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    Phoenix man attacked by his own dogs
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    A Phoenix man is recovering from bite wounds suffered when his dogs attacked him. Mr. Joe Packerfan was rushed to Phoenix Baptist Hospital where he was trated to several bites to his gluteus maximus.
    Mr. Packerman said he did not understand why his dogs attacked him. "They are very docile and I never saw them react that way." Mr. Packerman also said that at the time of the attack, he was dressing the dogs as Easter Bunnies. "I never had troubles before. I can show you pictures of them dressed in cammo and in Xmas stuff."
    Doctors at Phoenix Baptist Hospital said Mr. Packerman will recover from his wounds and will suffer no permanent damage. The dogs have retained counsel and plan to sue Mr. Packerman for cruel behavior and mental anguish.
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    Here is my sweet dog Amber in her Glasgow Celtic strip. C'Mon the Celtic!!!!




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    Packerfan, what no cheeseheads?

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    Here's our little drama queen:




    We rescued her after the neighbors across the hall pitched her out when they moved ... I hate people like that.
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    Good move Jack - looks like a good family member
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    nice all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miggy View Post
    Phoenix man attacked by his own dogs
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    A Phoenix man is recovering from bite wounds suffered when his dogs attacked him. Mr. Joe Packerfan was rushed to Phoenix Baptist Hospital where he was trated to several bites to his gluteus maximus.
    Mr. Packerman said he did not understand why his dogs attacked him. "They are very docile and I never saw them react that way." Mr. Packerman also said that at the time of the attack, he was dressing the dogs as Easter Bunnies. "I never had troubles before. I can show you pictures of them dressed in cammo and in Xmas stuff."
    Doctors at Phoenix Baptist Hospital said Mr. Packerman will recover from his wounds and will suffer no permanent damage. The dogs have retained counsel and plan to sue Mr. Packerman for cruel behavior and mental anguish.
    That was a good one. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miggy View Post
    Phoenix man attacked by his own dogs
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    A Phoenix man is recovering from bite wounds suffered when his dogs attacked him. Mr. Joe Packerfan was rushed to Phoenix Baptist Hospital where he was trated to several bites to his gluteus maximus.
    Mr. Packerman said he did not understand why his dogs attacked him. "They are very docile and I never saw them react that way." Mr. Packerman also said that at the time of the attack, he was dressing the dogs as Easter Bunnies. "I never had troubles before. I can show you pictures of them dressed in cammo and in Xmas stuff."
    Doctors at Phoenix Baptist Hospital said Mr. Packerman will recover from his wounds and will suffer no permanent damage. The dogs have retained counsel and plan to sue Mr. Packerman for cruel behavior and mental anguish. That's great!
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    Packerfan, what no cheeseheads?
    Ha! No, I was never much of a cheesehat guy.

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    I own a 100 pound mountain lion.




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    Quote Originally Posted by one eyed fatman View Post
    I own a 100 pound mountain lion.


    Sorry, but if your a cat person the 100 pound Mt. Lion owns you.

    Cats don't have owners, they have servants, or so it seems.

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    "Cats don't have owners, they have servants...."

    Yep! Our cat LOVES me to death when the wife is gone, even naps with me on the couch. As soon as my wife gets home the cat snuggles up next to her and gives me that "you-know-what" look.
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    Here's a baby turkey that my in-laws saved after its nest got mowed during last year's Spring haying season.


    I took this pic at a park in Springfield.


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    The eagle pic would have been alot better if you didn't have to snap it through the glass.

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    [QUOTE=jdlv4_0;379031]
    Quote Originally Posted by one eyed fatman View Post
    I own a 100 pound mountain lion.



    Sorry, but if your a cat person the 100 pound Mt. Lion owns you.

    Cats don't have owners, they have servants, or so it seems.
    Yep. Our two cats are moving to a new home in about a month. They have agreed to keep us on as staff after the move.
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