any one have a dog

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  1. biffster

    biffster Member

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    this is horace he is my two and a half year old German Shepard dog
    he is my buddy he knows when i am feeling ill and down he likes to sit and
    watch fish tank with me
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    what lovely looking dog i lost one of my GSD at seven due to cancer of the spine and my
    other last till he was nearly 12 years old before he died he had a stroke i miss all my dogs
    but horace keeps me smiling when i am down my cousin give his GSD glucosamine and
    his old dog lasted till he was nineteen
     
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    Awesome dogs, both of them. I want my own dog so badly. Stupid student accomodation!
     
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    Stu Worrall Forum Moderator Staff Member

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    thansk biffster and henry. I can imagine its terrible to lose your dog and Im dreading it happening to us. Hes been on Gluco for a few years now, I should start taking it myself soon with my ache bones!
     
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    i know how you feel i am a wheel chair user and i suffer with really
    bad pain but horace keeps me happy with his antics
     
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    This is my dog Lucas. Comes everywhere with me and kept me company after coming out of hosital last year. More than just a dog in my eyes :)

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  8. Steve Smith

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    Not strictly my dogs, but my brother's. After spending 2 months with them, they felt like mine :)

    This is Bleu, an Australian Shepherd:

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    This is Jake, who is frickin' huge! Some sort of shepherd/chow/who knows cross:

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    Bleu is an average sized shepherd dog, so hope this gives a bit of scale to Jake :)

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  9. biffster

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    horace goes everywhere with me and the other half i love all the photos of your very handsome dogs
    i think jake is some form of GSD cross i bet he is a big soft sod like horace is lol
     
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    Yeah, he's a big softy :) Amazing dog. We have the opportunity to have Bleu as my brother would ideally like to re-home him (he took him in off his Mother-in-law). It was very tempting, even with the £1000 import costs, but I don't think I could give him the full attention and space he needs right now.
     
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    Here is my boy 'Jasper'
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    Here is little Wallace. He is 10 months old now and at least 50% monster!
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    now that is cute wait till he gets to 100% monster ;)
     
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    One of my sissa's dags. His name is Riddick. He's weari a bow because her daughter's had just done his hair:cool: unaby7ez.jpg . e5a8ana4.jpg my dads dog simba she was put to sleep last year her sister Winnie was put to sleep early that year due to health problem. Dads still not over loosing both his girls.:(
     
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    I'd love to have a Boston Terrier some day :) Cute little things.
     
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    nothing worse than losing a dog i remember when rex died from a stroke
    its 3 years nearly now an i now have horace but i am still not over losing him
    we had him for nearly 12 years a big part of out lives but we loves horace just
    as much if not more
     
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    Your dog looks great for his age, Sorry to hear about his legs, I hope he has a lot left in him. My jack russell had to be put down when he was 17, his back legs started to go slightly when he was 16, his last year was a struggle then it got really bad and he was so out of character it was heartbreaking so we had to put him down:(.

    It would sound strange to non dog lovers but you could see in his eyes that he knew it was time to go.
     
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    Arghh there's too many sad dog stories in this thread, it's killing me.
     
  19. DanMac

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    Wallace looks like a little bad ass:thumbup: .

    Alastair I know what you mean, And staffs love people, My current dog is a staff x collie, he's more like a person to us, so loyal and intelligent.

    i'll post a couple pics soon, he's quite unique looking
     
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    This is Angie, my Jack Russell. She lost her friend Shrek the cat last year due to malignant tumor.
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