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My beloved Golden went to the remanufacturing facilities July 4 and he popped out of a new Mom on about January 21 or 22.

we can’t bring him home until mid March but we do have photos

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no tits yet....disappointed 

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Golden pups are the absolute definition of a puppy.

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After months of thinking about getting a puppy, we instead decided on this Ragdoll kitten.  Ragdolls are bred for personality, in that they are cats that act like dogs.  She does not disappoint in this respect...she comes when we call, meets us at the door when we come home, and follows us around the house.  And she is much less work than a dog.

Meet our Arrietty:

 

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they are cats that act like dogs. 

Best of all worlds.

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The plan was to wait six months after our last Corgi died before considering another dog. The plan lasted two days. Meet Wally.

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So tell me about corgis. 

Are they good citizens ? Shed much? Eat the furniture? Bite mailmans?

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Corgis come in two varieties. The smaller more common Pembroke (no tail) and the larger Cardigans which we have. Think big dog in a compact package. They are smart, agile, and energetic herders. They shed at least twice a year so regular brushing helps. I think chewing has more to do with boredom than breed but it has never been a problem. We had two dogs for a long time so they may have entertained one another. They are expressive dogs and tend to be clowns. Aggressive behavior would be unusual.

 

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10 hours ago, cyclone said:

The plan was to wait six months after our last Corgi died before considering another dog. The plan lasted two days. Meet Wally.

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She is our third corgi we will be getting another one soon.Having a pair is the funniest thing ever.

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Against my wishes, my wife brought home this bundle of joy 4 years ago...

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I think I'll keep her...

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1 hour ago, TonkaToy said:

Shatzi & Fritz:

 

 

 

standard breds with poodle cuts always remind me of Dee Snyder

 

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Our first Aussie, Hooky,  in her youth...

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Barley, Aussie number two, was a handfull...

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1 hour ago, Willin' said:

Against my wishes, my wife brought home this bundle of joy 4 years ago...

 

 

 

 

I think I'll keep her...

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The dog, right?

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15 minutes ago, Rasputin22 said:

The dog, right?

Classy stuff!

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Mini Aussie # 3. She just turned three and has a hot date next week for a set of pups before she goes under the knife for snipping.

Calling her a high energy handful is an understatement. I got her 5 months into retirement and could not ask for a better friend!!

 

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15 hours ago, Dorado said:

So tell me about corgis. 

Are they good citizens ? Shed much? Eat the furniture? Bite mailmans?

Corgis are awesome. I used to do steeple chases and hunter/jumper competitions. The stable I had my horse at had like 5 or 6 corgis. Fun and fearless. A big dog in a little body.

They're on my list of furry family but once Bella (GSP) kicks the bucket, I want to take some time off from animals and travel a bit. She's 15 but thinks she's 4...We'll see how that goes; I've never not had a doggie. I even had one in my college dorm which was against the rules until the RA met him. Chocolate lab which completely understood the English language. Tucker was a chick magnet.

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55 minutes ago, austin1972 said:

Corgis are awesome. I used to do steeple chases and hunter/jumper competitions. The stable I had my horse at had like 5 or 6 corgis. Fun and fearless. A big dog in a little body.

They're on my list of furry family but once Bella (GSP) kicks the bucket, I want to take some time off from animals and travel a bit. She's 15 but thinks she's 4...We'll see how that goes; I've never not had a doggie. I even had one in my college dorm which was against the rules until the RA met him. Chocolate lab which completely understood the English language. Tucker was a chick magnet.

They shed more than a husky.You will be able to make a few sweaters from the fur the drop.But they are worth all of the vacuuming. 

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Stanley when he was 10 weeks old.  

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Last summer at 10 years old.   

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16 hours ago, Willin' said:
16 hours ago, Rasputin22 said:

The dog, right?

Classy stuff!

Tuffe crowde.........             :)

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2 hours ago, Snaggletooth said:

Tuffe crowde.........             :)

No quarter given! 

We expect no less.

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12 hours ago, ROADKILL666 said:

They shed more than a husky.You will be able to make a few sweaters from the fur the drop.But they are worth all of the vacuuming. 

I've got a Roomba so I'd just be vacuuming the furniture. My GSP drops her coat 2x/year.

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We got our daughter her first dog last August. They are inseparable. Little blighter chews on everything. 

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Dogs kill humans over 50 times more then sharks and gators combine, and that doesn't count for all the diseases they spread,

They shit and piss all over the place and people think that's cute, then lick there ass and then your face, sounds good to me, and puppy mills keep the shelters full ,

Interesting the head of the ASPCA mades almost a million dollars a year , thought he love them ,

 

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9 minutes ago, garuda3 said:

They shit and piss all over the place and people think that's cute, then lick there ass and then your face,

 

Kinda like this, but not nearly as adamant...

Kids all gone and house quiet  AND clean.   

But we keep threatening to get a couple of cats (had great luck with male cats acting like dogs) or a dog when it gets a little too quiet.

But.  The hair (fur-whatever) The poop (walking around with a plastic bag full of poop...ick).  The pee.  The chewing.   The expense.   The walking.   The feeding.  The kennel (when traveling/sailing).  The dirt.    The general logistics.

Love the darn things but mostly from afar.   Someday, but not today.  

I get a funny feeling some very sweet and needy dog or cat will find us someday and that will be the end of our persnickety-ness.  In the meantime, thanks for the Puppy Pics.  

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my pooch. (I got him in the divorce). no longer a puppy.  still likes playtime. Caught mid-bark and about to get afflicted with the zoomies.

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10 hours ago, garuda3 said:

Dogs kill humans over 50 times more then sharks and gators combine, and that doesn't count for all the diseases they spread,

They shit and piss all over the place and people think that's cute, then lick there ass and then your face, sounds good to me, and puppy mills keep the shelters full ,

Interesting the head of the ASPCA mades almost a million dollars a year , thought he love them ,

I've always been a bit suspicious of people who don't love animals.

Strikes me they are missing some essential component of their emotional makeup.

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23 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

I've always been a bit suspicious of people who don't love animals.

Strikes me they are missing some essential component of their emotional makeup.

I love aminals , but I hate them caged up or on a leash , or in baby carriages , or living in small condo's ,...........or motional support collars for healthy people.

I had a friend that had a sign on the yard gate, close the gate so the dog doesn't run away, my question is if they had a great homelife why would they run away?

my emotional support Gator has little rat dogs as smacks , see I love aminals

This 7-foot-long alligator was found in a North Port resident's garage.

 

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Samson the Malinois.  Possible new pack member.  Smarts in spades.   Freaky good athlete for a pup.

 

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This is Neve, Italian for snow.

10 weeks old, newest member of Coppers avy dog program.

Sorry for the lousy flip phone photo, she really is adorable.

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Go for a walk now, Dad? Can we? Can we? Yeah!? Yeah!?

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Went for her first snowmobile ride shortly after that photo. Won't be long and she will be riding chairlifts then helicopters. Lucky dog.

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Looks like you got a winner B

Everything about that pic says Good Dog !

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2 hours ago, Dorado said:

Looks like you got a winner B

Everything about that pic says Good Dog !

Not my dog, but she will have a very extended family. Like so many working dogs her life will be exciting and rewarding, but to her it's all just fun.

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I'm unfortunately allergic to dogs, so we have cats....and the shredded upholstery to go with it. But in the spirit of the thread, I believe there is NOTHING cuter than a pointer pup. (Sorry Gouv, Goldens are clearly a close second) (and Goldens are better looking adults, too.)

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On 2/10/2020 at 4:53 PM, mainsheetsister said:

After months of thinking about getting a puppy, we instead decided on this Ragdoll kitten.  Ragdolls are bred for personality, in that they are cats that act like dogs.  She does not disappoint in this respect...she comes when we call, meets us at the door when we come home, and follows us around the house.  And she is much less work than a dog.

Meet our Arrietty:

 

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Like a baby Raccoon 

Sizing you up looking for weakness 

Kats have their whole fucking life to wait and plan the Purrrrfect RatFuck to put on you... 

And they Will 

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You are the problem Woody.

Cats are attracted to people who don't like cats.

 

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They're like Tribbles. :D

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Our new puppy Max and teenager cousin CoCo spending yet another rainy day in the filipino-style bamboo doghouse I just built. Wifey added drapes because, well, that is just what she does.

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at 8 weeks:

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at 10 years:

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How my puppy and his siblings spent the day Friday. His mother visits hospitals every week. 
For reasons of privacy I cropped and edited this photo. 

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On 2/21/2020 at 4:11 PM, On The Hard said:

I'm unfortunately allergic to dogs, so we have cats....and the shredded upholstery to go with it. But in the spirit of the thread, I believe there is NOTHING cuter than a pointer pup. (Sorry Gouv, Goldens are clearly a close second) (and Goldens are better looking adults, too.)

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Great shot!  A lot of ear and paw to grow into!

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16 minutes ago, Cal20sailor said:

Great shot!  A lot of ear and paw to grow into!

I had the same problem in my youth.  

It all worked out OK when I went into adulthood.  (And yes, at least in my case, it's true what they say about big hands.)

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9 hours ago, Gouvernail said:

How my puppy and his siblings spent the day Friday. His mother visits hospitals every week. 
For reasons of privacy I cropped and edited this photo. 

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I know I feel better now! Thanks! 

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My new puppies step siblings? Cousins? Photo is from last year at 14 weeks. 
Same mom dog. 
My puppy’s Dad dog is brother of the father of these puppies . 

note: Zi just got lucky about the pedigree. The breeder is a long time sailor friend who, when we met 40 years ago, kept her C-15 next to my Fireball in the AYC  dry sail area. 

The father of the  puppies in this photo is Daniel... the golden who didn’t win Westminster a few weeks ago but won the Internet . 
my pupoy’s  dad is Daniel’s  brother 
 

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12 hours ago, Dorado said:

That Daniel is a fine dog.

Fucking poodles  . . .<_<

Poodles say what?!?!?

 

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I admit I HATE the standard show cut...

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Just kidding. Great dogs. Victims of deranged hairdressers. 

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59 minutes ago, Dorado said:

Just kidding. Great dogs. Victims of deranged hairdressers. 

Yep, great German dog co-opted by the pesky French...  :P

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1 hour ago, Dorado said:

Just kidding. Great dogs. Victims of deranged hairdressers. gardeners

FTFY

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This is Kimi.  He just turned 10 months old and weighs 12 lbs.  Gonna be a bruiser...

 

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On 2/10/2020 at 7:53 PM, mainsheetsister said:

After months of thinking about getting a puppy, we instead decided on this Ragdoll kitten.  Ragdolls are bred for personality, in that they are cats that act like dogs.  She does not disappoint in this respect...she comes when we call, meets us at the door when we come home, and follows us around the house.  And she is much less work than a dog.

Meet our Arrietty:

 

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The picture above is from the day after we brought her home at 12 weeks.  This is Arrietty today at 9 months old:

 

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My old lab, Cappie chased a tennis ball over rainbow bridge last week. She was 12 or thereabouts. she gave me 8 great years after I got her out of a kill shelter. image.png.7f9e6b1c4c4e531854dfc5b24db99536.png

has been a rough week, but made just a wee bit easier with the introduction of this little terrorist who now owns my gf... image.thumb.png.584c0c9b24451991527cc43dfacfba03.png11 wk old Boykin Spaniel puppy from Charleston SC. sharpest fucking teeth on the planet!

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The grand-dog (black one on the right) having a blast with a new friend in the park.  They both look demonic.

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I know it's not totally puppy, but if you're impatient, scroll to 1:13

Just trying to lighten this shit up a bit!

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My old mate on the day he came home 12 years ago, and on Wednesday right before I took him to the vet for his final journey.

 

He was the goodest of good boys.

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Tinker is a Hungarian Vizsla.

 

Damn good dog.  Nuts, high energy, very affectionate.  Territorial, but splineless.

She can be a stubborn little asshole and I was ready to put a bullet in her and start over, but I sent her off for training for six weeks and I'm glad I didn't bury her.  She's with me most days of the week at work.

 

I'm trying to find pictures of her when she was just a little peanut

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Last picture is Tinker and her best friend Lucy.  My buddy's German Short pointer.  She's a fucking pheasant assassin.  Tinker likes to hunt, but isn't a fan of the shotgun.

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Much larger now.  If it comes when called and can play fetch it must be a dog, right?

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On 2/12/2020 at 1:55 AM, Ed Lada said:

No quarter given! 

We expect no less.

I assume the pitch was ironic. Nice base hit Gouv. 

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. . .and aforeposted psycho dog in a more pensive moment.

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