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 Post subject: Re: Dogs
PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2016 6:33 am 
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MY former dog Scotty. Someone poisoned him back in May.
I miss him so much.


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 Post subject: Re: Dogs
PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2016 8:31 am 
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We had a 8 week old German Shorthaired Pointer join our family on 12/24/15. I never though we would get another after our 1st GSP passed almost 7 years ago. I guess it just took that long for us to be able to open up our hearts again.


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 Post subject: Re: Dogs
PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2016 9:34 am 
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One of my killers.... "Chica"

Caution: Your shoelaces are in great peril around this animal. :NailBite:

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This is Chunks. He is an Olde English Bulldogge. And an idiot. Love him anyway.


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 Post subject: Re: Dogs
PostPosted: Fri Jan 15, 2016 7:03 am 
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One of my killers.... "Chica"

Caution: Your shoelaces are in great peril around this animal. :NailBite:

[picture of scary looking beast]

I always put boat leather laces in my shoes!

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Our first son. Was told he was part German shepard, we think the other part is chow (color, shape of tail, black spots on tongue and roof of mouth). Absolutely great dog, super friendly to everyone. Unless we aren't home. Then he has a scary "going to tear your face off" bark/snarl going, so I'm told by several that have stopped by and thought he would come thru the door. Which makes him a really good dog. :good:

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Definitely looks chowish.... we had one that was mixed with Finish Spitz. A dedicated family dog. Gentle with children... but fiercely protective of family members. You would not want to be a prowler breaking into a house with one of these animals inside. :crutch:

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Our first son. Was told he was part German shepard, we think the other part is chow (color, shape of tail, black spots on tongue and roof of mouth). Absolutely great dog, super friendly to everyone. Unless we aren't home. Then he has a scary "going to tear your face off" bark/snarl going, so I'm told by several that have stopped by and thought he would come thru the door. Which makes him a really good dog. :good:

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I'm surprised that none of our "Aussie-members" spoke-up already . Doesn't he look like a DINGO ? --- Lol .

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lol to big for a dingo.
Ive lived here almost ten years and I think I have only seen one dingo in nsw in that time.
They sorta remind me of a short haired . coyote.


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I'm surprised that none of our "Aussie-members" spoke-up already . Doesn't he look like a DINGO ? --- Lol .


My father says he's a giant Dingo. I say he's a BDB, Big Dumb Beast. His personality is hilarious.

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