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Old 05-30-20, 11:23 PM
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Old 05-31-20, 05:09 AM
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Polly McGee. English Lab. One year old. Best fur-kid ever!

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My wife & I are doing a much needed & delayed spring cleaning. clearing out years of accumulation including an old piano that was my wife's grandmothers. Inside the piano we found a photo of our "pre- Jazz" terrier mix Squirt, and youngest daughter Liz from 2006. Somehow that photo got inside and I honestly don't remember it. A flood of memories came back. I've had 4 dogs in my life, all like members of the family...Squirt was the 3rd. We really grieved when he passed, nice to be reminded of him again when he was only about 5 months old.



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Old 06-22-20, 11:31 AM
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Brought an 8 week old Red Tri Aussie home Friday June 19th. Meet Darby.


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Brought an 8 week old Red Tri Aussie home Friday June 19th. Meet Darby.
Excellent choice. Beautiful dog.
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Old 06-26-20, 11:11 PM
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My pittie is terrified of the firework noise. Since late May they've been popping around here and these custom earmuffs have helped her alot.

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The boys enjoying the sun at our cabin in the Bighorns.
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Old 06-27-20, 09:51 AM
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Maddie (now 14)

My buddy.

Unfortunately she does not accompany me on bike rides. I bought a pull behind kid carrier for her, but she would have none of it. We take walks together.


At the park

Those people won't talk to us.

Christmas lights.
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Old 06-29-20, 08:50 AM
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The boys enjoying the sun at our cabin in the Bighorns.
Hmmm... this looks... familiar
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Old 06-29-20, 02:58 PM
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13 year old PWDs aren't much for hiking but Percy didn't want to stay home. Joey was fine.
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Bring back the dog thread!

Here's Ollie, our latest. Another adoption, we got him a couple years ago from the Humane Society. This is his first day with us, when we went to look at him he was prettu traumatized, basically ignored me, would walk away if I tried to pet him, but he started to fit in pretty quickly once we got him home.


He's a border collie/Australian shepherd mix, which I guess some people call an English Shepherd? I dunno. He's a pretty smart little guy but has massive storm anxiety and fireworks are not his favorite either.

He likes car rides and is a great passenger. Doesn't move around much, just choses a seat and stys put for the most part.
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Old 10-26-20, 11:23 AM
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My granddog and grandcats are staying with us for a couple of months. Here is Cairo who likes to lie on the cat bed.


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Old 10-26-20, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by DesmoDog View Post
Bring back the dog thread!

Here's Ollie, our latest. Another adoption, we got him a couple years ago from the Humane Society. This is his first day with us, when we went to look at him he was prettu traumatized, basically ignored me, would walk away if I tried to pet him, but he started to fit in pretty quickly once we got him home.

He's a border collie/Australian shepherd mix, which I guess some people call an English Shepherd? I dunno. He's a pretty smart little guy but has massive storm anxiety and fireworks are not his favorite either.

He likes car rides and is a great passenger. Doesn't move around much, just choses a seat and stys put for the most part.
Beautiful!

My mini Aussie on the last page (Bailey) is the same with storms and fireworks. I’ve had success with full spectrum CBD oil. She was noticeably at ease ~5 mins after consumption (curled up shaking in the bathroom corner -> still in bathroom, but laying relaxed and no panting.)
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Old 10-26-20, 12:14 PM
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Two dogs on a bike. Murphy in the trunk, Jack in the sling.
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Old 10-26-20, 01:38 PM
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This is Roxi. We've been with her for a year. She's three years old.


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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
My granddog and grandcats are staying with us for a couple of months. Here is Cairo who likes to lie on the cat bed.


Our dogs would get along wonderfully. Big dog in little dog bed.

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Our Current "Best Girl" Leia, a 13year old Italian Greyhound. We are an I.G. family and have had the pleasure of having 4 of them grace our home. Our first, Aero lived to the ripe old age of 19 and when we brought him in to the vet for check-ups the doctor would have his residents come in to see the geriatric canine!
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I have a pet squirrel too. They're buddies.
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Originally Posted by natterberry View Post
Beautiful!

My mini Aussie on the last page (Bailey) is the same with storms and fireworks. I’ve had success with full spectrum CBD oil. She was noticeably at ease ~5 mins after consumption (curled up shaking in the bathroom corner -> still in bathroom, but laying relaxed and no panting.)
Yeah... we've tried just about everything with him. Aside from being around other dogs at a local doggy day care the only thing that works are full on prescription narcotics, and even then you have to give them to him before the storm hits or he'll power through it.

The good news is he's typically not destructive. He'll toss a room by pulling everything off the bed or couch or whatever and then move to the next room to see what he can mess up. I say typically because on a couple occassions he has pulled carboard boxes out of a closet and shredded them. Doesn't touch what is in them though.

The BIG exception to this was the one time he walked into a bathroom and the door closed behind him. Massive destruction trying to get out. He even tried to go through the window. He gave it a heck of a try, destroyed the window covering, the window frame, and a bit of the wall, but couldn't get out. Which is good. That window is three stories up. We started putting him in the aforementioned doggie day care when it was going to rain after that.
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This is Dooley. We have a 2 paw law in the house, meaning at least 2 paws have to stay on the floor. He pushes it to the limit.
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Originally Posted by greg3rd48 View Post
Three year old Dempsey is a Tennessee Treeing Hound that we adopted from the shelter when he was a pup. We arrived late on adoption day and dozens of dogs had already found homes including his two siblings. Dempsey was a small cowering pup that was in a cage next to the enclosure of two massive, barking pit bulls. I suppose his frightened demeanor scared other potential owners away but we knew we found our dog. An incredibly intelligent, fast, nimble and affectionate being who is the best buddy of our other little one. Only squirrels and rabbits must proceed with caution around our brindle companion.


Adept guard dog



Efficient gardener



Lover of bean bags



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Looks like we have similar taste in bikes and dogs, eh?

Several years after losing our 35lb rottie/beagle mix Sophie, we finally decided to start hunting for another fur kid. A couple months ago, stumbled upon Coco here, but pretty sure she's full-on Plotthound vs. TN Treeing hound. She'd been surrendered to animal control in north-central GA with her two sisters after being apparently puppy-milled. We were initially looking for another smaller sized beagle mix, but she won us over when we met her. Great with our two younger kids.

Was clearly abused, an outside dog, bred during her 1st heat, and had been fixed by the country shelter while in her 2nd heat, just like her two sisters were. Was afraid of sticks and men with hats at first, would slump back from either. Full of personality now. Acts like a typical 1-year-old, smart as a whip. Only poops in mulched spots of the yard from day 1. Taught her to sit, lay down, give paws super quick. Just need to break that squirrel and chew fixation and we're in like Flynn.

After hunting for more info on the breed, after two other neighbors nearby told us what she was, I found the TN treeing hound. She definitely fits more of the Plott breed style. All-around great pup, didn't realize how much I missed having a four-legged friend in the house all those years.

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