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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by 1911Sooner, Jan 22, 2008.
Here are my 3 girls in their natural state.
White boxer - Shelby
Fawn boxer - Molly
Corgi - Emma
Baxter and Piper ready for St Patrick's Day. Just over 4 years old and they both still think they are lap dogs. One on top is Baxter at
115 lbs and the other is Piper at only 85 lbs.
Looks like one of them is a terror with leaves. We had a MinPin that would bring them into the house, knowing that if we humans didn't want leave parts all over the floor, he would get a treat. The other MinPin learned that when the one drug something in, she could get one as well, just by being present.
This is Trey our 12 yr old 3 legged dog. He is very special to us!
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The above pic is of my 12 yr old3 legged dog namedTrey. He is very special to us
Actually Emma and Molly are both terrors on leave, sticks and anything else they can find in the backyard and bring through the doggie door. Good thing they are cute.
Want something funny? Our male MinPin loved playing with plastic bottles from water or soft drinks. Gave him a two liter once and he tried taking it outside through the doggie-door. Snapped his head sideways in a hurry when the bottle hit the frame.
Caption for the following picture: "Throw the ball, Dad, or another leaf dies a horrible death."
Our male Golden Retriever loved to play with, and chew on, the cardboard tubes that come out of paper towels and such. One year at Christmas time, we gave him that big, long tube that came from a roll of wrapping paper. He tried to get through the door and kept banging the tube on the door frame ... both sides. He finally figured it out. He'd turn his head enough to angle the tube through the door and go on his merry way!
The brown MinPin above liked to go into the bathroom and get a hold of the toilet paper and take off through the house. We had to make sure we reversed the roll until he gave up on getting the paper.