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#@!!..*^%$$$!.stupid *^!...! @#!! dog!!
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Cindi    Posted 06-16-2003 at 03:57:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yesterday, as is NOT my habit, I leaned over the fence to feed the pasture dogs. I'm a big girl, I have some common sense, so I figured it wouldn't be a problem to lean in, put the pan down, and get my arm back out without touching the electric fence. I wasn't counting on Girl rubbing herself affectionaltely against my hand, so when she did so, pushing my arm into the electric fence, it came as quite a shock. Literally. For both of us.

My husband was walking back from the boar pens, and when I started cussing and jumping around trying to shake the sting out of my arm, he just stopped and stared.

"#@!!....*&^%$$$!...stupid *&^!...! @#!! dog!!"

"What the hel*s the matter with got tourettes syndrome?"

"I don't think you can 'catch' tourette's syndrome Fred." I said, when I could begin to make sense again. "I touched the dam* electric fence."

"Oh, it's workin', huh?"

"Yeah, it's workin' huh."

"Oh. Good."

I learned my lesson about leaning over the fence and Girl learned that her new name is
#@!!....*&^%$$$!...stupid *&^!...! @# dog!!

poohsmom    Posted 06-28-2006 at 07:15:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
since I am new here I'd like to reply to this old post. I had the misfortune of having dogs that learned how to dig under the hot wire without hitting it-needless to say they escaped everytime. I was the one always hitting the dang thing and boy its something you don't forget quick easy.

JanO    Posted 06-16-2003 at 15:12:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
ROFLMAO.... Cindi, that sure does bring back alot of memories. When I was a kid on the ranch we had hot wire around all the pastures. Anyway, I learned real early in life to respect any wire cause daddy had a habit of switching things around and never telling anybody. (One week it might be a top wire, and the next a middle one or even a bottom one.)

Once we picked up a stray lab puppy who's feet and tail took some growing into. This dog turned out to be a good ranch hound, but he sure was gangly when we got him. One day we were out checking the cattle and he came running accross the pasture, went under a fence, and ZAP!!! The tip of his tail hit the hot wire. The look of shear panic that went accross his face was priceless and I laughed so hard I thought I would bust a gut. I don't think he ever figured out what happened, but we noticed that his tail was lower'd every time he went under anything from then on.

Stan    Posted 03-08-2004 at 21:07:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
I don't think the dog is the stupid one in this incident.

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Cindi    Posted 06-16-2003 at 19:17:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
Dogs learn fast, all it takes is once usually but the pigs hit it over and over again when they get distracted by feed. Poor things. Lol!

magpie    Posted 06-16-2003 at 13:54:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
I really like ecectric fences but seems every year I get bit a few times. Last year I got it good when I was hooking the gate, it is one of those coily springy electric gates. Just as I was hooking it to the hot wire, the other end broke and came and wrapped itself around my legs. Wife says I was doing a fine rendition of an irish jig untill I thought to unhook the wire. I can't blame that one on the dog though.

Cindi    Posted 06-16-2003 at 19:31:49       [Reply]  [No Email]
Oh Lord! A man down the road from me lost a beautiful boar hog that way once. The wire snapped and wrapped around the pig and he couldn't move. Eventually the pulses stopped his heart. Awful. Glad you came through with nothing but a few new dance steps. : )

Ron,Ar    Posted 06-16-2003 at 10:29:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
There is nothing meaner than an electric fence/doesn't discriminate. Country boys always try to get city boys to pi** on the wire, them not knowing better. Them city boys learn fast!

Wylie Kyote    Posted 03-01-2007 at 02:46:14       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Some years ago I used to be the local town security guard and to help pass the time away some nights I would go rabbit shooting out the back of town. There was a dairy farm which had electric fences around the boundary. Well one night I had some friends with me and there was one friend who would always brag that he could do anything better than anyone else. Well I got him real good when we stopped for a pee break outside this farm. I bet him that he couldn't pee over the fence, sure enough he had a go. He finished up on his back peein' all over himself and the rest of us fallin' over with laughter. That guy never mouthed off again.

Cindi    Posted 06-16-2003 at 14:36:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
If I have to spend any time around it I usually unhook it, but this time, too lazy, in too bigga hurry and I paid. Won't happen again betcha.

Robin    Posted 05-09-2006 at 14:26:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
Reminds me of when my kids brought home this little rat terrier stray. He had penchant for peeing on every post in the yard. Took him out back with us one morning and he pee'd on the fence post. Funniest thing I ever saw. He would bark at the fence then run and cry, stop look at the fence and bark, then run and cry some more, but he never pee'd on any more posts or tree's for that matter. LOL

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