Indian Springs Ranch
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'ACE TAKING BACK ROAD HOME AFTER A LONG NIGHT
ON THE TOWN WITH HIS TRUSTED SIDE-KICK.
JACK ON THE PROWL
APV AND LADY
ACE & LADY CHECK OUT FACE ON
TREE (
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ACE AND JACK ENJOYING THE RIVER
LADY AND JACK RUNNING IN THE FIELDS
ACE
LADY ENJOYING HER DAILY RUN.
ACE & LADY
YOUNG JACK BURYING
HIS FIRST BONE.
LADY
KING AND JACK PLAYING
ACE & LADY
KING AT 16 WKS OLD
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN  
YOU OVERLOAD YOUR
ASS
(Taken by J. Moss in Algeria, 1974)
AKC PAPERS
CHOW TIME AT RANCH
FEEDER
PHOTO ALBUM 2
ACE RELAXES IN THE BRAZOS
ACE CHECKING A DEER FEEDER
LARGE LIVE OAKS BY RIVER
EARLY MORNING ON THE BRAZOS
"The Best Things in Life aren't
Things"
New Puppy
MY FENCE LINE BORDERS THE ATWOOD RANCH
WHICH HAS THE LARGEST LIVE OAK TREE IN THE         
UNITED STATES                                    
(AS PER PLAQUE IN FRONT OF THE TREE FROM THE U.S.FORESTERY DEPT.)
TENNY & LADY enjoying
their daily run in the fields,
followed by a swim in the
river.
WET-DIRTY AND HAPPY, KING IS THE WINNER OF THE "I
GOT THE STICK CONTEST". THIS IS ONE OF THEIR
FAVORITE SPORTS WHEN PLAYING ON THE BRAZOS.
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Jack's has outgrown his collar. He was on the last notch of a
28" collar and it was tight. The largest size at the  local
Tractor Supply an J&N Feed Store was 28". To get a collar to
fit I had to go to the Western Store and buy him a 32"
women's cowboy belt - Now he is all "fixed Up".
Jack is
165 lbs and stands to my belt line (I am 6'2"). Very
Impressive Canine that is all business on the ranch.
Lady giving "Big Jack" a look
wondering why he's wearing a
women's belt!
The Highest Reward For A Persons
Toil Is Not What He Gets For It, But
What He Becomes By It.
A REAL "SWEETHEART" - LADY
Jack (Turkish Anatolian) is actually playing. This is
one dog who is very power
ful. This Breed of canine
can grow to 230 lbs
. Breed to handle extreme HOT &
COLD weather. Accepted by the AKC in the '90's (
6000
yr old breed). They were developed to protect Goat
Herds from Wolves and Bear. Average bite 880 ft/lbs,
Shepherd average bite 230 ft/lbs-From Discovery
chan
nel. They are not the social animal as the GSD.
They can outrun the shepherd and their growl
sounds like a bear-one though dog that gives 120%.
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