Don't turn your back.....

ken g

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248
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
  2. Stampede
Saw this on the Rec-Teq Insiders on Facebook today. Hillarious.
 

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Sockwalker

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37
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
  2. Matador
My dog followed me around for about 4 hours today while my pork butt burnt ends were on the RT700.
Thankfully she is only about 12” tall so she can’t steal my grub.
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gwrace1

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Messages
124
Location
South, Central Texas
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
  2. Bullseye
  3. Matador
I call my wife the dog whisperer in training. Wherever she goes there are 5 dogs following her. Of course it could be because she has a tendency to spike their dog food with table scraps.
 

C. Keeper

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5,490
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
  2. Bullseye
  3. RT-680
I've got 3 standard poodles here, I couldn't imagine 5 dogs... You're out numbered!!!
 

MarkM

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22
Location
Lee's Summit, MO
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
  2. Bullseye
King of the counter surfers. Charlie, my 200 lb Akbash Dog, 3 ft at the shoulders, taller than I am on two hind feet. Nothing is entirely safe unless you're watching closely or put it in something he can't open. His latest take was a pork tenderloin.
 

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ol' stonebreaker

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Grill(s) owned
  1. RT-300
Well we have 5 adopted dogs. You'd think we'd be aware of all there sneaky tricks by now but they still manage to pull off some shenanigans from time to time. Had one track down a skunk the other day. That was fun trying to get rid of that odor.
A mixture of hydrogen peroxide, baking soda and a dash of dish soap used as a shampoo and the odor will be gone in seconds.Of course don't get it in their eyes!!
 

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