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    A few pics of the queen of the house..




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    Max my attack Corgi.




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    seems like guns and dogs go hand in hand, lol. both seem to be our best friends.

    this is my Akita, Justice.



    this him and his grandfather



    this was a friends jack russel. my dog loved to chase him around till he was too tired to move. that jack was FAST. everyonce in awhile he'd get caught though, and thrown around like a rag doll. he always came back for more though, fearless little git



    My cat KC. I've had him since I was a little tyke, and he's been having some age induced medical problems. I'm not sure if I'll see him again by the time this deployment is over, :'(


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    The dog I want to get if my wife ever lets me own another dog. Irish wolfhound they are supposed to be excellent with kids and other animals.



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    The dog I want to get if my wife ever lets me own another dog. Irish wolfhound they are supposed to be excellent with kids and other animals.
    Our Irish wolfhound just passed away they are like any other very large breed of dog big baby’s to their family haha . However when the SHTF whoever they are pissed at are SCREWED they are bread to hunt wolfs so they are very fast and pull like an Ox if you don’t train them right. The breeder we got ours from said the mother of the pups kills any animal that get anywhere near the puppy’s. Said the mother killed a wolf, few coyote's and two deer one larger than the dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgerider View Post
    Our Irish wolfhound just passed away they are like any other very large breed of dog big baby’s to their family haha . However when the SHTF whoever they are pissed at are SCREWED they are bread to hunt wolfs so they are very fast and pull like an Ox if you don’t train them right. The breeder we got ours from said the mother of the pups kills any animal that get anywhere near the puppy’s. Said the mother killed a wolf, few coyote's and two deer one larger than the dog.
    Sorry to hear that.. that was my only negative on the list about that breed is their extremely short lifespan.

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    This is Rommel, my 9 yr old Dachshund, yeah he's a small guy, but very protective of his turf, and he doesn't have one of those yippy small dog barks, like many Dachsies he sounds much larger than he is, the neighbors thought he was much bigger before they saw him






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    These are my boys.


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    These are our three goofballs, all rescued. The one in the back was purchased from a personal rescuee, the Rott was found wandering, starving and emaciated and the little one was in the neighbors yard starving and without cover. We're verry happy to have them in our home!



    Oh, and we have three cats we rescued too, the grey kittie was left behind at a local business when his mom moved the rest of the family, the black one lived on a farm eating mice and birds, and the fat one was given to us by a friend who had too many cats already....they don't really enjoy the dogs so much.


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    This is my boy Cash. I picked him up from the pound when he was about 3 months. He is just over 3 now and my demo dog for my training classes.


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    The first is a picture of our Bouvier, Noche'. The second is our DobemanPinscher, Merlin, playing with our daughter's dog.



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    Here's our girl, Becka, at play and at rest.





    And sometimes, who knows?



    She's a little older now and a lot grayer.

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    My Zazu

    So. My wife and I suffered the loss of our daughter's ( and our) dog while she was away from home. Our pretty female's name was Houston (I forget why). The empty nest had a need so wifey & I went to a shelter which had advertised a Ridgeback that was Oh! so very handsome. And he was. But I thought that while we were there we should be en joy all of these critters that needed a leg up. We came to a cage where sat a little pooch that was so much in tune with us/me. She belly walked over to greet us/me and I we fell in love. It's been ten years now and I have to say that if you are looking for a friend and should chance upon a lab & pitt mix, grab her and don't let her go.

    I'll tell you why. The first day we left her alone in the house she chewed on a rug. I scolded her & it didn't happen again. The second day she pissed on the floor. I scolded her & it didn't happen again. We,were playing once and she bit me. I scolded her & it didn't happen again. We live on a busy street so we took the time to teach her our perimeter and in ten years she's broken it once. She learned from that without an harsh scolding. I guess what i'm trying to convey is that there are many shelter dawgs out there worthy of hearth and home. Mine is perfect.

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    My Dwarf Octopus, loves Hermit Crabs his staple diet.

    14Gallon Salwater Biocube Aquarium

    Salt Water My Pygmy Octopus Nano Cube Eating Hermit Crab On His Diet Nocturnal - YouTube

    Link doesnt show check him out at wnppmy octopus YouTube

    But my all time experience was Jellyfish, awesome to view these in your living room!

    View these beauties wnppmy Jellyfish First Days YouTube !

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    The three stooges after we adopted them from the local SPCA back in 2005, Bella, Buddy and Boots.



    The three stooges recently, Buddy, Bella and Boots.



    Boots high on catnip!

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