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Guess the pet (Breed and Gender)(For learning)

Discussion in 'Utterly Contagious Games, Jokes & Fun' started by micah wotring, Jun 15, 2016.

  1. Jul 26, 2018
    Skiesblue

    Skiesblue Loving the herd life

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    Dang. Spot on. Are they common?
     
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    Skiesblue

    Skiesblue Loving the herd life

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    Thank you. He is such a good natured dog and he insists on being w the flock. I got him from a local rescue. His owner had died and the goat flock was sold. He transitioned beautifully to sheep and chickens. It is sadly obvious that he’s been beaten - a lot of flinching and spooking but we get better every day and he never neglects the sheep. About a year and a half old and I’m going to have coat challenges. Never owned a bearded dog occasionally get a smoooch. :plbb
     
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    he's sure a cutie, and to my knowledge they aren't all that common but I've had lgd's for a long time and he just had the look. you are very fortunate to rescue a dog that fits in so well with your farm. I rescued a male lgd who had never been handled and it took me months before he would even let me pet him. he's a big drooler, not so bad in the winter but ewww in the summer time.
     
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    Baymule

    Baymule Herd Master Golden Herd Member

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    Aw now, don't cha like being slimed? Big drooling strings of gook that slimes your jeans, arms, face...….LOL

    Nice looking dog, he's lucky to find a great home.
     
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    goatgurl

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    @Baymule, we have to remember that I am short and marco is a big boy and he will come over and lay his big slimy head on my chest and look lovingly into my eyes and all I can think of is eewwwww, I've been slimed. its a good thing I love the big goof.
     
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    Skiesblue

    Skiesblue Loving the herd life

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    I forgot to add kudos to the rescue I got him from. Can I mention a name? (Its acronym rhymes with yarn). Such a nice job done with his coat which was a mess when they got him. They kept him working too.
     
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