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brownknees
September 10, 2010, 13:04
We did. We're babysitting a 6 month old Beagle pup for a neighbor.
We're not bored anymore, the mayhem as our 6 year old Golden plays with him ensures that.:devil:
We didn't do that to his noze, it came pre-shredded.:]

alphadog58
September 10, 2010, 14:33
Looks like he met one of my cats.... They educated my pooch about farm cats the first day I brought that puppy home...
Larry

offshore44
September 10, 2010, 16:55
That's a cute pup! I really like Beagles, they can be really good dogs. ...and entertaining as all get out, to boot.

SmokeEater2
September 10, 2010, 17:33
Bring 'im to Gunner Pool, He can keep fugwit occupied! :biggrin:

bykerhd
September 10, 2010, 21:50
Whenever we need a dog "fix", the wife and I go visit our daughter, her husband and two daughters and their THREE dogs.:uhoh:

At least one dog too many. Maybe two.
10 year old beagle, 8 ? year old chocolate lab and a two year old King Charles Spaniel, miniature ? All three females.

The beagle was my oldest granddaughters 3rd birthday present. Th beagle LOVES to run rabbits , which suits my son-in-law just fine. No "House" dog anymore though. She didn't get on well with the others.

The chocolate lab is my daughter's dog and thinks she is an 80+ pound lap dog. She goes to the duck blind with my son-in-law. As a house dog, she is not so great.

My daughter gave my son-in-law a Chesapeake Bay retriever pup for Christmas one year. But, he slipped his lead and was hit by a pick-up and killed when he was about 2 years old. Just about broke my son-in-law's heart.

The little hell-raiser spaniel was my younger grand-daughter's Christmas present last year. A little love bug that delights in getting in to trouble. Some jealousy issues have popped up with the chocolate lab. On the lab's side.
Great entertainment.

Enjoy the puppy brownknees. They don't, usually, stay that way.:rolleyes:

brownknees
September 11, 2010, 08:26
Enjoy the puppy brownknees. They don't, usually, stay that way.
Thor at 6 weeks.
(This was the day we picked him, finally!)

brownknees
September 11, 2010, 08:28
6 years & 312 bags of dog food later!:rofl:
(You're right it doesn't last but it's fun.)

brownknees
September 11, 2010, 08:34
Originally posted by SmokeEater2
Bring 'im to Gunner Pool, He can keep fugwit occupied! :biggrin:
Yeah, right!:biggrin:

GW870
September 11, 2010, 09:29
'knees? Beautiful Golden, but why is he wearing a rubber band?
(And I 'spect that pup is liable to be hard to give back!)

GW

medicmike
September 11, 2010, 10:55
Brody when we brought him home

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v22/medicmike/16934_1205763223027_1197047553_30499330_7000192_n. jpg

And here he is 140lbs later

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v22/medicmike/16934_1205758622912_1197047553_30499324_7504427_n. jpg

Brenna when she came home, in her favorite hiding spot

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v22/medicmike/brenna.jpg

Her favorite sleeping position now

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v22/medicmike/16934_1205763503034_1197047553_30499335_8214323_n. jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v22/medicmike/16934_1205758582911_1197047553_30499323_1492805_n. jpg

They have a pretty rough life!!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v22/medicmike/39254_1398976653242_1197047553_30908305_5221305_n. jpg

biggun
September 11, 2010, 22:39
Originally posted by brownknees
6 years & 312 bags of dog food later!:rofl:
(You're right it doesn't last but it's fun.)

Poor skinny thing. You should feed it at least once a week.

brownknees
September 12, 2010, 08:33
Originally posted by GW870
'knees? Beautiful Golden, but why is he wearing a rubber band?
(And I 'spect that pup is liable to be hard to give back!)

GW
I do have to give the puppy back though. I may be meaner than a NM thug, stealing bread from little old ladies, but I can't steal a puppy from an 8 year old.:D
It's not a rubber band, although it looks a bit like one. Its a "Gentle Leader" a replacement for a dog collar that gives better control & less wrestling.:love: Kind of like a halter for a horse.