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  1. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by SunnyHazel View Post
    Here (hopefully if I do this right) is my sweet boy, Gauge. He's our co-dependent 1 year old Golden.
    That's not codependence, that's breed standard in Goldens.

  2. #47
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    Here's my monster.
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    She's part siamese, so she likes to follow me around the house while expressing all her concerns and dislikes. Her nickname is Complaint Department. She is on her dais in this photo, we all worship her from there.

  3. #48
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    Colby- My Nanny and Pawpaw had a cat named DC (D@mn Cat) for close to 20 years. He *adopted* them (umm my Pawpaw fed it) and got his name because my Pawpaw would say "Go away D@mn Cat" when my Nanny was around. My Pawpaw loved animals, but didn't want her to know he was adopting the kitten himself!

    Boots is a doll. I love Boxers and Rotts, what a precious baby!
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  4. #49
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    Here's a picture of our current two dogs. The black one is a long haired GSD and the little one is 1/2 boxer and lord knows what the rest is.






  5. #50
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    Quote Originally Posted by donnambr View Post
    That's not codependence, that's breed standard in Goldens.
    Ha, ha!! Yep, they definitely love their people! He's perfect for us.

  6. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by Python View Post
    Gosh! Grey Kitten looks exactly like my Blue
    I think they both have the phantom stripes in their tails. Grey has a small white patch on his chest and white toes on one foot.

  7. #52
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    Hope this works. This is one of my "guys," a codependent golden retriever. The other photo would not load for some reason. By the way, I'm loving seeing your pets; they have caused me to smile quite a bit this morning.

    KB
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  8. #53
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggie_Ama View Post
    Colby- My Nanny and Pawpaw had a cat named DC (D@mn Cat) for close to 20 years. He *adopted* them (umm my Pawpaw fed it) and got his name because my Pawpaw would say "Go away D@mn Cat" when my Nanny was around. My Pawpaw loved animals, but didn't want her to know he was adopting the kitten himself!

    Boots is a doll. I love Boxers and Rotts, what a precious baby!
    Our DC got her name similarly. My mom's (unaltered) Siamese was the mother, and DC was a horrible little kitten. Every time she got near my mom, she'd do something totally obnoxious like climb up her legs Needless to say it wasn't long before she was adorned with her name.

    Boots is a big baby. She curls up in what must be doggy fetal position all the time. She loves to run, tongue flapping in the wind

  9. #54
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    Tater's furbaby

    This is Jack, my four and a half year old Australian Shepherd. He is my running/hiking/snow-shoeing buddy who loves nothing better than riding in the back of my pick-up, or chasing his Frizbee, or his ball, or his squeaky toy. Nope, he's not spoiled either!
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    Four wheels move the body, two wheels move the soul.

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  10. #55
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    Hey Tater, my golden is named Jack too! Both of our dogs have "people" names -- Sam and Jack.

    KB

  11. #56
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    Gizmo (Gizmo Bear Webster) is our soon to be 10 year old Pomeranian.
    Kasey (Princess Kassopeia du Bear Webster) is my Coffee Cup Pom-
    Other folks have teacup poodles- what's wrong with a Coffee cup pup?
    Kasey will be 3 months old on thursday. She loves her big brother and he's her favorite toy. Gizzie does what every big brother is supposed to do with his annoying baby sister- he ignores her as long as he can until he has just snaps.

    Kasey is a Lance Armstrong fan- at just 1 pound, possibly his smallest
    As I was driving home from Alabama with her, I ran out of fingers for her to
    gnaw on so I gave her a LiveStong bracelet- it's now hers.
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    A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.

  12. #57
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaybee View Post
    Hey Tater, my golden is named Jack too! Both of our dogs have "people" names -- Sam and Jack.

    KB
    Cool! His sister, my mom's dog, is a Sam!
    Four wheels move the body, two wheels move the soul.

    2010 Kelson custom/Brooks B17 Imperial
    2009 Masi/Terry Damselfly
    2004 Specialized Dulce Elite/Terry Damselfly
    2003 Gary Fisher Tassajara/unknown saddle
    1987 Bridgestone 100/Terry Liberator X

  13. #58
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hub View Post
    Kasey (Princess Kassopeia du Bear Webster) is my Coffee Cup Pom-
    Other folks have teacup poodles- what's wrong with a Coffee cup pup?
    I've been loving these pictures, but the "Coffee Cup Pom" gets my vote for the most adorable picture EVER!
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  14. #59
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    catnip pads/blankets

    Hi Everyone!

    COLBY -- I found the catnip "blankets" pictured with our kids at Hannaford Super Market about a year ago. You can try this website

    http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/Shop.cfm?N=2002

    and see if they have something like it. (I get their catalog - they have some wonderful sales on stuff to spoil your kids ).

    I also saw them at Petco awhile back, too. There was also a company called "fatcat" which has some cat/dog chew toys & a "scratchy" catnip pad.... But, I couldn't find the site when I searched for it ....

    Hope that helps.

    I LOVE ALL OF THE BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS THAT ARE PICTURED ON THIS THREAD -- KEEP THEM COMING !!!

    Peace & Love,

    Denise


    "He who is cruel to animals becomes hard also in his dealings with men. We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals".
    Immanuel Kant

  15. #60
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    oh my gosh... you're all making it SO DIFFICULT for me I know when my old Pug Winston dies, that I will get another dog. For me, it's a given to share my home again... and Magnus will need company when I'm at work.

    That being said, I have been interested in possibly getting a bigger dog that I can walk with...

    I have been looking at several breeds on Petfinder... I don't need a purebred so a mix is fine too. I love the look of masked dogs, so the Boxers appeal to me... but I see all those muscles and get a little nervous about whether I can handle the training etc... same with Rotts... man, what gorgeous dogs... but SO strong...

    and I LOVE that Irish Terrier!!! Have also considered Bearded Collies... ah heck, who am I kidding... I'm considering most all of them... I know I'll rescue... just a matter of who and what breed or mix of breeds... sigh...

    anyway, right now, thanks to you all, I want one of everything please.
    There is a fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness".

 

 

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