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    Default I dunno

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    People have become really, really soft.
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    I thought the same...the only purpose for that, if there was one, was if you got a really deadly snake bite on a dog and you had carry them out to keep the venom from circulating...maybe.
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    My dog would get a taste of this and never go back to walking, just like when he found out he could ride on the ATV.

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    Americans. I swear...

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    yea...I prolly ought to not posted that. I wear an eternal badge of shame 'round here anyway so what's just one more black star on my card?..lol
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    If my dog gets snake bit he better figure a way home. Stupid fucker shouldnt have messed with a snake.
    cut\'em

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    It did a good job on her leg tone.
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    i had to tote a beagle out of a brair bed last week because she wouldnt give up on that bunny and RP's old ass couldnt get gun up quick enough to shoot the bunny when it crossed the road
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    Why would you carry a dog like that? It should be following along with packs on like a pack mule.

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    What kind of pussy ass dog would sit calmly like that for any length of time. All the dogs I’ve had would be over hanging like than in about 30 seconds and be wild-n-out like a cat in a sack.

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    This would be great for a dog that got bitten by a snake. I know people who have had to throw their dog over their shoulder and carry them out. I’d probably get one, you never know what can happen. Granted, we were taught that “dogs are three legged animals born with a spare” in school.
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    Can also be used to tote 90% of SC deer out of the woods.

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    These are the same people that put kids on leashes......just sayin'

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    My dog would have that thing chewed up and shit out in about 10 minutes lol
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    That gal’s got some nice get away sticks.
    Yeah, but do you consider a dog to be a filthy animal? I wouldn't go so far as to call a dog filthy but they're definitely dirty. But, a dog's got personality. Personality goes a long way.


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    Probably chases elk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doe killer View Post
    Can also be used to tote 90% of SC deer out of the woods.
    damn right!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccleroy View Post
    These are the same people that put kids on leashes......just sayin'
    What you trying to say? Dang skippy I put my little hellion on a leash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose843 View Post
    What you trying to say? Dang skippy I put my little hellion on a leash.
    Hahahaha, didnít take long to get into some feelings.


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