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Pet Photos thread where too much is never enough.
#31
RE: Pet Photos thread where too much is never enough.
Sheba spent so much time in the car, she doesn't know what to do with all this space.

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#32
RE: Pet Photos thread where too much is never enough.
(March 24, 2018 at 9:30 am)Lutrinae Wrote: Sheba spent so much time in the car, she doesn't know what to do with all this space.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BgtSlBFFz6L/
Looks like you need a cat perch, or motel. 

Is that Sheba as in Bathsheba and female?

I can't really tell from the pic, is Sheba orange and white?
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#33
RE: Pet Photos thread where too much is never enough.
(March 24, 2018 at 9:56 am)rskovride Wrote:
(March 24, 2018 at 9:30 am)Lutrinae Wrote: Sheba spent so much time in the car, she doesn't know what to do with all this space.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BgtSlBFFz6L/
Looks like you need a cat perch, or motel. 

Is that Sheba as in Bathsheba and female?

I can't really tell from the pic, is Sheba orange and white?

Yes, orange and white and female. Sheba, as in Hebrew for "oath" or "promise".
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#34
RE: Pet Photos thread where too much is never enough.
I know you've all been waiting.


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#35
RE: Pet Photos thread where too much is never enough.
Well don't stop now, people!
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#36
RE: Pet Photos thread where too much is never enough.
Omg this thread makes me smile so much!
“What screws us up the most in life is the picture in our head of what it's supposed to be.”

Also if your signature makes my scrolling mess up "you're tacky and I hate you."
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#37
RE: Pet Photos thread where too much is never enough.
Bonnie  and Clyde four months after we brought them home. We adopted and didn't realize we were getting siblings, but we could they knew each other. They even have the same gold eyes. 

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#38
RE: Pet Photos thread where too much is never enough.
(March 23, 2018 at 7:29 pm)Whateverist Wrote:
(March 23, 2018 at 4:27 pm)mlmooney89 Wrote: I love love love this! Thank you! I'm sure I can find a few (cough thousand) photos of my fur baby!

This is Zero he is half husky half yellow lab and he is about 4 years old (thankfully finally starting to calm the fuck down lol) the two breeds don't mix well together for fur since the tan coarse fur sits different than the soft white husky fur and where they mix he has ridges, mostly on his butt, it's hilarious. He is spoiled rotten, I mean hell he has his own couch! Also he is so expressive, I've never known a dog to actually look happy/sad/irritated lol
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He's got the Husky look but softened by the lab.  What's he weigh?  (Obviously not too big to be a daddy's lap boy.)  Does he howl and vocalize the way some of the nordic dogs do?  I've never been around any of them though I see them around and of course videos on Fb.

(March 23, 2018 at 4:59 pm)rskovride Wrote: I kinda feel bad saying it, but Sweet is my favorite. She always wants to be by my side.  

I love the boxer personality.


You guys have me curious about them now.  Haven't known any boxers very well.

Zero is 77lbs and it's all muscle. He can take me down hard if he pulls his leash and I'm not in my combat stance lol. I need both hands on the leash and both feet planted firmly. He can't wear a collar cause his hair is too soft and fluffy around his neck every collar he can slip out of which is why he wears a banana 24/7 so we have something to grab onto. When outside he requires a full harness.

He is very vocal. He cries when he isn't happy but it's this soft wine that gets annoying very quickly. He didn't know how to howl so we taught him (my mother thought this was a very dumb idea and she may have been right lol) at first he would look at us like he was offended and turn his back to us howling. Then he finally got upset and started doing it with us. Now he will only do it if we or another dog does it. Sadly the dog next door howls if any siren goes off and then Zero will join in. We laugh hysterically every time cause Zero has this look like he doesn't know if he should howl too and doors it half assed at first like "omg are we howling? Do I need to join? Am I doing it right? Hey guys I'm part of the howl!"

Boxers are the best family dog! Mine was so happy and energetic until he was about five then he was super mellow and let the little ones crawl all over him. He was a big baby though, he needed a pillow and blanket plus cuddles and heaven forbid something scary happened cause he would hide behind me. Although once I was body slammed on the bed and he didn't realize it was for fun and he jumped on the bed if front of me and started barring his teeth toward my step dad.

(March 24, 2018 at 6:47 am)Antares Wrote: This was Baby the day I got her.  Heart
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I. Might. Die.

Cuteness overload

(March 24, 2018 at 9:24 am)mh.brewer Wrote: Best hippo imitation. Being a singleton there was never a lack of milk. 

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Ooommmmggg! If y'all don't quit posting such adorable pictures I'm going to wake my human baby from all my awwwwwww's!
“What screws us up the most in life is the picture in our head of what it's supposed to be.”

Also if your signature makes my scrolling mess up "you're tacky and I hate you."
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#39
RE: Pet Photos thread where too much is never enough.
They did kinda get along. 

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#40
RE: Pet Photos thread where too much is never enough.
(March 24, 2018 at 10:51 am)SteelCurtain Wrote: I know you've all been waiting.




Hate to be the one but your (cousin?) really takes some expressive photos of the Tannerbananer.

(March 24, 2018 at 6:56 am)Gawdzilla Sama Wrote:
(March 24, 2018 at 6:47 am)Antares Wrote: This was Baby the day I got her.  Heart
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Poopy!


Okay then, puppy photos is it?  I've got pup photos too, at least for Smoke.  Heidi and Fletcher before were both adults when I got them.  Hmmm, in fact Smoke is only the third true pup I've ever raised out of 8 I've brought home.  If anyone else has had a few it might be fun to list them:

#1  Bunny, offspring of my family's mutt and my brother's mutt.  Picked her out while still in H.S.  Died when hit by car.
#2  Sandy, Collie x German shepherd adopted at a couple years old.  Died of kidney failure in 12th year with me.
#3  Daisy, a Dalmatian (never again) - first dog I picked with Lia as an older puppy.  Died at 15 of old age.
#4  Sophie, Golden x Lab bought as a young puppy.  Wonderful dog, enforced the rules on all new dogs.  Died at 16.
#5  Mathilda, Flat coat retriever, taken in at 12y when my niece was getting divorced and couldn't keep her.  Died at 14.
#6  Fletcher, Australian Shepherd, taken in at 4 when Lia's aunt/uncle died.  Lived to 14y/2m.  Only dog I've buried here.
#7  Heidi Rose, probably an Aust.Shep x Heeler, adopted at about a year.  Still the boss at 8.5 years of age.
#8  Smokey, AussiexHeeler purchased as a puppy from a Colorado breeder of ranch dogs and horses.  2.5 years of age.

Unfortunately I don't have digital photos of most of these, but I can go back to Daisy, no problem, but I'll go in reverse order.

Smoke as 10 weeks on his first day with me.
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Heidi early on at maybe a year and a half with Fletcher, back when she was the apprentice.





Sophie with Mathilda in an early garden photo.
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Sophie was maybe 2 or 3, when the garden was barely started.
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Daisy in front of the first aviary I built in the summer of 1991.  Before I started in on the garden.
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