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November 27, 2007

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News: Whitetail Buck Vs. Doberman Pincer

It was no contest.


From The Lantern:

Georgina Dodge, associate vice provost for Ohio State's Office of Minority Affairs, and her Doberman, Barnum, enjoyed their walks together until Barnum was seriously injured by a deer on the morning of Nov. 1.

"He came bouncing out of the trees and his intestines were hanging out of a hole in his side," Dodge said. "It was amazing that he was still walking."

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Keep the dang pooch on a leash!


yet another positive reason to hunt deer, it keeps Dobermans from becoming an endangered species

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