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ArtLady1981 07-22-2010 04:59 PM

OT: Pals
 
Charlie has decided that Katie is A-OK in his book, a true mountain friend!


Katie has the steak bone from our dinner. Charlie has "patience".



And more patience...


And more patience...but not reeeeallly sleeping....just playin' it real cool...


...it does get the best of a guy...

Where's the dignity? :wink:

Jan in CA 07-22-2010 05:01 PM

Ewww! Dog drool! :zombie:

Cute pictures though! :thumbsup:

ArtLady1981 07-22-2010 05:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Jan in CA (Post 1295307)
Ewww! Dog drool! :zombie:

Cute pictures though! :thumbsup:

When he "shakes"...it will whip up over his own head! So Funny!
Poor guy! A Saint Bernard owner learns to carry an old hand towel EVERYWHERE! :teehee:

Jan in CA 07-22-2010 05:06 PM

Yikes. :zombie: Don't know why, but I can't stand the drool. :lol:

Ronda 07-23-2010 06:58 AM

Awww. Poor guy. He must be a really good dog though to not just take that bone away.

I don't like drool, either. Dog drool, baby drool, llama drool, any drool. Ewww.

mks22300 07-23-2010 08:41 PM

Awwwww :teehee: Did Charlie ever get a chance at the bone?

ArtLady1981 07-24-2010 02:00 AM

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Originally Posted by mks22300 (Post 1295404)
Awwwww :teehee: Did Charlie ever get a chance at the bone?

Nope! After a while, we took it away from Katie. She was getting it down to a "swallow whole" size! We don't ever give steak bones to Charlie. He'd swallow them almost whole, and we're afraid he'll choke. Or, have trouble the next day, at the "other end".

He went out into the forest back in May (true story!) and found the carcass of a dead deer, and brought back antlers, an entire leg bone, and half the spinal column. So he finds his own bones! :wink: He works on them every time we are up at the property! He stashes them in his Giant Size crate!

He just loved the smell of a fresh steak bone! But, no small bones for him! The hounds don't get small bones either. Their jaws are like walnut crackers. They'd splinter the bones into bone shards. Dangerous.

Dimpledapple 07-27-2010 04:05 AM

Ok, dog drool aside, am I the only one who has this irresistible urge to give him a great, big hug??


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