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    Re: odd dog-headed stick!

    Modern day dog harness. one or more.
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    Re: odd dog-headed stick!

    Got it at the same time..
    http://members.aol.com/vixensmistres...e/profile.html
    Thought I would let you do the work of copy and paste. I'll just give the web site...HEHEHEHE
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    Re: odd dog-headed stick!

    why would something so ornate be put in between the dogs...doesnt make sense doc....one end has a dog.s head on it....doesnt fit!
    So many tangles in life are so ultimately hopeless that there is no appropriate sword,other than laughter.......

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    Re: odd dog-headed stick!

    Quote Originally Posted by NATF
    Quote Originally Posted by Michelle
    Monk....I think thats it...couldnt think of the name...not a horse person myself...that would explain why there are rings on the end, sort of like a whip...
    Was this in reply to reply #11??
    yes Monk....sorry it took so long to answer up...This crop wouldnt be so ornate if it went where doc is saying...would it....?
    So many tangles in life are so ultimately hopeless that there is no appropriate sword,other than laughter.......

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    Re: odd dog-headed stick!

    Quote Originally Posted by diving doc
    Yes, it has to do with the size of the dogs, and maybe the attachment point of the harness. It's as good as the picture if you scale the thing down to a seven year old's size. The small dogs probably had a chest harness and the pulling point was behind their shoulders. This bar kept them apart and applied pull to the wagon. That's how I make it out.

    Doc
    this is not the bar it is the crop...whip...there is a head of a dog on it that fits in your hand...the flails are missing....leather strips on other end
    So many tangles in life are so ultimately hopeless that there is no appropriate sword,other than laughter.......

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    Re: odd dog-headed stick!

    dont get your wet suit in a knot Doc, Ill find it!
    So many tangles in life are so ultimately hopeless that there is no appropriate sword,other than laughter.......

  7. #22
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    Re: odd dog-headed stick!

    this is not the bar it is the crop...whip...there is a head of a dog on it that fits in your hand...the flails are missing....leather strips on other end
    [/quote]

    Kind of like this one?

    http://www.capreolcollector.com/dcp_2013c.jpg
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    Now - Minelab Excalibur II - w/10" Coil

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    Re: odd dog-headed stick!

    Quote Originally Posted by diving doc
    Quote Originally Posted by Terry In Florida
    this is not the bar it is the crop...whip...there is a head of a dog on it that fits in your hand...the flails are missing....leather strips on other end
    Kind of like this one?

    http://www.capreolcollector.com/dcp_2013c.jpg
    Right, a whip it is but not with the attachment points our old dog headed stick has.




    Doc
    [/quote] True.
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  9. #24
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    Re: odd dog-headed stick!

    Without putting up pictures, there is quite a bit of difference... Least, that's what my Uncle Lash taught me.
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  10. #25
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    Re: odd dog-headed stick!

    Quote Originally Posted by Terry In Florida
    this is not the bar it is the crop...whip...there is a head of a dog on it that fits in your hand...the flails are missing....leather strips on other end
    Kind of like this one?

    http://www.capreolcollector.com/dcp_2013c.jpg
    [/quote]thank you terri....yes,doc there is a difference
    So many tangles in life are so ultimately hopeless that there is no appropriate sword,other than laughter.......

 

 
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