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Author Topic: You can teach an old dog new tricks  (Read 586 times)

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Offline Oceanbeach

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You can teach an old dog new tricks
« on: October 30, 2008, 10:34:47 PM »
My dog Kaiser has been with me in 6 houses over the past 10 years and has been riding in his sporty car for just as long.  His eyes and hearing is going away and he has some mobility problems and more recently has been getting a little disoriented.

The other day, I let him outside, he was in the cemetery across the road and disappeared.  There is not much use in calling a dog who can not hear or has selective hearing but a human voice yelled, "he is over here".  My neighbor was running around outside wearing nothing but a red towel and I thought "good dog, you found a naked man".  Kaiser went under the house, so I went after him.  The neighbor was still in his red towel and yes, I said it... Gar, there was a water buffalo under your house, can I borrow your towel?  ;D  Have the best day
Michael

Offline Longislander

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Re: You can teach an old dog new tricks
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2008, 11:07:50 PM »
lol, damn, Michael, I have crappy neighbors. No ones ever outside in a towel....
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Offline Texan38

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Re: You can teach an old dog new tricks
« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2008, 11:50:08 PM »
 :D
See, it's times like that when you have to be thankful for your half naked neighbor that looks out for you and appreciate him for being the half naked neighbor.....that found Kaiser.
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Re: You can teach an old dog new tricks
« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2008, 11:55:59 PM »
my neighbors are quite frankly too ugly. please god, don't ever let any of them be outside in nothing but a towel.  :o ROFL

My 3 cocker spaniel boyz are 10, 10, and 11. I had never thought to put their hunting abilities to retrieving men. LOL Wonder if they're too old to learn that new trick?  ;D
leatherman (aka mIkIE)


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