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    Default Dogs!

    What flavour of Mutt do you all have?

    We have an English Bull Mastiff called Bob and a Labrador retreiver gundog called Diesel!

    Fine things, Dogs.

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    We have a Bichon Frisť.

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    We have a chocolate lab, "Mocha" and a yellow chesapeake bay mix named "Bear"
    When they aren't busy destroying something they're the coolest to have around.
    Good company, dogs.

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    We have a Gordon Setter, a Lakeland Terrier, a Red ticked Hound, a Jack Russell Terrier, a Jack Russell terrier/chiquaqua mix, and a German Shephard mix. All have been adopted except the Gordon. Needless to say we have a full house and they have all become loved members of our family. Fortunately we have plenty of room and my wife is a fastidious housekeeper or this would not be possible. We also have a citron crested ****atoo as well. A regular zoo!

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    Two labs -- one chocolate and one I guess they call fox red.
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    we do Cattle Dog Rescue so dogs are rolling through all the time but have 4 dogs of our own 3 cattle dogs and a lab mix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tennessee Dave View Post
    We have a Gordon Setter, a Lakeland Terrier, a Red ticked Hound, a Jack Russell Terrier, a Jack Russell terrier/chiquaqua mix, and a German Shephard mix. All have been adopted except the Gordon. Needless to say we have a full house and they have all become loved members of our family. Fortunately we have plenty of room and my wife is a fastidious housekeeper or this would not be possible. We also have a citron crested ****atoo as well. A regular zoo!

    Hello my friend, an interesting collection indeed! What's a red ticked hound? Sounds fascinating!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    we do Cattle Dog Rescue so dogs rolling through all the time but have 4 dogs of our own 3 cattle dogs and a lab mix.

    These are fine looking hounds, I've never seen anything like them- are they used for working?

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    and This is baxter!
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    yes they are used for working cattle and originated in the Australian outback

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