Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by mastermute, Dec 18, 2007.
Cats are jerks ...
I am waiting on this little guy to join the pack in several weeks!
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My 130lb Great Dane playmate...taking a break after 30 minutes of playing 'fetch'—Danes are not what I'd call 'reliable retrievers,' but Lyla has always enjoyed it. She just turned 15 months old...
Easy to see how much she enjoys it .
My two special Boys, Oscar & Boris Bedlington Terriers, Oscar is the Dad of Boris, they are two excellent hunters of critters such as Rabbits Squirrels and Rats, they are hunting a Rabbit in the video.
That was mean, all right.
He has potential to be the "Leader Of The Pack".
Two additions to the family.
- Bandit, a Pit Bull with 1/2 Brindle Pit, not sure which side.
- And Clary, Beagle with 1/2 Lab, Lab's a guess.
14 year old Bentley the cocker spaniel!
This is a shot of my boy, Gromit! The problem with Doxies is their humans are kept busy continually returning their ears to OEM condition.
Yes...we "humans" need training too, don't we? . I've become aware of many animal safety organizations that refer to humans as...well, what we are. Gromit's a handsome dog .
Thanks, Paul! He's a joy. He's my third dachshund. I love the breed. Tiny, but fearless, and totally devoted to their humans. My previous two doxies used to sleep in the bed with my first wife and I, but after her death and my new marriage, he now sleeps on the couch in our bedroom in his own bed. He's content and so are we.
Here is our attack dog 14 years ago when he had just come home from the breeder and relatively recently.
He's 13ish pounds, but please dont' tell him he's "not" a 113 lb Rottweiler. He doesn't realize that.
He's a good looking little guy! Gromit and he both have large dog personas!
Enjoy your shaves,
Flying hover dog...
Me and the Boys Oscar & Boris up in the Brecon Beacons early this morning just as the sun was rising, what a glorious day it was.
I'll admit, I had to Google "Brecon Beacons" to see just where this was. Nice surprise to see where you are. Had a fellow from Cardiff come over here for a job training class for a few weeks back some years ago. We've maintained contact via email in the intervening years. Name was David John, said he was called "Dai" (my spelling from the sound of it, not that it's correct by any means).
I'm just 25 minutes up the road from Cardiff, in Merthyr Tydfil, my town and parts of it are in the Brecon Beacons National Park, and yes everyone in Wales with the name David is called Dai.
One eyed Jack. Good cat.
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