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        08-07-2008, 07:24 AM
    If you wanted to get him fixed anyway, don't sweat it. It makes you look like a good neighbor,not that you were forced to do anything.We both know that there is going to be another litter of pups after this one ......

    For the record, in case folks think I am a lousy dog owner because my beagles roam.... they were raised on a 1500+ acre farm. Even in Tennessee, when I was doing different work, I choose to live in an old mobile home on a dairy farm so that my kids would be safe and happy chasing bunnies, snuffling through alfalfa fields, chewing on birth jerky. ( dried out afterbirth in the field.)They are middle aged now, but still like to run 3-4 hours a day. They are allowed to do this only when I am home, never when I am away. I am very lucky that my kids can go to work with me. ( I step out the door and am at work.)

    The little 19 pound beagle, Marty, flushed a huge doe out of the cornfield yesterday. I'm not sure who jumped higher, Marty, the doe, or me.
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        08-07-2008, 10:44 AM
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    I saw a black pitbull running over to their house yesterday, I recognize him from down the road. There dog was once again, outside and loose...

    You know, people with female dogs don't realize how hard they make things on the people that do have male dogs, they can smell the female for miles and dogs that normally would stay w/in his boundaries is off chasing the female with the legs spread!!!!

    Anway... friday.... (next friday) he gets fixed...
        08-07-2008, 11:00 AM
    I know exactly what you mean FP. One of the many reasons I kept my female in the house and taught her to do her thing on a puppy training pad. No way did I want every male in the neighborhood at my gate.
    Go ahead and kick something, just make sure your wearing good shoes
        08-07-2008, 11:43 AM
    Green Broke
    You could have 500 acres and a male with his dangly bits is going to find a female - and the other way around.
        08-07-2008, 12:00 PM
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    ...good thing people arent that horny!!!! We'd all be introuble!
        08-07-2008, 12:15 PM

    Well, I'm glad you're going to be getting your pup fixed and I don't think they have the right to yell at you to fix your dog because they have more of the odds that it would be their dogs than your one!!

    Why don't they just fix/neuter their female dog??? We're looking into that for our dog even though we never let her off the leash for fear one our neighbors huge dogs will come and cover her!! Lol, she's only a small Beagle mix!! Lol
        08-07-2008, 01:41 PM
    Originally Posted by farmpony84
    ...good thing people arent that horny!!!! We'd all be introuble!
    I dunno. Every suffer through an hour of Jerry Springer?

    Responsible pet ownership means each is responsible for their own. No excuses. And yes, a neutered male can and still might mount a female in heat. The only difference is there is no paternity suit.Ya can't shake a finger at Mother Nature. Ya can't blame the male anymore than you can blame the female. It's Nature at her best. Or funniest, depending on your point of view. LOL

        08-07-2008, 02:08 PM
    Originally Posted by DashAwayAll
    Originally Posted by farmpony84
    ...good thing people arent that horny!!!! We'd all be introuble!
    I dunno. Every suffer through an hour of Jerry Springer?

    Amen! Some people should be nutered/spayed! :roll:

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