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    #31
    More of our fur babies.

    Just because I'm only a puppy doesn't mean I don't have big teeth too.

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    Why not? You sit on the window ledge.

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    RUN

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    Why not? Don't you guys sit on the chair?

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    And that's only three of our five. More later.

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      #32
      Doug I still can't even begin to imagine having 5 dogs, especially 5 big dogs running around the house. We can't keep up with the shedding from our single Yellow Lab. I bet those 5 keep you busy!

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        #33
        Chuck Yes, they do!!

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          Puppy supping with my pup, Pretzel.
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            Originally posted by Vstil View Post
            Puppy supping with my pup, Pretzel.
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            That's so cool. I've tried to get my Yellow Lab to sit on my paddleboard but she just wants to jump in the water and swim!

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              There's my beagle acting like she's a cat and my basenji/Italian greyhound/chi mix acting like he's the good one. (Hint, he's not as good as he pretends to be--look at his eyes!)

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                Originally posted by SunshineZombieGirl View Post
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                There's my beagle acting like she's a cat and my basenji/Italian greyhound/chi mix acting like he's the good one. (Hint, he's not as good as he pretends to be--look at his eyes!)
                laser eyes... funny. You can see they're well loved!

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                  #38
                  They are for old timers. (14 and 11 years respectively.)

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                    My sweet loving alarm clocks! Jack Black and Suzie my brindle biscuit!Click image for larger version

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                      #40
                      I've got two dogs. Cameo is my livestock guardian dog -- she's half Maremma and half Akbash, and is almost eight years old. I've had several other livestock guardian dogs over the years, and she is by far the best of all of them, except that her beautiful coat mats badly (I'm taking her to be clipped again on Friday, even though it's late in the year for it). Ladybug is 7/8's Rat Terrier and 1/8 Border Collie; she's always happy and sweet, and also always very bouncy, LOL! I'll put pictures up; the one of Cameo has another dog, Mac, in the background -- he's 'gone over the rainbow bridge.' I'm holding Ladybug in the other picture because it was the only way to get her to hold still long enough to get the shot! Cameo lives outdoors protecting our chickens and the two goats I still have (she goes in the barn whenever she wants to, so she's got shelter); Ladybug is in and out during the day. Usually she sleeps with me at night, but if she's rolled in something smelly, she stays downstairs in my office! Ladybug is about six years old now, and I'll hopefully have her for many more years. Cameo should be around for a few more years; unfortunately, big dogs tend to have shorter lifespans. I'm already starting to keep my eyes open for a livestock guardian puppy to be her understudy -- I'm looking for an Anatolian Shepherd this time, since most of them have shorter coats and shouldn't have the matting problems that Cameo has. That will probably be my last puppy ever, since I'm 62 and running out of energy to keep up with puppies!
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