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Difference between me and poodles

Discussion in 'Sheltie Chat' started by SheepOfBlue, Nov 27, 2021.

  1. SheepOfBlue

    SheepOfBlue Premium Member

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  2. SheepOfBlue

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    Go ahead TRY to pet me, I will cut you!

    Spitfire the Impaler
     
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  3. Caro

    Caro Moderator

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    You always come up with the most hilarious titles!

    That is some serious jacket. But I have to ask - what happens if the Coyote tries to bite his fluffy butt?
     
  4. Piper's mom

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    Spitfire doesn’t look too tough, although he is well protected (except for his butt lol)!
     
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  5. SheepOfBlue

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    He probably should have had a medium. I need to adjust it some still IMO it is to far up on his neck also.

    Oh and the answer like for all Shelties is that the coyote would get 90% hair.
     
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  6. Calliesmom

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    not sure how thrilled Spitfire is with that new armor.....................
     
  7. danisgoat

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    Omg…..that is hysterical. But its going to take a bit more than that to make Spitfire intimidating. Haha.
     
  8. Darren

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    Love Spifirefires new battle armor...although judging by his face I don't think he likes it as much as me :lol:. Just need a few butt spikes and he's good to go lol.
     
  9. SheepOfBlue

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    Of course if you are going for true protection most attacks are going to be center back (St Bernard style) or neck/throat. I might refit it some tonight
     
  10. Ron Atkinson

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    I see 1 flaw, When we roll in the grass to scratch that one particular itchy spot, do we stick in the grass like a golf ball tee ? :)
     
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