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I heard about those German Monkey Goat Dogs. People are talking far & wide about your new line. Everyone wants one, Jerry.
 

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susan tuck said:
I heard about those German Monkey Goat Dogs. People are talking far & wide about your new line. Everyone wants one, Jerry.
Oh, THOSE! Oh, of course...... I just didn't recognize it right away.
 

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Thank you for pointing out my error, Andres. Indeed you are right, it is a Small Balled Chimp Rammer, & clearly from way Down in the Deeeeeeep South.
 

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Actually, I also tell everyone I want a pet monkey... so there you have it Jerry, you invented my ideal breed ;)
Actually, you have mentioned both........ I just forgot the part about having them in one animal.
 

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So okay Jerry, since I live in the deep South.....when are you gonna be having another litter. Are they aggressive enough to keep the ******** at bey :lol: :lol: ???!!!! Are they easy keepers? Only need one if he is indeed a Small -Balled Chimp Rammer!!!! Are you sure his family tree has enough forks in it......oh, I could go on and on and on....

You are sooooo bad!!!!
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Mike, all men at some point in their lives, want a pet monkey. (I heard a joke about that on a Dane Cook DVD I have)
 

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I've actually looked into Pygmy Goats before :lol: They're cool as hell, but pretty useless for anything, so other than the novelty of training a goat (yes they can be trained but only for very basic things like come when called or respond to their name...), they'd just be an ornament in the front yard. But they are social and curious creatures... the males like to charge at you though :lol:

Interesting (useless) fact: If you put sheep and goats in the same pen, the sheeps will dominate -- sheep charge, goats rear up first... so while t he goat is rearing up, the sheep is charging the goat.

I should just buy a damn petting zoo n get it over with :lol:
 

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Hahaha, judging from your pics it looks like you have a really nice house. I couldn't imagine seeing a bunch of goats in front of a really nice house. That would make me literally ROFLOL!
 

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I won't be here for long, I'm looking at acreage with agricultural zoning, the particular property I'm looking at has horse stables that can be converted to dog kennels easily enough, n no problem having goats there... the neighbors might think it a little weird though, I don't see any other animals besides dogs and horses in that area :lol:
 

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I think yas still got it wrong. Thats a Simian canine ball rammer.
VERY effective apprehension tactics and not a lot of paper work concerning bites on the perp.
 

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Good for you! My breeder converted 1/2 of her horse stables into outdoor a/c & heated whelping areas (2). Gretchen's pups were moved out there so they could start getting used to the sights/sounds/smells of outside, plus Gretchen is one of those dogs that would rather be outside than inside.
 
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