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    Not if you were the one in their mouth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Ooh Wellington?


    Ooooooooooh!!!

    *DA rushes off before the slap*
    Yeh? What about Wellington then aye? Huh huh?

    Funny thing is that "Windy Wellington" hasn't been so windy since I left in 1987....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    Yeh? What about Wellington then aye? Huh huh?

    Funny thing is that "Windy Wellington" hasn't been so windy since I left in 1987....
    You suffer from THAT much wind, Greys? Jeez, glad you don't eat mangoes then!

    Wellington is just...yeah...well I can't talk, Tokoroa was the pits. They eat dogs there. No, not kidding.

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    Now now DA, as I have stated before I am a "laydee", the meteorologial changes that have occurred are simply coincidence......


    ...sorry Boxerini, didn't mean to derail the thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    Now now DA, as I have stated before I am a "laydee", the meteorologial changes that have occurred are simply coincidence......

    ...sorry Boxerini, didn't mean to derail the thread!
    Sure Greys...sure. I always found you...um...powerful?

    Sorry too for de-railing Boxerini.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mouseandchicken View Post
    The Red Setter or correct name Irish Setter are mad clowns. Not for novice dog owner.

    But you know what, right now you have the perfect dog for doing all the things you want. There are plenty of min. poodles and a couple of toys out there doing marvelous stuff in the agility arena. Is there any reason your little girl couldn't do it, health problems etc?

    Any decent club requires the dog to be over 1yo and have achieved a certain level with their training.
    I'll agree with this! I have an Irish Setter (Rosie) who comes to visit every now and then. She's gorgeous, but take her outside to play fetch and the thought process is "ball, ball, ball, ball... Ooh A moth!... Ooh pats... What was I doing? Oh well, more pats"

    Quote Originally Posted by Peta23 View Post
    Then the ACD is the dog for you.

    Boss only barks when he needs to bark.
    Some people are scared of ACD. I was before we got Boss.
    At moment Im sitting on the couch and Boss is sleeping, but if I get up he will follow.
    If go horse riding (i cant remember if you said you want a dog to go riding with you) he would follow you all day then sleep all night.
    I would agree with this. I know one ACD who never barks, just gives a very loud, menacing, gutteral growl that freaks everyone out!

    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Off topic, the cheetahs didn't get loose into the city, they just got loose at the park. But while it was open, so ppl were running for the shuttles everywhere. FGS, I would have been up that flying fox quicker than you could count to 3. Um, can cheetahs climb?

    Back on topic. Nope, got nothing more to add.
    Yup, Cheetah's can definitely climb...

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    its oka guys, i find this thread quite amusing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    I'll agree with this! I have an Irish Setter (Rosie) who comes to visit every now and then. She's gorgeous, but take her outside to play fetch and the thought process is "ball, ball, ball, ball... Ooh A moth!... Ooh pats... What was I doing? Oh well, more pats"



    I would agree with this. I know one ACD who never barks, just gives a very loud, menacing, gutteral growl that freaks everyone out!



    Yup, Cheetah's can definitely climb...
    Oh duh! I would have been a goner then, hey. Here kitty kitty kitty!
    Last time I was there was years ago, and they were feeding the lions. My d i c k h e a d husband piped up and commented that that's what I look like when I'm eating a raw steak. I have never seen so many ppl move away from me so quickly.

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    Box has already stated that the acd is not for her but I do reccomend a blue heeler as fitting all your needs. People were afraid to get out of cars on looking at shadow and they look twice at Pretty as well. Those two would lick them to death though.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Thanks di. But I still dont do cattle dogs.

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