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    07-18-2012, 02:01 AM
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Green Broke
My fatty Dogs

First up is Fatty mcfatfat Bisquit the Beagle weighing in at 54lbs
He's 9/maybe 10 yrs old. I got him as a puppy because I was looooonely haha

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Biscuit gets his own little piece of our 9 car garage and his own half of the backyard. We used to have him out with Moses but once we started putting checkers out back too she attacked Annie (our old S&R bloodhound) and Bisquit. We moved him in after she ripped him up pretty bad. 39 stitches in his neck and chest.


Next is Moses 140lb Bloodhound
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We got him after we lost our previous S%R bloodhound Boomer. He is 11 yrs old now and he's our helper out in the field....how does he help you ask?

Well first he lays down in the muddy puddle left from moving the pipe...then he eats the craw-dads that come out of the water...
After that he chases the horses and cows around and lightens the load of poop in the wheelbarrow if its in reach....then he moseys his way back to his yard and stands next to his bowl like "i did my duty now feed me humun."

And now Checkers
She's a 6 yr old "coydog" not really. She's a heeler mix that we got for $10 in the Checker auto parking lot...hence the name
She's our cow dog. Shell get em back to the stalls for us when theyre out in the big field...i have NEVER met a smarter dog.
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    07-18-2012, 02:10 AM
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Green Broke
Dallas is a yorkie...dont know how much he weighs....like 8/9lbs lbs (all our animals are big and tall...its crazy) probably haha he's 4? Maybe I lose track haha
My sister bought him while we were on vacation in I don't remember where...and for a butt tone of money...then she ended up not being able to take him with her because she got a new apartment so my dad bought him from her and now he's my dads dog....We nicknamed him Hank the Cowdog because he's constantly patrolling his fence in the front yard and makes sure we know about every single movement on our property

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His favorite thing to do is to dig under a pile of blankets! This boy is ALWAYS cold
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Brady is a 6/7 yr old teacup maltese, about 12 lbs (fatty)...another of my sisters "used to be" dogs now my moms dog...he never leaves her side. And he thinks that he has to "protect us" from moses. So every time moses comes into his sunroom which is connected/seperated from the living room by a glass door, he jumps to the glass and starts barking and biting at the glass...moses just looks at him like he's dinner and moves on.
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    07-18-2012, 02:10 AM
  #3
Showing
Very cute pups... however... are you working on getting their weight down? It breaks my heart to see overweight dogs just as much as skinny dogs; they don't know their health is at risk - it's our job as their caretakers to make sure they live the best, healthiest lives possible.
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    07-18-2012, 02:13 AM
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Green Broke
Yes theyve been trying to get his weight down for awhile. Weve been talking to our vet, weve had him on half rations for almost a yr but no real change...ive told my parents again and again that he needs more excersize. Beagles are notorious for getting extremely obese through nobodies fault and they require alot of exercise to keep them a healthy weight...so theyve been taking im out to move irrigation and my dad walks him 2 miles every other day. He's down to about 43lbs and getting better.

Moses isnt really overweight he's just a HUGE dog. And the rest are a healthy weight.
     
    07-18-2012, 02:15 AM
  #5
Green Broke
Aslo on a side note. We have to keep him locked up during the time we are not home. If we leave him out in his part of the backyard Checkers will try to jump the fence (its a 6 foot fence but omg she's athletic) and will end up hurtin herself and if she ever did get over killing him. So we turn him out as oon as we get home and we turn him out to run with Brady and Dallas in the front yard when we can.
     
    07-18-2012, 02:48 PM
  #6
Weanling
Aww your dogs are so cute. Love the two chubby Beagles in the beginning.. too cute!
     
    07-19-2012, 01:05 AM
  #7
Green Broke
Haha thinks (its actually the same beagle...he just gets fatter throughout the pics! Haha)
He's my baby.
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