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Posted: 2/18/2007 11:31:38 PM EST
a friend of my wife has a well trained bird dog that needs a home. my wife thinks he's about 2 yrs old or so and from the way he was paying attention to their bitch, he's intact.

anyway, he's taken to catching the family's ducks and the husband has quit bird hunting. they say he has been trained for all kinds of birds.

that's all i have been told. ask questions and i'll relay them to the family.

thanks
russell
Link Posted: 2/19/2007 1:34:23 PM EST
color

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Tempermint

Is he smart or dumb..... will he ride in the back of the truck...... does he jump on people??
Link Posted: 2/19/2007 2:30:53 PM EST
I once went bird hunting with some guys with pointers and one 8 mo Lab pup. The owner of the Lab had been working with the dog quite a bit but it was still the Lab pup's first time in the field with other dogs and hunting.
It didn't take that dog but one time seeing the other dogs go on point for him to honor the other dogs from then on.
He was one damn smart dog. And a hell of a good one!
Labs are usually fine family dogs too. Great with kids.
Link Posted: 2/19/2007 9:39:33 PM EST

Originally Posted By acman145acp:
color

Location


Tempermint

Is he smart or dumb..... will he ride in the back of the truck...... does he jump on people??


color- black

location- near terlton, ok

temperment- gets along well wit the little kids is about all i know.

if you want to IM your number i can have her contact you.

Link Posted: 2/20/2007 6:50:47 AM EST
I'll take her if the price is reasonable.

Camy stole my lab when we broke up she dumped me for no reason and took my house and kids and dogs, and I miss my best friend. I'm moving to OK in a few months on 5 acres, and am an avid hunter.

If that sob story doesn't do it, I'm not sure what else to say. And yes, it's true. If you really want a loving home for her, let me be the first to say it would be like a dead child coming back to life in my fucked up world right now.
Link Posted: 2/20/2007 1:11:00 PM EST
hook richard up...... sounds like he needs a friend
Link Posted: 2/20/2007 1:56:24 PM EST
a couple of really great things about dogs, is that when the SHTF, they provide security and are a moble food source if you have to bug out, and you won't have to chase one down that likes you, just whistle and dinners almost on the table.
Link Posted: 2/20/2007 2:06:48 PM EST

Originally Posted By Ndenway:
a couple of really great things about dogs, is that when the SHTF, they provide security and are a moble food source if you have to bug out, and you won't have to chase one down that likes you, just whistle and dinners almost on the table.


Are you talking about one of those Kickapoo sandwiches, a BLT - bacon, Lab, and tomato?
Link Posted: 2/20/2007 2:39:59 PM EST

Originally Posted By danc46:

Originally Posted By Ndenway:
a couple of really great things about dogs, is that when the SHTF, they provide security and are a moble food source if you have to bug out, and you won't have to chase one down that likes you, just whistle and dinners almost on the table.


Are you talking about one of those Kickapoo sandwiches, a BLT - bacon, Lab, and tomato?


funny you should talk about kickapoo sandwiches, I had some training today and got invited to eat lunch tomorrow at a co-workers house along with some of the neighboring casino's people,

they asked if I like mexican food, then said to be specific "fajitas", and I said hell yeah as long as its wasn't "kickapoo fajitas",

the white dudes didnt' know what all us indians were laughing at, so I told them that kickapoos are dog eaters,

and one of them said he could never eat a dog, so I put on my most stoic face and said paul newman's line outta "hombre" and asked him

"if he's ever been hungry, not the ready for dinner hungry, but the kind where your belly swells up and and is hurting hungry, and if he ever was that he'd eat dog, lick the grease off his fingers then fight over the bones"

so he says he'd never get that hungry, so I told him he'd better hope not, cause after the dogs are gone, we move to people.
Link Posted: 2/20/2007 4:26:51 PM EST

Originally Posted By acman145acp:
hook richard up...... sounds like he needs a friend


Actually, to be quite frank, I do.

I miss my wife and my kids and my house and my dogs.

I wanted to be in OK by now. The house needs another 2 months work I guess.

I just want out of here and away from Camy. I miss living.

I can hang 2 months, but every day is killing me a little more and more.

Anyone want to hire me for a contract job there for a week or so? Serious! I'll give you the best prices for a certified master electrician you could get anywhere.
Link Posted: 2/20/2007 5:21:08 PM EST

Originally Posted By Ndenway:

.... cause after the dogs are gone, we move to people.


You'd make an awful lot of gravy, Brother L!
Link Posted: 2/20/2007 6:08:03 PM EST

Originally Posted By danc46:

Originally Posted By Ndenway:

.... cause after the dogs are gone, we move to people.


You'd make an awful lot of gravy, Brother L!


had a chick tell me the same thing, but she was talking about "baby gravy".
Link Posted: 2/21/2007 3:19:19 AM EST
check your IM's.
Link Posted: 2/23/2007 4:47:18 AM EST

Originally Posted By richardh247:

Originally Posted By acman145acp:
hook richard up...... sounds like he needs a friend


Actually, to be quite frank, I do.

I miss my wife and my kids and my house and my dogs.

I wanted to be in OK by now. The house needs another 2 months work I guess.

I just want out of here and away from Camy. I miss living.

I can hang 2 months, but every day is killing me a little more and more.

Anyone want to hire me for a contract job there for a week or so? Serious! I'll give you the best prices for a certified master electrician you could get anywhere.


Richard send me an I.M. I can put you to work.
Link Posted: 2/23/2007 3:31:29 PM EST
where are you moving to in OK. Richard?
Link Posted: 2/23/2007 4:00:01 PM EST

Originally Posted By bl1844:
where are you moving to in OK. Richard?


Chickasaha
Link Posted: 2/23/2007 4:01:55 PM EST

Originally Posted By ark-and-spark:

Originally Posted By richardh247:

Originally Posted By acman145acp:
hook richard up...... sounds like he needs a friend


Actually, to be quite frank, I do.

I miss my wife and my kids and my house and my dogs.

I wanted to be in OK by now. The house needs another 2 months work I guess.

I just want out of here and away from Camy. I miss living.

I can hang 2 months, but every day is killing me a little more and more.

Anyone want to hire me for a contract job there for a week or so? Serious! I'll give you the best prices for a certified master electrician you could get anywhere.


Richard send me an I.M. I can put you to work.


Did you get my PM from this morning?
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