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Old 10-24-2013, 12:00 AM
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Don't be lookin' @ ma hosses

I had a woof hybred once. Michigan wolf and Dobey cross. Looked like a black and tan German Shepard with a too long tail. Was a great dog. Put the dog catcher in his truck.

Lolo “Wolf” Killed was a Wolf-Dog Hybrid, according to FWP
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Old 10-24-2013, 07:09 AM
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I had a woof hybred once. Michigan wolf and Dobey cross. Looked like a black and tan German Shepard with a too long tail. Was a great dog. Put the dog catcher in his truck.

Lolo “Wolf” Killed was a Wolf-Dog Hybrid, according to FWP
I worked with a guy that had one. It ended up killing his girlfriends kid.
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Old 10-24-2013, 08:06 AM
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Re: Don't be lookin' @ ma hosses

Is the "hybrid" season even open yet?
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Old 10-24-2013, 12:24 PM
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Re: Don't be lookin' @ ma hosses

Poor dog already lost his nuts and was out looking for them. ha ha
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Re: Don't be lookin' @ ma hosses

Roy,

Did you get the title to your thread from the movie "Dances with Wolves?"

Lol
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Re: Don't be lookin' @ ma hosses

I have 4 dogs myself, one Rot. He's the most docile of all 4. I don't want any dog I can't look in the eye and be comfortable looking at. If they have that look, might as well be shot and I will be the shooter.
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I have 4 dogs myself, one Rot. He's the most docile of all 4. I don't want any dog I can't look in the eye and be comfortable looking at. If they have that look, might as well be shot and I will be the shooter.
Most canines take a direct look in the eye as a threat or challenge. If you're the dominant being there there will be no problem. If not, sooner or later there's gonna be a problem.

If ya wanna change the attitude of a seemingly aggressive male simply turn away from him, sit down and relax. I've been told that this is the strongest of dominant behaviors. It won't be long until the mutt eases up to you.

Note that I haven't personally tried this method. Would appreciate a report from someone who has besides the guy that I heard this from.
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