Here are my lovely ladies living inside the house. They are indoor potty trained.
This one is Ginger. She prefers living outside with the big dogs (Coal and BD) because they're the ones who meet the other dogs at the fence. She used to be owned by the neighbors, but she was given to us because they could not afford feeding another dog.
I love all those doggy's tongues, tummy and funny faces.
thank you for sharing those pictures
(07-13-2012, 09:56 AM)pugskjj Wrote: I don't think words could even explain this one...or if there are even words TO explain it...and yes, she has a "slight" underbite that makes it look like she's always smiling lol
LOL Stick around! I have so many photos and videos of her that are just as legendary...she is the ODDEST pup I have ever encountered...and the underbite just completes the looks she gives me. The best is when she has fuzz, food, whatever hanging from her mouth and I get the "Who me?" look
And this is what happens when Kash thinks she is a chinchilla...that is Chilli in the cage running back and forth playing with her.
...Sherlock is ironic, because he's not very bright. Sherlock is my Dorset Olde Tyme Bulldogge:
He is a ball of complete and utter craziness. There are reasons for that, but I'll probably go into that in a more appropriate thread.
Lily, is my beautiful female Bull Mastiff, seen here jumping about in flood water:
They're both rescues, and I love them utterly.
Some more photos:
What cracks me up about the flood photos, is that Lily is haring about like a plonker, Sherlock is very focused and looks like he's wishing death on something. Whilst Lily may be huge, she is the most gentle mannered dog, you could ever hope to come across.
What beautiful dog photos! Meet our soon-to-be 3 year old male shih tzu Bien. He's sweet and playful. He loves to play catch and always carries his favorite blue ball in his mouth. He's our youngest child and we love him dearly.
Ahhhh, what beautiful, wonderful dogs you all have & thanks for sharing! We are all blessed with such great dogs!
Below is Bobbi, a female Chiweenie! I adopted her last March 1st at the local shelter & she has been a pure joy. She was abused by a young boy, so she has her moments if around them.
Well, I am having problems posting her photos, but not sure why as I did in another group. I will keep trying.
Danni, I am sorry to hear your Shepherd was called Home but she provided you a lifetime of memories to keep you close to him.....
02-02-2013, 12:08 PM, (This post was last modified: 02-02-2013, 12:23 PM by missy.)
SUKI, 3 months old papillon. She's the new member of the family.
She died almost a year ago and still it breaks my heart remembering her. I had her for almost 5 years. we were thinking that she's a maltese mix dog in which her own vet can't tell what type of petdog she is.
All these pictures of the pets are priceless. From the big to the smallest ones I enjoyed looking at them all. I need to use my camera and get pictures of my mother's cat. He is crazy and very entertaining too. My brother has a boxer and he is well trained and the breed is know for being gentle and smart. It ia always a pleasure to have dogs that can easily be trained to listen and come when called. I can see all these dogs are happy and loved.
03-02-2013, 09:17 PM, (This post was last modified: 03-02-2013, 09:24 PM by suzjbibby.)