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  1. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Walking to the back of the property to check on the garden, looked to the back, and several of my neighbors cows were there. My dogs saw the cows, and the fun began. A couple of my dogs are cur dogs, which seem to take great joy in herding cattle. Sometimes my dogs slip into my neighbors...
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    A timber company is cutting trees near the farm, so saturday afternoon the dogs and I made a trip over to where they are cutting. I wanted pictures of skitters, and other timber cutting equipment for an article I am writing for AllOutdoor. On the way home the dogs were getting hot, so I took...
  3. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Buster and I were on a nature walk along a local creek when I walked up on a Cottonmouth. Luckily, Buster did not see the snake and it was able to get into a clump of leaves. If Buster had seen the snake, I had a walking stick to put between the two. I have heard people say the Cottonmouth...
  4. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Awhile back we talked about a 50 cent pocket compass I ordered off Ebay. Rather than buying the compass from an online store, just go straight to the source and cut out the middle man. Paracord zipper pulls were added to my packs, and then the compass was attached to the paracord. Is the...
  5. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    We need homes and lumber, but I wish clear cut did not deface the land so much. What would have otherwise been a nice hiking trip is partially spoiled by areas of overgrown stickers. The areas of clear cut can be rough on the dogs also. They do not like going through the stickers anymore than...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Dogs and I walking around the farm looking at trees and nature. Storms came through a few days ago and we are looking for oak trees that may have fallen down. Part of what we look at is a nature conservation area. The nature conservation area would be home for various wildlife, such as deer...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So far, from my experience, the Cur dog is maybe the most flexible for what I am doing. They make good: Hunting dogs, including hunting wild pigs. Independent Agile Alert Fast Family friendly Please watch the video before posting a reply. I live in a rural area and my cur dogs, one...
  8. General Discussion
    The newest member of our family. She is an 8 month old pitbull who weighs 38lbs. Yeah, she needs some meat on her bones. Some of you might remember we adopted Kenny, a 2 year old pitbull a couple months ago. http://www.survivalistboards.com/showthread.php?t=769241&highlight= We asked the...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The Pet Emergency Evacuation Jacket offers excellent protection for your small pet's torso. Not their face or legs, mind you, but what do you expect -- it's only $422. :eek:
  10. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    The chickens were in their yard but she got out somehow. It looks like the puppies were trying to pull her feathers out and pulled a couple of sections of flesh off. There is a piece of missing flash under her wing and another section close to her vent. Each section is about 3 inches across...
  11. General Discussion
    ....but I love my dogs. Today I had one of those ham slices from the market with the bone in. Gave the bone to one of my dogs. He loves them. Eventually, I will find it in the yard and then back in the house and then in the bed and so on. I know he is loving it. I find myself, as I watch...
  12. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    A lot of people have dogs for a lot of reasons..protection, companionship,etc.... when food gets scarce or destroyed...what are you going to feed your dog? i have an extra bag of dog food, but that won't last long, and my dog has a 'sensitive' stomach... gets sick from table scraps,etc.... i...
  13. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Has anyone ever thought about keeping some sort of big canine for SHTF? I figured it would be a good idea to have a guard dog but on the other hand it would also give your position away by barking.What do some of you think?
  14. General Discussion
    Hey everybody, Been thinking of getting a dog recently. I don't have my own home, and the apartment I rent has restrictions. I've read quite a bit on dog breeds, advantages/disadvantages. I'd love to hear people's actual experiences where their dog helped them in any SHTF type of scenario...
  15. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    okay...i have looked and looked and i can't find a thread devoted to this. please correct me if i am wrong. I was looking at what is offered for sale online for Emergency Evac Bags for pets and i'm not certain any of those folks put much thought into them. One of the volunteer jobs I do is...
  16. Urban Survival
    I have been in 2 natural disasters since 1993. This has given me some extra time to prep in different categories. My driveway is 450 ft long so I can not see my front gate. We originally had one dog, 2 motion lights and a camera. So over the years we continued to add layers of protection. We...
  17. General Discussion
    * you can substiture lamb for dog. The taste is similar, but not as pungent. ** smooth liver pate will do as well. * Exported from MasterCook * Stewed Dog (wedding style) Serving Size : 30 Preparation Time :3:00 Categories : Ethnic...
  18. General Discussion
    I would like to go hiking at a Michigan State park in west Michigan (I'm near Grand Rapids) and would like to know which parks allow dogs on the trails. I assume the owner has to keep the dog on the trail and clean up after it (solid waste). Yes I have been to the Michigan.gov website, and...
  19. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    To be clear, I am not a Paris Hilton fan and he best dog I ever had was a big dog. My current dog is best described as medium, but if I were buying a dog a week before TEOTWAWKI I would pick a little dog. The exception would be if I were bugging out of Minnesota in a dog sled, there is a...
  20. General Discussion
    This article describes in detail why people who have cats mostly stay single
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