hoping he leaves it alone.

    This whole thing is stressing me out!

  11. #6886
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    Damn, the eyes say it all.
    I hope the pupper heals up quick.

    FWIW - I've seen people use one of those inflatable collars along with the cone to further limit articulation.
    YMMV.

  12. #6887
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    That's a good idea. I'll give it a shot. Thank you!

  13. #6888
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    It's been a long week...pretty sure it was broken glass based on how clean and deep the cut was. Vet took the bandage off yesterday and his pad is healing pretty well. Stitches need to be in for 2 more weeks. Toes are a little raw, so keeping bandage off. No walks and certainly no running.

    Problem now is he's going after it with the bandage off! He can bend the cone and get to his foot...ahhhhhh!

    I put a sock on it this morning and sprayed bitter apple...now I'm just hoping he leaves it alone.

    This whole thing is stressing me out!
    Good luck with your boy. My dog started out with a doughnut, but was able to reach his stitches and tore them out (middle of the night on a weekend). New stitches and a cone. Mr Bashy McBulldozer gets the stitches out today, and no cone if he leaves the wound alone. I won't miss the tipped over chairs and stools, or having my legs crashed into. Plus he will be able to use the dog door again.




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