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I’m Gonna Get One of These....

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by HottieTottie, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. HottieTottie

    HottieTottie New Member

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    Yep, a vizsla pup...with the money you guys saved us with your advice about running box fans >>>>>cold air toward the heat. :) Forget the duct-work re-route the hot air project! Two fans turned in the right direction was all that was needed. Thank you all so much again!

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  2. keninmich

    keninmich Member

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    They are gorgeous!

    How big do they get?
  3. woodmiser

    woodmiser New Member

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    Why not get a Falcon?
  4. maxed_out

    maxed_out New Member

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    love those ears!!!
  5. davmor

    davmor Member

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    Those are great looking puppies. I wonder how long it took to get them to all sit like that.
  6. Milton Findley

    Milton Findley Feeling the Heat

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    I was recently up in the local state forest taking pictures of autumn and I stopped at one of the dog training areas where some people were training bird dogs. I did not know what the dogs were, but now I see that they were Vizslas. Guy had a whole bunch of them he was working one at a time, while the others were crated in the back of the truck, looking on. These are some very enthusiastic bird dogs. The only creatures present who were not having a good time were the several dozen pigeons who were the targets of the exercise. Knowing pigeons, it was all I could do to keep from cheering. :coolgrin:
  7. fireview2788

    fireview2788 Minister of Fire

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    Vislas are gaining popularity. I see one or two every year while chasing pheasants.

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  8. Battenkiller

    Battenkiller Minister of Fire

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    I hate to seem prejudiced, but to me they all look the same.
  9. firefighterjake

    firefighterjake Minister of Fire

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    Hehheh . . . read this quickly and read it as "I see one or to every year while chasing peasants." ;) :)
  10. fossil

    fossil Accidental Moderator Staff Member

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    Photoshop...there's really only one dog.
  11. rakuz66

    rakuz66 New Member

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    Better have a place for them to run or take them for a daily run or two. These dogs are fast, have LOADS of energy and love to run.
  12. Gasifier

    Gasifier Minister of Fire

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    :lol: Good one man. That is a good commercial. Thanks for the falcon. :lol:
  13. HottieTottie

    HottieTottie New Member

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    :) Aw, shucks, what can I say I just love vizslas! (Grandbabies, too!) Here's our 8-year old vizsla with our latest granddaughter: Just want to get a pup for our older bird-dog to teach and for our grand-girls to play with!

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    HottieTottie New Member

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    Males 40-50 pounds. Females 35-40. They're considered a medium-sized sporting dog -- Hungarian origin.
  15. HottieTottie

    HottieTottie New Member

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    LOL...'cause I can't train it to keep my feet warm!
  16. HottieTottie

    HottieTottie New Member

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    Ya know, further down someone says the photo was photoshopped..could be...but I dunno...vizslas ARE very loyal and very smart....I would imagine if there were any breed you could get that many puppies to sit still...it would be vizslas.
  17. HottieTottie

    HottieTottie New Member

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    Yes, yes, yes, indeed. No lap dogs need apply!
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    fossil Accidental Moderator Staff Member

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    That was me, and I was kidding. Those are nice looking dogs. Rick (life-long dog owner & lover)
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    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    "Yeah they may look cute to you. Try delivering nine sometime!"

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  20. Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle

    Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle Minister of Fire

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    Well, I know neither photoshopping nor training would get fox terrier pups to do that. Ask me how I know this [​IMG]


    Hottie, welcome to the forums !! You've wandered into a large, various breed, various gender, den of smart assed wood burners, incase ya hadn't figured that out !!!

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