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This is Madaket pretending to be a hunting dog...

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Beautiful dogs! Keep the pics coming!
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My spaniel. He loves to fish and watches the line as I bring it back in watching for followers. He's also not bad on the pheasants.
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They scare off every animal around so I wouldn't exactly call them a fishing partner haha. But they do keep me laughing.
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Bateman wrote:They scare off every animal around so I wouldn't exactly call them a fishing partner haha. But they do keep me laughing.

Doberman's yes? Dobermans used to be a common sight around here 15 or 20 years ago. Now days it is kind of rare to see one.

These are serious looking guard dogs when their ears are cropped and tails docked. Kind of funny that with their full floppy ears and long tail they have a completely different look -- like a big lovable goofy hound dog.
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LDUBS wrote:
Bateman wrote:They scare off every animal around so I wouldn't exactly call them a fishing partner haha. But they do keep me laughing.

Doberman's yes? Dobermans used to be a common sight around here 15 or 20 years ago. Now days it is kind of rare to see one.

These are serious looking guard dogs when their ears are cropped and tails docked. Kind of funny that with their full floppy ears and long tail they have a completely different look -- like a big lovable goofy hound dog.
Yes sir. They came cropped and docked. They get scared looks from most who don't know them, but they are both very obedient and have never shown aggression towards anyone.

I have always joked that they are half Labrador. They were raised on the beach and river and I can't keep them out of water. When the water is a certain depth (2-3') they can't walk and it isn't deep enough to swim so they do this 4 legged jump over and over. I laugh until I cry :lol:

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Bateman wrote:
LDUBS wrote:
Bateman wrote:They scare off every animal around so I wouldn't exactly call them a fishing partner haha. But they do keep me laughing.

Doberman's yes? Dobermans used to be a common sight around here 15 or 20 years ago. Now days it is kind of rare to see one.

These are serious looking guard dogs when their ears are cropped and tails docked. Kind of funny that with their full floppy ears and long tail they have a completely different look -- like a big lovable goofy hound dog.
Yes sir. They came cropped and docked. They get scared looks from most who don't know them, but they are both very obedient and have never shown aggression towards anyone.

I have always joked that they are half Labrador. They were raised on the beach and river and I can't keep them out of water. When the water is a certain depth (2-3') they can't walk and it isn't deep enough to swim so they do this 4 legged jump over and over. I laugh until I cry :lol:
I can picture that. Haha. If you ever get a chance to capture a video, I hope you post it back here.
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I have a Border Collie named Ruby Begonia that is my main fishing partner. She went on her first week long canoe trip at 6 months. She also likes rafts, power boats, and sailboats. When do we leave?

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Bella, she’s thrilled!
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Oh, the humility of it all.. Haha.
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