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|tangy ||05-24-2007 11:52 PM |
notice how a dog can tell one alot about the owner? i have a 3 month old black lab:Black. we both can be very destructive and can get in peoples gluteus maximus alot! :twisted: what about you?
I have a Border Collie dog who likes other dogs :roll: Nope I'll buck the rule there. :mrgreen:
|Falina ||05-25-2007 07:15 AM |
I have a 10 year old Yorkshire Terrier called Bonnie. In general I'm not such a fan of small dogs - I prefer bigger ones with whom I can roll about with but when I got her a tiny dog was all I was allowed and I dare say that Bonnie is the exception to this rule anyway - she's fabulous, and very, very spoilt!
|Mating Slinkys ||05-25-2007 11:42 AM |
I have a very small boss who has 4 very large ridgebacks. It is hightly amusing to watch them walk her. but i guess they are all quite soppy (both boss and dogs) so size isn't everything...
My girlfriend (and I kinda adopted her, haha) have a beautiful Siberian Husky. I'll get some pics up when I get home from class.
|Mirta ||06-05-2007 11:44 AM |
I am owned by a three-year old dalmatian girl who loves other dogs just like me, enjoys cycling with me and is very diplomatic. She hates conflicts and brawls. Since I also have a company of an 11 year old dachshund who is always grumpy and enjoys some dogs' scandals (that's why his permanent residence is in the country with in-laws), I can compare these two personalities and safely assume that ... all dogs are wonderful people!
|reverendred ||06-05-2007 12:08 PM |
i have a 4 yr old St Bernard named lucy. she is a teddy bear. thinks she is a lap dog.
also have a 14 yr old cocker spaniel named sherlock. his name is quite fitting as he is a mystery. he has had a stroke and used to have seizures all the time. half his face is paralyzed from the stroke. its really a mystery how is still living. i like to call him the dog that time forgot
|Mirta ||06-05-2007 02:24 PM |
The real 'dog that time forgot' is our 23-year old part wolf, part 'god knows what' who also lives in the country with the old dachshund. He is big, black and well respected in the dogs' society. However, he had not been very lucky. His real owner passed away years ago and he came to our house as thin as a rake. He was 11 at that time. Since he has been living a very free, almost wolf-like life (free spirit) plus getting the best treatment and food (plus the respect), he has managed to remain a very handsome dog gentleman. He is partly blind, partly deaf, and sadly, lame now, but we love him!
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