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    Incurably Addicted John in Covina's Avatar
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    Good luck with the new puppy and have fun!!! You always re-learn some lessons about love, that is a special gift you get from your dog.

    We always sing to Max, I make up new words to familial tunes. "Max the magic puppy, lives on the couch and frolics in the ba-ackyard chasing all the leaves about!" (To the tune of Puff the Magic Dragon)
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    No pets at the moment, , but let me join teh Doxie love fest. I grew up with Dachschunds. Standards and mini's, red's, black and tan's and dappled's.

    So smart, and onery and completely unaware of how small they are.

    My folk's dogs will sit on the back of the couch in the upstairs living room and bark like mad at the moose passing below. The only time I ever saw them cowed was one morning when they were let out and a moose was in the driveway. They had seen it walk up, I guess, so out they ran, barking like mad to defend their turf.

    Until they rounded the corner.

    I couldn't see the moose's reaction (I imagine a "what the h--- are those things?") but the dogs put on the brakes and were, for once, speechless. Their little heads tilted up in unison at the moose just feet away and then they levitated, changed direction 180 deg in the air, and ran back for the door as fast as those stumpy legs could carry them. The moose then stuck its head around the corner, I'm sure still trying to figure out why it had so suddenly been attacked by weasels and where they had disappeared to.
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    Our girls...

    Two whippets...both ten years old and blood relatives from the same kennel.

    Chloe...a true clown with tons of personality and a cast iron pit of a stomach that is seemingly, always empty:



    Echo...the hunter who is becoming a real softie with age and who loves to steal our three-year old daughter's toys:



    Although not sisters, you'd never know it:

    "Who needs hair when you've got a sweet hat?"

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    Love whippets!

    Such sleek lines and a beautiful animal!!

    JD

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    As DEVO would say...

    whippet good.

    Matthew Carberry

    Colbert: “While skin and race are often synonymous, skin cleansing is good, race cleansing is bad.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by moustache
    Such sleek lines and a beautiful animal!!

    JD
    Thanks, JD...they are beautiful when standing still and breathtaking when in full stride. Sorry for the loss of your Koshka. I've experienced the loss of a beloved pet and wish you my sincerest condolences. She was a beauty and I see that she also sported a great set of whiskers!
    "Who needs hair when you've got a sweet hat?"

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    Ay.

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnysan
    Thanks, JD...they are beautiful when standing still and breathtaking when in full stride. Sorry for the loss of your Koshka. I've experienced the loss of a beloved pet and wish you my sincerest condolences. She was a beauty and I see that she also sported a great set of whiskers!
    Ay,that she did.The whiskers put mine to shame they did.I miss her more than the wife does as i tend to be more attached to my cats.I have not been without a pet since 2 yrs old!!
    But then again,i have no doubts that a new feline is in the future plans
    Thanks ever so much for the kindest words.

    JD

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    BABIES!!!!!!!

    Here is my pubby kisses.


    This is Georgia, shes half shar-pei, and half Rodesian ridgeback.

    85lbs of snuggles!



    LD

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    Mmmmm

    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Day
    Here is my pubby kisses.


    This is Georgia, shes half shar-pei, and half Rodesian ridgeback.

    85lbs of snuggles!



    LD

    Yes,that croissant looks good!!!!
    I can understand that stare!!!

    Beautiful pup that is there.

    JD

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    Georgia on my mind!

    Seems like a sweety pie that Georgia! I'll bet she thinks she's a lap dog too.

    Doggies kisses are happy love!
    Blue Skies!

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