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    Oofdah!
    Glad he is OK.
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    X2! Hope he learnt somethin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Oofdah!
    Glad he is OK.
    Thanks man, it was fucking traumatic…….
    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    X2! Hope he learnt somethin.
    Me too……That being said, I’m headed to the pet store for a doggy seatbelt……
    What we have here is an intelligence failure. You may be familiar with staring directly at that when shaving. .
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    Young dogs do stoopid stuff. Really glad for all involved Finn is ok. Pretty sure he won't do that again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by liv2ski View Post
    Young dogs do stoopid stuff..
    QFT…..Thanks man, I was surprised how emotional I got at the vets…….
    What we have here is an intelligence failure. You may be familiar with staring directly at that when shaving. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by seano732 View Post
    QFT…..Thanks man, I was surprised how emotional I got at the vets…….
    Damn, glad that turned out ok. Scary as hell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ill-advised strategy View Post
    Riding to adventurez:
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    That is just awesome.

    Quote Originally Posted by seano732 View Post
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    This is Finn. Six months old. I’ve been taking him with me in the car more often, never had an issue……Until yesterday morning. He was sitting in the back, and I had the window about halfway down, and the dude launched himself out the window, on one of the busiest roads here in the Q, during rush hour, while I was doing about 30 mph….Scared the ever loving shit out of me. I watched him tomahawk down the road in the side mirror, and thank Dog the guy behind me was able to panic stop in time…I get out in full panic mode and run and grab him…..Took him right to the vet, and miraculously, no serious injuries, just road rash…..When I picked him up, the vet said” My diagnosis is Finn is one lucky puppy”……Understatement of the year. Sooooooo stoked he is ok……Crazy. I can go the rest of my life without that ever happening again……
    Glad he's OK, wow!

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    Glad Finn is ok!

    Sam is stoked about the beach!

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    Thanks Brit! Great pics!
    What we have here is an intelligence failure. You may be familiar with staring directly at that when shaving. .
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    "Can't you see..."

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    Maximum cuteness
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    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


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    Those paws!
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    I'll see your paws, and raise you a Mark Davis haircut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seano732 View Post
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    This is Finn. Six months old. I’ve been taking him with me in the car more often, never had an issue……Until yesterday morning. He was sitting in the back, and I had the window about halfway down, and the dude launched himself out the window, on one of the busiest roads here in the Q, during rush hour, while I was doing about 30 mph….Scared the ever loving shit out of me. I watched him tomahawk down the road in the side mirror, and thank Dog the guy behind me was able to panic stop in time…I get out in full panic mode and run and grab him…..Took him right to the vet, and miraculously, no serious injuries, just road rash…..When I picked him up, the vet said” My diagnosis is Finn is one lucky puppy”……Understatement of the year. Sooooooo stoked he is ok……Crazy. I can go the rest of my life without that ever happening again……

    Holy shit Seano! Glad Finn is ok!




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    PUPPY!!!!!


    Nice MT!

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    Hahahahaha!
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    Edgar on his Edgar Allen Poe pillow. The struggle is real.
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    He looks…Ravenous.

    Heh.
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    This one jumped out of a car window when she was a puppy (albeit, at much lower speed)

    Not sure if she learned anything. Just look at that mischievous face.

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    Lol……
    What we have here is an intelligence failure. You may be familiar with staring directly at that when shaving. .
    -Ottime
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    Quote Originally Posted by seano732 View Post
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    This is Finn. Six months old. I’ve been taking him with me in the car more often, never had an issue……Until yesterday morning. He was sitting in the back, and I had the window about halfway down, and the dude launched himself out the window, on one of the busiest roads here in the Q, during rush hour, while I was doing about 30 mph….Scared the ever loving shit out of me. I watched him tomahawk down the road in the side mirror, and thank Dog the guy behind me was able to panic stop in time…I get out in full panic mode and run and grab him…..Took him right to the vet, and miraculously, no serious injuries, just road rash…..When I picked him up, the vet said” My diagnosis is Finn is one lucky puppy”……Understatement of the year. Sooooooo stoked he is ok……Crazy. I can go the rest of my life without that ever happening again……
    My coyote tried to do that out the pickup on our first day, I got a handful of her back fur/skin and yanked her back in. Hard start to a new relationship.

    My little poodle launched off the bicycle after a rabbit…gnarly landing, right up and hauling ass after that rabbit. Came back after a while happy as a lil hunter, no worse for wear.

    Dogs…they’re the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by ill-advised strategy View Post
    My coyote
    wut?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ill-advised strategy View Post
    My coyote tried to do that out the pickup on our first day, I got a handful of her back fur/skin and yanked her back in. Hard start to a new relationship.
    So you're saying she was wily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    wut?
    I think you’ll find your answer in the Taos… beta? Thread…

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    Doggie stoke

    Ugh rough night. Me and my dog were going for a neighborhood walk after work. Walked by a house that always has dogs barking at us. Well this time that dog runs at the 6’ wooden fence and literally breaks it down full sprint and latches onto my dogs neck. I was in the street by self with two big dogs, mine is yelping and this 60lb thing is attached to his neck, not letting go for anything.

    Finally scream enough to get the owner out of his house, he can’t even get his dog to let go, finally it does after he’s been beating it for a while. Now mine is in the doggy ER with a gaping puncture wound on his neck getting stitched up.

    What’s the process on this? I’d like to ask the guy to pay the vet bill. He knows his dog is super aggressive, apparently has it in a fenced yard and on a chain and it got off both those things. Should I report it to the humane society so there’s a record in case another animal or person gets attacked by it?

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    Every situation is different. However, a big argument for dangerous dogs wearing a sturdy traditional collar, in addition to any harness or other gizmo, is so you can choke them if they are latched on. If they can't breathe, they might let go. I had to choke my buddy's pitbull this summer. Kicking and punching did not work at all. It helped that the dog was distracted enough for me to get behind it and grab the collar. Ymmv.

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