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Unread 03-23-2013, 11:08 AM
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Please share your 4-legged friend(s) ...

Thor, my Karelian Bear Dog, says hi! He's been a great companion and pet.

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    Unread 03-24-2013, 12:21 AM
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    Here's my lab, Jaeger, who will be 4 years old in may.












    One of my favorite pictures that my wife took while we were out scouting for deer
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    Unread 03-24-2013, 07:55 AM
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    awhile ago I started seeing Denise ,and Sam was included in this package deal . he was 14 this past Christmas .

    Sam, at my house .



    Sam , at camp .




    Sam and Denise , at camp .


    Sam , at camp . that wood stove was too much work . I put in a little hard coal stoker . he knows where the heat blows out .



    Sam , at camp after a long hard day .
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    Here's my 4 legger when he was a little less gray in the face.


    He's not much of a hunter, or a retriever, but still, he's one heck of a dog. Yes, he weighs more than me but I can p higher up a tree
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    Not the cleanest pic, but here they are the herd.
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    WW! Awesome pix ... thanks for sharing!
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    I have 2 more dogs, but the blanket mole jack russell rarely comes out from her cave unless it's to torment the male mastiff and I also have a female mastiff, who is shorter than the male, but can only be described as "thick". The male is 180lbs, while the female is well over 200. Once in awhile, she climbs on the couch and turns the cushions into what look like taco shells.
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