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A muzzle works both ways

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by BenBoy, Sep 6, 2013.


  1. BenBoy

    BenBoy Banned

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    Took Ben for a wander on our local field this morning, a female collie cross boxer came up and tried to bite him on the nose but his muzzle protected him :)

    He just wanted to play with her but she was very protective over her owner
     
  2. GingerRogers

    GingerRogers PetForums VIP

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    Lucky Ben!
     
  3. Owned By A Yellow Lab

    Owned By A Yellow Lab PetForums VIP

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    Ben is a very handsome dog :)
     
  4. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

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    Sounds as if the Collies x needs a muzzle........or at least a lead!!!
     
  5. BenBoy

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    I am yet to meet a friendly Collie, nothing against them of course just I havent met a friendly one yet! :nonod:
     
  6. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

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    I wonder if you have a bad breeder in your area.
    There was or is a bad breeder of Weimaraners in this area and all I used to meet were vicious ones, luckily there are a few nice well behaved ones about now
     
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