Discussion in 'Toke N Talk' started by Pinworm, Jul 31, 2015.
Is that caribou? Btw
Nice.. Looks like you got a great life up there.. Any pics of other wildlife?
Very good life yes but Anchorage is not the good part.
Since you asked, this isn’t a dog but was damn comfortable around people nonetheless!
Keep em comin
This is Harold, some sort of Pitbull mix, very, smart, very, very friendly, he just wants to play.
My wife only adopts "Rescue Dogs", usually the dogs have been returned 2-3 times before we adopt them.
All the rescue dogs we're had over the last 30 years have been good dogs, they just needed to know limits and security, give them that and you've got a pal for life
Budsy n Ruthie
Zena, 16 almost 17 rescued from a shelter all those years ago, Duke picked her out (her older wiser kinder brother, he passed in 2012) She still likes to keep her toys near for comfort.
I'm a sucker for a white muzzle . ..
Where'd you take that pic?
I know that Goats are not that spooky (I've taken several), but that is ridiculously close.
Shot it on Montana’s Froze To Death Plateau. Sorry not AK lol. It’s the climbers route up Granite Peak so gets a bit of traffic and the goats are conditioned to people. They follow you around waiting for you to pee then they eat the wet ground for the salts. Immediately. Close enough to hit with a walking stick, with sharp ass horns and muscular AF. I found it easy to pee but it was harder for the lady.
Budsy in the Chugach, this February. 7 miles from the house
Keeps going awal. I spanked her with a newspaper wad. This was before dinner last night and just now at 7am she has stopped pouting. That paper wad didnt hurt her physically but mentally it destroyed her lol.
" Im sowwwy mum, but given the next opportunity i will probably do it again"
Ok 3 hrs of figgiting with this invisible fence I finally got it. I tore the box open and hidden inside a flap was the manual for the collar. Prior i was gettin just a small shock. As per manual I had to set the correction level on the collar itself also. Ok so I tested it on myself and ouch! So I strapped it on her, walked her on a leash towards the line and she stood straight up and yiped a cpl times so i yanked her back. She cowered to the house and went to her pouty corner. Next pee break, I will just let her loose and watch her to see how she does. I did lower the level from 10 to 7. I hope she learns to yield back.
Anyone use one of these...any tips or tricks?
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I used the type with a buried wire perimeter and little flags spaced along the perimeter for the dog to see. It also made an audible sound when the dog got close as well as low power zaps that increased as he got close to perimeter. Had mine set to 6/10 power and worked great. Gave him 2 acres to fuck around in. 4 months and he got the lesson. Later years he'd wander off a bit but stay in sight and all I had to do was show him the collar and he'd stick close
My folks had that set up in a huge yard. One of the dogs was a full size bull headed Doberman whom when she wanted out would run full bore at the flags, a brief yelp as she went through & then she was free range.
I had a male Dobe, same thing. Used a run made of aircraft cable and that worked ok
Dogs. Bring. Joy.
and sticks and in my Pearl's case sparrows when she gets lucky
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