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RC: Re: Possums
How did we ever get from possums to Pyrenees (and I've had both (and
still have the Pyr))? Has anyone ever figured out how to stop them from
barking all night. I believe that there is a vigilante committee forming
amongst my neighbors now and either they will get Charlie or my husband
will. We've tried the "Be kind" bark collar---5 barks then a mild shock
then a little more..... All it has done is forced her to get out 5 big
loud ones and then little high pitched murfs for the next 10 until she
figures that she can start over. Honestly, they are too smart for their
own good sometimes. Anyone have any luck with the barking? I know this
is a little off the endurance riding subject matter (but then what
hasn't been lately) and it could save my marriage.
> I have a Great Pyreenes and love him. Also have a collie and now have kept
> a collie/pyreenes mix. Will be interesting to see how she turns out. We
> can hear coyotes in the surrounding woods... but they don't come into the
> farm itself. Have lost some barn cats and chickens that roam around.... to
> take care of the bugs but some of those were left over pilgrims pride type
> that were given to me and they sure got BIG. If you stumbled over one, you
> really knew it. Not sure what happened to those that were lost as there have
> been no bodies or remains found. The pyreenes are so funny.. when temp gets
> warm they just sleep... but when the cold weather hits they are very
> animated. Tried a St Bernard but he killed a few too many chickens, chased
> the horses, especially at loading time, and slobbered all the time. Don't
> miss him. A vehicle hit him which saved me a bullet.... the very next time
> he chased one of the horses.. !!!! Mary Ann
Whispering Oaks Arabians, Home of TLA Halynov
I've learned that life is like a roll of toilet paper, the closer it
gets to the end, the faster it goes. Smell the roses!
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