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Old 01-24-2008, 01:19 PM   #81
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Thanks for posting all the dogs. I love dogs, too, and am sure we all really enjoyed seeing the photos. I know I did!
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Old 01-24-2008, 01:41 PM   #82
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Got some bacon in there, and the last one is our giant dog Ted when he was just a little 5 pounder...
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Old 01-24-2008, 02:42 PM   #83
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Thanks for posting all the dogs. I love dogs, too, and am sure we all really enjoyed seeing the photos. I know I did!

Me too !
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Old 01-24-2008, 03:41 PM   #84
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honodog..cheese..sorry Kibble ..................The Money Shot

Honodog in Waikiki Bar.............Guy on Waikiki Beach looked strangely familiar??!!
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Old 01-24-2008, 06:05 PM   #85
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What no pugs in the whole group?!?!
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My best friend for 14 years as a very young pup (lost him about 16 months ago). My avatar is Smokes on his last boat ride.
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My puppy...Palmetto Pal at 4 months...Learning to drive...
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Thank you! Keep bringing on the canine kids photos! Not at a point to get another, but eagerly await the day for it to happen again!

My parents - the "keepers" of typically large breeds (labs, rotties, shepards, and dobermans) just "inherited" (mom's friend passed away, and her sister asked mom if they would keep "Puppy" - a 14 year old male Lhasa Apso! (sp) ) He is training my parents...they are not used to "house dogs"!
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Winter on N. CA coast - Gyro doesn't care - but I am freezing!
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My puppy...Palmetto Pal at 4 months...Learning to drive...
My dogs are licensed but aren't allowed to drive. Damn nanny state!!
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Thanks for showing us your canine family members. It’s so difficult for me to resist adopting one for myself.
Every morning I read the newest edition of the Daily Puppy.

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I never had a dog before I retired and with the cost of health care going up, I decided to choose one that would not only be a great companion but also a nurse maid.
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At last: a solution to the health care crisis! smj99, you're brilliant!
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Here is my little girl Daisy at 8 weeks.



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Chloe (on the left) Pembroke Welsh Corgi (adopted from a family that no longer wanted her)
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Lovely dogs, and how about that Boykin! What great, under-rated, wonderful family dogs they can be, in addition to the best hunting dog you could imagine!
Saluki, what's that golden up to now--90 lbs?
I remember a lady in Charleston that had 3 or 4 Cavs, and they were the most graceful and elegant spaniels I'd ever seen. I bet they are wonderful RV dogs.
Maddy is so sweet and soft looking. We had a warehouse Beagle when I worked at the chandlery, his name was Bixby and he'd try to eat you if you moved his chair he slept in or if a stranger tried to pet him. Made it a bit tough if customers ever came in to buy something!
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