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2018-07-10 01:56:55 PM  
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2018-07-10 02:14:04 PM  
Frenchie still wound up in Woostah, so a mixed result IMO.
 
2018-07-10 02:40:25 PM  
If you are traveling with a doggy, or are seated next to a doggy who needs assistance, place the mask on the doggy's snout first.
 
2018-07-10 03:02:31 PM  
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Darla is getting the hang of things. Haley, the Irish terrier... has zero problems with the new dog. Nigel, on the other hand, seems to be a bit wary when she gets into a playful mood. Darla also does not seem to understand much doggy verbal communication due to her being crudely debarked along with the other dogs she was rescued with. In general, they are fine, but I cannot leave them out and about together. She'll start to follow him around, he'll do a little growl and she won't get the message. So I just tell her that Nigel is not a toy. So if anyone has any thoughts or ideas, I'm all ears!

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2018-07-10 03:03:00 PM  
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2018-07-10 03:04:03 PM  
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2018-07-10 03:26:25 PM  
A very unhealthy puppucino as a one off treat

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2018-07-10 03:26:26 PM  
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Lucy wholeheartedly approves of this story.
 
2018-07-10 03:36:11 PM  

Gubbo: A very unhealthy puppucino as a one off treat

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What a cutie! :)
 
2018-07-10 03:40:31 PM  
I did it! :D

Ironically, I submitted this on Monday first, so I guess it IS a repeat... :P
 
2018-07-10 03:40:48 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: Gubbo: A very unhealthy puppucino as a one off treat

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What a cutie! :)


Oh he knows it as well, don't worry.
 
2018-07-10 03:53:44 PM  
Mayhem is in a Cone of Shame this week. He has some sort of infection on his back leg.
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Here are Mayhem and Moxie being jealous that Mischief still has some of his chew left.
 
2018-07-10 04:02:34 PM  

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Darla is getting the hang of things. Haley, the Irish terrier... has zero problems with the new dog. Nigel, on the other hand, seems to be a bit wary when she gets into a playful mood. Darla also does not seem to understand much doggy verbal communication due to her being crudely debarked along with the other dogs she was rescued with. In general, they are fine, but I cannot leave them out and about together. She'll start to follow him around, he'll do a little growl and she won't get the message. So I just tell her that Nigel is not a toy. So if anyone has any thoughts or ideas, I'm all ears!

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Are you talking about the Basenji mix being crudely debarked? They aren't supposed to bark...they make a sort of screaming demon yodeling sound tho.
 
2018-07-10 04:20:40 PM  

Phionix: I did it! :D

Ironically, I submitted this on Monday first, so I guess it IS a repeat... :P


You're good :)
 
2018-07-10 04:56:02 PM  

optikeye: Psylence: [img.fark.net image 850x637]

Darla is getting the hang of things. Haley, the Irish terrier... has zero problems with the new dog. Nigel, on the other hand, seems to be a bit wary when she gets into a playful mood. Darla also does not seem to understand much doggy verbal communication due to her being crudely debarked along with the other dogs she was rescued with. In general, they are fine, but I cannot leave them out and about together. She'll start to follow him around, he'll do a little growl and she won't get the message. So I just tell her that Nigel is not a toy. So if anyone has any thoughts or ideas, I'm all ears!

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Are you talking about the Basenji mix being crudely debarked? They aren't supposed to bark...they make a sort of screaming demon yodeling sound tho.


No no, the Dobermonster was crudely debarked. Also discovering: she likes socks.
 
2018-07-10 05:12:56 PM  
 
2018-07-10 08:58:39 PM  
UnSeasonable but you get this anyway:
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Wolf on Isle Royale MI in wintertime, photo in Dec/Jan2001 Ntl Wildlife magazine  one of quantity Directed to ReCycle.  Photog Rolf Peterson.  Regret clumsy crop lowest right; shows in preview but not in compose pane.
 
2018-07-10 10:31:57 PM  
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Mayhem got a bigger cone, he could still get to his leg in the old small one.
 
2018-07-10 11:04:23 PM  
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Buckwheat grabbing a nap while waiting for my son to get off work
 
2018-07-11 01:48:41 AM  
Where everybody go?
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2018-07-11 07:33:03 AM  

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Mayhem got a bigger cone, he could still get to his leg in the old small one.


Now he'll get all the channels!
 
2018-07-11 09:03:49 AM  
He said the bear started it.
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2018-07-11 09:12:27 AM  
Local daily paper's run b&w illustrated ad for Old English sheepdog pups last several days. Seller's in W KY, Bowling Green or nearby could be Rabbit Hash for all I know. Thinkstock royalty-free foto source had this of 2 young adult, which pups ought resemble fairly soon. Cringe @ prices for pet "livestock" these days --
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2018-07-11 09:15:58 AM  

GalFriday: He said the bear started it.
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So what did the bear say to make the dog snatch out his eye?
 
2018-07-11 09:16:45 AM  
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Still recovering from Caturday.
 
2018-07-11 09:17:41 AM  
I had to say goodbye to my one and only , Stella last Thursday. She was my rescue pup for 8 years, a skinny stray somehow even though she was full blooded black and tan coonhound. She was the most loving, gentle and mellow dog ever. Unless you were a small or not so small furry animal and then she became the thing engrained in her genes, a fierce, determined huntress who was relentless in her job.
She started refusing food a few weeks back, I initially put it off to picky biatchiness. But it persisted and long story short, she had a large abdominal tumor choking off her stomach and intestines.
We spent the 4th of July together, i cooked her chicken-thigh soup to not much avail, and I said goodbye on Thursday.
She was a grand dog. My heart is so badly broken...
This was the last photo i took of her, last Tuesday, the last time she was strong enough to look out her favorite window. Now I'm going to go cry again.
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2018-07-11 09:17:54 AM  
Only thing dog related this week  is we decided to up the retired greyhound count in our house from 2 to 3. Should be getting one in September right before the whole racing industry is speculated to collapse.
 
2018-07-11 09:18:53 AM  
Hi, all. I missed last week, but I wanted to let you guys know that, on Monday, my foster cowgirl finally got her spay and entropion surgery! I will not post a pic, though, because she resembles Heath Ledger's joker right now. Once her face heals up a bit, I will show her to you all.
 
2018-07-11 09:20:17 AM  

lurkylongtime: GalFriday: He said the bear started it.
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So what did the bear say to make the dog snatch out his eye?


According to the dog, the bear was being a dick and wouldn't shut up.  I didn't ask for specifics and when I went to question the bear, most of his brains had been removed and scattered on the carpet.  The bear passed away shortly after.
At this time, I am still investigating the murder of the bear.  I have a strong circumstantial case, but no conclusive forensics to back it up.
 
2018-07-11 09:20:39 AM  

uberalice: I had to say goodbye to my one and only , Stella last Thursday. She was my rescue pup for 8 years, a skinny stray somehow even though she was full blooded black and tan coonhound. She was the most loving, gentle and mellow dog ever. Unless you were a small or not so small furry animal and then she became the thing engrained in her genes, a fierce, determined huntress who was relentless in her job.
She started refusing food a few weeks back, I initially put it off to picky biatchiness. But it persisted and long story short, she had a large abdominal tumor choking off her stomach and intestines.
We spent the 4th of July together, i cooked her chicken-thigh soup to not much avail, and I said goodbye on Thursday.
She was a grand dog. My heart is so badly broken...
This was the last photo i took of her, last Tuesday, the last time she was strong enough to look out her favorite window. Now I'm going to go cry again.
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I am sending you ALL the virtual hugs right now.
 
2018-07-11 09:22:31 AM  
Scary story, glad it had a happy ending.  There are actually a number of airlines that won't let brachycephalic breeds fly because of their increased chances of having breathing difficulties at altitude (commercial airline cabins are pressurized to 5,000 feet, not sea level).
 
2018-07-11 09:22:48 AM  

laulaja: Local daily paper's run b&w illustrated ad for Old English sheepdog pups last several days. Seller's in W KY, Bowling Green or nearby could be Rabbit Hash for all I know. Thinkstock royalty-free foto source had this of 2 young adult, which pups ought resemble fairly soon. Cringe @ prices for pet "livestock" these days --
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I had an Old English sheepdog growing up.  He was a great dog and used to herd all the kids.
 
2018-07-11 09:26:19 AM  
Rosie making Rosie-like faces.
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2018-07-11 09:34:13 AM  
My Vet specifically told us not to fly with our pugs, she said flat faced brachycephalic dogs should stay at home . We put them in a kennel and we don't have to worry about them dying mid flight.
 
2018-07-11 09:35:56 AM  

uberalice: I had to say goodbye to my one and only , Stella last Thursday. She was my rescue pup for 8 years, a skinny stray somehow even though she was full blooded black and tan coonhound. She was the most loving, gentle and mellow dog ever. Unless you were a small or not so small furry animal and then she became the thing engrained in her genes, a fierce, determined huntress who was relentless in her job.
She started refusing food a few weeks back, I initially put it off to picky biatchiness. But it persisted and long story short, she had a large abdominal tumor choking off her stomach and intestines.
We spent the 4th of July together, i cooked her chicken-thigh soup to not much avail, and I said goodbye on Thursday.
She was a grand dog. My heart is so badly broken...
This was the last photo i took of her, last Tuesday, the last time she was strong enough to look out her favorite window. Now I'm going to go cry again.
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Hang on a sec, construction outside the window is blowing some du- no, no I'm not even going to do that. Stella and you deserve the honest emotions. I cannot express enough how many of my sympathies you have.

::internet-stranger hug::
 
2018-07-11 09:37:19 AM  

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Lucy wholeheartedly approves of this story.


OH! 10 week old Emma has the same face shape! So, she will be beautiful like Lucy when she grows up hopefully!  Emma gained 2.5 lbs in 2 weeks. The worming - nothing that ugly should come out of something that damned cute - thats all i'm sayin.  *shutters*  Thank Dog, the Dr took care of that!  Recheck in 2 weeks. She is still not allowed around other pets per the Dr. Sketchy birth history, parvo and distemper are a big problem here right now. The Dr said her immune system is not up to par and to wait until the puppy shots are further along.  She did make friends with the old guy up the street so visits him.
Was concerned about socializing her.
 
2018-07-11 09:39:42 AM  

uberalice: I had to say goodbye to my one and only , Stella last Thursday. She was my rescue pup for 8 years, a skinny stray somehow even though she was full blooded black and tan coonhound. She was the most loving, gentle and mellow dog ever. Unless you were a small or not so small furry animal and then she became the thing engrained in her genes, a fierce, determined huntress who was relentless in her job.
She started refusing food a few weeks back, I initially put it off to picky biatchiness. But it persisted and long story short, she had a large abdominal tumor choking off her stomach and intestines.
We spent the 4th of July together, i cooked her chicken-thigh soup to not much avail, and I said goodbye on Thursday.
She was a grand dog. My heart is so badly broken...
This was the last photo i took of her, last Tuesday, the last time she was strong enough to look out her favorite window. Now I'm going to go cry again.
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<internet hug>
 
2018-07-11 09:44:02 AM  
Kudos to the Jet Blue employees.

A big FU to people who continue to breed dogs with built-in defects, like French Bulldogs and their breathing issues.
 
2018-07-11 09:45:03 AM  
This is his "Go ahead and try to make me do it"

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2018-07-11 09:46:16 AM  
Beagle on Pillow; still life; 2018.

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2018-07-11 09:46:58 AM  

uberalice: I had to say goodbye to my one and only , Stella last Thursday. She was my rescue pup for 8 years, a skinny stray somehow even though she was full blooded black and tan coonhound. She was the most loving, gentle and mellow dog ever. Unless you were a small or not so small furry animal and then she became the thing engrained in her genes, a fierce, determined huntress who was relentless in her job.
She started refusing food a few weeks back, I initially put it off to picky biatchiness. But it persisted and long story short, she had a large abdominal tumor choking off her stomach and intestines.
We spent the 4th of July together, i cooked her chicken-thigh soup to not much avail, and I said goodbye on Thursday.
She was a grand dog. My heart is so badly broken...
This was the last photo i took of her, last Tuesday, the last time she was strong enough to look out her favorite window. Now I'm going to go cry again.
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*sobs right along with you*  I am so, so sorry. I still cry over losing Zetta last month. My soul is forever wrecked. Sending you an epic hug. :(

On one hand, I know my life was spectacular for the time I had with my best friend being in it. OTOH, I want my dog damn it. Here's another hug - I need one too :(
 
2018-07-11 09:53:58 AM  
Dogs are great.
 
2018-07-11 09:55:30 AM  

no_tan_lines: uberalice: I had to say goodbye to my one and only , Stella last Thursday. She was my rescue pup for 8 years, a skinny stray somehow even though she was full blooded black and tan coonhound. She was the most loving, gentle and mellow dog ever. Unless you were a small or not so small furry animal and then she became the thing engrained in her genes, a fierce, determined huntress who was relentless in her job.
She started refusing food a few weeks back, I initially put it off to picky biatchiness. But it persisted and long story short, she had a large abdominal tumor choking off her stomach and intestines.
We spent the 4th of July together, i cooked her chicken-thigh soup to not much avail, and I said goodbye on Thursday.
She was a grand dog. My heart is so badly broken...
This was the last photo i took of her, last Tuesday, the last time she was strong enough to look out her favorite window. Now I'm going to go cry again.
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*sobs right along with you*  I am so, so sorry. I still cry over losing Zetta last month. My soul is forever wrecked. Sending you an epic hug. :(

On one hand, I know my life was spectacular for the time I had with my best friend being in it. OTOH, I want my dog damn it. Here's another hug - I need one too :(


Thank you so much and thanks to everyone for the hugs.
I'm sorry for your lossas well. And i agree with everything you said. I wouldn't give up a single thing she brought to my life but losing them is always so hard. I don't know if i can go through it ever again.
 
2018-07-11 10:01:39 AM  
Hoover is doing well on his med for Pulmonary Fibrosis.  The coughing has calmed down for him.    He got me up in the middle of the night because he was in front of the sofa in the family room, barking (he wanted up).  I brought him to bed and he slept.  I had to move fast to keep my spot in bed. Now if I could just get rid of my cough.  (Bronchitis, I am on antibiotics now).

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2018-07-11 10:04:29 AM  

uberalice: I had to say goodbye to my one and only , Stella last Thursday. She was my rescue pup for 8 years, a skinny stray somehow even though she was full blooded black and tan coonhound. She was the most loving, gentle and mellow dog ever. Unless you were a small or not so small furry animal and then she became the thing engrained in her genes, a fierce, determined huntress who was relentless in her job.
She started refusing food a few weeks back, I initially put it off to picky biatchiness. But it persisted and long story short, she had a large abdominal tumor choking off her stomach and intestines.
We spent the 4th of July together, i cooked her chicken-thigh soup to not much avail, and I said goodbye on Thursday.
She was a grand dog. My heart is so badly broken...
This was the last photo i took of her, last Tuesday, the last time she was strong enough to look out her favorite window. Now I'm going to go cry again.
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My deepest condolences on your loss.
 
2018-07-11 10:07:29 AM  
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2018-07-11 10:25:19 AM  
Drama recovering from the Dog Park.
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2018-07-11 10:32:46 AM  
Stanley poolside this last weekend...(insert joke about dog days of summer)

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2018-07-11 10:43:44 AM  

lurkylongtime: GalFriday: He said the bear started it.
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So what did the bear say to make the dog snatch out his eye?


Bet it was looking at him funny.
 
2018-07-11 11:09:41 AM  

uberalice: I had to say goodbye to my one and only , Stella last Thursday. She was my rescue pup for 8 years, a skinny stray somehow even though she was full blooded black and tan coonhound. She was the most loving, gentle and mellow dog ever. Unless you were a small or not so small furry animal and then she became the thing engrained in her genes, a fierce, determined huntress who was relentless in her job.
She started refusing food a few weeks back, I initially put it off to picky biatchiness. But it persisted and long story short, she had a large abdominal tumor choking off her stomach and intestines.
We spent the 4th of July together, i cooked her chicken-thigh soup to not much avail, and I said goodbye on Thursday.
She was a grand dog. My heart is so badly broken...
This was the last photo i took of her, last Tuesday, the last time she was strong enough to look out her favorite window. Now I'm going to go cry again.
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goddamnitsomuch,
You did so right by her and she had a grand life thanks to your kindness. The hole in your life will heal and leave a mark in her shape that will bring you warm thoughts and loving memories. Once the sorrow has passed.
 
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