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Postby PorkChop » Fri Nov 04, 2022 8:47 pm

I honestly don’t know why he started doing this to this particular bird. Wish I would’ve got the phone faster as he was doing this for over a minute. When he was a puppy we would give him these little red bones and he would rub his ears and roll around them like he is doing to this bird. I think he might’ve found some cocaine or something

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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby Duck Engr » Fri Nov 04, 2022 9:14 pm

What’d the bird smell like? Dogs like to roll in things that stink and I’ve come across many a stinkin snow goose.
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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby Ricky Spanish » Sat Nov 05, 2022 4:09 am

Theory:
Completely a guess.
I've had a lot of dogs.
It's typical for a freshly bathed dog to go right out and roll in shit "to get the clean smell off".
Reaper likes the smell of that goose.
"Eu de reaper".
Dumb theory but I bet I'm close.
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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby Rick » Sat Nov 05, 2022 4:17 am

Quite plainly, he heard someone refer to snows as "sky carp," and there's never been a dog whelped that could resist rolling in dead carp.
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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby PorkChop » Sat Nov 05, 2022 6:56 am

The bird smelled good enough to eat ha ha. One thing I have noticed about snows is in the fall time they never seem to smell bad but in the spring they smell different. I believe because in the fall they are usually on the big bodies of water but in the spring time they are roosting on any water they can find so they are in more cow pastures and even lagoons. That being said though spring snows have always seemed to be more tender. Sandhill crane‘s will always be my first choice to eat and snows are a very close second.

Definitely was not freshly bathed. Don’t want to lose those oils in that beautiful curly hair
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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby Rick » Sat Nov 05, 2022 10:24 am

Cajuns will tell you it's the grass in their spring diet that spoils them.

But I don't know about that. Never ate one I didn't like.
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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby Ricky Spanish » Sat Nov 05, 2022 12:38 pm

The online dog psychologist said...
So far I've asked the machine three questions it promptly asked three questions back
Dude...are you feeding the dog?
When was the last time it ate and
.. :lol:
I tried.
Crazy vet can't diagnose a crazy dog without a LOT of silly questions.
Care to play?

It's escalating.
Ask it a question and you get two questions back. :lol:
Are you sure the dog needs a shrink?
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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby PorkChop » Sat Nov 05, 2022 2:54 pm

Rick wrote: Never ate one I didn't like.


Same for me
Their legs are amazing as well
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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby Rick » Sat Nov 05, 2022 5:40 pm

PorkChop wrote:
Rick wrote: Never ate one I didn't like.


Same for me
Their legs are amazing as well


Absolutely. Best part of most any bird.
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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby Ricky Spanish » Sun Nov 06, 2022 7:18 am

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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby Ricky Spanish » Tue Nov 08, 2022 4:44 am

Rick wrote:
PorkChop wrote:
Rick wrote: Never ate one I didn't like.


Same for me
Their legs are amazing as well


Absolutely. Best part of most any bird.

Just to be an azz....quail legs?
Ain't even a bite. :lol:
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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby Rick » Tue Nov 08, 2022 12:42 pm

Ricky Spanish wrote:Just to be an azz....quail legs?
Ain't even a bite. :lol:


Quail legs are great - if not cooked to death. Deep-fried has long been my favorite quail preparation, with the most important "trick" being to fry the legs separately from the breasts, so they're not over-done.

And speaking of tiny legs, the very best thing Missouri outdoors writer ever put to paper was that if wildlife biologists really wanted to do something useful, they'd invent a woodcock with six legs.
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Re: Crazy Dog

Postby Ricky Spanish » Wed Nov 09, 2022 4:40 pm

Rick wrote:
Ricky Spanish wrote:Just to be an azz....quail legs?
Ain't even a bite. :lol:


Quail legs are great - if not cooked to death. Deep-fried has long been my favorite quail preparation, with the most important "trick" being to fry the legs separately from the breasts, so they're not over-done.

And speaking of tiny legs, the very best thing Missouri outdoors writer ever put to paper was that if wildlife biologists really wanted to do something useful, they'd invent a woodcock with six legs.

Simply hop in the car and drive 14 hours and get you a pair, just two, cajun quail legs Yankee style.
I'm certain they'll be under/over cooked.
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