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Old Nov 2nd 2014, 05:58 PM   #16
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  Oct 2009
  upstate ny

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On a brighter note,it appears "Maggie" got away unscathed. *She also barked and stood up for herself which is out of character for a GP. Usually, they show submissiveness but she must have sensed the seriousness of her situation.




They are submissive only to deer in that manner? *I mean they say those dogs will kill things that mess around on their watch, i would find it strange that they show any kind of thoughts for any animal messing with them.
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Old Nov 2nd 2014, 06:59 PM   #17
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  Linesville, PA
Yes, it's amazing how they read the body language of the animals they protect. Let's say a deer looks their direction and stiffens up a bit like they do before they stomp their feet. The dog will read this and lay down or leave the area to show their submissiveness. I was really amazed at the way Maggie could pick up on the most subtle changes in body language. I'm sure all dogs are different but this has been my experience.


I'm sure a predator would not get that respect, but I don't know because nothing has ever dared to come into the pen. Not that I found anyway!


They will protect anything. She has recently befriended my meat turkey.
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Old Nov 3rd 2014, 02:18 AM   #18
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How long should I expect the buck to be at the height of his aggressiveness? *




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Indefinately.
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Old Mar 15th 2015, 08:26 PM   #19
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  Apr 2009
  Waterville, MN

Cervid: Deer and Elk
Anyone know of any available right now?
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Old Mar 16th 2015, 03:54 AM   #20
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  Oct 2009
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Anyone know of any available right now?




A guy here in Ny just had 8 pup;s listed online that were ready to go. I got mine last November and he was 68lbs in March at the vet.s. Both parents are working dogs. I may get another myself as the kids have made this beast a family/House dog. *Its like walking around a couch all the time he when he lays around. *


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I believe the price on pups are $350
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Old Mar 16th 2015, 05:21 AM   #21
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A guy here in Ny just had 8 pup;s listed online that were ready to go. I got mine last November and he was 68lbs in March at the vet.s. Both parents are working dogs. I may get another myself as the kids have made this beast a family/House dog. *Its like walking around a couch all the time he when he lays around. *


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I believe the price on pups are $350




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Thanks Mike! *What part of the state? *We will be in PA this weekend picking up deer.
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Old Mar 16th 2015, 05:52 AM   #22
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He is in Castile Ny I believe. The closest city would be Rochester ad he is about 20 miles west of there!!! Not sure what he has left. I could see if I could look up the number!
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Old Mar 16th 2015, 10:16 AM   #23
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He is in Castile Ny I believe. The closest city would be Rochester ad he is about 20 miles west of there!!! Not sure what he has left. I could see if I could look up the number!




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OK...that's going to be too far out of the way. *We have to do 50 hous of driving (not counting any stops) in 3 days! *Thanks for responding though!
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Old Mar 16th 2015, 02:08 PM   #24
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  cental Pennsylvania

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I just got two females this winter. One became a housepet, the other is a worker. I am breeding the working male and female when the female matures. I can't say enough good about the protection value these animals add. And they truly love people, as well as the deer.
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