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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by BritishBluesBoy, Apr 18, 2017.
Lucy, an Australian Kelpie, is 8, she loves chasing geese off the golf course.
Looks like we need to go fishing.
I was always a dog person growing up, then a little over a year and a half ago my wife talked me into a cat and we rescued this guy:
His name is Sterling, and he is the champagne of cats. He's the best cat I've ever known.
hobbs checking out my work by ajdlc posted May 17, 2016 at 11:31 PM
This is Hobbs, he occasionally loses his head over treats.
Where is the button to automatically like every post in a thread? I need to use it.
Desmo, rescued from the Wise County pound 4 years ago.
Oh man I love this thread. Too bad I cant upload from my phone anymore thats where all the pup pictures are.
This is Lucy the dominant dog. 24 pounds, she had a fawn by the neck a few years ago in the back yard. There’s a small wood behind our house leading down to the water so there are all manner of critters that drive my dogs nuts, lots of foxes who seem to disdain dogs and raccoons who torment them from the trees.
Ricky, he looks bad ass but is a cream puff after he stops barking. He's very athletic and quite strong though.
Quick phone pic of Tickle and Raphael, of course the dark dog is in the shade and the light dog is in the sun. Tickle (German Shepherd) is 4 and Raphael is 5, he's a retired racer. He ran 175 races and retired last May, I got him in October.
Got to get my pup in print this month in Bark magazine -
2 of my photographs here:
Meanwhile, at the TDPRI meeting on cat threads...
My other pup.
He was chased up under my chair on my front porch in the country.
I looked down and little guy was terrified. A pack of wild dogs was chasing him. They were out of control for a while. Roaming around our land.
I took him in and he is awesome.
Fastest dog I have ever seen. Can keep up with a 4 wheeler in 4th gear.
Jumps about 4 1/2 feet from a stand still.
Pretty sure he is part coyote.
Cant prove the part kangaroo gene. I live in Mississippi so that one is hard to fathom. Lol
This is Julia. My five year old daughter is beside herself with excitement, as tomorrow is NPD...New Puppy Day!
When my wife and I first married more than 50 years ago, her family had a doggie that looked a great deal like your best friend. Her name was Queen, and she was. I still remember her after all these years.
Now that's odd, because Queen was also very large, about a hundred pounds, quite tall and long too, not fat BIG. Aside from your pal, I never saw a GS that big. Queenie was very gentle with kids, and loved having them around.
Though we know everything comes to an end, it's incredibly hard to accept it when it does. Having had little dog pals that lived long lives, I have been through that before, it's always a time of great difficulty.
String Tree your weirdness continues to both amaze and amuse!
The patented beagle odor. I've wondered if they might have been bread with skunks at some point in their past. I quickly discarded that theory, because if they had, they would smell better! Their odor is only trumped by their fun to watch antics.
Here are the boys, Lester and Delmer, doing what they do.