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Hunting Dog Training

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- Sun, 24 Sep 2017 03:00:11 EST xqi2ykdO No.33535
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I have a friend who has dog that is part feist. Feists are hunting dogs and you can tell his instincts are that of a hunting dog. He often kills squirrels and rabbits without any training.

I've never trained a dog but I have trained cockatiels so classical conditioning is not completely new to me. I'd like to train him to be a be the best hunter he can be. Does anyone know of a good resource for learning how to train a hunting dog? I'd prefer a book, particularly one I could pirate. The best I have found is a book for retriever training but this dog is more suited to catching prey not finding it after it has been shot.

Pic related. He's awesome.
Alice Fuvingchudging - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 14:46:32 EST w+Zip/qq No.33543 Reply
this is one of the boards where none of us have a fucking clue what we are talking about. none of us know shit about animals except maybe the pet we own. i highly doubt any poster on here has any knowledge or experience about hunting dogs. this is the board where we all do drugs and go "LOL GIRAF HAS LONG NECK GUYS"
Alice Dirringdale - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 03:27:25 EST lPZSuzwJ No.33544 Reply
Your dog kind of looks like a fat Eddie from Frasier.

dave wants to hunt

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- Sun, 17 Sep 2017 00:44:35 EST Wuor4mf5 No.33524
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Look at her. Claws slightly open and raised. She's an arizona bark scorpion so her tail likes to hang out on the side until action. She's in hunting mode even though she's eaten liek 4 crickets this wek.
the internet doesn't have definitive answer on overfeeding. what do you think?
Also i will post some black light dave.
Charlotte Mopperford - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 00:52:11 EST Wuor4mf5 No.33525 Reply
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having a colony of healthy reproducing crickets in a tub in a drawer is interesting. what kind of lives do they live? They're all very healthy and there's enough of 'em to keep reproducing. i wonder if they have vaguely structured lives or groups that they associate with. i wonder what they think about when someone disappears during the occasional flash of blinding dim apartment light. Is there a tiny imperceptible scream issued by the cricket when it's snatched up by the creature? Do the older members of the colony that have escaped my grasp long enough to grow large recall this happening before?
Is dave aware that she is the ultimate end for an entire colony of roughly 40 crickets? A lot die by other causes i can't determine and sometimes i'll just throw a bunch out because they're a little too healthy (gut loading 'em for dave means they eat like one of those meatheads that lives between the pharmacy, whole foods, and the gym) but there's not a whole lot of distance between their dark little drawer and the modest terrarium that is their ultimate final encounter.
i might be high.
Caroline Drapperridge - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 05:21:24 EST EuIg1q6R No.33529 Reply
dave is my skyrim characters name

My dog

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- Sat, 12 Aug 2017 03:34:06 EST 6zJW4SLr No.33471
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Why does my dog stare at me while I jerk off? Is he a gay???
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Augustus Sirringwire - Sun, 27 Aug 2017 19:56:04 EST 7/0pVVPJ No.33503 Reply

Greatest answer I've ever heard to this question
Phineas Clayhood - Sat, 02 Sep 2017 21:24:16 EST cOjn9fcg No.33509 Reply
You...you hear this question often? Do many of your friends stand in front of their dogs and jerk their dicks?


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- Fri, 09 Jun 2017 03:10:13 EST o8hQYeS5 No.33423
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This is a general dog thread.
Dog pictures, dog training methods, dog stories

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Martha Chuttingstark - Wed, 23 Aug 2017 05:21:13 EST bAmW5z0j No.33494 Reply
> getting a collie who can do their fucking tax returns
I grew up with a collie... Compared to most other breeds, they're the rocket scientists and particle physicists of the dog world.

story time:

The house I lived in back then had a large, paved area at the front of the house. This area was raised about a meter from the sidewalk, and it had a hedge going down one side.

My collie, Penny, would often lie peacefully here and keep an eye on passing traffic and greet shoppers, but some dipshit from my sister's school would pass by every day and throw stones and gravel at her. This would continue for a few months until she decided enough was enough!

One day, my mom noted she had been behaving a bit strangely that afternoon, often keeping close to the hedge. She called me into the shop, and as i came in, I saw her sneak slowly along the hedge and towards the sidewalk. All of a sudden Dipshit kid comes along and she barked him right in the fucking ear.
Dipshit kid fell over, tumbled around a bit and then ran away....

he learned two lessons for life that day: Don't fuck with collies and collies are smart enough to plot revenge schemes and execute them.

My parents bought and trained Penny, and she was very protective of me when I was a toddler (to hte point of biting the mailman when he came too close to me.. the only time she bit someone)... As I grew older, i'd teach her tricks and we would do pranks together... we were basically a real-life version of Timmy and Lassie... but from hell

You all know the classic of spraying whipped cream into the hand of someone sleeping, and then tickling his face... try a version with a handful of dog slobber instead >
Reuben Bedgehat - Fri, 25 Aug 2017 00:43:11 EST WsmoR8HX No.33498 Reply

lol that barking story is great. i'll share a story an older friend of mine told me about his dog, who passed away a couple of years ago, a very loving and obedient german shepherd. apparently on a daily basis, some kids walking home from high school would taunt and torment this dog, throwing things at it, basically the same as your collie. well one day this german shepherd saw the kids coming, and grabbed a chain-link metal fence gate on wheels with his teeth and shook it so hard the wheels came off their metal tracks, enabling him to escape. he was almost upon the shitter kids when my friend the owner yelled the dogs name and he froze then obediently came back. he then told the kids "if you keep bothering him and he gets out again, next time im gonna let him eat you." and they fearfully agreed and ran off. dog actually broke one of his teeth tearing the wheels off their tracks though, had to have it removed, one of the canines so he only had 3 left, p. sad, but at least he was never tormented again
Ayy - Fri, 01 Sep 2017 02:09:31 EST xH5UHasq No.33507 Reply
We got two dogs now, but we normally have 3 at a time.
The most recent dog to pass away... miss him so much.
He was a big goofy Rotty, but he had a pretty messed up life from the start
Got parvo, like the rest of his litter and almost died real young, I think it legit messed up his brain a little, he was never the same happy dog.
But my mom nursed him to health and he survived.
Cut to about ten years down the line and he's so unstable as a dog that he's bitten family members pretty badly. So he had to be put into my parents room, and we put curtains up so he couldn't see anyone, but could hear things to feel comforted but not threatened. he lived a good 16 years. Good boy, Czar!


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- Thu, 31 Aug 2017 19:41:38 EST WmwtwliB No.33505
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I think my cat might have accidentally ingested ~2.5-15mg of cbd in oil form, are there any potentials risks ? It's been an hour and she's completely normal, just strutting around, cleaning herself, no apparent tension or problem.
Ayy - Fri, 01 Sep 2017 02:04:35 EST xH5UHasq No.33506 Reply
It really should not effect her much at all. She may get frisky, extra lovey, even.
If you start to worry too much, just check her gum coloring if she allows you to, make sure they are pink/pale pink or whatever color they normally are
And make sure her pupils stay the same size, and that she isn't shaking or anything. She'll be fine! One of my cats accidently ate a certain herb once, was quite a lot. I was terrified! But there were no outward changes??? not even in pupil size or behavior.... lol! I would think the cbd would be even better, than something with more THC. You know?

76chan/sp/ get

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- Mon, 06 Mar 2017 11:19:18 EST weND7JOL No.33333
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What should I name him?
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- Thu, 15 Jun 2017 16:31:09 EST o8hQYeS5 No.33431
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Is it okay to give raw bones to dogs?
Basil Cherryham - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 05:11:56 EST bEKXWU4e No.33432 Reply
I think I heard raw bones are okay, but like diseases and stuff.

Cooked bones, at least chicken bones, splinter in the stomach.

You can feed raw chicken to big lizards n shit and they stay gucci.
Martha Chuttingstark - Wed, 23 Aug 2017 04:15:35 EST bAmW5z0j No.33493 Reply
no probs, although a few risks
Raw bones are actually a bit safer for dogs than cooked bones, as the cooking makes the bones more brittle and more likely to splinter.

but don't give them bones from birds (chicken, turkey, duck etc) as they are too fragile, and will be chewed to splinters.
Fresh bones will give you a bit of a mess, make sure to supervise and give the bones to your dog in a place that can be easily cleaned, or outside.

Use only larger (major) bones from cows and other large animals (eg. soup bones from the grocery store). Some smaller bones (like outer wing bones) from chicken and other birds can (and should) be ground in a meat grinder and mixed with their food if you want a doggie equivalent of a multivitamin.
Pork/boar bones are more brittle than most, and should never be fed to your dog

Larger bones (especially with sinew and meat on them) give your dog a good equivalent of a good toothbrushing, along with mental stimulation and a workout for the jaw muscles. That means, you can save your money by not buying Dentastix or other doggie tooth hygiene products.

At first, I would provide the dog(s) with a larger bone, in order to see how agressively they eat them. Your dog also might need to be trained to have food taken away from it (completely basic training, I know, but many people don't get this far). Some more agressive dogs are likely to try and break bones and swallow the pieces whole.
If you have multiple dogs, make sure to seaparate them before giving them bones, as they can become very territorial and agressive toward each other...

Afterwards, make sure to observe the stool and make sure it has normal consistency and no signs of blood.

Some dogs may develop diarrhea if fed bones too often. Try to keep bone consumption to once every 1-2 months at most.

and one last thing;

ALWAYS KEEP DOGS UNDER CONSTANT SUPERVISION WHEN YOU FEED THEM BONES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Stick insect

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- Mon, 29 May 2017 16:09:29 EST bNoys9EV No.33407
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Do stick insects make good pets? I've heard of people keeping them as pets. Should I get one?
Rebecca Dranningbig - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 08:24:20 EST UwITFS7G No.33447 Reply
They're quiet and probably really low maintenance. Like you could leave them and go away on a holiday and they'd be fine, if not, who cares they're just stickbugs.
Alice Nambleline - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 15:40:00 EST pNF0T/V2 No.33448 Reply
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>who cares they're just stickbugs
Nathaniel Fammlewen - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 04:46:11 EST CK7rNhHx No.33462 Reply
I think they're great pets because I just see them in my yard and they're not really mine, but they're always there and sometimes they just show up and they'll be there on the wall just chilling, not a care in the world, just doing stick bug stuff. Then you come back later and they're gone, and you're like "Well I guess maybe it'll come back," but you don't really know for sure. Could've gotten eaten by a bird or whatever stick bugs get eaten by. You think a bird ever picks up a stick bug by accident, like they're working on a nest? That'd be a surprise. Anyway, you just know that stick bug is gonna be there, or it's offspring will be or something. Stick bugs are dope. They're not really sticks though, they just look like that.


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- Mon, 10 Apr 2017 02:22:11 EST b3oIznim No.33354
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Like the Kangal
I also like Commondores
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Eugene Furringmack - Sun, 09 Jul 2017 19:51:00 EST 0FLdtjfE No.33452 Reply
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I grew up with an Akbash OP

I used to ride it like a horse, it was the best dog

Lord knows what these turks are feeding their dogs
Eugene Furringmack - Sun, 09 Jul 2017 19:58:19 EST 0FLdtjfE No.33453 Reply
It actually ate the neighbors dogs now that im remembering

Maybe thats what they feed them, smaller dogs

german shepherd puppy left outside

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- Sat, 13 Jun 2015 10:20:55 EST RT5NmHAp No.32013
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My STUPID FUCKING IDIOT neighbours have bought a dog they have no idea how to care for. She's a really small German Shepherd. I'll call her Bob. The other day... "Bob, leave. Bob, leave. Bob, leave. Bob, leave. Bob, leave... Bob, leave! Bob, leave. Bob, leave! Bob... leave, Bob, leave, Bob, leave. Bob, leave. Bob... leave. GOOD GIRL--LEAVE IT! BOB, leave. BOB! Bob, leave!" Then the next day I heard, "Uh, go to toilet then. Go to toilet then..." Yeah. Now... it's become a habit for them to leave her outdoors for 3+ hours (so far 12pm-3pm but today it's approaching 4 hours). She whines. WHINES. Non-stop. She jumps to get in. I saw her using a brick as shelter.

What the fuck do I do? She's a fucking puppy. She needs someone to care for her. I am thinking of going nextdoor and offering to dogsit. I mean... I THINK the owner must be out and can't get her to stop peeing indoors so leaves her outside. But everytime she's let in I've never heard anyone enter the house (and I would've)... Anyway, how would that go down? How could I go about it to convince them?
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Edward Crirryfot - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 08:42:14 EST fg1u6Giw No.33416 Reply
I assume that two years later the puppy is now a dog.

Just in my opinion though.
Edwin Henkinbidge - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 14:19:55 EST Fs2rnNu6 No.33417 Reply
Unlikely plot twit but I'll allow it.I almost could see it coming, but its still a slight surprise.

What about moths?

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- Tue, 08 Dec 2015 20:19:31 EST pkzyrjnm No.32392
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What do you think of them?
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Ernest Ficklemidging - Fri, 12 May 2017 23:08:28 EST lnhK+Fqn No.33386 Reply
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Lydia Pittstone - Sat, 13 May 2017 02:27:21 EST nvhegy20 No.33387 Reply
they creep me out a little, but i can tolerate it. they are interesting creatures, no one can deny
Eugene Smallshaw - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 12:14:01 EST DsrjUSO3 No.33414 Reply
The trout community would like to have a word with you

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