The Big Question: Is Ringo Gender-Challenged?

The farrier was here Saturday to trim the horse's hooves. His border collie, Gunner, took a likin' to Ringo. The only problem? He liked Ringo a bit too much, and they're both of the male gender....

Sheesh~

25 comments:

  1. Would you feel any better about it if Ringo was the mounter instead of the mountee?

    Hoover has his "confused" moments too. Sometimes he even goes outside his species. Now THAT is disturbing but Kirby doesn't even seem to notice.

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  2. RINGO!!! The smile on your face says it all.

    Mom caught me humpin' my bed and threw it on Facebook for all the world to see. How's that for an embarassing moment? At least you're bein' friendly with a dog.

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  3. Well you know dogs... if it feels good just do it... LOL

    Snappy Di

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  4. In reality, I'm sure you know that it was a dominance issue, that Gunner was telling Ringo who the top dog is (literally and figuratively). Which was very disrespectful, considering that Gunner was visiting Ringo's territory!

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  5. Just feeling their wild oats.. I used to have a couple of spayed females that would do this too..they lived long full lives! :)

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  6. lol! Ringo seems rather happy about it, too.
    Maybe he's bi-se*ual?

    lol!

    You cracked me up with this post.

    ~Lisa

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  7. Just like the male ducks at the lake say to each other - if there ain't a woman around, you will do.

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  8. I question that you are making Ringo the butt of jokes.

    :)

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  9. Ringo was just making him feel.......welcome.

    Who's the weirdo? You're the one standing there taking photos of the whole ordeal. Ha!!! *just kidding*

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  10. LOL how funny! Well Ringo doesn't look too traumatized. Our buck goat took a liking to one of the young bucklings we put in their pasture to wean them. In the absence of a proper girlfriend he has decided he is in love with this little buckling, he barks and yells at him, flaps his tongue around, sleeps next to him and runs the other three bucklings away from this one. Yea, he really, really needs a girlfriend.

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  11. LOL! That's just one male trying to dominate the other...

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  12. Why do I hear Johnny Cash singing Burning Ring of Fire? :)

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  13. Reminds me of Legally Blonde 2! ROFL!

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  14. now that is weird. but the pic looks like ringo likes gunner too.

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  15. Ringo had every chance to run off - just saying...

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  16. Poor Ringo! Attacked from the rear while his Mom was taking his photo.......

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  17. He doesn't seem too upset by the whole situation!

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  18. LOL Susan, thanks for making my day :-)

    I'm back to blogging and I'm so happy to catch up with you wonderful blog :-)

    Thank you so much for the lovely comments you left on my blog during I was away :-)
    It meant a lot to me.

    Have a lovely day and see you soon, much love: Evi

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  19. For some weird reason, this post makes me think of the song from South Pacific, "There Ain't Nothing Like a Dame"

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  20. Ok, that is just plain funny!

    Hey, we bought a horse! A few weeks ago I would have had to look up what a farrier was....now I know. :)

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  21. Ddn't need to use birth control. LOL LOL

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  22. gettin' it anyway he can eh?
    happy trails
    gp

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