She is still the perfect shop dog. Found the puppies, she had two.
Both males. Gave one away after they were weaned. Keeping the other
one in case Curly does not survive the heartworm treatment. Treatment
starts Monday. Keep your fingers crossed.
Took her for her walk this morning after a rain. She loves wet grass,
wet bushes and puddles. She never walks around puddles, just straight
through. She is now filled out, sleek and full of energy. So is the
My wife says Curly is my shadow.
I have had several dogs over the years, but this is the sweetest one
yet. She tried to take a nap with me on the sofa today, but she kept
snuggling up behind my back until she nearly pushed me off. Had to
give up on that.
Thanks for the good wishes.
All dogs are special. Some are a bit more special than others...I had one
of those but sweet Lila has been gone for several years now (old age). I
miss her. I hope all goes well for your special special one.
On Saturday, October 10, 2015 at 7:45:59 AM UTC-5, G. Ross wrote:
Best of luck on that. Dogs are surprisingly resilient (thankfully!) and I am betting she will do fine.
When you get a good one, dogs are a very special gift in life. My German Shepherd mix was with me for about 12 years and has been gone for over 20. Still think about him a lot.
Fingers crossed over here!!
Congratulations, hope everything works out.
SFWIW, my grandson is waiting for his new pup until it has been
weaned before getting him.
My daughter tells me that when full grown, this male pup will grow
to about 200 pounds while a bitch would weigh about 170 lbs.
When asked why he got such a big dog, he reportedly said the
he was a big guy (he is at least 6'-5""), and he needs a big dog.
Living in a small apartment with a new wife (got married in April),
should be interesting.
my first thought when i read the subject was a topic on bench dogs
do not know anythin about dogs but good luck on treatments
i have a cat that is no longer allowed in the shop
did you know that tom cat spray removes paint
it does a decent job
before i discovered the problem it was too late
table saw cabinet and rolling toolbox were hit bad
the paint was peeling and rust was setting in
not his fault just doing his thing
cats and dogs can do no wrong they just do what they do
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