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05 Jul 2012 14:19

This is Scooter. Actually my roommates dog. but part of pack here in Baja

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It was all I could do to submit this comment I don’t know where the inspiration came from…
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09 Jul 2012 03:04

It was all I could do to submit this comment I don’t know where the inspiration came from…
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16 Jul 2012 20:38

It was all I could do to submit this comment I don’t know where the inspiration came from…
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sleeping dogs

06 Dec 2012 05:24

If you watch nothing else, watch the last clip starting at 3 minutes and 31 seconds... http://www.wimp.com/sleepingdogs/
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21 Feb 2013 19:58

Here's a pic of my pooch, much like my bicycle he's a hybrid. (Miniature Schnauzer/Alaskan Eskimo mix.)Image

I consider him to be the little brother I never had, even if I was an expert rider I would never even consider taking him along for one my rides. (It's bad enough I will end up crashing into somebody's finely groomed bushes at some point, no need to take the pooch along for this experience.)
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04 Mar 2013 11:19

My friend:
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Fox red Lab.

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In action.

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With the Cat:
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il Mito wrote:“I’m in pension, I don’t give a **** about training,” Ferrari said. “They are all strong without me. Did you see the Tour de France?”
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05 Mar 2013 00:05

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He's quite the lady killer, isn't he?

No worries, my male dog would have no weapons against those gorgeous, green ***** eyes, either.
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05 Mar 2013 09:09

He is, especially ladies in heat...

This one, pitbull, was just one week out of heat, so he was 'a little enthousiastic'. To say the least. She gave him a nice lesson :)
il Mito wrote:“I’m in pension, I don’t give a **** about training,” Ferrari said. “They are all strong without me. Did you see the Tour de France?”
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Dog using toilet

09 Mar 2013 18:16

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Men vs. Women Drivers

19 Aug 2013 18:52

Men vs. Women Drivers: Check out the dogs eyes...

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15 Dec 2013 19:03

I'll have to call my dog "Mr. 70%" from now on... he became very ill with vomiting and bloody diarrhea, has been in an animal hospital for the past two days. He's on an IV drip and several antibiotics, despite x-rays and various tests nobody knows what he had eaten or what happened. But it looks like he'll survive, another few hours without IV fluids and he would have been dead.

He became so badly dehydrated his hematocrit level went up to 70%, "normal" canine hct is apparently 37-55%. So hence his new nickname. ((Also, naturally I'm making a reference to a certain rider that would be more appropriate in The Clinic.)

Anyhoo, despite the horrendous vet bill I'm glad the little guy will make it.

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30 Jun 2014 16:41

on3m@n@rmy wrote:Dog loves World Cup?


That dog is the spitting image of my girlfriend's dog (a novascotian retriever). They're great family dogs and love playing (we play a version of tag rugby).

My gran had a border collie who would watch soccer on the TV and look confounded when the ball went off the screen.
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04 Nov 2015 21:17

Still alive, my dog is. (Will still refuse to take him along on any kind of ride,)
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04 Nov 2015 21:42

My 15 year old lab is in really close. I was hoping that she would just fall asleep, but I may have to make the decision. This is killing me!
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04 Nov 2015 22:59

jmdirt wrote:My 15 year old lab is in really close. I was hoping that she would just fall asleep, but I may have to make the decision. This is killing me!
Take her to the most compassionate vet you can find, and the rest of us doggie owners will just have to cry along with you.
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puppy

07 Nov 2015 21:21

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Re: puppy

07 Nov 2015 21:30

ebandit wrote:Image

Mark L

Nice looking pup! :)
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07 Nov 2015 22:06

thanks! irondan she is a big soft lump (7 stone) and has been my constant companion for 9 years
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09 Nov 2015 20:57

ebandit wrote:thanks! irondan she is a big soft lump (7 stone) and has been my constant companion for 9 years
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7 stones is something like 98 pounds, right? The lady is obviously a good eater. (And good pooper. :))

Anyhoo, nice pic, glad she's such a good companion.
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