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  1. #53
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    Originally posted by DocHVAC
    Here's my dog, have to get rid of him as I am moving to a smaller yard and not enough room for him. His name is Leevi.



    [Edited by DocHVAC on 01-18-2006 at 09:14 PM]
    Whats the stats on your dog?
    1 age
    2 size
    3 health
    4 weight
    fill me in
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    last years crop with a couple still around for the winter,they have styrafoam houses i built out of those large 2"x 2'x 4' sheets they use on construction sites...cut a hole,slip a piece of carpet in there,and they pile in during the snow storms and rains
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  3. #55
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    Penquin,
    He is 5 years old, knee high, good health full of p**s and vineger and is about 40 lbs, he is mixed shepard and chow.
    Check my credentials and give me a call.

    [Edited by DocHVAC on 01-19-2006 at 08:33 PM]

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    YES! Check this out! HEHEheheeheheh...

    http://us.f13.yahoofs.com/bc/43ce6e4...rnV0DBtpNZJt30

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    [Edited by lk on 01-23-2006 at 08:52 AM]

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    Oh, they just look like troublemakers. Adorably friendly troublemakers, but troublemakers none the less.
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  9. #61
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    That photo made me miss our neighbor's old Irish Sitter. They had to put him down this last fall. He spent more time in our yard than theirs and I got used to having to move his tennis balls & other toys when I mowed. He was so old and deaf, I could mow right up near him and it didn't seem to bother. Then after he'd wake up & move I could finish that last spot. They're great pets and wonderful with kids- our little grand-goober sure got a kick out of him. Poor dog was so old and mellow he didn't put up a struggle when our little short man would grab him and plop down on him. They made quite a pair.
    Don't confuse me with facts, my mind is already made up.

  10. #62
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    Here's our Lhasa Apso being held down by my wife, Robin. The dog is camera shy and will run away when you aim it at her. Also note, when I refer to Robin, now you know I don't mean Robo.


    And here's Dozer, our friend's dog. We're watching him over the weekend.

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    Had to take him out for a walk. He was climbing the walls.


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