Post photos of your dogs (Vol 4)

Post photos of your dogs (Vol 4)

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Bobberoo99

24,300 posts

65 months

Thursday 5th December 2019
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^^^ Agreed, the description of Max and the big stick pic made me smile!!!

S100HP

11,266 posts

134 months

Thursday 5th December 2019
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GAjon said:
Holley’s just fine, but she is an extremely strong dog, the strongest of all the labs I’ve had over the last 40 years.

Edited by GAjon on Thursday 5th December 13:11
beer

She looks great in that image

996owner

1,394 posts

201 months

Thursday 5th December 2019
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GAjon said:
996owner said:
Sandy and Belle, both at the Rainbow Bridge


Here's Max. He loves large sticks. He's almost 3 years old.



Beautiful.
Thanks, Your lovely photos made me share mine.

Because I travel a lot (well use to when Max was a puppy) Max lives with my mum who's 81 ! They are inseparable. I've offered to take Max back incase he's too much for her, Mum said "he gives me a reason to get up every day"


996owner

1,394 posts

201 months

Thursday 5th December 2019
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S100HP said:
GAjon said:
Holley’s just fine, but she is an extremely strong dog, the strongest of all the labs I’ve had over the last 40 years.

Edited by GAjon on Thursday 5th December 13:11
beer

She looks great in that image
I wonder if the Lab breed is getting stronger in general? Our Max is very strong, that said he's the first pure breed lab i've ever owned. A recent vets visit said Max was over weight. His parents were massive strong dogs and his brother (we keep in touch with the owners) is just as big and stocky...

paulguitar

11,949 posts

80 months

Thursday 5th December 2019
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Bobberoo99

24,300 posts

65 months

Thursday 5th December 2019
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paulguitar said:
"My head's heavy, I'll just rest it here!!!" cloud9

Lazermilk

3,282 posts

48 months

Thursday 5th December 2019
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Rocco the red nose reindeer...

Bobberoo99

24,300 posts

65 months

Thursday 5th December 2019
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Lazermilk said:


Rocco the red nose reindeer...
smile bless him!!!

paulguitar

11,949 posts

80 months

Friday 6th December 2019
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Bobberoo99

24,300 posts

65 months

Friday 6th December 2019
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paulguitar said:
So many questions on his face!!! smile
You may have said before Paulguitar but what breed is Reginald??

paulguitar

11,949 posts

80 months

Friday 6th December 2019
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Bobberoo99 said:
paulguitar said:
So many questions on his face!!! smile
You may have said before Paulguitar but what breed is Reginald??
Well, the simple answer is we don’t fully know. What we are sure of is that his dominant breed is Shiba Inu. We had thought at first he was crossed with a Lab, but think now it is probably some kind of terrier, rather than a Lab.

He displays a lot of Shiba behavioural traits. He is rather like a cat in many ways, not particularly physically affectionate, although he loves to be around us, but he is quite happy with his own space. He house trained himself and arrived as a puppy being able to handle stairs with no issues at all, which just seemed bizarre.

He is so fascinating to look at that both me and Mrs Guitar just stare at him a lot of the time!

Bobberoo99

24,300 posts

65 months

Friday 6th December 2019
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paulguitar said:
Bobberoo99 said:
paulguitar said:
So many questions on his face!!! smile
You may have said before Paulguitar but what breed is Reginald??
Well, the simple answer is we don’t fully know. What we are sure of is that his dominant breed is Shiba Inu. We had thought at first he was crossed with a Lab, but think now it is probably some kind of terrier, rather than a Lab.

He displays a lot of Shiba behavioural traits. He is rather like a cat in many ways, not particularly physically affectionate, although he loves to be around us, but he is quite happy with his own space. He house trained himself and arrived as a puppy being able to handle stairs with no issues at all, which just seemed bizarre.

He is so fascinating to look at that both me and Mrs Guitar just stare at him a lot of the time!
I'd seen the Shiba dogs before but didn't know what they were, he's got the colouring and ears, but his dark snout is different and his size and shape are larger than the one's I've just looked at, it's funny as when I see that mournful face of his I think he just needs a big cuddle and yet you say he's not the cuddling type!!! smile

nickwilcock

1,513 posts

214 months

Friday 6th December 2019
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Lazermilk said:


Rocco the red nose reindeer...
Such an adorable little face! With what were you bribing his attention when you took the photo?

He's obviously pretty obedient though - Sammy would have had the reindeer outfit off his head and in several pieces within half a heartbeat. Trying to take the wreckage from his jaws would have been hazardous to fingers on past form though!

Any decisions yet as to when Rocco will be getting a little playmate?

anonymous-user

21 months

Friday 6th December 2019
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This is Norman, our 10 week old Mini Labradoodle, he's been with us a week now.

Settling in well, no accidents inside at all, eating well and responding well to training. He's a bright little pup.

Bobberoo99

24,300 posts

65 months

Friday 6th December 2019
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Norman looks great!!! smile

Lazermilk

3,282 posts

48 months

Friday 6th December 2019
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nickwilcock said:
Lazermilk said:


Rocco the red nose reindeer...
Such an adorable little face! With what were you bribing his attention when you took the photo?

He's obviously pretty obedient though - Sammy would have had the reindeer outfit off his head and in several pieces within half a heartbeat. Trying to take the wreckage from his jaws would have been hazardous to fingers on past form though!

Any decisions yet as to when Rocco will be getting a little playmate?
This was my wife's doing, just to be clear! hehe

There was bribes involved to stop him trying to pull it off and chew it up, but he is totally food oriented so makes it easier, he tried in vein to remove it to begin with, but as soon as his treats got involved he didn't seem to care anymore and sat long enough for some pictures before getting some rewards for the abuse, just his normal horse meat based kibble he seems to love!

No decisions yet on his playmate, we would both love to get one but limited time at the moment and also we would like to move house to get a decent garden for them first, so he may need to wait a year or so unfortunately... but you never know what may happen before then so not ruling it out happening sooner just yet! wink

Lazermilk

3,282 posts

48 months

Friday 6th December 2019
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Bobberoo99 said:
Norman looks great!!! smile
+1

Like the name too biggrin

Monkeylegend

21,217 posts

198 months

Friday 6th December 2019
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996owner said:
Here's Max. He loves large sticks. He's almost 3 years old.



How big are your doors yikes

FourWheelDrift

82,455 posts

251 months

Friday 6th December 2019
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tom2502 said:


This is Norman, our 10 week old Mini Labradoodle, he's been with us a week now.

Settling in well, no accidents inside at all, eating well and responding well to training. He's a bright little pup.
biggrin - https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=dogs+with+eyebro...

Pesty

42,655 posts

223 months

Saturday 7th December 2019
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Thumbnails to save site resources, click to make bigger Might be some duplicates I’ll try and sort but too small to see lol
































































Did this one big, I don’t get it my jean is so beautiful and everybody when we are walking ignore her and makes a fuss of Logan. Two people did it on this walk and she’s so loving.




Edited by Pesty on Saturday 7th December 12:43