HomeFairfax General ForumArrest/Ticket SearchWiki newPictures/VideosChatArticlesLinksAbout
Fairfax County General :  Fairfax Underground fairfax underground logo
Welcome to Fairfax Underground, a project site designed to improve communication among residents of Fairfax County, VA. Feel free to post anything Northern Virginia residents would find interesting.
Shepherd dogs
Posted by: panson ()
Date: March 12, 2019 06:38AM

Hello guys, recently acquired a small farm and a few sheep. Always wanted to make my own cheese. Yes, and wool is always useful. But there is another problem. I can not find where to buy a shepherd dogs. Who knows?

Options: ReplyQuote
Re: Shepherd dogs
Posted by: Luveran ()
Date: March 12, 2019 06:40AM

When I had problems with sheep, I went to Canada to get 2 shepherd dogs. They were still puppies, so I thought that there would be no problems with their delivery, but before I got on the plane, I was told that I had to leave the dogs in this city, since there is no document allowing me to go aboard with animals. Thanks to the hostess from whom I took puppies, I learned that you can take this document here https://www.thedogtor.net/emotional-support-animal-letter. So when I got to my farm, for the first 2 weeks the puppies got used and they grew up before our eyes. When the puppies performed for 3 months, we immediately started training them for the role of a passer. They coped with their task with a bang.

Options: ReplyQuote
Re: Shepherd dogs
Posted by: KUWYY ()
Date: March 15, 2019 06:26AM

Some fucking german shepherd keeps pooping on my front lawn.

To make matters worse, yesterday he brought his dog with him.

Options: ReplyQuote
Re: Shepherd dogs
Posted by: Himlers cousin ()
Date: March 15, 2019 06:59AM

German Shepherds are the best because German is the Master race.

Options: ReplyQuote
Re: Shepherd dogs
Posted by: Emotional Support Dogs - STOP ()
Date: March 16, 2019 10:08AM

Luveran Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> When I had problems with sheep, I went to Canada
> to get 2 shepherd dogs. They were still puppies,
> so I thought that there would be no problems with
> their delivery, but before I got on the plane, I
> was told that I had to leave the dogs in this
> city, since there is no document allowing me to go
> aboard with animals. Thanks to the hostess from
> whom I took puppies, I learned that you can take
> this document here
> https://www.thedogtor.net/emotional-support-animal
> -letter. So when I got to my farm, for the first 2
> weeks the puppies got used and they grew up before
> our eyes. When the puppies performed for 3 months,
> we immediately started training them for the role
> of a passer. They coped with their task with a
> bang.

Airlines and public places (food/drink served) must stop allowing emotional support dog owners/fraudsters. It is completely out of control.

Emotional support dogs are not protected under the ADA (but service dos -- THERE IS A DIFFERENCE! - such as seeing-eye dogs).

I love dogs but I don;t want one sitting on my feet on a plane to California, whining, barking, barfing, biting....

Options: ReplyQuote
Re: Shepherd dogs
Posted by: ThomasHod ()
Date: April 04, 2019 08:34AM

I love sheepdogs. I think that this is one of the smartest breeds and is best suited for training. My Arnold came to us when he was one month old. He is now 2 years old and he can do almost everything. The only thing I can not teach him is not to go far from home when I let him go for a walk. I had to equip a wireless dog fence so that he did not go far from home and conquer half of Europe, you know.

Options: ReplyQuote
Re: Shepherd dogs
Posted by: K7KDW ()
Date: April 04, 2019 09:25AM

Fun Fact - Adolph Hitler was not Aryan.

Options: ReplyQuote
Re: Shepherd dogs
Posted by: Because you asked ()
Date: April 04, 2019 09:49AM

.
Attachments:
maxresdefault (1).jpg
wolf humping sheep teaser.jpg

Options: ReplyQuote
Re: Shepherd dogs
Posted by: Arnold ()
Date: April 04, 2019 01:49PM

ThomasHod Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> I love sheepdogs. I think that this is one of the
> smartest breeds and is best suited for training.
> My Arnold came to us when he was one month old. He
> is now 2 years old and he can do almost
> everything. The only thing I can not teach him is
> not to go far from home when I let him go for a
> walk. I had to equip a href="https://pet-shop24.com/best-wireless-dog-fen
> ce">wireless dog fence
so that he did not go
> far from home and conquer half of Europe, you
> know.

arnold sounds like a bad puppy . you should try a shock collar instead of a mere wireless fence

Options: ReplyQuote


Your Name: 
Your Email (Optional): 
Subject: 
Attach a file
  • No file can be larger than 75 MB
  • All files together cannot be larger than 300 MB
  • 30 more file(s) can be attached to this message
Spam prevention:
Please, enter the code that you see below in the input field. This is for blocking bots that try to post this form automatically.
 **         **     **  **     **  ********   ********  
 **    **    **   **   **     **  **     **  **     ** 
 **    **     ** **    **     **  **     **  **     ** 
 **    **      ***     **     **  ********   ********  
 *********    ** **    **     **  **         **     ** 
       **    **   **   **     **  **         **     ** 
       **   **     **   *******   **         ********  
This forum powered by Phorum.