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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jalen Rose, Jan 26, 2010.
So sorry man
Sorry for your loss.
Sorry for your loss Toast
Sorry buddy, know it gets easier as time passes
Thanks everyone. How are your doggos doing today?
One is good the other is shaking and hiding under the table
Sorry to hear about Casey, Toast
We’re doggo-less at present, but hopefully our lab’s parents are banging it out right now so we can have a July puppy.
Edit - August or September now I guess... breeders haven’t updated us yet that she’s preggers
I have officially become second rate whenever my wife is here now that she is pregnant. They wont leave her side.
Luca checking in... Happy & freshly bathed
Tosu is 1 year old today. Gonna take him to the dog store to get a new toy/bone and a cake.
Went to some friends’ house for Memorial Day, and they have a relatively new foster fail. The little guy got snipped at some point, but whatever vet did it just removed his nuts and left his sac intact. So now he’s got a little coin purse flopping around between his legs. How common is that?
It will go away
My guy currently has this. Fairly certain it’s a normal thing and goes away on its own.
Good looking pupper there.
Lasts a little while. My male had it for a bit before it went away.
it happens when you neuter after their balls drop
Like others have said, it’ll tighten up and shrink. Our boys hair has grown back so you can’t really tell if there’s still a sack or not.
Double whammy tonight. I rarely do this but I let him run off leash in a neighborhood park. He found a bunny nest and picked up a baby bunny to play with, ended up injuring it. I had to finish it off and toss it in the dumpster
While I was trying to chase him off the bunny, I dropped his leash, so I had him follow me to the dumpster the walk back to the leash, while that was happening, A cop rolls up to give me an off leash ticket
All my fault, but fuckkkkkkkk
Glad to hear Chicago is finally getting these leashless dogs off the streets. Once that is completed, you guys will be free of all crime.
2 year old dog has started pooping the house pretty much daily. She's outside more than enough and up until 2 weeks ago or so the only accidents were understandable ones (raining, didn't go out enough etc.). But now she'll be out for an extended period and then less than an hour later poop in the house. Anyone dealt with this?
Yes, our beagle was terrible about this. We had to introduce a fairly rigid structure around taking her on walks instead of just letting her out in the back yard. She's never been house-trained worth a shit though, she can't be left unattended. You could be in the very next room and come back to a dump on the rug. Now if I don't haul ass to take her outside by 5:30am she will definitely piss and sometimes shit in her crate then commence howling.
Never howling as a warning though. Never another fucking beagle ever again.
Also, I have a cattledog that is never in a crate, sometimes is left alone in the house for 18 hours in a worst case scenario, and has never chewed on a chew, taken a leak, or dropped a deuce anywhere inside the house in 5 years. He just has a bed that he lays on, sleeps at the foot of my bed on another dog bed, goes with me any time I can possibly take him with me, even if he stays and hangs out in the truck and is constantly getting love and affection from the entire fam.
I wonder sometimes if the beagle wishes she could shank him.
Well we kept looking at pups after we decided to wait on Henry and Mrs. TD fell in love with this guy that we found at a local breeder. Don't have a name of our own yet but we'll be going to pick him up and bring him home on Saturday.
It says pic collage, where are the other pics??
I think they take them off the website once they've been sold. Don't worry there will be many more pics on Saturday. I do have this one though...
Pic collage is a weird temporary name.
He’s already bigger than your last dog. Gonna be quite the adjustment for you.
Yeahhhh. That’s the thing I’m most nervous about to be honest. I’ve been reading training books for the last month trying to prepare myself.
its an app
Blue turned 5 months old last week and weighed in at 53 pounds today.
He went from this cute little thing at 6 weeks old
To this monster today lol
Nice tights Jax Teller
That first picture was probably the last time he laid still when he wasn't sleeping too.
They do make my legs look good don't they?
She's been in St Louis since Friday. Told her if I was staying home while she was up there she had to take the cat and other dog so it's been lots of me and Blue time.
53 pounds already? We weighed Tosu on his 1 year and he was only 52. (Husky)
Yup I weighed him this afternoon. I think it's safe to say he's gonna be bigger than the 70 pounds the breeder predicted.
You can't really tell in that picture but he's not overweight at all, or at least doesn't look it. He's just tall and solid.
Still looks like a baby! I didn't realize they got that big.
53lbs @ 5 months is going to be a massive Malinois
I'm sorry you have to go through this, Toast
Raised my batting average pretty high playing baseball in the yard
The breeder and trainer thought his mom (Dutch shepherd) would keep his size down. It's pretty obvious that he's all dad when it comes to looks and size. AKC website says male Belgians weigh between 60 and 80 pounds and are up to 26" at the shoulder. I'm pretty sure he's gonna hit those maxes.
Such a gorgeous doggo
Happy looking pupper there.
One of those rare and elusive times when Ohio is great.
Ohio 9-year-old raises nearly $80,000 to buy bulletproof vests for police dogs
Brady Snakovsky, from Strongsville, started a GoFundMe page more than a year ago to raise the money. As of Tuesday, he’s raised more than $77,000 of his $85,000 goal.
According to Brady’s K-9 Fund website, he has vested 85 K-9s and they have a waiting list of 51.
“Our goal and mission is to donate a practical, mission ready vest to as many Police K-9's as possible,” the website says. “We want the K-9's who protect communities across the United States to be protected themselves during their entire shift and not just when time permits to put the vest on the dog.”
Got to bring him home today and picked out a name. Kevin is already making himself at home.