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Jack Russell Viciousness Barricade - The Deer Thank Me.

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Project by JR_Dog posted 890 days ago 1326 views 0 times favorited 17 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I threw this together recently so my Jack Russell – Moose (And yes this is where the JR_Dog comes from) will stop darting out on the back porch and scaring the deer away. My wife loves to watch them and get’s pissed when he messes with them.

Since I mentioned both Moose and my Wife (Sandra) I thought I’d post a pic or two of both of them.





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ratchet

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#1 posted 890 days ago

Cute pup…I really like JR’s. Nice gate/fence too.

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SuburbanDon

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#2 posted 890 days ago

You think that will hold him ?

Nice job.

-- --- Measure twice, mis-cut, start over, repeat ---

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#3 posted 890 days ago

A real swinging job. good gate.

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JR_Dog

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#4 posted 890 days ago

Thanks for the feedback on the gate; it was quick and fun to build… as far as it holding him… provided the deer don’t mock him much and as long as I keep telling him he should be able to unlatch it, it’ll keep him from figuring out he could jump it in a second.. He’s 2 percent dog and 98 percent BRAT! For the most part, there’s not much that will stop him if he’s given time to figure it out.. which means I don’t leave him alone for too long.

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Manitario

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#5 posted 890 days ago

He looks pretty fierce… I’d beef it up with some 4×4 posts and slats lol….cute pup!

-- Sometimes the creative process requires foul language. -- Charles Neil

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JR_Dog

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#6 posted 890 days ago

Yes, he’s trained in 3 different types of Martial Arts and eats 3 small children daily… hahahaha; can’t you tell by how aggressive he looks while he sleeps.

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T. D. Reid

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#7 posted 890 days ago

Its a JACK! I give him a week and he will figure out how to unlatch it, run the deer, come home with a hind quarter, let himself back in the gate and if not for the leg bone you would never be the wiser. LMAO! Great job sir! Cheers

-- Head to the shop its calling you – Todd

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Martyroc

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#8 posted 890 days ago

Hi Jr, that looks good, and will probably hold him until he figures out how to operate the lock, I give him 2 days. I am a little slower might take me a week, LOL. You have a great family as well Moose and Sandra, I mentioned moose first since this project is more for him unless you have trouble with your wife running out of the yard as well, LOL. I kill me, that’s enough, that’s my set good night:)

-- Martin ....always count the number of fingers you have before, and after using the saw.

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murch

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#9 posted 889 days ago

Good job with the gate but I don’t think you should keep your wife in a cave. It’s just not right.

-- A family man has photos in his wallet where his money used to be.

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JR_Dog

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#10 posted 889 days ago

Murch… thanks for the chuckle this morning… I forgot that the backdrop to that picture was when we went hiking through Smugglers Notch in Jeffersonville/Stowe Vermont. Very Pretty up there.

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Bluepine38

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#11 posted 889 days ago

Good solution for the deer, my deer just ignore our attack cat, so he has decided to ignore them back. The
wife even thinks the fawns are cute when they eat her flowers, so I just sit back and enjoy. Thank you for
sharing your family, and I hope you keep having fun in the shop.

-- As ever, Gus-the 75 yr young apprentice carpenter

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Ken90712

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#12 posted 849 days ago

Nice Work love the pic of the doggie in the ppol. I have a Chlt lab that loves the water!

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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JR_Dog

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#13 posted 849 days ago

Thank you Ken! He’s a pistol!

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crank49

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#14 posted 849 days ago

My manager used to have one. Put in one of those invisible fences (with the shock collar).

The dog figured if he ran and jumped over the wire it would only hit him once and he would keep going.

The dogs owner then put the collar around the dogs waist. To get his attention it would shock something a little more sensitive.

Next day he called to tell me all he could see of the dog was his rear end sticking up out of a hole in the yard. He went to investigate and in the bottom of the hole was the chewed up collar, ready to be buried.

-- Michael :-{| “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.” ― A H

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JR_Dog

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#15 posted 849 days ago

hahaha! Yep, that sounds about right. Now that I own a Jack the question has been answered as to why they were only created to be on the smaller side… I think they would have taken over the world by now if they popped out the size of a Rotty.

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