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    JacobAlthea&Tatum is offline Senior Member
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    Free to good home. Yellow lab, age 5. Spayed female. Answers to "bad dog."

    Just picked up a baby bird (now deceased) and wouldn't "drop it."

    Will deliver within a 1000 mile radius of Toledo, Ohio. Comes with EVO premium dog food, which apparently isn't good enough and must be supplemented with dead birds. :-X

    I'm Jenn. Keeper of two labs in my home and one forever in my heart.

    Throw the ball, damn it!

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    Theo says, "Aly, you and I are misunderstood. We're rebels, girl. Let's run away to a place where no one can judge us for our vole-killin', baby-bird-chompin' ways."

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    Aly, you bad girl. Leave the baby birdies alone!

    Did it fall out of the nest or something?



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    Awwww...Hey Aly...Hitchike east, girlfriend

    (out of Aly's hearing--- ewwwwwwww!) better you than me, Jenn :-\

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    We'll take her. Kody is more for the baby bunnies, but given the chance he'll play with baby birds too. :

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoconbrio
    Theo says, "Aly, you and I are misunderstood. We're rebels, girl. Let's run away to a place where no one can judge us for our vole-killin', baby-bird-chompin' ways."
    Aly says, "Theo, babe, I am all about vole-killin' and bunny flingin'. The Man is holdin' me back, dawg. I gotta blow this joint."

    Quote Originally Posted by jzgrlduff
    Aly, you bad girl. Leave the baby birdies alone!

    Did it fall out of the nest or something?
    I have no idea. I let JAT out to pee, and Aly wandered into the back and I saw her pick something up. She likes to walk around with stuff in her mouth and wait to be told to drop it. If I don't catch her, she swollows what ever it is. This time, though, she wouldn't drop it, and when I approached her, there were feathers sticking out of the side of her mouth. I grabbed her mouth, pried it open, and shook. Out fell said baby bird.
    I'm Jenn. Keeper of two labs in my home and one forever in my heart.

    Throw the ball, damn it!

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    Gee..wish I could help..but I live 1001 miles away. *giggle*....I feel your pain..I hated when some of my dogs killed birds, Kelly for one.
    Jackie ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeep274
    We'll take her. Kody is more for the baby bunnies, but given the chance he'll play with baby birds too. :
    oh, Aly is alll about the bunnies. She likes to catch them, and then toss them into the air and listen to them scream. Then, when they hit the ground, she pounces on them and tosses them again. When she is done, she shakes them really hard and breaks their necks.
    I'm Jenn. Keeper of two labs in my home and one forever in my heart.

    Throw the ball, damn it!

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    Oh, and at least I caught her this time before she came in the house. Last time she caught a bird, I didn't see her do it. She walked into the kitchen and spit a full size, live robin at my feet. OMG I very nearly shat myself. I put a bowl over the bird and called my DH to come rescue us. It took him half an hour to get home, durning which time the bird dragged the bowl all over the kitchen while trying to escape.
    I'm Jenn. Keeper of two labs in my home and one forever in my heart.

    Throw the ball, damn it!

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