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I seen on the news at work about a guiy who got shot by his dog. Fo you thing that he was shockin it with a collar or somethin. I never have heard of a dog that could shoot before.
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What do you mean? My dog is my hunting partner. She kills more birds than I do.
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I'm with Mike.....If it wasnt for johnny i'd be duckless.
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My dog Jake never points his gun at anything he doesnt intend to shoot! SAFTEY FIRST ALWAYS!
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My beagle doesn't care much for duck hunting, she doesn't care for the water, but she killed two deer this year. Don't spread it around though, she didn't have a tag. Now, like any beagle owner I tried my best to break her of chasing deer, but beagle's a so hardheaded.
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