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Koenig's first playtime on agility equipment!

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Randall
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Tell us about yourself: I am a real estate investor and my wife is a pharmacist. We are pro-gun and love dogs (they sleep with us and are part of our family). We have a puppy who is 5 months as of this date 4-18-2011 (Thor).

Re: Koenig's first playtime on agility equipment!

Post by Randall » Thu Apr 21, 2011 3:00 am

This is the reply from a farm boy point of view.. having raised many different animals in my lifetime I have to say that you can "always" see the difference between neutered and not.. There is just a muscular natural beauty that seems to attach to all "natural" males.

I feed my dog the wolf diet of raw meat and think that nature and God had it figured out pretty well before the dog food companies and humans got involved.

I won't be cutting Thor ever, unless he starts running off and I can't control it (and even then it will be a last resort).

As for spaying...Well, wasn't much use for that on the ranch ;)
What could be better than a large slavering monster that follows you everywhere and wants to lick you to death?

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