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Re: My life has turned into the movie


Wow!, Jason is one tough cat!  Most of mine stay out of the way of a
raccoon, but Slugger has chased them out.
I remember years ago seeing a Dachshund/German Shepherd mix.  Very weird.
Looked more like a graft of a GS head on a D body, than a DNA blend.  I'm
sure they don't all look like that one, though.

Kitty

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "cathy carpenter" <cathyc@rnet.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, June 20, 2004 11:47 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] My life has turned into the movie


> Considering that dachshunds were bred to chase badgers into their lairs
> and eliminate them, what's a rat or two...
> But I am curious, what does a dachshund/German shepherd mix look like?
> Jason, my indoor/outdoor cat with no front claws, has proudly brought
> me snakes and voles (he eats the mice) and recently ran a raccoon off
> the deck (I was standing by in case the raccoon got aggressive.
> Cathy
> On Saturday, June 19, 2004, at 07:38 PM, Bonnie & Bill Morgan wrote:
>
> > Andrea, Bill and I had a dachshund/German shepherd mix (no, I don't
> > know how
> > that happened) that one morning (4:00 a.m. or so) presented me with a
> > juicy
> > dead rat at the back door!  Mice I'd dealt with, but this was the
> > first rat.
> > I woke the neighborhood as well as Bill, who was smart enough to
> > praise the
> > dog.  I never saw another rat around the property as long as the dog
> > lived.
> > (I think he knew it was good to catch them, but not drop them on my
> > foot
> > again.  LOL!!!)
> >
> > If you go the rat terrier method, remember to praise him/her when a
> > rat has
> > been "neutralized."
>
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