Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by NecroMonger, Feb 24, 2010.
Here's an older one of me and my buddy Gimli:
^ He looks very regal: Here I am sitting upon the human assigned to me for just that very purpose . . .
^^ *SELINA* be sure to tell Merlin he's very handsome too!
Zoe who loves to swim and surf in our pool.
^^She's adorable - a real triple threat - cute, sporty and talented - have you heard her sing?
Ahhhhh!!!! cuteness overload! Must...shield...eyes!
More interesting than the picture of the dogs themselves is the shadow of the person who is taking the picture. Or at least who appears to be taking the picture:
We have a blackbird imitates the horses in the field next door. The starlings prefer the police sirens.
Mine won't play with them. God knows I've tried.
Not my pet -- is it just a toy? -- but it's so cute! http://cuteoverload.com/2010/03/07/dont-let-this-one-steep-too-long/
I love that one of the cats sleeping in random spots.
And one of my absolute favorites...black dog on white snow. Of course we had no snow in MA this year. Maybe that stupid global warming thing is for real!
Loves those flapping ears!
Another of Max who firmly believes that ANYTHING that touches the ground is HIS!
Not my pet, but a baby dik-dik.
I still want one!
I found the pic at www.zooborns.com
My old dog Beau. He took his final car trip last Friday. He had arthritis so bad he couldn't even stand up and walk anymore. He was probably 15, he'd been with us for 13 years after we rescued him from the pound.
I'm sorry to hear that, but at least you gave him a godd home for many years.
Might she be zinc deficient? Back when Sam was younger, she'd eat all the turds she could find. Doc prescribed some vitamins and recommended a food change, and she stopped. Doesn't even take the vitamins anymore, yet still completely ignores poop.
And, here is the lovely Samantha, my 7 year old Beagle-Lab, after eating my brother's homework a few weeks ago (you can bet he was enthused that he could finally use that excuse)
Her and I.
Beau looks a lot like my dog Dallie. She's 15 years old and has some difficulty standing and walking. I give her whole body rub downs 3 times a week, and try to feed her foods rich in oils that help lubricate her joints. She, too, was a stray and we got her when she was 6 months old. I dread the day, and I empathize with you.
We feed her some high end, large breed puppy food, but it's worth looking into. She's getting spayed this coming Friday. I'll ask the vet while I'm there. Perhaps they can draw some blood while she's under.
In other news, we spent Friday and Saturday in Maine, just wandering along the coast. My other dog, who's hungry as he's on a diet, ate just about any dead thing he found along the beach. Naturally, this gave him gas. Between the sulfur from the toots, and the saltiness from the stuff he ate, his butt was doing a pretty good job of imitating the smell of a mudpot at Yellowstone.
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