Let's meet your dogs!

NomadicMedic

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I didn't see this post in the search, do forgive me if it's been done before.

But, let's share photos of the furry friends.

Here's Maddie... My Border Collie/Lab mix.

 

cynikalkat

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cute doggies!
My chocolate lab, Moose, passed away in March :( I cant make the picture load-oh well.
 
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Epi-do

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We have two Aussies. The first one is Glory, and the second one is Epi.



 
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NomadicMedic

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Great pictures. I had an Aussie for years. He's 15 years old now, and still lives with my ex in Charlotte.
 

mycrofft

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This was the predecessor sort of

http://www.emtlife.com/showthread.php?t=16662&highlight=labrador+retriever

Since it is so old, many of the picture links are dead and many responders are gone. Press onwards!

Currently, I "have" a pretty little Chihuahua-mix, and a tricolor small beagle, both animal shelter graduates. They get along with our 11 year old Himalayan cat, and our most-recent adoptee from the County shelter, a mixed-Siamese named Zaboomafoo ("Zoomie" to her friends) who brings dead field "mice", rats, house mice, and voles in for me to dress and cook for her (NOT).
 

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I don't have dogs, I have furry children :)
 
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mycrofft

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...Hence the "quotations" I used on "have".

Especially if you saw what percentage of the bed I wind up with versus my 20 inch long, eight pound curly tailed little varmint.
 

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This is Kipper. She was dropped off, for some reason, at the Reptile Rescue League in a nearby city. The vet thinks she is pitbull/whippet. I never have her on a leash and she doesn't bark.. ..much.. lol

She's got some scars on her nose, neck, and legs, which makes the vet think Kip was a bait dog for dog fighting.



 

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My furkids

I don't have dogs, since I'm not allowed to have dogs and cats where I live. I am however, allowed to have small, caged pets. So here are my fur-kids. Clean, quiet, litter-box trained, and very affectionate rats.

Jake and Josh were pet-store rats, and named after a pair of deckhands from the Cornelia Marie crab fishing boat.
Peter was adopted from a family who was looking to re-home him due to the child getting 'bored' of him.
Arabella was adopted from a rat rescue that I've adopted several from in the past. She was named after the pirate due to her 'eye patch' and her tendency to dig for buried treasure between the couch cushions.

And yes, I've had them all spayed and neutered.
 

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fast65

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This thread makes me miss my old cocker/springer spaniel, Oreo that I had to leave with my parents when I moved. I don't think I have a picture of her though :(

EDIT: Found one :p

 
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Tigger

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He will eat you. Seriously.
 

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bigbaldguy

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This is Yolka. She is far more mean than she looks.

 

Handsome Robb

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I'm trying to find a picture of Pip and Squeak. Yes my family dogs are named Pip and Squeak :rofl: They live with my mom now.
 

CritterNurse

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I've seen too many examples of animals helping out other animals to list.

I've had rats that would bring food to sick or disabled cage-mates, or help try to make them comfortable by fixing their nests if they can't do it themselves. I've seen dogs 'guarding' a sick or injured housemate.

Some days I almost feel like animals take better care of each other than some people do.
 
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