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Dog and owner close encounter with a black bear and her cubs!

Dog and owner close encounter with a black bear and her cubs!

(2:32) They say don't run from a bear.

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TheBob TheBob (1594 days ago)
Fenton!
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Fenton!
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Guest: (1593 days ago)
what a FAKE. trained bear, obedient dog. American wannabe internet guru. phish!!
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what a FAKE. trained bear, obedient dog. American wannabe internet guru. phish!!
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Guest: not French (1594 days ago)
Duuhhh, put it on a lead
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Duuhhh, put it on a lead
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Guest: (1594 days ago)
Why would you do that to a bear? It's rather like tying a tin can to a tiger's tail.
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Why would you do that to a bear? It's rather like tying a tin can to a tiger's tail.
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Guest: Girpal Sublimate (1594 days ago)
Would have been so much better if bear had ripped Geo's sack off and threw it back to silly yank before tearing his lungs out and trying them on lick socks - now that would have been great!
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Would have been so much better if bear had ripped Geo's sack off and threw it back to silly yank before tearing his lungs out and trying them on lick socks - now that would have been great!
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Guest: (1594 days ago)
Annoying idiot
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Annoying idiot
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Juniper Juniper (1594 days ago)
Bit of a douche - seems more concerned with getting his footage than his beautiful boxer. Why would he go around the bear, essentially hiding from the bear's view until he's on the other side and CLOSER?
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Bit of a douche - seems more concerned with getting his footage than his beautiful boxer. Why would he go around the bear, essentially hiding from the bear's view until he's on the other side and CLOSER?
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Guest: (1594 days ago)
Because that's where the path is, and Americans aren't great big pussies like the English.
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Because that's where the path is, and Americans aren't great big pussies like the English.
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Guest: Beau Guest (1594 days ago)
That's right: they're great big pussies unlike the English.
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That's right: they're great big pussies unlike the English.
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Guest: Scroticus Canis (1592 days ago)
And this moron called his dog a "dumb f**k". What a twat! (semi-polite form of c**t for you 'Merkins that no speekee Inglis dat good).
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And this moron called his dog a "dumb f**k". What a twat! (semi-polite form of c**t for you 'Merkins that no speekee Inglis dat good).
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Guest: guest1 (1594 days ago)
There's this brilliant thing called a dog lead...
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There's this brilliant thing called a dog lead...
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Guest: (1594 days ago)
It's be even more brilliant if you used the correct term. It's called a leash. But really, would you prefer to be tethered to an animal that desires intimate interaction with a bear? Dogs are used to hunt bears, typically in packs, and to tree them so the shot can be taken while the bear is treed. A solo dog and may well provide a tasty distraction as the fellow runs away to safety. Or, if the dog is able to present himself as the greater menace, a bear may well back down and go away. I would've split and left the dog to his own adventures once I spotted the cubs in the tree (there are always more pups available at the animal shelter); it's that protective nature that makes a bear the most dangerous and unpredictable she can ever be...typically, with regard to a black bear that is not protecting cubs, you'll have a hard time finding her, because she'll flee from your sound and smell before you know she was there. They prefer to dine on sweet foods, not human flesh. A grizzly or polar bear is far different; they'd love to eat you...but can't open their jaws wide enough to crush human hip bones. It's the hips that are found in the trees after a tradgedy.
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It's be even more brilliant if you used the correct term. It's called a leash. But really, would you prefer to be tethered to an animal that desires intimate interaction with a bear? Dogs are used to hunt bears, typically in packs, and to tree them so the shot can be taken while the bear is treed. A solo dog and may well provide a tasty distraction as the fellow runs away to safety. Or, if the dog is able to present himself as the greater menace, a bear may well back down and go away. I would've split and left the dog to his own adventures once I spotted the cubs in the tree (there are always more pups available at the animal shelter); it's that protective nature that makes a bear the most dangerous and unpredictable she can ever be...typically, with regard to a black bear that is not protecting cubs, you'll have a hard time finding her, because she'll flee from your sound and smell before you know she was there. They prefer to dine on sweet foods, not human flesh. A grizzly or polar bear is far different; they'd love to eat you...but can't open their jaws wide enough to crush human hip bones. It's the hips that are found in the trees after a tradgedy.
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Guest: TRADGEDY (1593 days ago)
It's great how such a brilliant, mindless rant can be spoilt by a such a misspelling. As far as I'm aware the word you may have been looking for is "Tragedy" as I don't believe "TRADGEDY" has made it into the English dictionary yet. And whilst we're on the subject of dictionaries, I'd just like to point out the word "Lead" is a noun meaning a Leash, we're English, we invented the language.
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It's great how such a brilliant, mindless rant can be spoilt by a such a misspelling. As far as I'm aware the word you may have been looking for is "Tragedy" as I don't believe "TRADGEDY" has made it into the English dictionary yet. And whilst we're on the subject of dictionaries, I'd just like to point out the word "Lead" is a noun meaning a Leash, we're English, we invented the language.
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Guest: stupid american... (1593 days ago)
Plus your use of the ENGLISH language is quite bad... "It's be even more brilliant", starting a new sentence after a full stop with 'Or', "A solo dog and may well provide".. I'll stop now anyway, I think you've got enough to be getting on with there..
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Plus your use of the ENGLISH language is quite bad... "It's be even more brilliant", starting a new sentence after a full stop with 'Or', "A solo dog and may well provide".. I'll stop now anyway, I think you've got enough to be getting on with there..
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TheBob TheBob (1593 days ago)
I think this works best if you read it in a "pirate" voice. "ArHar, It's be even more brilliant if you used the correct term." Even better: "It's the hips that are found in the trees, Jim lad."
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I think this works best if you read it in a "pirate" voice. "ArHar, It's be even more brilliant if you used the correct term." Even better: "It's the hips that are found in the trees, Jim lad."
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Guest: Beau Guest (1594 days ago)
You're absolutely correct: it is called a leash... in your primitive little newbie country. Over here in civilisation, it's called a lead.
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You're absolutely correct: it is called a leash... in your primitive little newbie country. Over here in civilisation, it's called a lead.
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Guest: (1593 days ago)
I can't see putting lead around a dog's neck unless I intend to drown it in a pond.
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I can't see putting lead around a dog's neck unless I intend to drown it in a pond.
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Guest: Oh dear (1593 days ago)
It would seem you can't speak English either... "I can't see putting lead around a dog's neck"? Not grammatically correct I would say....
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It would seem you can't speak English either... "I can't see putting lead around a dog's neck"? Not grammatically correct I would say....
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Guest: stupid american... (1593 days ago)
Just in case my American friend wishes to check the Oxford ENGLISH dictionary for the word 'Lead'... here you are... LINK
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Just in case my American friend wishes to check the Oxford ENGLISH dictionary for the word 'Lead'... here you are... LINK
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Guest: (1592 days ago)
Latest comment: As a new millennium begins, scholars say that about one-fourth of the world's population can communicate to some degree in English. The vast majority of them do not come from your tiny insignificant island.
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Latest comment: As a new millennium begins, scholars say that about one-fourth of the world's population can communicate to some degree in English. The vast majority of them do not come from your tiny insignificant island.
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