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Old 07-03-2008, 01:16 PM
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With all the pics of cats on here I figure there has to be some dog people here. Here's my lil guy. 8 weeks old.

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My dachshund, Reese:

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(chauvinistic barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen pic FTMFW)

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The white one is Zoe. She was a rescue dog. We got her about four years ago. She's about six now. She's right at 100 lbs. The yellow is Zach. WHe isn't nearly as fat as he appears in this pic. Good hunting dog and pretty solid at about 95 lbs. We have had him since he was a pup and he's about 7 now.
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Old 07-03-2008, 01:35 PM
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Dogs are cool. But I couldn't eat a whole one
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This is my pack of hooligans.


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Just a note. If anyone here knows anyone with west highland terrier pups thats looking to give up for adoption, let me know.
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We just have this guy for now. His 8th b-day was a couple of weeks ago and he's right at 100 lbs. Wifey used to volunteer with BARC when she was in Houston and she's always been dog/puppy crazy. I always told her we can't get another dog until we have more space, and now that we're buying a house I think she's gonna hold me to that! Not sure what breed we'll go with, but I am kind of partial to the larger black & tans myself... GSDs, Dobermans, Rotties and the like.
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awwww how cute...i love dogs
I will get pics of my puppy asap, I promise.
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Bear and Sheba... We've had Bear for about 3 years now, Sheba was just adopted last month to keep him company.

*edit* they look small in the pic but they are roughly 100 lbs each, mutt mixed black labs.
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I "posted" my neighbor's pup last night!!!!!!
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Here's my old pup before the real bitch (ex) took him.

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This little bastard belongs to me.
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That's Earl. French Bulldog who goes to work with me every day. I used to have real dogs but he's all I have time and energy for now! Customer's go nuts for him.

Top one's more recent. Bottoms as a pup. "Where's busy bee! You find the busy bee!"

I look triple-Xtra gay in the Miata when he's riding in my lap!

Oh yeah, I forgot. He's our 1st male dog so we thought having a package was a novelty. Couldn't have him tackle and molest the customer's kids so we had him fixed but had falsies put back in, "Neuticles". He could care less, he can't reach them but he still looks all man! The laughs and ridicule taken are well worth the extra $100 bucks.
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Couldn't have him tackle and molest the customer's kids so we had him fixed but had falsies put back in, "Neuticles". He could care less, he can't reach them but he still looks all man! The laughs and ridicule taken are well worth the extra $100 bucks.
Shut up. I didn't want to take my little man's huge ***** away, so I'm going to call the vet and ask him about these neuticles.
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Shut up. I didn't want to take my little man's huge ***** away, so I'm going to call the vet and ask him about these neuticles.
I had no idea that they can do that. I'll deff get that done for my pup. One of our older dogs dosent have any and I think his male hood went away with them.
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Here are a couple of pics of our Male boxer playing with a great dane. We also have a female brindle boxer, both are rescues.
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Here's my bitches





She looks a little Nutz here (Eva)
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Originally Posted by cueball1 View Post
Couldn't have him tackle and molest the customer's kids so we had him fixed but had falsies put back in, "Neuticles". He could care less, he can't reach them but he still looks all man! The laughs and ridicule taken are well worth the extra $100 bucks.
****. I thought you were joking at first, then I googled it. And I'll be damned- prosthetic *********... They even have them in various levels of firmness(!) Who the **** is going to fondle their dog's ***** to see how firm they are?
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The softer ones are more "realistic". My vet had never installed them before. He created a new line in his billing statement... Neuticle insertion - $15. I gotta say it is worth every penny when someone asks about your dog not being fixed. "It's ok, they're fake". Friends, relatives and complete strangers will mock you, laugh with you, ask where to get them, and more.

http://neuticles.com

They've got em for horses and bulls too!
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