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Author Topic: Titan, so curious he can't stand it  (Read 856 times)
Cindi
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« on: July 24, 2008, 07:01:54 PM »

Something was inside one of the duck/chicken brooding boxes.  Something that was so scarey that Titan was quivering.  He was watching, looking, smelling the air, trying to get up all the gumption that he could....just to look inside that box.  He is my little partner-in-crime outside.  The Pittbull attitude, focused and always on the job, working, all day, chasing all day, protecting all day, eager to catch every weed that is flung to the wind, and a good catch he is.

There was something inside that box.....it was Micky, sitting on her Banty eggs, she would growl at him, making his curiosity even more surfaced.  My pal, among my other dog pals, my friend.  Beautiful day in this wonderful life and world we are all livin' and sharin'.  Cindi





Oh yes, and he also likes to play with worms!!!

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« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2008, 08:38:04 PM »

Canine behavior is so cool.  I've had some incredible K-9 buds.
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