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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by J Bird, Apr 8, 2021.
Little Whitley joined our family on Monday. She is such a sweetheart!
Awesome , many happy years together
Do you live on the water? She'll love that!
She looks quite a size for a puppy. What'll she be like fully grown!
Wishing you many years of joy together.
What a doll!
And what a lovely setting! Where is that?
Congratulations, nothing like a dog to brighten your day.
Happiness is a wet Labrador!
So, she's a Bird dog?
Yep, we live on a 12 acre lake in Washington state.
She's 4 1/2 months old and, yes when full grown she will be sizable.
Quincey, the 11 month old German Shepherd, adores her.
Wishing you all years and years of joy.
He can't be all that fond of her---he won't share the bed.
Dogs are the finest of God's creations. They bring unconditional love, affection, and loyalty to a family! I hope they have a long and happy life together with you.
Oh, man...those are two great dogs!
Congratulations, she is a beauty. I wish you all the joy and happiness with her.
There is nothing better than going home to a pet that believes we are heroes.
Just a beautiful dog! Congratulations!
Congrats on Whitley!
They make a lovely pair...
I just adore GSD's...
Wishing you many many years of togetherness....
Congratulations, Congratulations, Congratulations - now that looks like trouble!
I've got to say I'm really envious. My first big dog was a GSD named Henry J. My last was a Lab/Pyrenees. Both were exceptional dogs. My health keeps me from owning another as it wouldn't be fair to the dog. A dog won't let you cry. It's the best way to get over the loss of one. They give you unconditional love. They're only around for a short part of your life. You're there for their entire life. They aren't just a possession; they're part of the family. Enjoy the antics, the companionship, and the nose art on the windows. I may be a bit prejudiced, but you've got two of the best. Give 'em some oomlucks (Star Trek/Ferengi for ear rubs) for me.