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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by 1911Sooner, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. hunter966

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    DED91BB1-2C72-4C17-B7B3-A85820A882A4.jpeg Well, I thought I’d add my 3 legged, cattle loading, stranger biting buddy OB.

    She’s a blue heeler that lost her back left leg while feeding cattle on Christmas Eve a few years back. By the way this is my wife's attempt at making her a “ girly” dog, but OB’s having none of it.
     
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    I beginning to think that's the norm lol
    I know of several 3 legged cattle dogs.
     
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    I believe mine thinks 3 legs was standard equipment. It’s not slowed her down much.

    I have to say when we picked her up at the vet after the amputation I was thinking she’d be a lap dog and have to be carried every where, dang I was sure wrong about that.
     
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    Blue heelers are tough dogs and true best friends
     
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    Kind of a funny thing, she’s definitely my dog, won’t mind my wife unless it’s feeding time. She’s a hyper dog.

    Before my wife had her first knee replaced OB would let anyone come up on our porch, but the day we brought her home from the hospital OB never jumped, ran to us or anything, just acted like a low keyed dog.

    That same afternoon someone came to help my wife and a switch flipped in OB and she tried rip the throat out of anyone who tried to come on the porch. That was 5+ years ago and it’s the same way today.

    My buddies say that’s the meanest 3 legged dog they’ve ever seen.
     
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