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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by drmilktruck, Mar 23, 2020.
Here is my little charge....Shiner. He's a 4 year old Jack Russell terrier.
Emma 8 yrs old...unbelievably smart!!!
I love all these beautiful doggies! What a nice thread. Our Siberian Amka is getting big at around 5mo old.
Ohh, the shedding!
Mommys Lil Monster
Philmore Flashington the First
Are you people trying to kill me with cuteness!?!?
Here are our two boys, Chara-Han and Asterion-Solo. They just recently passed their K-9 Good Citizen training.
Sheba as a very young puppy:
This is Maverick. Named after Brett and Bart Maverick.
And this is Magnum, named after Magnum PI TV show.
Looks like a world of trouble to me. Wonderful!
Jackson looks like my daughter's dog, except he's not moving at warp speed.
My loyal practice/jam buddy
Punkin Pie, my mini Schnauzer from a few posts back, is 100% certain that that’s what she looks like too. And what’s even stranger is that she has her brother, who’s four times her size, equally convinced that she’s a giant brute.
Oh, he can definitely move when he wants to. That’s the fun part about taking the dogs to the off-leash park, getting to see him let his sight hound half loose. I may be biased, but I think it’s downright majestic to watch.
I've had three of those myself - great dogs.
Here's our rescue, Chloe -- we think she's got some Havanese in her... about 7 years old now; we've had her five years. She ain't nothin' but love.
Cleopatra aka CleoPUPtra aka Cleo
Looks like my Lab Pyrenees---at 6 months old. She topped out at 130 pounds---and was the runt of the litter. Still was a lap dog.
I’ve been missing my old dog Red. Had to put him down last October.
We’ve still got Jack, but he’s more my wife’s dog and sees me more as a facilitator of doors and biscuits.
Then these two females wandered up. We live out on a one-lane county road and someone apparently abandoned them - in the middle of January, which even in Texas can be harsh. I had spotted them several times on my property and figured they had strayed from some neighbor’s farm, but soon it became apparent they were abandoned and starving. No more. Now they’re fed and sheltered and providing endless, expert demolition services. Here they are on a break from destruction.
Cleo is what’s called a “Brindle Lab”. She came from a litter of all black labs, but was the only one with brown brindle markings on her paws, underside, and muzzle. People always think she’s muddy.
She stopped growing at 63lbs.
Everyone said she’d be huge because her paws were as big as her head when she was a puppy, but we were all mistaken.
Bless you for saving them.