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Default Re: DoggerDay, October 17, 2018

this will happen again, so I'm going to be more prepared . . .
we have deer, and we have a Husky, and a fenced yard....

this morning we let him out to water the grass - two deer in the woods watching him - so he stood there and 'serenaded' them....
apparently there are so many 'confined' dogs in the area the deer have learned they need not fear them.

video. some day . . .
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Default Re: DoggerDay, October 17, 2018

Awwww. all so cute and sweet!

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this will happen again, so I'm going to be more prepared . . .
we have deer, and we have a Husky, and a fenced yard....

this morning we let him out to water the grass - two deer in the woods watching him - so he stood there and 'serenaded' them....
apparently there are so many 'confined' dogs in the area the deer have learned they need not fear them.

video. some day . . .

Be careful with him. Our half malamute or husky, mixed with golden lab, figured out how to open the gate. When we stopped that, she figured out she could push out the bottom of the fence and go for a walkabout. We (meaning Craig, I just helped to carry) had to put those huge landscape logs (railroad ties?) on the bottom, drill holes to pound rebar through into the ground outside the fence to keep her in the yard. And, we didn't have deer, just a few small wild animals, dogs and kids that she wanted to go play with, except the ducks, she hated them for some reason and would kill them if she caught them. Thank goodness she didn't figure out that she could probably have jumped the fence and/or climbed it given how big she was.



The worst was she also took the pugs with her when she went. She was smart enough to get home on her own. A couple of the pug weren't.
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That's just criminal dressing that poor puggy up like that. Look how sad those eyes are. How embarrassing!
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Default Re: DoggerDay, October 17, 2018

...opening gates....


actually he's 'tied' - he's used to being tied since a puppy, so he doesn't pull or struggle with it - just goes to the end of the 25' (lightweight!) cord - less than a clothes line diameter - and stops.


we worried that if he got all wound up over the deer he might try to break free and jump the fence. early on he was on a wire rope - so I guess he learned 'there ain't no breaking free' and he's well behaved at this point.
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