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Old 06-23-2010, 10:59 PM   #11
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My Juneau, who's 10 years old (but has the energy of a 2 year old dog) He's Siberian Husky / GSD. I have had him for 8.5 years and I adopted him from the SPCA with a former boyfriend. Boyfriend was a wanker, at least I got an awesome dog.
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Old 06-23-2010, 11:05 PM   #12
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I love that photo of Juneau with the snow.

Cricket - Artemis was less bothered by the flash than by the toys I had there for him to play with. He's not very confident, but we're working on that.
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Old 06-23-2010, 11:19 PM   #13
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My fiance's cat, Lester the Molestor (he tries to trip me if I walk away from him because he wants to be petted MOAR. BTW, I shoot with a Nikon D40 and a 50mm lens 99% of the time. I've also taken a couple of photography classes (and I still basically suck at photography, I do it for my own enjoyment.)

eta: One of my fiance's dogs, Charlie, a "Flabrador" retriever.
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Old 06-24-2010, 12:49 AM   #14
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I love birds! Used to raise African and Australian finches and sell them to pet shops! Had very large aviaries! I miss them, but not the work, of course. Can't travel when you have birds in that quantity! I used to have teenagers at home that would fill in for me when I traveled for business. Now everyone is gone...and John and I don't want to pay bird sitters to do quite an enormous job. And birds are quite fussy and delicate. They need what they need. I took care of them very meticulously, environment and diet!

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Old 06-24-2010, 09:16 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by jess_hawk View Post
Cricket - Artemis was less bothered by the flash than by the toys I had there for him to play with. He's not very confident, but we're working on that.
She gets all miffed at me when I take more than a photo or two. She gets all bitey and standoffish for about a week or so after people pull out their cameras. I have a few good pics of her, otherwise I try to lay off so she doesn't get mad at me...*smiles*
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Old 06-24-2010, 03:28 PM   #16
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yea he is a cocker spaniel...the picture of him in the pot my mom named either cocker caserole or spaniel stew...
Its not so much the pot that cracks me up its his expression. He acts like getting stuffed into a pot happens every day.
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lol that's true...but with this dog...he really doesn't mind things like that at all...he's pretty much like a doll...he's up for whatever...he often sits next to me upright on the couch with his back up against the back like a person
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lol that's true...but with this dog...he really doesn't mind things like that at all...he's pretty much like a doll...he's up for whatever...he often sits next to me upright on the couch with his back up against the back like a person
LOL...I had a dog like that...she wasn't necessarily up for anything, but she did put up with us A LOT!

It was the couch thing that reminded me about Sarah. When I was in highschool, I would have a guy friend over, and he would sit on the couch and I would sit on the floor in front of him for a shoulder rub. Sarah would come along and shove me out of the way (and she was a strong dog...part german sheppard and part staffordshire so the papers said) so she could get a pet instead. Mind you she always loved her men!

Sarah - Nov 16 1991 - Oct 19 2006

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animals can be such a crackup...for our xmas card last year I wanted to capture wrigley's personality...and like most dogs he has a bad habit so it was just that much better in his little santa suit...

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wouldn't you know that blasted dog always has his head in the toilet but as soon as i put on the suit and have camera ready he just sat there and stared at me...like he didnt want to mess his outfit...so we threw a treat in and he almost dove in after...so it looks like santa had a bad batch of milk and cookies...

down side now if the lid is closed on the toilet he will sit in the doorway to the bathroom and look at you like ahem...my water bowl is unaccessible...please open it...
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