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HOMEWriter 01-10-2002 08:33 AM

Dog Pictures
 
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I have copied this thread over from the dog forum as we ended up with a lot of photos over there :) So let's continue to post our dog pictures here!

Amanda 01-10-2002 07:44 PM

Angel
 
I thought I would share Angel's baby picture. This was when she was 6 weeks old. She is now 13 weeks (at the time of this posting) :)


Amanda 05-20-2002 05:43 AM

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I took this picture of Angel yesterday and thought it was so cute, Dominic is sitting with her on the deck :)

Jeannie 05-20-2002 06:34 AM

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Amanda! that is a wonderful picture! What a handsome child...*s*

This is our 'baby' at 9 months...

PrairieRose 05-20-2002 07:06 AM

:) Oh my gosh those are both beautiful dogs...not to mention that adorable little fella Amanda! Ok today I'm gonna take a pic of my poodle baby and then I'll have to have help to attach it.....

HSma 05-29-2002 06:28 PM

Love those dogs!!!
 
Just stopped in to see what's being dicussed....Saw some pictures of LOVELY and happy dogs, and little people too!!! Just wanted to put my 02 cents in...
We have a Springer spaniel, and besides being a bit...ah, spring-ey, especially with newcomers, she is a Love!!! She lets me know when people are coming to the door,or she hears something by perking up her ears (floppy as they are) She was trained as a pup and loves kids . We had a springer before her, and she was mellow. We have come to love the breed...dh is now thinking about getting another... ^^

HSma

BoggsZ 09-22-2002 02:37 PM

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I think i figured out how to attach a pic This is are new dog marcy she's a 2 yr old amreican ****er spainel.

Lynette 01-28-2004 06:29 PM

Our dog is a special dog...
 
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His name is Riley, he is half Golden Lab and half Golden Retriever. He is barely 16 inches from floor to the top of his back when standing. And barely 2 feet from nose to tip of tail. He is going on 3 years old.

The reason Riley is so small is at his checkup when we first got him, the Vet discovered that he has a heart (birth) defect. The main valve/artery into the heart is WIDE open. This is a problem for pumping the blood through correctly or normally. When he is "resting" his little body actually 'shivers'-like from the extremely rapid beat of his heart. You put your hand over his heart and oh my goodness! The swoosh swoosh of the it all is awful. The vet told us at that visit that he would not make it to 1 year old. As I wrote up above, Riley is nearly 3.

The cold air affects him we have to keep him from breathing too much. But he is hyper and scampers all over the place. He does not like to be left along. He has to be around either me or dh CONTINUOUSLY! Yes Yes!!! He is very spoiled! He 'talks' to us. He is very picky about food. Has to have hashbrowns and eggs-just like us! We told vet and he laughed. Said there would be no harm done to his eatting people food at this point. He said to let him be happy! well......there is happy and then there is spoiled! ;) He is a lovey dog. A lap dog....so it's a good thing he didn't get so big! Here is a pic of him taken a couple weeks ago. You will notice he has a pink nose and not black. I never knew that the pink nose indicates a health problem!!! I was in awe at the vet telling us how that is an indicator. Then I phoned another vet clear across town, and he concurred. Spoke to our friend who emailed her vet son in CA and sure enuf...same story. So....anyway, here is our baby, Riley!

Amanda 01-28-2004 06:49 PM

Re: Our dog is a special dog...
 
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Originally posted by ima31girl
The vet told us at that visit that he would not make it to 1 year old. As I wrote up above, Riley is nearly 3.

Wow! That is an amazing story and he is so sweet! I had no idea that a pink nose indicated a health problem. I have seen dogs like that, so it's good to know.

Lynette 01-28-2004 08:26 PM

I am sooooo embarassed!
 
I must be 20 shades of red right now with egg dripping. My dh just informed me that I did NOT clarify the 'pink nose' of our dog. I did in need make it sound-which would lead one to believe-that ALL pink noses reflect ill health. NOT SO. I apologize. In Golden Labs...the pink nose is the key indicator. So. it is only in certain dogs that the pink nose pretains to a dog have health problems.

Sorry, please forgive me!:. :confused: :. :( :confused: :.
I am going to go stand in the corner now:( :.


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