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Post your Mutts...

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by jabush, Oct 28, 2006.

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  1. jabush

    jabush Feeling the Heat

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    In another thread some posted pics of their dogs.
    I thought our furry, faithful friends deserved a thread all their own.

    So let's see your dogs, cats, pigs, whatever pets you have that you may want to share with the group.

    I snapped this one of my "boys" earlier this morning. More to follow...

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  2. Xena

    Xena Minister of Fire

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    My little terror. She's a shih tzu,
    almost 3 years old. You can see
    from my avatar that she loves
    curling up - or should I say stretching
    out in the chair near the pellet
    stove.

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  3. Greg123

    Greg123 New Member

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    Here is Mine, he is five months old Golden Retriever.

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  4. GVA

    GVA Minister of Fire

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    My 3 border collies The white one was just a puppie in this he's 10 months now but back then I had to keep the sides open on my stove to keep him from getting burnt on the pipe.
    The black and white she's 3, and the Tri color she's 4.

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  5. Wouldy12

    Wouldy12 New Member

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    2-year-old German Shepard / Lab mix...

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  6. GVA

    GVA Minister of Fire

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    the tri color

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    GVA Minister of Fire

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    the last one

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  8. bruce56bb

    bruce56bb New Member

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    here's ernest. 13 year old lab, his tricks include, lay down, roll over,sit, stay,nose thing(setting a treat on his nose) and humping the neighbors leg(long time ago). the years have snuck up on him as he can now only walk about 10 yds without having to plop his big butt down to give his hips a break. he shall truly be missed when he visits the big t-bone in the sky, i think i'll drink a beer on him this evening.
    bruce

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  9. CountryGal

    CountryGal Feeling the Heat

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    My pug, Jade and my paint, Tonka.

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  10. CountryGal

    CountryGal Feeling the Heat

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    My mouser, Sonny when he was a kitten (first mouse)!

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  11. paulgp602

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    Here is my lab, Beau. 6 years old now, but 3 in this picture.

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    northwinds Minister of Fire

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    Six year old Cairn Terrier.
    He's checkin' out my coffee.

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  13. webbie

    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    These ain't mutts!

    They are "foo foo" dogs, King Charles Cavaliers to be exact.

    Our is the dainty female with the smaller head. The other belongs to our daughter.

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  14. Webwidow

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    "Rosie the Snowpuppy", after snowshoeing with Craig last winter. The girl couldn't even walk home, she must have had 10 extra lbs. of snow weight on her. This is what we call warm wet snow! Second Pix is Rosie's Glamshot.

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  15. elkimmeg

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    a little history here My parents were one of the first to introduce chocolate labs to the States., Back in the 60's, Brought over from England.
    From their breading almost all stateside (Rama roma rahimbus) are found in pure breads chocolate and yellow lads, can be tied into their heritage
    My 14 yer old yellow lad had to be put down this summer the heat was too much to endure one more time. I do have a 6 year old chocolate lab plus his son owned by my oldest daughter, he He is here 75% of the time. I own 1.75 labs. Every day I walk then in the woods atleast a mile including the miserable weather today. It keeps them young and me as well. Usually Ellen accompaines me. In the winter the run is longer as Ellen and I xcountry ski as snow conditions afford. I will try to find pictures to post
  16. Harley

    Harley Minister of Fire

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    Well, since they have their own thread.... Here's Block again. Bull Mastiff/Bull Terrier mix

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  17. webbie

    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    Do you call him block for "blockhead"? Or because his jaws could eat a cinderblock? Looks like some massive muscles in those jaws!
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    The Monsters

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    Here is our little lady. She is 5 years old, she is a rotweiler/golden retriever mix. Very little golden. She is petit at 125#. She is a little baby though, wouldn't hurt a fly. She has pulled up some small trees in our yard to play with though. She runs around with these 5' tall trees in her mouth like it was nothing. We love her.

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  20. Harley

    Harley Minister of Fire

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    I didn't name him, but his name came from the size and shape of his head (about the size of a cinderblock). He's never tried to eat one, but I've seen hime break some pretty thick rawhide bones right in half. I don't think I'd want him mad at me... good thing he's really a big baby.

    Oh, and I know it doesn't look it, but that's his "happy face" in the picture.... you should see him when I try to give him a bath!!
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    This is Dune, a dog that we fostered recently for Springer Rescue. Have 2 more, Wyatt and Angie. Angie is a Brittany, and is 3 days older than dirt, but don't tell her that. Wyatt is a goof, but a really great dog, and a good frisbee player. Just picked up another foster on Saturday, no pictures yet. It's sad when they get adopted, but it's also great to see them go from filthy, sick, scared strays to awesome dudes like Duner. I should post his "before" shots, but it would probably make some people sick.

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    Hey Gibbon,

    Great shot!!!!

    It is really great what you are doing through the rescue program.
  23. Gibbonboy

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    Here is the first son, Wyatt. He's not a foster anymore, we adopted him. He barks at reflections of light on the wall, the wind, TV, any major threat to household security. He sounds like a killer, but is probably to dumb to know how to bite. He does fetch and play frisbee.

    The second is Miss Angelina, the queen of the house. I think she has doggie alzheimer's, she ain't all there sometimes. She's funny and well-behaved, though.

    We're glad to do what little we can to save some of these great mutts. We've been involved in rescue for almost 10 years now, it all started with one stray Brittany.

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  24. CrazyAboutOrchids

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    Dogs pics on the hearth forum with no fireplaces around? Hummmm..... have to fix that. Here's our doxie keeping warm yesterday....

    We also have 2 cats, 2 lizards and a tank full of freshwater fish.

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    Juneau ready for snow! :)

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