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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    When Lady is in the ute, we are usually out to sheep which means working as quick as possible. I dont want to be fiddling around with a harness.

    Im gonna get flamed for this, but on big property's(im talking 1000 acres) after we've done some sheep, Lades will jump into the back, get ready for this, unrestrained. And we'll cruise to another part of the land.

    Seriously, I must seem like cruelty central right about now, but you guys wouldnt and im not expecting you too see where im coming from.

    Possible Di could, but I think she's all.
    I completely understand where you are comming from. Kelpies and cattle dogs have the size, balance and brains to be happily standing on the back of a ute OR motorbike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymum View Post
    I completely understand where you are comming from. Kelpies and cattle dogs have the size, balance and brains to be happily standing on the back of a ute OR motorbike.
    I don't know whether to laugh or just headdesk

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymum View Post
    I completely understand where you are comming from. Kelpies and cattle dogs have the size, balance and brains to be happily standing on the back of a ute OR motorbike.
    Thankyou Ozey!

    I was too scared to say it, but Lady does stand on the back of the quadbike incredibly well
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    Do what you like way up there on your high horse occy Knock yourself out

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    Ahh yes - I must be high and mighty to consider a dog riding on the back of a ute on the road as dangerous and a dog riding at any time restrained by the neck as potentially deadly. I think I like my tower!

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    No, I think Ozey means your always right and if its not your way, its wrong.
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    LOL...I hope you're wearing a harness way up there too...wouldn't want to fall and choke yourself now

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    My apologies for not wading in sooner, rotten govt satellite net has gone so thank goodness I kept telstra dialup as a back up.

    Yes, I totally understand the farm and ute aspect of the farmer's working dogs. Ours will continue as it works so well for them and us. No accidents with many dogs, many generations of men and many utes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    My apologies for not wading in sooner, rotten govt satellite net has gone so thank goodness I kept telstra dialup as a back up.

    Yes, I totally understand the farm and ute aspect of the farmer's working dogs. Ours will continue as it works so well for them and us. No accidents with many dogs, many generations of men and many utes.
    Oze rescued me
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    oh - and - you're not worth it - none of you that believe a dogs life is so insignificant that it's ok to risk its life by securing it by the neck on the back of a ute are worth troubling about. It is no wonder some people have to breed their own dogs.
    Last edited by Occy; 10-19-2009 at 05:52 PM.

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