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We have a dog that the ole lady just loves with all her soul, this dog can do no wrong and pretty much has full reign of the house and gets whatever he wants. I love this dog a lot too, he's our buggy boy and we will never find another like him.

So tonight, I suggested when he dies we take him to a taxidermist and have him mounted so we can place him on the fireplace mantle and always have buggy boy with us.

I'll be sleeping on the couch tonight.



I thought it was a good idea, but obviously it wasn't.
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(06-12-2018, 10:52 PM)Feckless Road Glide Wrote: We have a dog that the ole lady just loves with all her soul, this dog can do no wrong and pretty much has full reign of the house and gets whatever he wants.  I love this dog a lot too, he's our buggy boy and we will never find another like him.

So tonight, I suggested when he dies we take him to a taxidermist and have him mounted so we can place him on the fireplace mantle and always have buggy boy with us.

I'll be sleeping on the couch tonight.



I thought it was a good idea, but obviously it wasn't.

Nope. My couch time was loosing the ashes of 3 of our dogs 15, 16 and 17 years old in a move. Nice wooden boxes, brass plaque with their name. I have no idea where they went but she was sure it was my fault.

Hell I had the dogs before I met her but noooo, I slept on the couch/recliner for 2 weeks after we quit feuding. Peaceful. Chuckle
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(06-12-2018, 10:52 PM)Feckless Road Glide Wrote: We have a dog that the ole lady just loves with all her soul, this dog can do no wrong and pretty much has full reign of the house and gets whatever he wants.  I love this dog a lot too, he's our buggy boy and we will never find another like him.

So tonight, I suggested when he dies we take him to a taxidermist and have him mounted so we can place him on the fireplace mantle and always have buggy boy with us.

I'll be sleeping on the couch tonight.



I thought it was a good idea, but obviously it wasn't.

I had a friend in college that had a cocker spaniel. We were always kidding him that he should get him mounted with rollers on his feet, so George could go with him, wherever he went! Yeah3
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(06-12-2018, 10:52 PM)Feckless Road Glide Wrote: We have a dog that the ole lady just loves with all her soul, this dog can do no wrong and pretty much has full reign of the house and gets whatever he wants.  I love this dog a lot too, he's our buggy boy and we will never find another like him.

So tonight, I suggested when he dies we take him to a taxidermist and have him mounted so we can place him on the fireplace mantle and always have buggy boy with us.

I'll be sleeping on the couch tonight.



I thought it was a good idea, but obviously it wasn't.

LMAO!!!!

Chuckle Chuckle Chuckle
I Don't Die.

I walk my own path.
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(06-12-2018, 11:09 PM)Highlander Wrote:
(06-12-2018, 10:52 PM)Feckless Road Glide Wrote: We have a dog that the ole lady just loves with all her soul, this dog can do no wrong and pretty much has full reign of the house and gets whatever he wants.  I love this dog a lot too, he's our buggy boy and we will never find another like him.

So tonight, I suggested when he dies we take him to a taxidermist and have him mounted so we can place him on the fireplace mantle and always have buggy boy with us.

I'll be sleeping on the couch tonight.



I thought it was a good idea, but obviously it wasn't.

LMAO!!!!

Chuckle  Chuckle  Chuckle

Thank God she's not a kettlebell instructor!!!
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My 46 inch Northern pike was a a GRAND to mount.

They charge by the inch.


1dunno1

Shes gonna bring this up again.

Chuckle
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I walk my own path.
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(06-12-2018, 11:11 PM)Feckless Road Glide Wrote:
(06-12-2018, 11:09 PM)Highlander Wrote:
(06-12-2018, 10:52 PM)Feckless Road Glide Wrote: We have a dog that the ole lady just loves with all her soul, this dog can do no wrong and pretty much has full reign of the house and gets whatever he wants.  I love this dog a lot too, he's our buggy boy and we will never find another like him.

So tonight, I suggested when he dies we take him to a taxidermist and have him mounted so we can place him on the fireplace mantle and always have buggy boy with us.

I'll be sleeping on the couch tonight.



I thought it was a good idea, but obviously it wasn't.

LMAO!!!!

Chuckle  Chuckle  Chuckle

Thank God she's not a kettlebell instructor!!!

Anon
I Don't Die.

I walk my own path.
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Don't do it, @ Feckless Road Glide.

I raised bird dogs(quail and pheseant) for years, and had several dogs that I was totally in love with. Both as hunters, and their family dog personalities.

I buried them all, over 43 years of pride, under the same oak tree on the hill where they could look over the countryside. Each wrapped in his/her favorite blanket.
Kicked my ass every time I had to put one down.

Our last dog, a Jack Russell terrier, we had cremated. Some here might remember my Halloween thread about me and my "hot dog dog" passing out treats to the kids.
She is in a $125 dollar urn on our mantle above the fireplace, and is a constant reminder of good days gone by. She was 14.

Now, I wish I'd buried her with all the bird dogs up on the hill, because she had just as much heart and drive as my working dogs(and more than some).

Ashes to ashes, and dust to dust.
Bury the old guy somewhere close to a place he loved. My .02
"rednecks, hillbillies, and cowboys will save the nation".....last one

"If I'd known I was going to live this long, I would have taken better care of myself"......grandpa

"I'm nobody's slave, I'm nobody's master"........John Kay 1970
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(06-12-2018, 11:21 PM)last one Wrote: Don't do it, @ Feckless Road Glide.

I raised bird dogs(quail and pheseant) for years, and had several dogs that I was totally in love with.  Both as hunters, and their family dog personalities.

I buried them all, over 43 years of pride, under the same oak tree on the hill where they could look over the countryside.  Each wrapped in his/her favorite blanket.  
Kicked my ass every time I had to put one down.

Our last dog, a Jack Russell terrier, we had cremated.  Some here might remember my Halloween thread about me and my "hot dog dog" passing out treats to the kids.
She is in a $125 dollar urn on our mantle above the fireplace, and is a constant reminder of good days gone by.  She was 14.

Now, I wish I'd buried her with all the bird dogs up on the hill, because she had just as much heart and drive as my working dogs(and more than some).

Ashes to ashes, and dust to dust.  
Bury the old guy somewhere close to a place he loved.  My .02

Thanks Last One. Been wondering where you were. Was just asking Sassy tonight about you.

We'll probably add another cedar box to the collection when Buggy boy passes. I'm a dick and like to fuck with the ole lady now and then, like I said it usually earns me a night on the couch.

I would burry the boy but I can't say we will be in this home for the rest of our lives. Would rather cremate him and be able to take him with us when we decide to sell this place and move.
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(06-12-2018, 11:37 PM)Feckless Road Glide Wrote:
(06-12-2018, 11:21 PM)last one Wrote: Don't do it, @ Feckless Road Glide.

I raised bird dogs(quail and pheseant) for years, and had several dogs that I was totally in love with.  Both as hunters, and their family dog personalities.

I buried them all, over 43 years of pride, under the same oak tree on the hill where they could look over the countryside.  Each wrapped in his/her favorite blanket.  
Kicked my ass every time I had to put one down.

Our last dog, a Jack Russell terrier, we had cremated.  Some here might remember my Halloween thread about me and my "hot dog dog" passing out treats to the kids.
She is in a $125 dollar urn on our mantle above the fireplace, and is a constant reminder of good days gone by.  She was 14.

Now, I wish I'd buried her with all the bird dogs up on the hill, because she had just as much heart and drive as my working dogs(and more than some).

Ashes to ashes, and dust to dust.  
Bury the old guy somewhere close to a place he loved.  My .02

Thanks Last One.  Been wondering where you were.  Was just asking Sassy tonight about you.

We'll probably add another cedar box to the collection when Buggy boy passes.  I'm a dick and like to fuck with the ole lady now and then, like I said it usually earns me a night on the couch.

I would burry the boy but I can't say we will be in this home for the rest of our lives.  Would rather cremate him and be able to take him with us when we decide to sell this place and move.

Even though I beat the shit out of my neighbors pit bull with a log chain, I still have love and great respect for all GOOD dogs, and every other pet.

That being said, my parrot Ozzie is up for sale on any given day(not).
"rednecks, hillbillies, and cowboys will save the nation".....last one

"If I'd known I was going to live this long, I would have taken better care of myself"......grandpa

"I'm nobody's slave, I'm nobody's master"........John Kay 1970
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