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Re: #@!!..*^%$$$!.stupid *^!...! @#!! dog!!

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Posted by JanO on June 16, 2003 at 15:12:38 from (

In Reply to: #@!!..*^%$$$!.stupid *^!...! @#!! dog!! posted by Cindi on June 16, 2003 at 03:57:23:

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.

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