Pictures of your pets.

Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: Buckeye1 On: Sun Mar 16, 2014 11:42 pm

Where there is heat there are dogs
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: Lightning On: Mon Mar 17, 2014 2:11 am

Wow.. What do you feed them things?
Miracle Grow??!! :lol:
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: lowfog01 On: Mon Mar 17, 2014 3:07 am

This is Riley. The picture would tell you he's not as stupid as he looks but that is wrong. He is one stupid dog! Ok, I'm not being fair - he was a rescue dog and his history left him with a lot of bad behaviors we are gradually training out of him. It's just taking a while - much too long in my opinion. Lisa
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: northernmainecoal On: Tue Apr 15, 2014 11:02 am

Fred and Lance. Lance the bulldog was only with us for a short time, but he was fun while he was here
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Sun Oct 25, 2015 1:37 am

So we got a new puppy. It ha been almost 4yrs since I had to put my Shepherd down and wanted another but just couldn't till now. The big difference here is I really do want this one to bond with my daughter and really be her dog. She has been asking and I believe she is ready for the responsibility with our help of course. Meet Chloe

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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: waldo lemieux On: Sun Oct 25, 2015 1:50 am

You love your kid, dont ya Dave. makes a guy warm all over , that picture :D
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: Logs On: Sun Oct 25, 2015 2:58 am

Nice looking Shepherd , here is my Petey boy. I rescued him when he was a year old.. He is a boxer/ pit mix. Good dog , he enjoys St Pauli Girl too.
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: Djcoak6071 On: Sun Oct 25, 2015 5:23 am

Geez where do I begin....... And these don't include the horses and cats.....
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: windyhill4.2 On: Sun Oct 25, 2015 6:57 am

DJ, looks like you have all the bases covered, even the bee keepers club ! :) My wife & i both grew up on dairy farms & lived on a dairy farm till 2001 when we moved here with 20 chickens,3 dogs & 1 cat. Now we have 30 chickens,30 cats & no dogs.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Flyer5, that pic looks like the beginning of a long term bonding between your daughter & her dog,good to see. Children that bond with a pet or pets generally are much more stable in life,gives them something to care for besides all the electronic stuff in today's world.~~~~~~~~~~Logs,looks like your dog is hooked on whatever is in that bottle.
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: Djcoak6071 On: Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:03 am

Yeah we got it all covered. 2 horses, 3 cats (1 barn cat) 14 laying hens, 2 goats, 5 turkeys for the holidays, 2 dogs and 5 bee hives. We are doing pigs next year also. The horses are old and once they pass we will expand the goat side for dairy goats. We also process about 20 meat chickens a year.
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:49 am

windyhill4.2 wrote:DJ, looks like you have all the bases covered, even the bee keepers club ! :) My wife & i both grew up on dairy farms & lived on a dairy farm till 2001 when we moved here with 20 chickens,3 dogs & 1 cat. Now we have 30 chickens,30 cats & no dogs.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Flyer5, that pic looks like the beginning of a long term bonding between your daughter & her dog,good to see. Children that bond with a pet or pets generally are much more stable in life,gives them something to care for besides all the electronic stuff in today's world.~~~~~~~~~~Logs,looks like your dog is hooked on whatever is in that bottle.



She is not an electronics or television kid. She gets a little electronic stuff and is really good with it but she likes it outside. She is a great kid. She has seen us put down a few pets too over the years so she understands to treat them great while they are here. Its been a long time since I had a puppy. My wife never has had a puppy so this is completely new to her and my daughter. And honestly I forgot how much of a chore a new puppy actually is myself. We looked at rescues but their rules are ridiculous no kids under 10 must have a fenced yard and the invisible fence does not count. There was one rescue I looked at it said no firearms in household I almost fell off the couch on that one. Most of our dogs in the past have been pound or rescues. Many we looked at had some serious issues.
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:50 am

waldo lemieux wrote:You love your kid, dont ya Dave. makes a guy warm all over , that picture :D



More than life itself, waldo. Thanks :)
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: Djcoak6071 On: Sun Oct 25, 2015 8:04 am

Flyer5 wrote:
windyhill4.2 wrote:DJ, looks like you have all the bases covered, even the bee keepers club ! :) My wife & i both grew up on dairy farms & lived on a dairy farm till 2001 when we moved here with 20 chickens,3 dogs & 1 cat. Now we have 30 chickens,30 cats & no dogs.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Flyer5, that pic looks like the beginning of a long term bonding between your daughter & her dog,good to see. Children that bond with a pet or pets generally are much more stable in life,gives them something to care for besides all the electronic stuff in today's world.~~~~~~~~~~Logs,looks like your dog is hooked on whatever is in that bottle.



She is not an electronics or television kid. She gets a little electronic stuff and is really good with it but she likes it outside. She is a great kid. She has seen us put down a few pets too over the years so she understands to treat them great while they are here. Its been a long time since I had a puppy. My wife never has had a puppy so this is completely new to her and my daughter. And honestly I forgot how much of a chore a new puppy actually is myself. We looked at rescues but their rules are ridiculous no kids under 10 must have a fenced yard and the invisible fence does not count. There was one rescue I looked at it said no firearms in household I almost fell off the couch on that one. Most of our dogs in the past have been pound or rescues. Many we looked at had some serious issues.

We looked at rescues also and they were insane. They wouldn't let us adopt a kitten because they didn't feel we needed one and said they decided we needed an adult cat. The problem is, while I appreciate their goals, they have become too emotionally attached and forget they are supposed to get rid of animals to good homes as opposed to just keeping them forever. In the end if I adopt an animal from a rescue, once I get it home I can manage its life without their intervention. For what it's worth all our pets are rescues, even the bees, and the ducks. Except the chickens
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: windyhill4.2 On: Sun Oct 25, 2015 10:21 am

So some dogs are natural gun slingers ? toothy :roll2: Our cats are all strays,throw-outs,we have not pursued any cat to add to the fold,they show up here at our place............. we in turn feed them,trap & neuter/spay/release & then keep feeding & caring for them as long as they live.They deserve to have a decent life too. :)
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Re: Pictures of your pets.

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Sun Oct 25, 2015 10:49 am

windyhill4.2 wrote:So some dogs are natural gun slingers ? toothy :roll2: Our cats are all strays,throw-outs,we have not pursued any cat to add to the fold,they show up here at our place............. we in turn feed them,trap & neuter/spay/release & then keep feeding & caring for them as long as they live.They deserve to have a decent life too. :)



All of our cats (3 of them, 2 in the barn and 1 house) are spayed. Our older dog was also spayed when we got her from the SPCA. I lost it with the no gun policy as well. Like WTF . they do not have thumbs. LOL
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