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Old 04-19-2016, 11:09 AM   #14
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Is this just a puppy thing? Last fall I took my dog pheasant hunting. Put him in the back where the kids sit. Got to spot, open door, and see a bag of those wax bottle candies all chewed up(thanks kids). We go walk 3 miles, no pheasants seen a couple carcasses rolled on and deer droppings eaten...then on way home he hurls then proceeds to lick it back up. I went from pissed to sick to my stomach in a hurry. Truck still smells like puke to this day.

Another story...Out in the marsh hunting with the dog and shoot a duck he goes and gets it and won't get back in the boat. So thinking he had to pee I just let him hang out. Then he disappears like a dumb ass. 20 minutes later and 50 whistles he comes back to the boat with a rotted coot carcass in his mouth. I get him back in the boat he knows I'm upset and starts whining. after about a 1/2 hr of whining I figured why he was as he had dog diahrea all over the front of my boat. I decided I had enough and through in the towel. On the way in I had him chained to the side of the boat going half throttle when he decides to jump over the side to try to get 1 of the thousands of coot I'm driving by. Not sure how he didn't die? Ever had one of those days where you should have just stayed in bed? Still love that dog.
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