Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Bears 08/05

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Leffy
    replied
    also a place of lotsa moisture and goo you want to have something between it and skin. better when brush and trees grab your fur then straight skin. they had like a quarter inch only which was frequently medicated against bugs and such ickies but not much protection from brambles and the like.

    Leave a comment:


  • Kamn
    replied
    Swamp? Isnt that the place with leeches, lots of ticks, and other insects that are dificult to detedt in lots of hair?

    Leave a comment:


  • Leffy
    replied
    ... coulda been that too. their babies were shaved though. something about local terrain and their hair being an evil mix. dunno bout you but in a swamp... i would say hair would be a good thing to have, but they apparently thought less was more.

    Leave a comment:


  • Big Otis Landfish
    replied
    Originally posted by Leffy View Post
    the giant. stayed with a friend that had two for a week. first two days were spent convincing them i was not the bad guy and the next five trying to avoid them. they're cot hogs. i'd go lay down at night and they'd pounce up onto it and nudge me around until i tried to shrink myself into a 2 foot space, or fell right off. i loved it.


    thank you for helping me figure it out ^.^
    Bouvier de Flandres look pretty similar, and are big.



    Generally have more hair than a schnauz, though.

    Leave a comment:


  • domino
    replied
    giant schnauzers are pretty cool dogs. the minis (of any breed) are terrors!! Glad to help ya out Leffy! I like to think i know a thing or two about dogs...

    Leave a comment:


  • Leffy
    replied
    kids are great at reiteration at high speeds.

    Leave a comment:


  • Ruestir
    replied
    LOL! That reminds me of a child my wife met while couseling elementary kids. this one little boy was telling her about his dog.

    boy, "I have this dog and he's a miniature schnauzer. He's tiny and he's a schnauzer. I don't know why they don't call him a tiny schnauzer. So I looked up miniature and found that it really means tiny. So he's really miniature after all and a schnauzer. That's why we call him a miniature schnauzer, because he's miniature and a schnauzer."

    Now just imagine that said at high speed.

    Leave a comment:


  • Leffy
    replied
    the giant. stayed with a friend that had two for a week. first two days were spent convincing them i was not the bad guy and the next five trying to avoid them. they're cot hogs. i'd go lay down at night and they'd pounce up onto it and nudge me around until i tried to shrink myself into a 2 foot space, or fell right off. i loved it.


    thank you for helping me figure it out ^.^

    Leave a comment:


  • Plunder Down-Under
    replied
    I can just seeing that dog jump up on its back legs, shout "ITS TERRIER TIME" then attack something.

    It was on a tv show.

    Leave a comment:


  • domino
    replied
    do they look like either of these?

    miniature schnauzer

    or

    giant schnauzers

    Leave a comment:


  • Leffy
    replied
    maybe? it has a beardy mustache.

    Leave a comment:


  • Seolta
    replied
    Originally posted by Leffy View Post
    EDIT:i see my booboo now. i dunno what it is. this dog stands as high as my waist, is built thick and sturdy like a little brick house even when its pure muscle and not spoiled to fatness, and has that face that makes me think of a little irish dog that gets no taller then my knees. the little one is evil mean and pissy, the big ones i've seen are just big goofy babies.
    Schnauzer?

    Leave a comment:


  • Leffy
    replied
    i thought i mentioned the terriers not setters... are setters bigger versions of terriers? or am i confusing something ENTIRELY different with an interchangable word?

    and there will be no sticks in my anywhere thank you very much. nor do i want to freeze. how bout i sit in a bowl and we settle for nicely chilled like good jello?


    EDIT:i see my booboo now. i dunno what it is. this dog stands as high as my waist, is built thick and sturdy like a little brick house even when its pure muscle and not spoiled to fatness, and has that face that makes me think of a little irish dog that gets no taller then my knees. the little one is evil mean and pissy, the big ones i've seen are just big goofy babies.
    Last edited by Leffy; 08-26-2007, 07:51 PM.

    Leave a comment:


  • Mike Taylor
    replied
    Originally posted by Death Dragon2 View Post
    I do believe you forgot the Great Danes.
    But a Great Dane doesn't look much like a Setter... of course neither does a Wolfhound.

    Leave a comment:


  • TX_Geek
    replied
    Originally posted by Crazeyal View Post
    Methinks she might object to sitting in a freezer witha stick up her...

    never mind..


    Didn't even think about that....

    The freezer would probably definitely be an objection, but I can't see her agreeing to the sticks either!! (and the person who would suggest how and where the sticks end up would probably be in for a world of discomfort!).......

    Leave a comment:

Working...
X