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somedude 12-Oct-21
Missouribreaks 12-Oct-21
grizzly63 12-Oct-21
Zbone 12-Oct-21
Fling em 12-Oct-21
zonic 12-Oct-21
Draven 12-Oct-21
[email protected] 12-Oct-21
babysaph 12-Oct-21
2 bears 12-Oct-21
SB 12-Oct-21
Buzz 12-Oct-21
Gray Goose Shaft 12-Oct-21
somedude 12-Oct-21
Bowlim 13-Oct-21
olddogrib 13-Oct-21
Altitude Sickness 13-Oct-21
DaGunz 13-Oct-21
hawkeye in PA 13-Oct-21
Buckeye 13-Oct-21
Downcanyon 13-Oct-21
Supernaut 13-Oct-21
tacklebox 13-Oct-21
Andy Man 13-Oct-21
jwhitetail 13-Oct-21
Bob Rowlands 13-Oct-21
fewfeathers 13-Oct-21
Wayne Hess 13-Oct-21
N Y Yankee 13-Oct-21
Woods Walker 13-Oct-21
babysaph 13-Oct-21
bodymanbowyer 13-Oct-21
Andy Man 13-Oct-21
Andy Man 13-Oct-21
Andy Man 13-Oct-21
LDB 13-Oct-21
quietmiss 13-Oct-21
babysaph 13-Oct-21
Wayne Hess 14-Oct-21
Wayne Hess 14-Oct-21
Wayne Hess 14-Oct-21
BigB 14-Oct-21
crazyjjk 14-Oct-21
From: somedude
Date: 12-Oct-21

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Every time I go out to shoot, my dogs and/or cats either get up on my targets or get between me and my targets and refuse to move. Irritates the ever loving crap out of me! She is cute though. LOL. <>< del

From: Missouribreaks
Date: 12-Oct-21




Yes she is cute.

From: grizzly63
Date: 12-Oct-21




They are trying to teach you how to concentrate. You might have a ways to go. Maybe get more targets than you have critters.

From: Zbone Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 12-Oct-21




Funny you brought this up, I experience the same thing, they always seem to be in the line of fire...8^)

From: Fling em
Date: 12-Oct-21




Dog looks to be doing ok. So I'd say your a pretty good shot!!! Lol. I have the same troubles here. They know they get more attention that way I think.

From: zonic
Date: 12-Oct-21




The chickens do the same to me.

From: Draven
Date: 12-Oct-21




They want your attention when you are finally out of the house and you give more attention to an ugly cube ?!? That’s outrageous and you will be brought to their reality asap!!!

From: [email protected]
Date: 12-Oct-21




You really cant your camera

From: babysaph Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 12-Oct-21




mine do the same thing. lol

From: 2 bears
Date: 12-Oct-21




They trust you. My dogs have always got behind me when I am shooting. They will go down with me to fetch the arrows. >>>>-------> Ken

From: SB
Date: 12-Oct-21




Yep,cats and dogs...been there! Yesterday it was a pair of squirrels in the Lilac bush my target is against...they just barked at me when I pulled arrows 3 ft. from them...never did leave while I was shooting! Probably figured I wasn't a threat after watching me awhile.

From: Buzz
Date: 12-Oct-21




Nice.

From: Gray Goose Shaft
Date: 12-Oct-21

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What is her name?

From: somedude
Date: 12-Oct-21




Jessie, she’s a Great Pyrenees. 4 months old 67 pounds. She’s my lap dawg. I am trying to get her help me find my...my brothers arras!

From: Bowlim
Date: 13-Oct-21




As long as they don't jump up for an interception. I could see a cat trying that.

From: olddogrib
Date: 13-Oct-21




If that were one of Fisky's cats you could bank on it being seconds away from certain death! But I've heard through the grapevine they've seen him shoot and never leave the house....and they don't want to embarrass him by proving they're better hunters than he is.

From: Altitude Sickness
Date: 13-Oct-21




Mine does the same thing. They learn quickly that as soon as you’re done with that silly stick you will walk down to that cube and he’s going to cut you off

From: DaGunz
Date: 13-Oct-21




My last dog, Diesel, would wander between myself and whatever the target of opportunity was during a rove. He learned that when I bellowed 'Move'! he had to move.

This one, Buster, is less instructable. He'll bet between me and the target and stand there looking, till either I move or the inclination hits him to do so.

From: hawkeye in PA
Date: 13-Oct-21




Mine likes doing the same thing. Plus I have a doe that beds in the grown up field behind target. She will just stand back there until, you shoot, very distracting. She knows if the dog is out or not. She's one of the neighbors pets. :(

From: Buckeye
Date: 13-Oct-21




without fail,, chickens , dogs, but usually the cats.

From: Downcanyon
Date: 13-Oct-21




They want your attention?

From: Supernaut
Date: 13-Oct-21




Good looking dog!

If the weather is nasty, I shoot in my basement. My cat won't get in the line of fire but she will lay on the freezer and watch me. She knows that I set my arrows on top of the freezer as well when I'm shooting down there and has been known to bat a few onto the floor. Mostly she just lays there and purrs, and watches me. She is a great cat and a killing machine if any mice have the misfortune of wandering in through the garage.

From: tacklebox
Date: 13-Oct-21




Mine likes to stand at my feet and tug on my pant leg... equally distracting

From: Andy Man
Date: 13-Oct-21

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your arrow went right here

I found it

From: jwhitetail
Date: 13-Oct-21




same here... :-)

From: Bob Rowlands
Date: 13-Oct-21




Draven nailed it. They want your attetion.

From: fewfeathers
Date: 13-Oct-21




My dog wants to chase the arrows, mine or anyone else's. For her, it's a prey drive thing. Whenever arrows fly, she transforms from cute, charming furry creature to focused, full-on apex predator.

From: Wayne Hess
Date: 13-Oct-21




Cat & Dog here too, cat is the worst, don’t listen

From: N Y Yankee
Date: 13-Oct-21




Ho do you think Robin Hood and William Tell learned to shoot so well? Put an apple on the family dog!

From: Woods Walker
Date: 13-Oct-21




Why? Because you're their human, and they will occupy as much of your life as they can. Cherish it, because they'll be gone from it all to soon..... :-(

From: babysaph Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 13-Oct-21




Thats cheating Andy Man. LOL. Find your own arrows. Good to see Bisquit is catching on.

From: bodymanbowyer
Date: 13-Oct-21

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Red does it all the time especially after I shoot. I'm sure he wants attention and wants to play. We do play after I shoot, but sometimes he's just a pain in the butt. Lol. JF

From: Andy Man
Date: 13-Oct-21




Baby

Biscuit will find an arrow faster than a drone or metal detector

His arrow finder is fast and fool proof

From: Andy Man
Date: 13-Oct-21

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best arrow finder out there

From: Andy Man
Date: 13-Oct-21

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He dows take union breaks though

From: LDB
Date: 13-Oct-21




I have a tame cottontail that lives on my yard and I had a tame fox squirrel. This year, one of Mrs. Brown Ears' offspring hears the target thump and he comes out and nibbles on stuff right under my deer target. He goes off to the side when I pull arrows and is back under the deer target as soon as I am ready to shoot. My pet squirrel would sit on the stump by me and when I would get a bounce off from my large bag target, he would run up and sniff the arrow on the ground then run back to the stump and tell me all about the bad arrow.

From: quietmiss
Date: 13-Oct-21




Dogs are cool! Mine would try and jump up after it if I would let her.

From: babysaph Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 13-Oct-21




Great. I love it Andy. You taught him well. Good thing you miss once in a while so he can get the practice in. Good looking dog.

From: Wayne Hess
Date: 14-Oct-21

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Batman wanted pictures of Kitty Cat

From: Wayne Hess
Date: 14-Oct-21

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Batman Cat likes these ground targets and shoots them too ;^)

From: Wayne Hess
Date: 14-Oct-21

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Last one Batman. Here Kitty, Kitty

From: BigB
Date: 14-Oct-21




Yep

From: crazyjjk
Date: 14-Oct-21




My Boykin Spaniel does the same thing. I swear he does it just to see if he can get a rise out of me.





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