Post by juanjorman on Jun 26, 2014 11:19:40 GMT -6
Thanks Sailor Namek you'd love him. He's extremely friendy and loyal. He's become an important part of the family, and I agree on Golden Retrievers they simply rock. I practically become crazy everytime I see one :willy:haha
Post by TheCollector on Jun 26, 2014 14:11:50 GMT -6
This is Abby, yellow lab. She got in a fight with a coyote a couple of years ago. She got heartworms from a bite on her leg. Amazingly, vets now can give them a shot and boom, it's gone. 20 years ago they would just put them down.
This is Mika, Pit/Boxer. She is gunshy, afraid of the rain, and hates the ups guy. She will not ever look at a camera not even a phone.
Post by hgcollector on Jul 2, 2014 20:25:19 GMT -6
You know I gotta rep my DAWGS!!! Bubbles and Midnight (guess which one is midnight, lol) They both came from the animal shelter. My brother originally got Bubbles, but I ended up taking care of her and now she stays with me. My girlfriend got Midnight when I asked her to take Bubbles for her shot. Even though I didn't pick either one, I take care of them so they love me the most,
Post by TheCollector on Jul 16, 2014 11:08:30 GMT -6
Here's a interesting story. In my first pet post I mentioned that my dog got in a fight with a coyote. I didn't mention I beat the crap out of the coyote with my bare hands. Well... go figure I had deja view of that night, last night. My aunt let her little dog out at night. (She is in town visiting.) We heard a squeel. So, when I get a light on what's going on, I see my aunt's dog in a coyotes mouth, next to a second one. I chased it to the edge of the property. Luckily I was able to scare them enough to drop the dog. If it didn't drop the dog there, it would have been in a woods and gone. The dog managed to run back to the house. It's fine with a couple gashes and puncture wounds to the neck.