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  1. #181
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    You have a sweet little birthday boy there Lois, love Sammy's big butterfly ears!

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    Then Bentley joined our little family 1 1/2 yrs ago, and oh my things will never be the same. Our Sammy weighs 15 lbs while Bentley weighs 6 lbs. Bentley certainly holds his own and their is a lot of jealousy. Just can't spread the love far enough. �� ��. ��. This picture was taken after he had some minor foot surgery.IMG_0089.jpg

  3. #183
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grampa Don View Post
    Here is our Sparky doing his morning yoga routine. It calms him.

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    Sparky is a tibetan terrior.

    Don
    My dog Bonnie (70 lbs of American Staffordshire/pit bull terrier) does this same yoga routine, though usually with her front legs up over her head. It's part of her morning routine. She'll lay there like that waiting for me to come over and pet her tummy and tell her what a wonderful girl she is. Of course she is not spoiled a bit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    My dog Bonnie (70 lbs of American Staffordshire/pit bull terrier) does this same yoga routine, though usually with her front legs up over her head. It's part of her morning routine. She'll lay there like that waiting for me to come over and pet her tummy and tell her what a wonderful girl she is. Of course she is not spoiled a bit!
    It's funny how pets can tell you what they want without saying a word. In the morning, Sparky will sit in the kitchen and stare at me. When I ask him what he wants, he'll look over at the cupboard where his treats are stored. My wife says that being spoiled is what they're for.

    Don

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    Here's the "real" Hoot & Annie -this pic is over a year old, and sadly Annie (on the right) has crossed rainbow bridge.

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    My fuzzy Lil buddy Fidget...


  7. #187
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    Alfie, Molly and a friend's pooch visiting us for the weekend - all Border terriers!

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  8. #188
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    This is our girl, Trixie the Chinchilla (yes, that was her official name, LOL). She went to the Rainbow Bridge about 4 years ago.



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    I am trying to find myself. Have you seen me anywhere?

  9. #189
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    I've only owned one cat. When I was going to college and living with my parents, I worked at a gas station that had a towing service. One day they towed in an abandoned car and there was a calico kitten in the back seat. I took it home and named it Ford, because that's where I found her. She was a sweet thing who only scratched one person. We had a friend of the family, Mrs. Kelly, an elderly woman. One evening she was helping my Mom in the kitchen and Ford was under her feet. She shut the refrigerator door, and Ford's tale was in the way. Mrs. Kelly got the worst of it.

    My Mom would not allow a cat to stay indoors all night, so Ford had to sleep outside. One morning I found her in the street out front.

    My wife and I got our first dog as soon as we had a place with a fenced in yard. Since then we've always had one. They seem to make the family complete. Our boys have had all kinds of pets; birds, snakes, guinea pigs, rabbits, lizards, fish, even a tarantula. And, for five years I had a pet mallard duck I named Spot. But, we've never had a cat. Here is a photo of Spot enjoying a dip in a trash can lid. She was a good girl. I still have one of her eggs.

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    Don

  10. #190
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    I've always had dogs -- well, except when the Army was transferring us around every time we turned around.

    I find dogs very endearing and comforting (I guess they touch some maternal instinct or something). I like BIG dogs, like labradors, pit bulls, german shepherds, etc. I have found them to be, at least in my experience, gentler than many of the smaller breeds, and generally, the bigger they are, the bigger a mush they are. I always get adult dogs from a rescue.

    My present dog, Bonnie the pit bull/Staffie mix, was abused and neglected in her former life, and now she is the biggest mush in the world. I adopted her a couple years ago at 7+ years old, got her medical issues taken care of, got her on decent food, and she has settled in to be the best dog in the whole world. She went from being quite fearful to now loving everyone in the whole world (except the mailman, for some reason) and recently almost kissed my plumber to death. She even loves the people at my vet's office. She just beams with the joy of being alive.

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    This is "Page" on her perch about to dive off. I got her as a stray eight years ago at the shelter with part of her ear chewed off. She wouldn't eat anything but dry food and was always rather emaciated till last summer. She had been strictly a house cat but I felt I had to try improving her life. I let her out, and thankfully, she stayed close to the house. Within a month she began eating from our plates...now, she prefers fish and braunschweiger. She gained weight and her fur just shines...I'm so pleased.

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    I love seeing all these photos of our wonderful pets, thanks to all who posted here. Butterfly, do you have a photo of your Bonnie, don't think I ever got to see her?

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    Last week waiting for me to throw his squeaky ball in back yard.


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    I've already posted Trav's "pretty pics" in my album.. so here he is showing off his BIG mouth.

    He's a 9+ year old Giant Schnauzer and he loves his tennis balls, doesn't play tug, or with any other chew toys.. just his 50+ tennis balls. Every time I mow the field, I accidently hit one hiding in the weeds/grass and send it shooting across the yard.

    (His nose always reminds me of a gorilla nose, or eyes looking at me.)

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  15. #195
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    Attachment 37749 This is my BabyCat

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