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Old 08-26-2013, 02:29 PM   #1
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The only thing that could distract me from a new needle set!
Was our new fur baby, Gizmo!
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Old 08-26-2013, 02:34 PM   #2
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Aw, ain't that cute. What breed is Gizmo? I that name for small critters!

When should the new needles arrive?

ETA: Please disregard last Q. I saw in another thread you already have your needles.
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He's so cute!
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Lucky you (and lucky Gizmo)! What a little cutie...love the ears.
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Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
Aw, ain't that cute. What breed is Gizmo? I that name for small critters!

When should the new needles arrive?

ETA: Please disregard last Q. I saw in another thread you already have your needles.
The Giz is a rat terrier mix, maybe 5 lbs soaking wet if he had a big rock in his pocket. When his ears both stand up, DD thought he looked like a gremlin from the 80s movie, so he was christened Gizmo.
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Lucky you (and lucky Gizmo)! What a little cutie...love the ears.
Thanks! I'd like to think we got the better end of the deal in finding such a sweet tempered little love muffin. He might disagree though, as his time at the shelter had nearly run out. <shudder>

Whatever the case may be, I think that now its a mutual admiration society.
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What a cutie!!
My DD got a small dog not too long ago and named him Gizmo as well. I can't remember what mix she said he was, but he's a lot like your Gizmo in looks.
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Now that is one cute pup! He is lucky you rescued him.
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I was hoping that you'd post a photo. What an adorable dog! i'm happy you've found each other. I wish your many wonderful years ahead filled with great knit dog sweaters.
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Well he is too cute for words, what a little love bug
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