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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 10:13 am 
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Thanks guys!!
I need to get some more of him soon.

Wolfsong...you'll never live in another city again :wink:
Bosun has to be the best dog I have ever been around.
Requires a walk each day or becomes frustrated/ansy/bit hyper,he loves smelling his way through the woods and seeing who's been travelling through,guess that makes him "nosey" :lol:
He doesn't travel far when on walks,no further than 60yds ahead,he's never walked on leash and we have no worries of him running off (it's just his nature to stay close)
With no formal training for it he has been on a few tracking jobs this hunting season,did well finding blood and never got outside 60yds even with the humans ...lagging behind.
I'm not sure he'd be well suited for a sit in a blind over a stretch.
He's not interested in chasing critters because he sees or smells them.
Travels well in vehicles if he can lay down when he wants.
Listens to commands very well.
Shows an enormous "want to learn new things to please the human" and tries very hard til he gets it.(See high five)
Alerts us anytime someone comes near the house but calms down when reassured everything is OK
Has NEVER shown aggression to people or other critters but I wouldn't want to be the first person his momma doesn't say is... "OK"
He's very involved with everything we do daily but he stays at home or is left behind every once in a while and is fine with that (only time he's allowed on the couch :roll: )

A Ridgeback would make a great companion wolfsong.
If you are interested let me know and we could check with his breeder for someone reputable in your area if need be.


He'll even High Five ya when you get a good shot!!

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Ummm...another NEW ADDITION for kpr...finally!! :D


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I'm back in city/school/training for the next two weeks,will get home and hopefully out on the weekend though!!
Lots of reading to do.....not just for school either :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2012 1:19 am 
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Update on Bosun...he's still growing,now 80lbs at 1 year old....

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He has also acquired a brother....Buffer

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An English Bull Terrier now at about 10 weeks old..
Now this little guy is a complete 180 from a Ridgeback,it will be my second Bully so I wasn't going in blind but I think the Ridgeback pup spoiled me :?
His arrival at home...bath time to get the puppy smell off!!

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Play/explore,meet n greet time...

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Bosun tried to teach him about our cat,he didn't listen too well....
He's getting much better now... :lol: :lol:

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They make quite a pair and play together well and...alot!

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It's all show...

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:44 am 
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The G/F has been doing puppy rescues and a litter of 7 Lab/Retriever pups landed here this weekend.
Buffer is the absolute best with all the pups,just like a nanny teaching manners etc,gentle as anything with them.
I also scored a new lens last week in a deal I couldn't refuse and wanted to try it out :twisted: ....I like it!!
Sigma 17-70mm f 2.8 Macro...

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Adorable doggies :)
As to the photos, I believe a flash with some kind of diffuser would have made them look a lot better

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