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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 05:15 PM Thread Starter
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Chickens and Dobermans

Somebody just sent this to me....
Chicken learns the true nature of the Doberman Pinscher - YouTube

I don't know if my dogs could handle a chicken this close to their bowl of food!

Sorry it's just a link...
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Four things:
It has been posted before, but is still just as funny
Fat Doberman in the making
WAY too much food
Magnum would have had 3 dead chickens before they got within 30 feet of him
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The chicken vid was actually posted here by its owner w-a-a-a-y back in 2009! Logan and the chickens That is Logan the doberman starring in GlitcH's (user name) film. Here is the sequel he posted on the same thread a few months later--

Logan and the chickens

To be honest with you, I kept waiting for Logan to lose patience with the black chicken......
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I gave my girls a couple of raw bones in the garden this summer completely not expecting the chickens to want to share them! Ava was more than happy to share being the dozy dog she is but Ellie, understandably, kept running away. It's quite a funny sight to see a dobermann with a bone in its mouth running away from 2 chickens! I have to shut the chickens away now whenever the dogs have their bones.

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My dobermans have grown up with chikens so they don't see them as prey.
Bumpy didn't and she most certainly does, you would be amazed the damage a chicken can do to a dog mind.
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My dobermans have grown up with chikens so they don't see them as prey.
Bumpy didn't and she most certainly does, you would be amazed the damage a chicken can do to a dog mind.
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That is one HUGE advantage to raising a puppy over adoption/rescue. Those that have the time and sanity to raise a Doberman(or any) puppy have a big advantage in the early training.
Don't get me wrong, I LOVE my two adopted Doberkids! I wouldn't trade them for anything. I will rescue/adopt/foster in the future, that will not change. But, I look forward to the day when I have the time to raise a puppy.
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First and foremost, there would be dead chickens all over the place if any were out of their run and if they so much as looked at Toby's food they would be toast, or should that be roast.

When my girls are outside in their run Toby and Russell (Terrier) often go to sit and stare at them, willing them to come on over and stick their head through the chain link.

I really cannot blame Toby for being the way he is with my girls, he had his adoptive mum Sasha (Boxer, RIP) aka Chicken Mauler, plus Jack (RIP) and Russell, (Terriers) aka Chicken Chewers extraordinaire teach him everything they knew/know.
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