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|06-04-2014 10:15 PM|
Best advice is still get a dog that has been there done that! GSD or MAl pretty much end of story!
But since I basically threw Boxers under the bus! There is potential in them! The American lines... ugh NO. They are my true love however. But the Euro Boxers are a whole norther world! The Boxer guys try and convenience me that the Euros are indeed "goofy." But sorry I'm not buying!!
I present Cliff Bachvett!
Cliff vom Grand Kevin
|06-04-2014 08:42 PM|
Originally Posted by Freestep View Post
That's such a sweet photo. Love the Sebastapols but I couldn't find any close-by so settled with the Pilgrim goose instead.
|06-04-2014 11:05 AM|
Originally Posted by CharlieB.Barkin View Post
|06-04-2014 10:51 AM|
Originally Posted by Yoshi View Post
Still, most people are terribly intimidated by geese, which to me is hilarious. Many people weren't afraid of my 130-lb Akbash dog, but wanted to make sure the geese were put away before coming into the yard!
Still, I find them cuddly. Ours are Sebastopol geese, which are known for gentle temperament.
|06-04-2014 12:55 AM|
Originally Posted by gsdsar View Post
|06-03-2014 08:14 AM|
|blackshep||Where I used to ride, my dressage trainer had a pond we'd cool the horses out walking around, and we all lived in fear of 'Papa Goose'. This big Canada Goose who lived there, that thing would chase us and our horses, we were terrified of it! lol|
|06-03-2014 06:36 AM|
Ganders can be very intimidating, but the girls can be just as scary too! I remember going to one of the neighbor's farm to catch a few babies from their feral goose flock, so we could raise them to eat and ZOMG, they were really into it! Having a flock of geese after you is scary, but yeah, it was fun dodging them.
My pair of geese that I have now are fairly tame though, but only to me and a few people. You really just need to show them who's boss.
|06-01-2014 10:47 PM|
Originally Posted by Susan_GSD_mom View Post
|06-01-2014 06:45 PM|
Originally Posted by Chip18 View Post
|06-01-2014 02:59 PM|
Donkeys are good too. Never getting on a property without a donkey going off!!!
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