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    Red Dog Tricks

    I had my motorcycle parked near the 6 ft fence along the driveway. I heard a commotion out there, I think a cat was teasing the dogs, I looked out the window to see Ho Tai bouncing off the bike and clearing the fence. Of course he wasn't wearing his collar. It's a good thing that he likes me and came when I called him!
    He is maybe 17 inches at the shoulder.
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    WOW big dog. Hope you get it figured out.
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    Smart Dog.
    The other night our dog at home (a chihualverine) started barking.
    He sleeps in the laundry/mud room that adjoins the back patio area.
    I got up and let him out to see what is going on and followed with a flashlight.
    By the time I got to the dark corner where he was making noise there was a possum laying on it's side.
    Mouth open, tongue hanging out, looking dead. Looked like a big dead rat as big as the dog.
    I called Jack (dog) back into the laundry room, gave him a doggy treat and told him he was a tough guy killing that possum.
    When I went back to remove the body it was gone.
    Dang thing was playing possum. Fooled both of us.
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    I once had a Great Dane named Sophie, when I found a possum in the back near her it played possum so well that it never woke up!
    Spike C
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    Sounds like it's time to find a new place to park the bike. And you might want to hide your keys--sounds like he's clever enough to figure out how to start the bike, and then you'd really be in trouble!
    Now is not the time to bother me. And it's always now. Wiley Miller

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    Dammit...dad moved the bike again!

    Now is not the time to bother me. And it's always now. Wiley Miller

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