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QSis

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A recent pic of my Grand puppy. She’s about 12.
Edit: when I’m chilling on the deck she likes to poke her head up when my leg is crossed lol
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LOL! That is an adorable shot!

Thanks for finding and bumping up this thread!

Here's my beautiful boy, Blue. He is a wonderful companion to me!

Lee

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Cooksie

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A recent pic of my Grand puppy. She’s about 12.
Edit: when I’m chilling on the deck she likes to poke her head up when my leg is crossed lol
What else can your dog do? I know they are very smart and easily trainable.


My sister's family is all about labs. They even had one in a wedding. I thought that was pretty cool.
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What can my cats do? They're superior beggars. They're superior alarm clocks. They're superior annoyers at times :mrgreen:.
 

medtran49

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I'm done with pets when our current ones pass. Said I was done when our last pugs passed, but then we folded and got Arwin and Strider, the pugs. Not going to give in next time. I don't want to leave a pet that has had been treated like a child to an uncertain future and we are getting too up in years to guarantee that they won't.
 

Cooksie

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She won’t eat or drink.
I know how you feel. I had a cocker spaniel that I just loved to pieces. She got to the point where she wouldn't eat. I tried everything, even hand feeding her scrambled eggs. She ate that for a while, but got to the point where she wouldn't even eat that. It's heartbreaking.
 
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