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    Thai dogs

    Since I have had so much fun recently with Thai dogs, my eyes are now constantly searching for that rogue mangy bitch.

    Consider this a contest of some sort. How many shots of purebreed dogs can TD come up with. Now naturally, this has to be done in Thailand and katoey soi dogs will not not be in the running.

    Here is my first photo. I want to say that these are pit bulls.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hillbilly
    katoey soi dogs will not not be in the running.
    Gawd, even the dogs in LOS have a third sex!? Do they go with the hormone injections and all the other trappings (exaggerated walk, large paws, funny way of barking, etc)

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    Black German Shepard pup and my cobra killer red dog.


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    My baby in my avatar, although he is hospital at the moment with heart worm and has a 50 50 chance, still he is an old bugger for a rottie

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    Best wishes for his recovery DD

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    He didn't make it we buried him this morning on our land quite amazing how much tears and snot can come out of a person while your digging a hole, I am now going to get totaly pissed, so if I post this evening please ignore them.

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    ^Sorry to hear that.

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    Sorry to hear about the old dog. He was a nice old fella.

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    Bummer DD
    Nothing worse than loosing and faithful old mate

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    God damn, the worst thing that can happen to a guy, I have lost a few good friends myself.

    Sorry.

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    Sorry, DD!

    Truth be told, I damn near cried reading about this...

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    Very sad mate.....The pain of losing your best mate can't be outweighed.



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    Sorry to hear that it was a nice old dog

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    Sorry to read the news about your dog dd - It's a bloody horrible feeling to lose a good friend.

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    Terrible news DD you have my sympathy

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    Hey, happy birthday danbo hope yours is better than mine

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    In Nakon Pathom once I saw a soi dog duelling with a monitor lizard... Great sport!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad_dog
    In Nakon Pathom once I saw a soi dog duelling with a monitor lizard
    Were they using swords or muskets ?

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    Condolences, DD.

    I saw a show on TV a while back about dingos. It turns out the good old skinny yellow Thai dog is actually a dingo. Apparently they used to migrate between Asia and Australia using the land bridge. The only difference is their diets: dingo 75% meat, 25% vegetarian; Thai dog 75% vegetarian, 25% meat.

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    Sorry to hear that DD.

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    Well I got most of a bottle of whiskey down my neck and had a little sleep for a few hours, the real heart breaking thing was my girlfriend talking to him as we dug the hole, telling him that it wouldn't be long before we built a house there and stayed with him.




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    Quote Originally Posted by RandomChances
    Sorry to hear that it was a nice old dog
    I thought you said we project our personalities onto animals or some such bullshit and that they are only animals.

    I recall something like that in my flying dogs thread a while back.

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    RC missed a comma and has met the the dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsquirrel
    I thought you said we project our personalities onto animals or some such bullshit and that they are only animals.

    I recall something like that in my flying dogs thread a while back.
    Actually this is what I said, nothing to do with projecting our personalities onto them. Anyway it was a nice dog.
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    Flies don't have a sense of mortality.
    What and dog's do, just cos it's warm blooded, cute and fluffy people feel the need to project human emotions onto them, which is no more valid than projection them onto a fly.................probably
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    Good dogs are loyal. Good dogs come around once or twice in a life time. DD, my condolences for your loss.

    In my life i've had four-and-a-half wives, losing anyone of 'em cannot compare with the lose of my one true friend, my chow bitch. Haven't had a dog since. it's been damn-near twenty years and I'm just startin to think about one now.
    When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty -- T. Jefferson


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