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    I want the one what's hangin upside down. Looks like he's got a lot of go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Rosier View Post
    I want the one what's hangin upside down. Looks like he's got a lot of go.
    Sorry Chris, but my point Josef has already put a deposit on that one.
    We don't rent pigs.

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    How bout the one in the corner climbing up the side?
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    Point Rosier, bring your deposit to CF. The wall climber is yours.
    We don't rent pigs.

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    Bottom left for me. Looks like a proper "english" possum, not all high strung like those others....

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    How are the hips, and elbows? Who they out of?
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    Boykin? I owned one (1) and my firsthand experience was as follows:

    1. Bought a very well bred specimen from one of the kennels listed above;

    2.Would have been easier to FF a wolf and would have been bitten less;

    3. Could handle zero pressure;

    4. Was like dealing with a woman PMSing EVERY day;

    5. Found her a new home and I have never looked back.

    I would rather have another root canal than to have another Boykin! Guess I'm a little too rough around the edges to be a Boykin owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonnie Spann View Post
    Boykin? I owned one (1) and my firsthand experience was as follows:

    1. Bought a very well bred specimen from one of the kennels listed above;

    2.Would have been easier to FF a wolf and would have been bitten less;

    3. Could handle zero pressure;

    4. Was like dealing with a woman PMSing EVERY day;

    5. Found her a new home and I have never looked back.

    Lonnie Spann

    Haha!! Sounds like that little brown dog got the best of you. It's ok though not everyone is cut out to own and train a Boykin. There a lot smarter than Labs you cant just force your way through it you actually have to know dogs. Better luck next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonnie Spann View Post
    Boykin? I owned one (1) and my firsthand experience was as follows:

    1. Bought a very well bred specimen from one of the kennels listed above;

    2.Would have been easier to FF a wolf and would have been bitten less;

    3. Could handle zero pressure;

    4. Was like dealing with a woman PMSing EVERY day;

    5. Found her a new home and I have never looked back.

    I would rather have another root canal than to have another Boykin! Guess I'm a little too rough around the edges to be a Boykin owner.

    Lonnie Spann
    I've ff'd 2 that were more like ff'ing squirrels. but the others weren't bad at all. but even the ones that were crazy during ff turned out pretty good.

    most all the one's I've dealt with handled pressure and correction well (just differently).

    the aint for everyone though. ill probably never be without one or 3.
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    wow................

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