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  1. #31
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    I except we'll continue volunteering with rescues for the foreseeable future.
    Pick their bones clean. Leave nothing behind.

    Things that canít go on forever, wonít. Debts that canít be paid, wonít be. Promises that canít be kept, wonít be.

  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by tweek View Post
    I except we'll continue volunteering with rescues for the foreseeable future.
    Fantastic.


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    How can you profit from the status quo, instead of complaining about it?

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  3. #33
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    He's a handsome brute, Tweek.

    Sorry, but I've got all I can handle with a "Labradoodle" and a GSD (117lbs and not bulked-up yet).
    I always have my primary weapon; it's right between my ears.

  4. #34
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    Trigger (left) is a Boxxer-Mastiff mix. He's coming up on 2 years old. He came down with an auto immune disorder (IMHA) after vaccinations when he was 1 year old. He is stable now and we are working on weening him off his steroids, then off the immune suppressant. He was our first dog together and he is very intelligent and loyal.

    Chamber (middle) is a Boxxer Sharpei mix. She was left abandoned in an apartment as a baby and someone tried to clip one of her ears with scissors. We fostered her and ended up keeping her once we saw how well she got along with Trigger. Trigger stopped being so puppy crazy with another dog to play with. She's very sweet but still skittish with some people.

    Striker (right) is a lab-pit mix. He's 9 months old. Full of insane spastic energy. His mother was found pregnant wandering in an industrial complex and she had like 14 puppies. We fostered him and his brother (background) but no one wanted to adopt him. Pits are less desirable and black dogs are statistically adopted less. We decided to keep him. While he's full of energy he's the most harmless dog ever he simply doesn't react to anything the kid or the other dogs do to him.

    If you can't tell were softies for dogs and we'd have more if we had the time and the space.

  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by SinistralRifleman View Post
    Damn... can you say, "bed full of dog hair?!"
    Waitin' for a squeeze...

    TWOTU Since March 2012

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  6. #36
    Lol Striker is the only one that sleeps on the bed and he doesn't shed.

  7. #37
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    Saw this somewhere else, if one of the tribe happens to own a large bodied, mastiff type dog, a little "creative enhancement" would probably cause the local thug to piss himself at first glance. I almost sprayed my coffee on my computer when I saw it first......


  8. #38
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    Ready for war

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  9. #39
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    Echo 17: that's f'ing hysterical!!

    I'll try to get some pics of Ruger, 117# GSD. Upper body is mostly black so pics are difficult. Labradoodle protects mom. Laid back, non-aggressive, but nonchalantly positions between Mom & stranger.
    I always have my primary weapon; it's right between my ears.

  10. #40
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