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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by Gold Penguin, Feb 21, 2021.
My Maligators and the new puppues
Duke and Blue
Adoring pic but that is gonna be a lot of turds not to step into brother...
Callie, ready to party!!
Lhasa Apso definitely have their own peronalities. Chloe was the "Queen of Everything".
New puppy. Luna Bella. English Golden Retriever. Had two Shar Peis before.
Gotta love 'em, never-ending loyalty and love. We have two of 'em; Norman (the small terrier) and Baxter who's a Lab/Bull Mastiff mix. Of course, I have to also include my little buddy Mr. Stinky sportin' his bowler hat.
OMG - that face! LOL
Sign posted on our front door....
I wasn't a fan of small breeds until these 2 Westies came into my life. They both lived long lives. Then we rescued 2 more. The first time I took one to the beach he lost his mind! He passed on last year. We still have one and hey, even Bruce has one!!
This has been one of my favorite threads. The friendliness of the forum is a reflection of the number of dog lovers here. Our dogs have all sadly passed on, but they are: Misha, the Siberian Husky, our first and a just a puppy when he came to live with us. He was willful, loved everyone and was smarter than his humans. Beau Bear was a Chow mix; he was a stray who followed us home from a camping trip. And was the definition of perfect dog. They formed a tight bond and grew old together. The second pair came as a "package deal" from the local ASPCA shelter. They were given up together so the shelter wanted them adopted together. Woody (Dalmatian) and Hazel (Husky/Chow mix?) lived out their years with us, but they definitely had some issues, primarily due to their first humans' lackluster efforts to socialize them. We have also had a number of cats through the years, but that sounds like another thread.
Wonderful story. They are indeed special.
He kind of looks like my "pooch" these days ;-)
Apart from some gorgeous labs and retrievers owned by an aunt, I've been lucky to have four English Cocker Spaniels in my life. All have gone everywhere with us and have been much travelled. Their passports have had more stamps on than mine ever has. Three have crossed the Rainbow Bridge but Dolly the Diva remains with us for hopefully a few more years. She's around 12 to 13 now. Slowing down but still chasing about the house and enjoys any chance of new sniffs.
A lifetime of dogs usually 2 at a time. We lost both of our rescues our Weimaraner Cianna in 2019 and then our Chessie Marley in 2020. Marley could tell time. We would tell him to come back in 10 mins, 15 mins or 3 mins and he never missed. Crazy.
Not quite a dog, but here’s my daughter’s new friend.
If she us allergic look for hair or hairless breeds like poodles ‐ who are also incredibly smart and loyal.
Since it is doggy heaven I believe they prefer to roll in it rather than step in it.