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Reuben
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Do you know anyone like this?

My niece in law...been knowing her a little over two years...

Didnít take me long to figure out she likes dogs and other farm animals...most dogs just gravitate toward her...seems dogs want to protect her and enjoy being around her...

dogs respond to her and really like her...the other day her mother-in-law bought and came home with a puppy and when my niece went over the puppy went straight to her and hung out with her the whole time she was visiting...

I was telling my wife that I thought Savanna had a special gift with animals and my wife smiled and told me the story about the puppy going straight to Savana...seems other people are in agreement about Savannaís gift...

I really like Savanna...if dogs like her then I see it like this...a dogs sense of Character is way better than a humans...so I think Savanna is exactly how the dogs see her...

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Re: Do you know anyone like this?

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My niece in law...been knowing her a little over two years...

Didnít take me long to figure out she likes dogs and other farm animals...most dogs just gravitate toward her...seems dogs want to protect her and enjoy being around her...

dogs respond to her and really like her...the other day her mother-in-law bought and came home with a puppy and when my niece went over the puppy went straight to her and hung out with her the whole time she was visiting...

I was telling my wife that I thought Savanna had a special gift with animals and my wife smiled and told me the story about the puppy going straight to Savana...seems other people are in agreement about Savannaís gift...

I really like Savanna...if dogs like her then I see it like this...a dogs sense of Character is way better than a humans...so I think Savanna is exactly how the dogs see her...



They know some how through scent I figure, my son has a dog that hates with a passion, I just figure her nose is messed up. The houndmen that don't connect well with dogs are easy to spot and vice versa

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I have had the opposite happen. I had a house dog that absolutely hated my brother from the first time he came to the house. The dog liked everyone but my brother. The dog would go sit in a corner and growl real low the whole time that my brother was in the room.

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I have a nephew that wanted to go hog hunting... He shows up and I turn out four 65 pound dogs loose in the back yard and they bark a little at my nephew and I didnít think nothing of it...I was settling the dogs down as usual but instead they hackled up and became very fierce and then I saw what was happening...my nephew swelled up and was giving the dogs a look like he was top dog...quickly I said relax and donít look at the dogs...it took a little bit and the dogs calmed down...

I learned that about 35 years before...a friend had a very good looking Pitbull that was an awesome catch dog...this dog was loud and lacked manners due to my friends inexperience... I gave that dog that look...if you were mine I would whip you into shape real quick...well that dog only wanted to do one thing all night and I told my buddy...whatever you do...do not turn that dog loose...

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I must be a bad person because if a dog has any bark in him heíll try to eat me alive.

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