Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by Otto, Jun 22, 2007.
My pet and this photo is a year old, he looks a lot better now.
"She wasn't a horse. She was a Marine."
Statue to be unveiled that will honor this horse.
Given up sheeps stuff.....Swapped for Greyhounds....loads and loads of greyhounds..
The small brown and white one is Paddy...a greyhound in training...Well she thinks she is...
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My GSD Freya
Very bratty puppy named Kona who loves to tear apart beach balls. Better pix coming soon!
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Alabama Boston Terrier Rescue saved this old dear from death row.
She had five more years of happy life.
Here is my dad with his mother and his Boston Terrier in 1943. I love the ball in her hand.
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Finnish nr. 1 Fighter ace Eino Juutilainen with Peggy Brown, an Irish setter.
Not my dog but this is somewhat pet related. This made me cry:
Paws up, sweetie and RIP.
This little guy is who I like to call my little fuzz ball. He's a yorkie who was a rescue puppie from a puppy mill. He is five years old. His name is also Mason.
He also likes to take a nap every once in a while
I know this is a bit of a bump but I also wanted to mention our second dog Carrie. She is a mix between a springer spaniel and a beagle. We call her a 'speagle' for short.
I don't suppose you ordered her from a catalog?
Anyone remember fleagle.?
Nope all I got is Weimaraners, they like to run, love to hunt and kill things (had one took down a full sized deer once). They're great people dogs not at all aggressive but, kind of clingy, they always have to be right with you.
This is Max.
This is Abbie.
This is Gunner.
Lovely dogs, almost a blue gray...
If i said Fleegle, Bingo, Drooper and Snork...ring any bells?
Ahhh, yes! Weren't those the Banana Splits? Totally forgot that show. My sisters loved it when we were kids, I liked it too.
Na na na...nana na na...yes.
I was doing some laundry early this morning, and Mozzie decided to take advantage of the warmth. He does this quite often, he has much more success evading detection when our white linens are laundered.
Hadn't been to this thread in a while Otto. Thanks for posting the Mozzie update and bringing it back to my attention. Noticed my dog pics disappeared, I don't know what happened.
Here's why my fingers are always lacerated. I'll go to work with a big bandage on one or more and the guys at work will say, "been teasing your dogs again. Haven't you?" This is the little girl dog, Abbie.
Sooo glad to hear im not the only one mate...i have scars up both arms, my puppie, now six months had the sharpest teeth and claws...a couple of really deep cuts too...(All from play) now shes older her teeth have started to round at the ends and daily walking has kept her nails blunt...ahhh cant wait till she grows up...about another year!