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Old 05-07-2013, 07:58 PM   #141 (permalink)
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Here's my dog Askuwheteau, AKA Scoot, AKA Scuey, Scoop a loop, Cpt. Scoobin, Scooby, etc.

he is an American Indian Dog, his name means "he keeps watch"

Scoot has wicked eyes, taking our dog Frank (5 months old lab) up to Mt. Hutt to get his first experience of snow in next couple of weeks!! Should be amusing
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Old 05-07-2013, 08:06 PM   #142 (permalink)
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Scoot has wicked eyes, taking our dog Frank (5 months old lab) up to Mt. Hutt to get his first experience of snow in next couple of weeks!! Should be amusing
yea, he gets that alot one of my shred homies has a husky and a malamute that he brings up too and the three dogs get harnessed up and they pull him on his snowboard... we were mashing out this season with a snowmobile or two towing a dude or two on boards with the dogs towing someone or just following behind the sleds... 'twas sick. they were doing 15-20 mile days in the snow

other pics of crazy eyes from Scoot's breeder, Song Dog Kennels : The Founder Kennels for the American Indian Dog :





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Here's pics of Casanova (Standard Poodle) and Harley (GSD)

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Old 05-07-2013, 09:58 PM   #144 (permalink)
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Here's my Husky, 5 months old!
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Old 05-07-2013, 10:44 PM   #145 (permalink)
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Fixed it!
She's beautiful! Have fun and good luck with her. My Newf was my best friend and fishing bud as a little girl.

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My best bud
So majestic. What color? Harlequin? Danes are SO great with kids. I've pictures of me as a bundle of baby propped up against the shoulder of my first one. His head was nearly the size of me.

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Closest dog to a horse! Not surprised.
Don't ask if they were ever ridden...
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We adopted our mystery puppy, Indy, from Lifeline puppy rescue down in Brighton, CO.

Hanging out at the butcher/deli/bar as a puppy.

Game day in her jersey.

Playing in the snow.
Looks like a pit mix, just don't move to Denver.
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I've got a lab and two basset hounds. I grew up with bassets my whole life and have always loved them, but my wife always liked labs so we got one of those too. Funny thing is, the basset we got for me is attached to my wife's hip, and the lab and I are inseparable. Funny how all that works.

Anyway, this is Maggie. We rescued her from a Lab rescue after her mom was dropped off with a litter of puppies. She's labeled as a Charcoal lab. She's sort of got a silver hue to her coat, so we always get a lot of compliments and questions about what type of dog she is.

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Here's our first basset, Daisy Mae. She's a hellion, nothing but trouble, but in a good way. I left her on the porch for 2 minutes and then snapped a pic through the door window.

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This is our new basset, Louie, on his way home from getting his nuts clipped. We had just picked him up from a rescue shelter because he was scheduled to be put down the next day. He weighed about 38 pounds when we got him with broken ribs and a broken front paw. We think his previous owner never fed him and was beating him prior to him escaping from wherever. We've had him about a month now and he's up to 47 pounds. He doesn't look as thin as he does in this picture. He's a great dog, still a puppy (maybe a year old).

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I'm with Shred, I enjoy the company of dogs more than I do people.
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