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Old 05-20-2007, 07:10 AM   #1
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Now for some doggie stories
Ok, we've had gorgeous kittens, cats, and lovely stories to go with them. Although I don't own a dog, (yet)...

Show me, tell me about your Doggies. Although I will hide under the chair If your doggies are large. Large dogs = me very scared.

I'll start. My dad has a Bordet Terrier called Max. It's a nutter, but soft as ****. Loves cuddles and squirels.
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Old 05-20-2007, 08:21 AM   #2
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This is Tucker, a side-of-the-road special that my cousin picked up about 9 years ago. He's the sweetest dog ever, and he still has his "puppy" face. (Too bad he sheds like crazy!)
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Old 05-20-2007, 09:51 AM   #3
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This is Buster. Buster is a long-haired min. dach. My DH and kids went all the way to Arkansas to get him for me for Christmas 3 years ago. He has allergies to milk products. When he eats them, or I should say steals them when you're not looking, he starts snorting like a pig. Funniest thing you've ever seen! He also has seizures. He's a flea magnet, and sheds like crazy!
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Old 05-20-2007, 09:56 AM   #4
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Cute doggies. You'd think Buster would have learn't to stop stealing milky things

Tucker looks very cute all curled up like that, he does look very puppy like.
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Old 05-20-2007, 12:03 PM   #5
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Nobones: I guess you should go hide under your chair now, 'cos here are two pictures of my dogs.

They are both Leonbergers, a German breed. The closer up one is of Jessie, she is 5 years-old and 165lbs. The second picture of the dog in the snow is Cassie, she is 6 years-old and about 135lbs. They are both wonderfully sweet and complete wimps, so don't be scared by their looks.
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Old 05-20-2007, 12:17 PM   #6
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I have a dog named Suki that was abandoned at Kennedy Airport a few years ago and was rescued and placed in a foster home. She has a bum back leg, probably from abuse or being hit by a car, as when we first got her she refused to go in the car. She's still a puppy even though she's probably around 2 years old. And she's so hyper!
She also loves to chase our cat and tennis balls, though she doesn't bring them back.
Notice the 4 tennis balls.
She likes to hide under our couch.
Suki licking the floor...yes, you heard right. She likes to lick things. Don't ask me why, but all I know is that it's unsanitary.
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We have two...both adopted from various humane societies.

This one is our oldest. Her name is Aubie (mascot name for Auburn University). She's the sweetest, smartest dog. She's been in a bit of rebellion since the little one joined our family a few months ago.




This is dd's dog, Pele (named for the famous soccer player). He is a handful...very mischievous. He steals clothes from the basket and also sneaks into the kids' bedrooms to kidnap stuffed animals.




The dogs absolutely LOVE each other (can you tell?).

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oh everyones doggies are so cute!! i will have to share some piccies later ( i have 5 dogs total.. its my own little herd! ) don't worry nobones! they are all little dogs!
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aww look at the cute doggies... I have Shermee who is a camera hog.. if I get the camera out to take a photo of my kids he has to be in the middle or he goes and pouts at me till I take his photo.. he is a shi-tzu or suppose to be.. we rescued him a few years ago and don't really know his age.. going on the shelter he is about 8/9... he is very loving and loves my youngest daughter.. he follows her around.. she lays on him while watching tv.. he sleeps under her bed.. he is afraid of storms and crawls up on her lap for comfort or while I'm cutting grass...:rofling:


umm how do you insert a photo now??

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Old 05-20-2007, 02:07 PM   #10
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Teenknitter just thought you should know I'm typing from under my chair!!!

I swear I still think thay can get me!
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