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    Talking Pet pics

    Since many of us have pets that are smarter and more attractive than we are, I say it's time for some new "mug shots". Here is my 8 month/80 pound German Shepherd, Homer.
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    Here's a pic or our Cat/Son, ROCK.
    Rock was 12 years old when we first saw him at a Petsmart store in Baton Rouge. My girlfriend and I had gone there to adopt a guinea pig only to find that there were none available. While most people are quick to adopt cute little kittens, older cats are often overlooked. The elegant way this "old man" carried himself attracted us to him. We have had Rock for 3 years now and he is an integral part of our lives. I hope everyone gets as much joy from their pets as we do from ours.
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    this is my cat....whom believe it or not will be 21 years old in july!! and still going strong!

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    Here's my dog, Riley. He's a handful, let me tell you!
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    Bo the wonder dog! This is an older picture somebody took a shot at him and he lost a leg since this picture was taken (nice people in the world huh!). Anyway he still loves to ride the truck.
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    Meet Drifter, he is almost a year old now. Weighs about 60 pounds. Have to say Goldens are great dogs. He has some personnality!
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    Oh, yeah; here's my bunny, Binky. She's a killer, man!
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    " It's just a bloody rabbit.......... ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh!"
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    Hey 430, I watched The Holy Grail on DVD Wed night!! One of my all time favs!

    Anyhow, here is my Boy, Nikita - purebred Alaskan Malamute, and all of about 150lbs! On Tuesday night I was across the road at the neighbours, sipp'n beer, and he decided that he wanted to join us. The Rotten Bugger hooked the gate latch not once BUT FOUR separate TIMES to open the gate! And that was even after I put a "D" hook on the latch. Then he got real mad, and knocked down part of the fence in the back yard to get out. BLOODY DOG!!!
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    2-7,

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    My 90 pound chocolate Lab, who will be 3 in Sept.
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    Dalmatians 190, 290, & 390:

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    Very nice dogs, Dal. I even showed the ladies here in the office..... They like'm too!
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    Hogan's on the left - he's a pound dog, about 18 months old, and about 50lb. He appears to be a retriever/something smaller mix.

    Red Dog is the old man on the right. My husband picked him up as an adult stray in 1992, so we figure he's at least 14. He's a 75lb setter/retriever mix.
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    Duke and Timber. Both came from the local SPCA.
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    We have a 5 year old Beagle. Sam is the apple of our eye. He taught himself to go to his kennel as soon as he heard the tones. I also use to take him to the local elementary school to perform Stop, Drop and Roll. I had to quit taking him due to allergies in the school but he sure got the message home to the kids. All the kids know Sam the Beagle Man. If he were ever loose in town it wouldn't take long to find him!!

    There sure are some wonderful looking animals on this board.

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    My Bernese Mountain Dog saved from a shelter
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    haha, Buns rule.



    Casper is the White one, she's girl, but we didn't know that till after we named her. Indy is the black one, he was found on the Fourth of July(Inpedendence Day), and so we called him Indy. A good friend of mine runs a rabbit rescue in RI, she has lots of buns that have been abandoned, set free etc. So if anyone wants a bunny, please check her out out at Sweet Binks Rabbit Rescue

    Bunnies are great pets, as I'm sure ThNozzleman will agree. They can be litter box trained and they are very sociable animals, but they need lots of attention, so don't get a bunny to just keep it in a cage or hutch. That is just cruel.
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    ok, sorry, I suck, here are the pics, lol


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    Here is my 3y/o, 45lb Female chocolate lab (Coco)
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