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Old 06-24-16, 07:08 AM
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Rudy is a twice rescued dog. First time from a breeder and then from someone who adopted him and then neglected him.
When he came to my home it was only for "a couple of weeks", or so I was told. I don't like dogs.

Rudy had not been groomed in a long time. He was a stinking mess. He walked into a parked car one night due to not being groomed. Kinda of like a Sheep at first, but with dreadlocks.

He has found his forever home. I am pleased.

Rudy is always ready to help with naps, watching the blackberries grow, or my struggles with building my first wheel.

Likes his beer too.



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Old 06-24-16, 07:39 AM
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Sam's a lumpy 10 year old American Golden and Lulu's an 18 month old Great Pyrenees. Together they're over 200 lbs of canine fun. And hair.
I bet you don't go barefoot around the house, either.
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Old 06-24-16, 08:34 AM
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These are mine. The wire is Barbie, who is no longer with us. The longhair is Quincy. Both were rescues of sorts.
Barbie and Quincy by L Travers, on Flickr
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Old 06-24-16, 08:48 AM
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Old 06-24-16, 08:56 AM
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Originally Posted by CV-6
I bet you don't go barefoot around the house, either.
You got that right! I have to refinish the Douglas fir floors every 5 years to keep the damage in check.
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Finally a "Show us your dog thread"....
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Old 06-24-16, 10:11 AM
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Spooner, l'Epagneul Breton.



His favorite activity.





Spooner helping out in the shop.



Wiggins, adventure piglet.



Wiggins helping out in the shop.



PeeWee tightening a headstock jig in the shop.
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This is Macie Doodles...our full bred Bichon Frise! These pictures were taken at the 2013 Spaghetti 100 in Florida. I did a metric century and Macie was there to greet me at the finish!








She did enjoy the spaghetti lunch!
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Old 06-24-16, 10:30 AM
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@hamboneslim, Spooners got mad skills in the workshop. Pennsylvania cherry wood I'd wager?
Quite the slab on that bench!
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Loving the photos of dogs in baskets and trailers. I could get a trailer for my little one, but the big guy would A) be to heavy and B) not tolerate it.
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Isaac... couldn't find a photo of him with my C&V bike in the same shot... I'll have to fix that.

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Don't have many pics with dogs + Bikes, here goes: Cher, a sweet yellow lab, who passed in 2007. Gunny, a GSP/once in a lifetime hunter and best friend ever, lost to slug bait poisoning at age 9. Current dogs, sorry no bikes: Peaches, Yellow Lab/Shar-Pei X taken a few years ago. Gunny Jr. GSP/Coon Hound X, now working on being a good boy. Don
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Snookie

Chocolate Lab mix rescue dog named for the reality TV star...

And like her namesake, she is loyal, affectionate and dumber than a box of rocks.
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Originally Posted by vtchuck
Chocolate Lab mix rescue dog named for the reality TV star...

And like her namesake, she is loyal, affectionate and dumber than a box of rocks.
Labs often get that bad wrap, I wonder how true it is, are they less intelligent than other breeds or is it something about their disposition that we associate with lower intelligence?

Amoungst humans were are recognizing different kinds of intelligence are breaking down stigmas about what is smart and it is becoming recognized that standard IQ test is a measure of one kind of intelligence as we define it. My dog Jasper in the OP is probably part lab based on his face and his personality. Sometimes I think he's an idiot, but really it is probably me not understanding him.
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I love this thread more than I thought I would!
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Originally Posted by cyclotoine
Labs often get that bad wrap, I wonder how true it is, are they less intelligent than other breeds or is it something about their disposition that we associate with lower intelligence?

Amoungst humans were are recognizing different kinds of intelligence are breaking down stigmas about what is smart and it is becoming recognized that standard IQ test is a measure of one kind of intelligence as we define it. My dog Jasper in the OP is probably part lab based on his face and his personality. Sometimes I think he's an idiot, but really it is probably me not understanding him.
Don't get me wrong.... she is a sweet and loving pet. I think her early life is part of the issue... we got her from a high-kill Carolina shelter at 2 years... she had already had at least one litter and had lime disease and full-blown heart worm when we got her. Our vets had never seen a heart worm case...its very rare in Vermont and had to special-order meds.

Very lengthy & expensive treatment. She was very skittish and fearful. We had her wear a "thunder-jacket" for 3 months to ease the trembling as she acclimated to our home. Even after 3 years, she still stays in three downstairs rooms of our house.... afraid of the upstairs & kitchen. She doesn't play fetch and is uninterested or afraid of doggie toys.

On a positive note, she has evolved into a nice, people-centered pet. We often take her to visit my MIL at a assisted living facility and Snookie is a gentle and calm guest.... greeting the seniors and sitting quietly as she is petted. She loves walks and meeting other people and dogs.
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This thread has great potential. What kind of dog is that arex?

oops...probably wafi.
That's Sam the greyhound.
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@hamboneslim, Spooners got mad skills in the workshop. Pennsylvania cherry wood I'd wager?
Quite the slab on that bench!
Knotts knives? Looks like them.
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Skype the hound and Mattie the mutt. One purebred the other a rescue



@Jadesfire This was a foster we took in last Summer, a Bruno de Jura. Same breed?


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Layla, some sort of mix. Definitely some terrier. She stands off and watches.
She's a bad-ass and thinks so.


Willis, now 10 months, Maltese/Yorshire. Plays until he drops, then gets as close as possible. He's not a bad-ass, but thinks he is.
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Our puppy Chewie is from the humane society. Supposedly his litter was left at the dump. It was only later that we figured out WHY they might have wanted to leave them at the dump . Everyone instantly spots his one good quality: "What a good looking dog!"






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Knotts knives? Looks like them.
Ho-made. Zebrawood handles with ebony inserts.
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Originally Posted by MiloFrance
Skype the hound and Mattie the mutt. One purebred the other a rescue



@Jadesfire This was a foster we took in last Summer, a Bruno de Jura. Same breed?


Hmmm, can't see the pics. And I only found the mention because I was scanning the new posts in thi thread. When are quotes and mentions coming back? Does anyone know?

Edit: Neat- I've not heard of a Bruno de Jura before. But they are probably related. Eeyore is a Basset hound, which is also originally a French breed. Yours is more closely related to the Bloodhound.
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I love these threads.

Here's a few pics of young Jasper, our two year old Boxer. He enjoys our rides on the bike path, as long as it's not too hot and I manage the pace - so he doesn't burnout.

Ears back - aero mode.


He likes his snacks...and "mine" too.


If you want to waste a few extra seconds, here's a very short video of him on a ride.

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