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    Yep I log on fuelly too, obvious given my signature I know. Showing off just how good my cars are capable of publicly is why I do it. I keep my master fuel up list in Excel with some derived measurements that I prefer(such as avg mpg per 1000 miles).




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    Quote Originally Posted by Fummins View Post
    I really don't want to be picking up human sized turds from the yard.
    Just wait til they dry up and get all crusty. Then pull out your 9-iron and practice your golf swing. You can chuck them into your neighbor's yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Nope! I don't really care for the breed my friend breeds. She has standard poodles. I was just helping her out. You can have up to three liters per year without being considered a breeder. She had back to back litters, but they were much larger than expected (11, 9, & 10). It was more work than she realized, too. Don't get me wrong, they are wonderful & beautiful dogs.

    A standard white poodle with pink trim just isn't my thing. If they did something useful like blood tracking a wounded deer, that would improve their value to me. She got good money for them, but she also put a lot of time & money into them.

    My last two dogs have been English Setters. Putting my last one down was really hard. He was a wonderful companion!
    My coworker raises standard poodles and competes them in agility training. Allegedly they are really smart; I just don't care for the overall look. Current 12 y/o yellow lab is the best looking dog Ive ever owned, but when she goes I won't get another. Too much shedding, but actually, I don't want to be reminded of her all the time. Its going to hurt. Thinking Doberman....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7milesout View Post
    Just wait til they dry up and get all crusty. Then pull out your 9-iron and practice your golf swing. You can chuck them into your neighbor's yard.
    Don't think I haven't thought of that already! You should see it in the spring after 5-6 months of snow uncovers a soggy brown mine field. It's quite the sight! I'll see if I can find some steamy pics

    My dog is a mutt that I got from some family out on an acreage. Mother was supposedly a yellow lab and the dad was a basturd border collie who lived next door. I got the one dog that they couldn't house train lol.
    Last edited by Fummins; 06-17-2021 at 08:14 PM. Reason: FFS can't type B a s t a r d !

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    I'd rather have a free one too. I'm just waiting until an AKC registered German Shorthaired Pointer shows up at the dog impound.

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    This was a thread about dogs right?


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