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  • WannabeintheFD
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    LOL well thats a diferent approach, id think to throw it into your neighbors lawn but whatever floats your boat... or sinks your cat for that matter??

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  • LACAPT
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    Problem with cats? Y'all know how to get rid of yer pet rock? Ya tie it to a cat and toss it in the river!!

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  • explr985
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    Originally posted by nmfire
    Maybe that will be the next competition. Instead of how many flashes per minute, it will be how many Barks per Minute.


    470 fpms and 123 bpms. lol.

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  • dfdex1
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    I got my German Shepard cause it dont get along with tresspassers.

    Dal,Im really sorry about your dog I know whats it like to worry about them going under the knife. I remember when my golden broke his nail at about 8 pm one night,I stayed up till the next morning with him cause I was worried about the blood and him licking it.

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  • nmfire
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    Maybe that will be the next competition. Instead of how many flashes per minute, it will be how many Barks per Minute.

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  • ThNozzleman
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    Hey, YOU said it; when it happens, it's YOUR fault.

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  • nmfire
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    I thought they were also used because they would run ahead of the "apparatus" and clear people out of the streets... kind of like a really primitive and living, breathing siren.

    Hey, maybe that will be the next big thing on here with the Whacker Contraptions... 5 million lights, a Q, FD logos, and a Dalmation running in front of the Yugo.

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  • WannabeintheFD
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    Originally posted by F18Wub

    Cats taste like chicken



    Lighten up a tad.
    i was kidding around...
    DalmatiAns aren't the only dog to get along with horses, but they were bred to keep up pace with them and act as guard dogs for them!
    sorry to hear.. hope your dogs okay

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  • Dalmatian90
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    DalmatiAns aren't the only dog to get along with horses, but they were bred to keep up pace with them and act as guard dogs for them!

    Speaking about this thread, I must blame it for bad mo-jo.

    As we speak one of my Dals, Jake, is undergoing surgery for a stone blocking his urinary tract! Poor guy just couldn't pee this morning...look on his face was pricelessly pathetic. Vet wasn't able to flush it with a catheter...the thought of a catheter alone gives me sympathy willies...the thought of surgery to open his willie, well, you know...*shudders*

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  • F18Wub
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    Originally posted by WannabeintheFD
    you have a problem with cats?
    Cats taste like chicken



    Lighten up a tad.

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  • dfdex1
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    I thought Dalmations were used cause they were the only dog that got along with horses.

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  • explr985
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    Originally posted by LtDPSJFD


    Of course, that explains why they kept Dalmations at the fire house. To find the hydrants in the middle of the night...

    Thats funny. Using the mutt to find the hydrant at 0 dark-thirty.

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  • LtDPSJFD
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    I own three dogs, and have a hydrant in my front yard. All three of the boys have an affinity for that thing which I cannot figure out.

    Of course, that explains why they kept Dalmations at the fire house. To find the hydrants in the middle of the night...

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  • WannabeintheFD
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    I own cats, you have a problem with me??

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  • dfdex1
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    Originally posted by WannabeintheFD

    dfdex1... you have a problem with cats?
    Yes their owners!

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