4 the montana boys and girls..

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  1. golfman65

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    Saw this on moldy and just cracked up...

    little tues. humour
     
  2. Bill Aubrey

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    'nuff said. I need one. Damn poodles.
     
  3. Craig Pablo

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    Blast from the past for sure, I saw it on the chum too and was cracking up!!
     
  4. MT_Flyfisher

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    Now that I think of it, don't think I've ever seen one riding in the back of a pickup truck.
     
  5. Jim Ficklin

    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

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    I believe most counties still have ordinances banning poodles . . . if a breed doesn't herd livestock or retrieve game birds, it's not allowed . . . working dogs only.
     
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    Better yet, ban the type of people who would even consider owning a poodle.
     
  7. mdjm66

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    Thats awesome, wish they could do that up here!
     
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    I am assuming that you are NOT referring to the standard poodle, an excellent hunting retriever.

    Personally, I am not a fan of the breed and have never owned such, but thought it may be of some interest to note the breed's history and skill as a hunting companion.

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    Getting back to the original thread, I do dig the chemise.

    Scott.
     
  9. gbeeman

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    Growing up we had a standard poodle that we hunted with. Great dog! Smaller poodles not so great.

    GBeeman
     
  10. Alex MacDonald

    Alex MacDonald Dr. of Doomology

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    Where can I get that T-shirt!!! My Field Trials Goldens are convinced that Poodles-the ones with the weird hairdoos, are all members of some strange cult.
     
  11. David Loy

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    Funny stuff.
    35 years ago I was camping with shipmates not far out of Anchorage. As we were toasting our good fortune, Bert (the Hawaiian) sez, next thing we'll see a poodle dog. Not 5 minutes later a car pulls up and an older woman gets out and poops her poodle. Meanwhile, I'm rolling and crying with laughter.
    Love the image of a poodle in back of the pickup.
     
  12. Marc Stelting

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    Brings back memories of when I was about 10-11 years old(been awhile) and was bit the shit out of by one of those little bastards- actually I think I gave it reason, but it didnt have much of a sense of humor. Never cared much for the little ones, from then on. But, I hear tell that the large breed are very good hunters, if trained properly.
     

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