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A funny turkey story

TracyLynneTTracyLynne Posts: 599
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:25 AM in Lighten and Brighten
Several (actually, MANY) years ago, I had a sheepdog/lab cross dog and my sister-in-law had a big shepherd cross. The two of them were h*ll on wheels when they got together, and loved to get into things. Because my SIL lives in a more remote area of town, our dogs would run wild every now and then.

One day, we called and called and neither dog came home. We sat down to dinner and were having a great chat when we noticed the two dogs coming down the road holding onto something between the two of them....

You guessed it. It was about a 15 pound FROZEN turkey....one had the drumsticks in his mouth, the other had a grip on the "tie wrap" at the top of the bag. We were in stitches laughing, then wondered WHO was going to miss their turkey dinner the next day as a result of our dogs!!

The next time it happened, it was a 10 pound salmon. We tied them up from then on!! :))( (And no, we never did "fess up" to the neighbours...they all lived a ways away, so we didn't know where to start!!)

Happy Thanksgiving to my friends in the U.S.

Tracy
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