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tealitup

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tealitup

On Monday I woke up and brought my 6 month old puppy outside. Locked her in the yard (yard is enclosed with a fence). About 10 minutes later my wife yells "The dog has a rabbit in the yard!" So, I figure that rabbit is toast.

I went outside 10 minutes after that to find my puppy curled up next to the rabbit licking it - tail wagging and happy as can be to be having a new friend.

I picked the rabbit up - and no blood just scared. It was happy to be free. Now, this morning I find the same rabbit with my dog cuddling up in the same place.

Puppy loving rabbit? Rabbit loving puppy? At least she has a soft mouth \:\)

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gonefishin11

Take a picture. I want to see that!

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MNpurple

IF you wake up tomorrow and there is a Rooster and a Mallard sitting next to her too, then you got problems my firend.

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SSSTaxidermy

Wow... that is interesting. I would like to see a pic too...

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fishnhooks

The next thing will be the dog inviting the rabbit inside grin.gif

My lab loves rabbits too, but he seems to show it a different way than yours does. crazy.gif

"hooks"

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LABS4ME

Can you just hear the pooch saying... " I will love him, and hug him, and squeeze him, and kiss him.... and I will name him George"!....

Anybody else old enough to remember that great old Bugs Bunny episode?

Good Luck!

Ken

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tealitup

If she finds the bunny tomorrow I will most difentely take a picture.

Just thought it was damn funny for two days in a row. I dont know if I would have wished she would have killed it or that I like the gental mouth.

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fishnhooks

Ken,

Nope, your the only one old enough to know what your talking about whistle.gifblush.gifgrin.gif

It's a shame that they don't make them like that anymore.

"hooks"

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gonefishin11

I am only 23 and I remember that cartoon. I watched it multiple times while sitting in my favorite bean bag chair when I was 5 or 6.

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jigging-matt

Ken as soon as I read your post I started laughing, need to find that cartoon and watch it again. grin.gif

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Ufatz

You have an exceptional little dog there. Don't worry....she will still do the hunting when the time comes. I think its great. She has a gentle spirit but that does NOT mean she won't become a fine hunting dog.

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WifeKidsandDog

I hope it happens again and you can get a picture -- would love to see it, sounds so cute.

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