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Let's see a picture of your dog. My wife and I have 4 dogs. One of which is an American Pit Bull Terrier that someone tossed away when she, Daisy, was less than a year old. I found her and brought her home. We've had her for over a year now.
@Jai. Your GSD is georgics too! GSD's are real Dog's as far as I'm concerned. They have a huge heart, loyal to family, and are a great protector. Mine is a rescue. .. The thing about rescues is that when you love them, with leadership, they know the difference.
Long ago I had a very special relationship with a dog that could never be repeated. The memories of her have been so strong that I have not had a dog since. I have several photos of her in my Vietnam Retrospective gallery just to share her story and that of our country's Military Working Dogs past and present.
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'Baby Bella' is a tiny maltese pup of 3 lbs, (hey, don't judge me) I'm old and I hurt a lot, I need a pup that I can handle and likes to cuddle when I'm not well. No really, not my first maltese, they make great little pets and I probably will always have one.
This is my Angie. She passed away in 2002 at 16 years old. Half Shih-tzu and half Spitz, we called her our little Shitz-Spitz. I painted this a few years after she died and hung it in our dining room so she's always watching us eat.
THANK YOU FOR THE WONDERFULLY INSPIRED DISCUSSION GROUP OF FOLKS AND THEIR PETS. I'VE LOOKED AT A LOT OF YOUR WORK AND YOUR TALENT CERTAINLY IS VERY INSPIRATIONAL. GREAT EYE FOR UNIQUE AND BEAUTIFUL SHOTS. "THANKS SO MUCH ... FOR ALL YOU DO IN HELPING TO PROMOTE FAA AND ITS MEMBERS. BEST TO YOU AND YOURS.... Gracia
This is my Sunny girl. Never planned on having a dog (worked long hours and always only had two cats), but she picked me.
My former landlord (the hubby) brought her home to his wife without notice and without her agreement...not a good recipe for pet success. I lived in their daylight basement apartment and this dog would come to visit and hang out with me EVERY morning and every night as soon as I got home from work...which at that time was as a Veterinary Technician. She was so sweet and great with my cat. Well, the Mr. Landlord did not believe in training dogs and Miss Sunny liked to bark at the coyotes at 2am and would not come when they called her. After 6 months they told me she was going to the pound. I am a proud person, but I literally begged them to wait and let me find her a home. I tried everything...made a beautiful poster, talked to all my clinic clients about her...and after 3 weeks...nada, nothing, zilch! Finally one night, sitting and wondering why I could not find her a home (cuz she was and is gorgeous and sweet), I got it: she was home...she was supposed to be with me. Got up the next morning ready to talk to my landlords and Miss Sunny did not show up at her usual time. Terror struck deep in my heart....had they already taken her to the pound? I sobbed like a 5 year old!
Finally, I called upstairs and there she was...just running a bit late, and relief flooded through me. It took some negotiating, but I convinced them to let me keep her...that I would train her and pay for all her care. She could still hang out with them when she wanted, but she'd be my dog from then on. After 6 weeks of behavior training she was the star of the class....and she is the smartest dog I have ever known (of course, lol!)
Now I cannot remember what life was like before her. So many things she has taught me....mostly about unconditional love.