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Frothing at mouth and flirt pole time

Discussion in 'Sports & Activities' started by RedRiot, Nov 29, 2016.

  1. Michael.

    Michael. Big Dog

  2. The Keep Book

    The Keep Book Reclusive Misanthrope Premium Member

    I used the 10' PVC and synthetic rope with some funky cowhide. I tried the pole with my first bulldogs -- 4 month old VBK pups -- and was astonished that pups that young and that small bent the pole nearly double. I thought the pole would snap. :-O
     
  3. wicked13

    wicked13 Top Dog

    lol yeah sometimes they look like a fishing pole it’s all about the diameter plus if u leave the pole outside the plastic get hot and more bendable I had to goto Home Depot. And try to pole vault with em the damn employees were looking at me crazy
    But sometimes they do break no way around it but luckily their cheap and easy to get also the longer it is the more bend it will have cut it down to 6 feet and the pole should bend less
     
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  4. The Keep Book

    The Keep Book Reclusive Misanthrope Premium Member

    I ended up doing precisely that, slicing a few feet off the PVC. My pups were fanatical about the pole. Nowadays I would use a shorter pole for young pups and work up to a longer one as they grow so as not to risk breaking the younger pups' tusks.
     

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