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(6,001 posts)
Sun Jan 11, 2015, 04:28 PM Jan 2015

so junior is gone

we gave away my newfie this morning.We didn't have the room to let him run and he wasn't happy cooped up in a house so we gave him to a friend who has kept him at his house while we were away.

He is happy.He has tons of room to run and cattle to herd.

It hurts but I know it is best for him.

Now I have the toy dogs to deal with...little buggers......they steal socks and demand attention.

It won't be the same without any big dogs but Charlie and company keeps me busy so it's cool.

DAMN I miss Buddy Guy

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so junior is gone (Original Post) backwoodsbob Jan 2015 OP
you probably shouldn't own ANY dogs Kali Jan 2015 #1
Agreed. nt avebury Jan 2015 #2
+1 demmiblue Jan 2015 #8
Seriously. when I read the title, saw the author, I thought Heddi Jan 2015 #9
except it now has "cattle to herd" Kali Jan 2015 #10
more like 'cattle to trample it' Heddi Jan 2015 #11
Exactly what I thought! nt avebury Jan 2015 #12
+ another 1 nt riderinthestorm Jan 2015 #13
Sorry about your big dog. Adsos Letter Jan 2015 #3
I'm glad he found a good home. femmocrat Jan 2015 #4
I hope you can visit Buddy Guy. lovemydog Jan 2015 #5
I'm sorry, bob. Bertha Venation Jan 2015 #6
Buddy Guy panader0 Jan 2015 #7


(36,799 posts)
8. +1
Mon Jan 12, 2015, 11:20 AM
Jan 2015

I am sure he will accumulate more.

Look for a soon to be thread about him 'rescuing' another big dog.


(18,312 posts)
9. Seriously. when I read the title, saw the author, I thought
Mon Jan 12, 2015, 11:23 AM
Jan 2015

Oh god, he shot *another* dog?

I'm glad that dog is in another household where it doesn't run the risk of being shot to death, or bred to death


(54,994 posts)
10. except it now has "cattle to herd"
Mon Jan 12, 2015, 12:03 PM
Jan 2015

which, in my world, translates to unwanted urban dog chasing livestock and at a very HIGH risk of being shot.


(18,312 posts)
11. more like 'cattle to trample it'
Mon Jan 12, 2015, 01:44 PM
Jan 2015

Since it's never been trained as a herding dog and hasn't been around large beasts that have tendencies to stampede. What could possibly go wrong

Adsos Letter

(19,459 posts)
3. Sorry about your big dog.
Sun Jan 11, 2015, 07:16 PM
Jan 2015

We have a Beauceron who is about 15 years old. In her younger years she would have enjoyed a place like your friend's, but has had to settle for twice-daily walks. Now that she's old she isn't nearly as active.

I feel your pain about the little ones, too. Here is one of our sock-stealers, demanding attention:


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