Discussion in 'Community' started by jp-30, Dec 22, 2012.
Lucy anticipating the launch of her favorite chew toy in the air.
Comin' up on three years ago, I found a collarless, filthy pregnant beagle wandering the back roads near my house. On a whim, I got her into the car (after seeing her nearly get hit twice in a span of five minutes) and took her home to give her a good place to have the pups. She had seven of them not two days later.
Judging by her expression, she was shocked as I was that there were seven. "OH GOD WHAT HAVE I DONE?"
Found good homes for momma and all the little babies except one.
This is back not long after the rest of his family was given away.
Not two minutes previously, all that stuffing was inside the pink thing you see there. It was supposed to be a doggy bed. That chew toy he has . . . the orange carrot . . . he ate it.
His name's Logan and he's sweet-tempered and almost three now. I need to get some recent pics of him.
Closest thing I have to a pet are some animals I see every day and actually really care about their well being:
Only 4 out of the 10 of them, but this is the family. Kasatka's in the middle with her youngest 3 children: Kalia on the left, Nakai on the bottom, and our brand new week old baby boy up top.
Not seen as part of the family is Kalia's father Keet. We honestly have no clue who New Baby's daddy is yet.
What did you do with the mother? And just out of curiosity, did you ever DNA test him to see what the father was?
Aww, that's such a sweet story, Rogue. Is Logan part black lab? Sure looks it.
We found families that wanted all the puppies except the one we kept. I didn't think we'd find a home for the mom, just because it's easier to give away a puppy than a grown dog, but we found a guy who wanted her.
Never did any DNA testing, but, yeah, I'm pretty sure the dad must have been a black lab. The white flare on the chest (and the white on his muzzle, which you can't see too well in the pictures) is a throwback to an early ancestor of the black lab, the St. John's Water Dog. Those white patches tend to show up in lab mixes, which is interesting to me. Hilariously, I was going through the area about a year later and I saw a black lab and another beagle wandering around together. Presumably, this lab had a beagle fetish.
Billy in his favorite hiding spot, on top of the cupboards:
My brother sent me an update on the dog. Hilarious creature.
Lucy, plotting her eventual takeover of the Tunick household.
My new puppy Bailey. I've had her just over 3 weeks now. She's just about 5 months. Was born on Christmas Eve. Shelter had her listed as a boxer mix. I should find out in a short few weeks. I doggy DNA tested her
A couple of pics of my dog Zeus:
Him as a pup:
"You guys weren't using this table for anything, were you?"
"To jump on the chair, or not to jump, that is question."
Some pictures of Billy out in his pond area with his new friend Baby, my roommate's cat:
Here's a closeup shot of Baby:
Lucy being Lucy.
i took the dachshund for a 3 hour walk the other day, and this is how she spent the rest of the day, resting
i can see that everyone else posts nice, normal pictures of their pets. i would too if i had any.
Charlie thinks our apricot tree was planted purely for his benefit. I've started coming across half eaten fruit hidden all over the living room, as apparently, he's been bringing in the apricots and saving them for later.
My still growing puppy.
"But I don't wanna go on a no-sock diet!"
Haha! Love English Labs.
I don't think I ever updated with my doggie DNA results.
25% Chesapeake Bay Retriever
50% Labrador mix which contained about 5 random breeds including Pekingese lol
Clyde & Penny
The smooth tri-colored collie is Griffin. 5 years old and still acts like a puppy. Big furry baby.
They're all so sweet.
ugh! You guys are making me want a dog so bad.
Get a collie!