|07-27-2012, 05:52 AM||#623|
Joined: Sep 2011
Location: Southern ME
Almost forgot "old man Hunter"
Hes the old man of my pack and he thinks he can take on german shepherds! Little man syndrone. LOL.
|07-27-2012, 06:32 AM||#624|
Joined: Aug 2008
Location: Citrus Heights Ca.
Those who go back aways in this thread may remember the introduction of Flex. He's Flud's replacement as my best buddy and has great big shoes to fill. He's doing it. He's much different than his aussie predicesor.
He's 1 year old now as of 7-23-12. He was taken for his first camping trip on that occasion. I found he again gained new heights in his knowledge/behavior as the result of a 4 day outing in the woods.
Still, he can not be trusted to keep from eating any type of crap. He's fanatical about sourcing discusting things to eat. Thus, we keep a close eye on him.
You choose a puppy and you team up with him for good or for bad. The resulting pet is a reflection on the owner's determination and patience.
I have completely lost count
and here's my channel...
|07-27-2012, 06:32 AM||#625|
Made in Argentina
Joined: Dec 2010
Location: WashingtonVille, NY
Yesterday find Franky in sleeping position peacefully dead!! :(
ONLY 4 years old and the day before he was playful like ever having fun with Niko in the backyard.
We'll miss him dearly, Franky was such a COOL cat!!
Juanjo_NY screwed with this post 07-27-2012 at 06:38 AM
|07-28-2012, 06:22 PM||#626|
Blues Deluxe by JB
Joined: Nov 2006
My sympathies NY,
My Richard is having a hard time. His FIV is catching up to him, he may have a week to a month left.
It's always hard to let them go but my Richey is going to be especially tough.
He came to us 7yrs ago and we figure he may be 11-13 yrs old now.
Richey passed away today. Very hard to see him go, he never did anything wrong, he gave love and enjoyed eating, the best Cat anyone could ask for. He will be missed.
* 05FJR/74R90s *
Mid-TN Pixel Hunt
Won't ever be at ease till I feel that southern breeze in Tennessee. Waylon Jennings
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|08-29-2012, 09:13 PM||#627|
Joined: May 2009
Meet Chief, the Alaskan Husky.
Chief and Max, the Belgian Shepherd, quietly discussing their wolf heritage.
Chief came from a rescue in northern New Hampshire for retired sled dogs. He and his mother were found abandoned and went to a kill shelter before making their way to Muddy Paw. There he got to run with dogs from winning Iditarod teams before coming to his new home in the city. Despite his unfortunate start, and the stigma that some [assholes] attach to a rescue, I could not imagine a more perfect dog and encourage anyone still mourning the loss of a best friend or unsure about a rescue to, at the very least, go walk a dog (or cat) in need.
|08-29-2012, 09:38 PM||#629|
Joined: Dec 2011
Location: The Shaky Isles
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