Pit Bull VS Porcupine

Discussion in '360 Degrees Lounge' started by Minnow, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. Minnow

    Minnow Administrator

    I wonder is this real?

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  2. Minnow

    Minnow Administrator

    Thank fishingduck.

    Friend of mine emailed those pictures to me, at first I thought it must be photoshop pictures. Now I know it's true story. thanks again
  3. Bret

    Bret Senior Member

    OW!!!OW !! OW!!!!!!! Man I bet that dog dont screw with anymore porcupines.
  4. mcgolfer

    mcgolfer Guest

    that's a great picture but not to funny for the dog involved. i actually saw my first porcupine in the wild about a week ago. there must not be to many of them around....rick
  5. MrBill

    MrBill Senior Member

    That hurts. In high school, I was riding an dirtbike and spilled over into a patch of cactus. My girlfriend and two others spent over 4 hours pulling out the thorns. In the article about the dog and porcupine it says the remaining quills will come out. BS!!!!!!!!!

    Two years later I still had some imbedded in my butt. I guess they finally deteriorated. I had thousands all over me. They were in my face to my toes. I now stay away from cactus patches. The nice thing about the porcupine quills is that they are long and visible. Those little cactus ones are almost invisible.
  6. BigMike

    BigMike Guest

    Years ago I was deer hunting in upper WI and my friend and I came to a tree with a big mess arround it. Animal droppings but arround the whole trunk. We looked up the tree and he said look a coon, shoot it.
    I shot my bow at what was not a coon but a large porcupine and it showered us with needles that are worse to pull out then to put in.
    Then it must have just died where I shot it, about fifty feet up.
    I didn't know they could just let thoise things fly like that.
  7. bpitcher

    bpitcher Senior Member

    Yeah they let those things go fast. I have a friend who's got a pitbull/mastiff mix. That dog is a freakin beast, it goes and plays with those porcupines all the time when it goes for walks in the woods. This dog also leaps over six foot fences pretty easy.

  8. kenner21

    kenner21 Member

    Thats an English Bull Terrier, aka Spuds Mckenzie...not that it matters I'm just bored at work
  9. SkeeterRonnie

    SkeeterRonnie Senior Member

    kinda looks like me the first time I attempted making my own assist hooks!!