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    Well I saw some love given out for a pup in the WIWT thread. So, being a dog lover/owner, I figured I would start a thread for everyone to show off their pups!

    Here is Boo! She is a 5 year old pug that my fiancé rescued!

    Last edited by Creature; December 11, 2014, 09:02 PM.

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    Here's my little guy (again), a 14-week schnauzer pup named Freddie:



    My brother's 1-year lab/pit mix, Elsa, who I more or less fostered for a couple months earlier this year:



    My parents' 13-year chow (possibly) mix, Sasha, who we rescued as a puppy when I was a high school sophomore:



    Her "breed" name was also the inspiration for my SN. Prior to owning Sasha, I grew up with 3 (large, white) Great Pyrenees named Cactus, Olaf, and Beau.
    Last edited by LesserBlackDog; December 12, 2014, 04:48 PM.
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      #3
      Here is Otto (black one) and Choco (brown one). Otto is an American Staffordshire Terrier and Choco is a pit bull boxer mix. Both were recused and love sitting in front of the fire. Gas bill tripled this past month partly because of this.

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        #4
        Meet Milo.
        He is our 8 week old Frenchton (French Bulldog/Boston mix)
        I just got him for my sons as an early Xmas present after our 14 year old Rat Terrier passed away recently.

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          #5
          This is my kind of thread! I love dogs of all shapes and sizes. Here's my right hand.



          He's a real giant of a Shetland Sheepdog. He wound up growing to twice the size of his parents and siblings.
          Last edited by bruschetta; December 12, 2014, 05:17 PM.

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            #6
            Here's Howard, 7 or 8 year old basset hound, blue heeler, who-hell-knows mix. He's our fur baby.

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              #7
              Originally posted by ArtVandelay View Post
              Meet Milo.
              So I'm just going to need your home address [MENTION=13102]ArtVandelay[/MENTION]. Also, preferably hours when you won't be home. It will make it a lot easier to steal your dog.
              "You don't need money to dress better than you do" - Salvatore Romano

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                #8
                Originally posted by greg_s View Post
                So I'm just going to need your home address [MENTION=13102]ArtVandelay[/MENTION]. Also, preferably hours when you won't be home. It will make it a lot easier to steal your dog.
                Too funny [MENTION=2055]greg_s[/MENTION]

                I imagine you could get my address from the many databases that track all my online shopping.
                At this point, I doubt he would put up much of a fight since he sleeps most of the time.

                Seriously though, he is an awesome little dog and doesn't mind being in front of my camera (unlike my 6 & 8 year olds).

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                  #9
                  I cannot be appropriate about it. That is one cute fu*king dog. I thought my wife was going to die when I showed her. Sorry about the old pup, but congrats on the new one.
                  "You don't need money to dress better than you do" - Salvatore Romano

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by greg_s View Post
                    I cannot be appropriate about it. That is one cute fu*king dog. I thought my wife was going to die when I showed her. Sorry about the old pup, but congrats on the new one.
                    Thanks [MENTION=2055]greg_s[/MENTION]. My wife did just about die when I brought him home.

                    Honestly, we had a long run with our last dog and saw the end coming. Putting her to sleep was tough but the hardest thing was watching the kids deal with it.
                    It was the first time they ever had anyone close to them pass and I had to go through the whole death explanation with them.

                    Fast forward, they are all over this puppy and seem to only remember good times with their "ghost dog" as they call her now. Kids recover amazingly quick I have come to learn.

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                      #11
                      [MENTION=2573]alan[/MENTION], where you at bro.
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                        #12
                        Originally posted by bruschetta View Post
                        This is my kind of thread! I love dogs of all shapes and sizes. Here's my right hand.



                        He's a real giant of a Shetland Sheepdog. He wound up growing to twice the size of his parents and siblings.
                        This pretty much just comes with living in Scotland, right? You move in, have a spare key made, set up the utilities, pick up your sheepdog...

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by LesserBlackDog View Post
                          [MENTION=2573]alan[/MENTION], where you at bro.
                          Oh, geez. We take a lot of pictures so Roxy has 1981 cataloged pictures of just her, but this is one of my favorites. She's part Australian shepherd and part border collie. She's very smart, but without the hyperactivity that sometimes comes with herding breeds.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Shomas View Post
                            This pretty much just comes with living in Scotland, right? You move in, have a spare key made, set up the utilities, pick up your sheepdog...
                            It's actually a visa requirement. They won't let you into the country without your sheepdog.

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                              #15
                              So he isn't a dog, but just bought a house and he came with it and I want to show him off haha. Gentlemen meet Llarry.

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