Dog loving women, please write Pets

  • View author's info posted on Sep 25, 2005 20:15


    Snoopy aka "The Snoopster" presently at eleven. BTW she is Very smart, so I hope she looks like me :)

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  • View author's info posted on Sep 25, 2005 20:07


    "Wags" and me in 1992

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  • View author's info posted on Sep 25, 2005 20:05


    I am convinced there are only two places in this world that you get truly unconditional love--your dog and your mother.
    I Really like the picture of the dog and the deer--very touching and I admit brought me to tears.
    I have had three dogs. The first was an Old English Sheepdog named Manfred. He was named after Mighty Manfred the WonderDog in the old Tom Terrific cartoon from Captain Kangaroo. You have to be fifty something to remember this and it makes perfect sense--otherwise you would think I was nuts. Now let me tell you--an old english sheepdog in my xke convertible with the top down at the
    grocery store parking lot would draw a small crowd! He was a girl/lady magnet.
    Wagner was the second and was the third dog of a widow who lived in my condo complex. She was named after a friend whose last name was Wagner and who rescued her from an animal shelter where she had limited time to live. "Wags" was a beautiful blond colored dog as the photos will show and a real sweet dog who everyone loved in my neighborhood.
    My current dog is Snoopy and is a black and white springer spaniel mix. She came out of the back of a pickup truck and was given to me free. I tried to find her a home for three days unsuccessfully (thankfully) and after that she was my dog. Eleven years later, she is truly priceless and no amount of money could buy her.
    If I meet someone who doen't like animals, I don't consider them to be anyone that I want to know on a long term basis.
    My dogs have certainly provided uncondtional love second only to that of my mother, and taught me that I am capable of uncondtional love as well.
    I hope to find a lady who understands what this is about and can love me for the kindness and love I have rather than external possessions.
    To those who have lost these truly loved ones, I pass along this:
    I've traveled the pathways beside you
    I've made you the lord of my day
    But now that I've gone on before you
    It's only to show you the way.
    The first picture is of "Mighty Manfred The WonderDog" and me in 1978.

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  • View author's info posted on Sep 16, 2005 03:55


    loss of my dog,

    i wished sometimes the unconditional love that dogs and other pets give,
    humans coulddd.
    it is a month, and i still cry,
    and remember the good times, but
    it is so hard. u look and see a dog
    and it is not the face of the one u
    lost.......
    i know it is difficult, and normal
    to go through this, but i miss her so
    much
  • View author's info posted on Sep 07, 2005 14:58


    honey again, So cute!

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  • View author's info posted on Sep 07, 2005 14:48


    Here Honey, She was 9 months old.

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  • View author's info posted on Sep 05, 2005 19:01


    I have a beautiful big ball of fur named Bella. In the canine world she is a pomeranian but in our house she thinks her pedigree is Miss America. She is twelve pounds. She lives for snacks and likes to bark.
  • View author's info posted on Aug 29, 2005 04:25


    just one more..lol I've got to stop myself sending pics of him..

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  • View author's info posted on Aug 29, 2005 04:23



    champagnepowder write:
    Those are great pictures Dunn! Funny how the motherly side of dogs comes out at the weirdest moments. I love Bernese Mountain dogs and will probably be getting one sometime in the future. That puppy photo made me want to just reach in and play with the little guy

    Oh yes he was just wonderful, I miss him more than words can say..You won't regret having a Bernese and being a strong male(of course lol) you will be able to handle the strength of them..They are SOOOO strong, Oscar could pull me off my feet easily..even as a young dog..lol he used to have this habit of pushing his nose into your bum and he could lift you up onto your toes..lol once he jumped up to welcome a friend..she was sat on a kitchen chair..he pushed her along the floor from one end of the kitchen to another,,this was all in the boisterous puppy stages though. Heres another photo of him..

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  • View author's info posted on Aug 28, 2005 12:57


    And another

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  • View author's info posted on Aug 28, 2005 12:56


    Here's the dog and baby deer...

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  • View author's info posted on Aug 28, 2005 12:54


    Hi Champagne,

    I've been here for a few weeks and can't beleive I just found this thread..better late than never so they say..I just LOVE dogs.I was lucky enough to have a wonderful Bernese Mountain dog called Oscar..He's not with me now though. Just a few doors away a friend of mine found a baby deer at the side of the road..when he brought it home his dog took to it and we all were amazed how motherly (although a dog)it was to the baby deer..I just love this photo a friend sent to me of the same thing..

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  • View author's info Photo Verified posted on Aug 24, 2005 18:12


    Hi Everyone!

    I have had 2 dogs and 4 cats over the past 30 years, so I am truly in both camps loving both.

    I had a Doberman for 14 years, black and tan, with the kindest disposition you could ever want. The worst thing he did was scare a mouse to death, I found it floating in our pool, rescued it and put it in the garden to recover. My Dobi went to check it out, licked it, and I think the poor mouse died of shock.

    I now have a miniature pinscher, also black & tan. He's a tiny version of the big Doberman, but just a total whirlwind. He's extremely smart, very loving, and a perpetual motion machine. I've never seen a dog with so much energy! He just turned 8 this past July and hasn't slowed down a bit.

    He leaps off my deck chasing birds, squirrels, airplanes, etc. It's absolutely hilarious to watch. He spins at an amazing speed for dinner, treats or to be let out. He also closes his own door of his crate when you tell him "Go Home". One smart cookie, his name is Spartacus, like the little Roman soldier. He makes me laugh many times a day, and is happiest when sitting in my lap. Dogs really do love unconditionally.

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  • View author's info posted on Aug 21, 2005 20:58



    champagnepowder write:

    weelassy1 write:

    LOL....Scooby Doo is not a pitbull nor is that great picture champagnepowder posted of his best friend.....not sure how you confused that pic of a beautiful animal with a pitbull....



    Thanks Wee! I was wondering where she came up with that question. Sorry to hear about your dog but it is nice that you were able to have a friend for 12 years. I am sure she gave you lots of smiles and wet kisses to remember her by

    I was giving my wee head a shake reading this chicky poo's response and referring your love to a pitbull...lmao. Hey please tell me if you ever think of breading and allowing your beut to have Babies I will buy one as she is extremely gorgeous...preetty please let me have one
  • View author's info posted on Aug 21, 2005 20:57


    This is my lil Princess. She is about 2 and a half years old I think. I got her from my upstairs neighbor who forgot her in the backyard last summer. He got her from the neighbors 2 houses down. They moved to Utah and left her behind. Now she is all mine! Can anyone believe the original owners want her back after they left behind in their yard for almost a week?

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  • View author's info posted on Aug 21, 2005 20:54


    This is my 12 year old Bulldog/ Pit Bull mix.... his name is Rusty.

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  • View author's info posted on Aug 21, 2005 20:53


    This is my 7 and a half month old American Pit Bull.... his name is Tyson. I had him since he was 5 weeks old. He's my baby!

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  • View author's info posted on Aug 21, 2005 20:41


    I also have 3 dogs. Well, 2 and a half.... lol I have a 12 year old Bulldog/Pit bull mix, a 7 and a half month old American Pit Bull Terrier, and a 2 year old Chihuahua. I will post pix.
  • View author's info posted on Aug 21, 2005 20:36



    champagnepowder write:

    weelassy1 write:

    LOL....Scooby Doo is not a pitbull nor is that great picture champagnepowder posted of his best friend.....not sure how you confused that pic of a beautiful animal with a pitbull....



    Thanks Wee! I was wondering where she came up with that question. Sorry to hear about your dog but it is nice that you were able to have a friend for 12 years. I am sure she gave you lots of smiles and wet kisses to remember her by

    Ohhh she gave me many l*icks and Sluuurpppps....lol....and a few scares when there was a thunder storm...lmao....sound asleep I would be and this 150 pound dog would jump in my bed and dig her nails in me from fear of the F'N THUNDER....LOL....funny to see a guard dog that could and would rip anothers head off if they came near me.....yet she was scared shi*tless with fire crackers and storms.....Miss you Jessie
  • View author's info posted on Aug 21, 2005 20:28



    Moonray77 write:

    weelassy1 write:
    I lost my last dog after many blissfull 12 years with her last summer. She passed away under my dining room table as I was cooking and expecting many family members over for a brill dinner.....You can understand that dinner did not happen as I sobbed my heart out. Saying goodbye to her was hard as she layed there for 2 hours before she was carried out on a stretcher from the SPCA... she was a big dog I gave her last hugs and kisses in the SPCA VAN THAT ARRIVED TO take her away....opps sorry for the caps

    SHE WAS A DINGO/Australian sheppard....very protective and could be nasty if she felt a threat however extremely devoted to all members in my family...still miss her



    Wee, she must have been a beautiful dog, I love Australian sheppards. BTW - that's a great pic of you, Wee... in a NLW of course... lol

    BTW, Wee, did you see the thread of the MM gathering in Toronto in the MEssage Board?? It would be great if you could make it... that is if there IS a gathering!! ;)

    Hey moonray where the heck have you been?...Miss you lassy. I will check that forum out as it would be great to meet you in a non lesbion way...lol
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