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    And underquilt when it falls below 40

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    Senior Member Sparkfly88's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by texaswildman View Post
    And underquilt when it falls below 40

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    That is adorable. Flat out. Fantastic photo.

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    Those are all great pics of hanging dogs. I hope I can get my boys (two chocolate labs and my human son) to hang with me as well.

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    Don't know about the boy, but you can get those chocos to do anything you ask of them

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    Senior Member Oregon's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by texaswildman View Post
    My gal's gas is too bad for her to sleep with me!

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    Brilliant! I go backpacking/camping with my lab http://bit.ly/Tsx6oi all the time and now that I'm just getting in to "hanging" I wondered what I would do with her. At 75 lbs she is too big I believe to be in the hammock with me and I would have felt awful making her sleep on the ground (some of you just rolled your eyes). I think this is what I'll do.

    How long did it take for her to get use/trained to the hammock?

    Oh...and do you have a problem with her nails damaging the hammock and what hammock did you get for her? Thank you!

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    Sweet I've been looking for something for my dog.

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    Great, but if my dog got in the hammock there wouldn't be room for me.

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    I'm out - I had the conversation - I traded her sewing help to make a dog solution for Rugby vs going. She said dog booties and a bag of some sort.
    There was an Old Man with a owl,
    Who continued to bother and howl;
    He sat on a rail, And imbibed bitter ale,
    Which refreshed that Old Man and his owl
    .WOO

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    Oregon,

    Here is a video clip of her getting in. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIRir...109376&index=1

    It took a couple of fall outs for her to figure out that she has to "fall" into the hammock and can not walk on it like solid ground. But she is 9 years old and over the years she has gained my trust in doing what ever I ask of her.

    Her nails have not been an issue with the Eno yet. The hammock is just a extra Eno I had after I bought my wife a WBBB. The only problem I have seen is she is like all of us and I have a hard time "commanding" her to get out of it.

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    My buddy Pacho and I were out at Wolf Pen Rec area in Arkansas with a few other forum guys a couple weeks back so as the temps started to drop a bit I jumped in the Blackbird and before I could get settled old Pacho the pound pup was standing on his hind legs making sure I hadnt forgotten room for him. His 10 lbs sure can make a positive difference in the warm department.
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