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post #1 of 14 Old 08-24-2018, 07:33 PM Thread Starter
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Share some doggy love

Let’s see everyone’s dogs, their name, personality and everything about them! I just love all dogs! I currently live with 4, but only one is really mine. So, heres some pictures of the cutest, most annoying critter that ever set foot on human earth. (I may love her a little )

Her name is Evey or Everest and she knows 20 some behaviors and 18 tricks/commands.

She enjoys playing with her jolly ball, chasing pigs, running in circles around the chickens pen and seeing how quickly she can sneak into the new neighboring woods.

She doesn’t enjoy when I make her stop chasing the animals and make her come into her own property.:icon_rolle yes: I can’t wait till she gets out of the sassy 9 month stage!! I believe she also has tried to murder herself more than 5 times.


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Sorry for the flipped pictures Idk how to flip them right

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post #2 of 14 Old 08-24-2018, 09:38 PM
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I have rescued a bunch of dogs in the last 30-40 years. Right now, I live with five dogs, all of them rescued and for the first time in my life, they're all purebreds (I think). The oldest one is a Beagle. He's 12 years old, or so. The only thing he cares about is food. Then, there're Sophie and her brother Zorro. They're 3 years old and I found them when they were about 8 weeks, sleeping in the middle of one of my pastures on top of a hill. I don't know how they made it, since that pasture is surrounded by woods full of coyotes. Zorro is very smart and affectionate. Sophie is the most beautiful puppy I've ever seen and there's no dog more affectionate than she. They're supposed to be German short-hair pointers. I don't know, but they did point a lot when they were pups. They absolutely love to go swimming. And three months ago, I adopted/rescued a couple of unwanted pit bulls. Paris is about 4 years old and 70 pounds of pure muscle. Although, she has been opening up, she's still somewhat reserved. One can tell she has seen many disappointments with people. But she is getting better. Roma is only a year old and also very affectionate. Everything is a game for her. She has no respect for anyone's personal space. If she wants to snuggle, she will! I look at these two pit bulls and wonder why they weren't wanted. They get along with the other dogs, kids, horses, cows and are very smart and obedient.
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post #3 of 14 Old 08-24-2018, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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I have rescued a bunch of dogs in the last 30-40 years. Right now, I live with five dogs, all of them rescued and for the first time in my life, they're all purebreds (I think). The oldest one is a Beagle. He's 12 years old, or so. The only thing he cares about is food. Then, there're Sophie and her brother Zorro. They're 3 years old and I found them when they were about 8 weeks, sleeping in the middle of one of my pastures on top of a hill. I don't know how they made it, since that pasture is surrounded by woods full of coyotes. Zorro is very smart and affectionate. Sophie is the most beautiful puppy I've ever seen and there's no dog more affectionate than she. They're supposed to be German short-hair pointers. I don't know, but they did point a lot when they were pups. They absolutely love to go swimming. And three months ago, I adopted/rescued a couple of unwanted pit bulls. Paris is about 4 years old and 70 pounds of pure muscle. Although, she has been opening up, she's still somewhat reserved. One can tell she has seen many disappointments with people. But she is getting better. Roma is only a year old and also very affectionate. Everything is a game for her. She has no respect for anyone's personal space. If she wants to snuggle, she will! I look at these two pit bulls and wonder why they weren't wanted. They get along with the other dogs, kids, horses, cows and are very smart and obedient.
Look at them!!!! I just wanna hug them! I love a cuddly dog that just wants to chill, but I obviously didn’t pick the right breed I guess(duh). Evey will sit next to me and the other dogs will too. But if they’re gonna lay on your lap or try to cuddle, it’s prolly cause they wanna lick everything good and righteous off your face. Whatever that means lol

Sophie and Zorro are just, adorable!! They’re all cute, but those two! Adorbs!!

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post #4 of 14 Old 08-24-2018, 11:56 PM
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I just have one dog right now, a spoiled rotten Rat Terrier. I sort of claim the barn dog too, as I have been the one doing most of his training. The owner is older and just doesn't seem to have the time or energy for him anymore. I keep telling him if he decides he doesn't want him, I will take him.

Spoiled Rotten Rat Terrier that climbed the neighbors fence and moved in with me.

Red Heeler barn dog
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post #5 of 14 Old 08-25-2018, 02:42 AM
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I have three dogs, Bria, a GSD who will be 12 in Nov. She is good for her age although not as energetic as she once was. Iggy a rescue black Lab, a walking garbage can. She is now 11. She likes this time of year as she can eat the blackberries out on walks and plums and apples are dropping in the garden so she has food available all day!

Then there is Max, an English Pointer I was asked to foster as he had 'problems' I sorted the problems out and rehomed him twice only for him to be returned so, I guess he is here for good.

I have two other dogs most days, Arthur, a Boxer x G. Dane, a solid dog that was rescued nearly three years ago. He is a lovely dog and has me in fits with his facial expressions but can be so defiant.

The other that comes during the day is an eclectic mix, mastiff/boxer/Rhodesian Ridgeback/ Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He isn't very tall but he is solid. Owned by a woman who had never had a dog before and she was way to soft with him, 'Don't tell him off he's my baby.'

I told her that if he was in my pack my rules went and if he did something wrong he would get told off! As no one else would take him on she shut her mind to her 'baby' being disciplined (and trained)

Didn't take her long to realise that Reggie is a much nicer dog for having rules and boundaries.
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post #6 of 14 Old 08-27-2018, 09:16 PM
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GMA100. All dogs are good. Beautiful Evey will grow up and over the years steal your heart.
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post #7 of 14 Old 08-30-2018, 07:34 PM Thread Starter
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GMA100. All dogs are good. Beautiful Evey will grow up and over the years steal your heart.
Oh she already has! She’s still a brat though lol She has her good points and her really annoying points

Here’s another pic of her highness posing for a pic
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post #8 of 14 Old 08-30-2018, 08:18 PM
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I have 3 dogs. 2 XL American Bullies, and 1 pit bull.

First up is my only male, Hades, will be 4 next month, around 100lbs, maybe a bit more. Amazing with my kids but a bit leary about strangers, acts like an old man, has an incredibly old soul, and believes he is a lap dog.
Second is Pig, shes about 90lbs, easy keeper! LOL 2.5 years old, insanely hyper, was hoping to do some gaming/hunting with her but doesnt seem to have the drive, so have been doing a bit of agility here and there and loves it! Also incredible with my kids!

Last is Bailey, weighs about 40lbs, 5yr old pit bull. Loves everyone and everything!
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post #9 of 14 Old 08-30-2018, 08:44 PM
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I don't have any pictures on here to post right now, but I have 4. A 14 year old gray long haired Chihuahua (AKA the annoying rat lol), an 8 or so year old Chihuahua/Jack Russell who is tricolored with Husky blue eyes, a white, grey, and brown Shi Tzu mix with gold eyes who is about 5, and another Shi Tzu mix who is 2 or 3, tricolored with deep brown eyes. The middle 2 were rescues, the first and last rehomes from friends.

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post #10 of 14 Old 08-31-2018, 09:51 AM
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We have 3 dogs. 2 pointers that are my hubby's hunting dogs and my cattle dog "Murph". I acquired him in March. We have done Beginner and Intermediate Obedience and will be starting Agility Classes in September.
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