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Posted on Sun, Aug 21, 2005 20:12

Just thought I'd share this beauty with everyone....have fun, Barb

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Posted on Sun, Aug 21, 2005 18:13

CP,
Great pooch photo...looks like quite the personality...I have 4 now, just lost my old lab a week ago. All of them are and were rescues... So glad to see you have a connection to your critter.

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Posted on Fri, Aug 19, 2005 07:13



CP, YOu might be pleasantly surprised that a female version of yourself could be even more attractive!
Not long ago,I took over the leash of a friend's Labrador and within seconds it spotted a bi*tch and gave chase, I fell straight forward and scraped my knee badly and injured my wrist. Moral of the story , never walk a dog twice your size! I think I should just stick to chihuahuas...



Bonnie, maybe I would be pleasantly surprised...we'll have to wait and see. Sorry to hear you hurt yourself walking that dog. I guess you should stick to the smaller breeds. If you had a Labrador or Bernard they would probably stand taller than you if they were on their hind legs ;-)



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Posted on Wed, Aug 17, 2005 12:15


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Hey Bonnie: I would say we definitely choose our spouses/girlfriends based on some mental similarities but I don't know about the physical side of it. I don't think I would want to date a woman that looked remotely close to me ;-) Ok, maybe the same color eyes but that's where I draw the line.

Oh yeah, I don't think I could picture you walking a St. Bernard down the street. That would be quite the scene!



CP, YOu might be pleasantly surprised that a female version of yourself could be even more attractive!
Not long ago,I took over the leash of a friend's Labrador and within seconds it spotted a bi*tch and gave chase, I fell straight forward and scraped my knee badly and injured my wrist. Moral of the story , never walk a dog twice your size! I think I should just stick to chihuahuas...



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Posted on Tue, Aug 16, 2005 13:36

llwky, I'm so sorry you lost your Sheltie... good idea to go get another one. Good luck in your search!!



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Posted on Tue, Aug 16, 2005 09:45


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champagnepowder write:
I had to start an alternate topic to 'goodlifes' cat thread. It's not that I have anything against cats, I just don't have any and I find my baby better suited to walking, running and hiking. Besides, how could you resist this face...


HI CP,
Love your dog..do u think dogs look like their owners? I have a dog park right in front of my house and have been observing for a long time dogs and their owners..I am half convinced that most of the dogs look like their owners..or at least have characteristics like their owners..



Mmmmmm........How much I would like to look like my dog?..... One is sleek fit and very handsome, or there is scruff bag spangle short stocky and again very fit, or my old lady tall, sleek proud air, which she totally lets herself down by catching mice!



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Posted on Tue, Aug 16, 2005 06:55


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Cp,
My other theory is if we choose our dogs who look like us, do we choose our spouses to look like us or have characteristics that mirror us?

I know many couples who look like brother and sister teams and seem to mirror each other alot..



Hey Bonnie: I would say we definitely choose our spouses/girlfriends based on some mental similarities but I don't know about the physical side of it. I don't think I would want to date a woman that looked remotely close to me ;-) Ok, maybe the same color eyes but that's where I draw the line.

Oh yeah, I don't think I could picture you walking a St. Bernard down the street. That would be quite the scene!



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Posted on Tue, Aug 16, 2005 06:51


statuesque4u write:
CP funny how you said that about dogs looking like their owners. There have been several shows over the years,commercials too where they have owner/pets and you would be amazed how they resemble. Kind of like you and your car. I think the bulldog was one of the funniest as he look like his dog. Heavy Big jowls bulging eyes. It's uncanny sometimes.



Hey s4u. It is kind of uncanny how we resemble our pets sometimes isn't it. I think it is that little reflection of ourselves that causes us to choose one dog over another.



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Posted on Tue, Aug 16, 2005 06:49


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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

  


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Posted on Mon, Aug 15, 2005 09:33


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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!! ;)



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Posted on Sun, Aug 14, 2005 06:50

Dogs are wonderful. I lost my 14 year old Sheltie on Feb. 24 of this year to a stroke.
I was very sad for a while but now I am thinking about adopting a new little girle or boy dog from a humane rescue. I feel that I can now give my love to aonther dog again. Ihave been on petfinder .com quite a bit to check the wonderful dogs available. It will probably be another month or so I really seriously pursue adopting



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Posted on Sun, Aug 14, 2005 06:09

Cp,
My other theory is if we choose our dogs who look like us, do we choose our spouses to look like us or have characteristics that mirror us?

I know many couples who look like brother and sister teams and seem to mirror each other alot..



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Posted on Sat, Aug 13, 2005 17:09

CP funny how you said that about dogs looking like their owners. There have been several shows over the years,commercials too where they have owner/pets and you would be amazed how they resemble. Kind of like you and your car. I think the bulldog was one of the funniest as he look like his dog. Heavy Big jowls bulging eyes. It's uncanny sometimes.



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Posted on Sat, Aug 13, 2005 15:55

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

  


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Posted on Sat, Aug 13, 2005 15:41


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Isn't it Colorado that is killing all the pitbulls?



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....

  


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Posted on Sat, Aug 13, 2005 14:16

CP,
I could see certainly in the last pic that there is a similar expression between u and your dog..lol

I had two dogs as a child and one followed me to school like Mary's little lamb..would love to have a dog preferably a St. Bernard..except it would be the dog taking me on a walk rather than the other way around..



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Posted on Sat, Aug 13, 2005 12:33


Legsx212 write:
Isn't it Colorado that is killing all the pitbulls?



That's kind of like saying isn't it the USA that is killing all those Iraqis? It's true that Denver passed a law banning pitbulls and I don't agree with it all but I haven't heard of any being taken and killed (not that it may not have happened). It's definitely not 'Colorado' as a whole though. It's very unfortunate that pitbulls are lumped into one big group of bad dogs and everyone is afraid of them. I think it always comes down to the owner and how they were raised (kind of like children). Hopefully there won't be any dogs killed b/c of this law but I think we will have to wait and see.

Back to the lighter side of things...which was the purpose of this thread anyway. Thanks to those that shared photos of their dog and if anyone else wants to contribute..go for it. I want to see if Bonnie's theory holds true.



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Posted on Sat, Aug 13, 2005 06:01

Isn't it Colorado that is killing all the pitbulls?



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Posted on Sat, Aug 13, 2005 03:30


Rubenesquetotty write:
I love dogs! I have 3, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, a Chihuahua & a Daschie x Jack Russell.
I am a Dog behaviourist also & make a living out of problematic poochies! What a job huh? I get to play around with Pups all day! Bliss.... lol

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Hey Rube,
Do you have any photos to share? It would be interesting to see if Bonnie's theory holds true for you too ;-)



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Posted on Sat, Aug 13, 2005 03:27


Bonnie88 write:
HI CP,
Love your dog..do u think dogs look like their owners? I have a dog park right in front of my house and have been observing for a long time dogs and their owners..I am half convinced that most of the dogs look like their owners..or at least have characteristics like their owners..



Hey Bonnie:

I definitely think you can see some similarities in looks amongst dogs and their owners. Especially when someone has raised a dog from a young little pup. It's kind of interesting/funny when you see someone walking/playing with their dog/s and you can tell something about them and their personalities just by their interaction. I adopted my dog a few years ago at the Humane Society here and you can also see this play out when people are looking at dogs to adopt. They tend to be drawn towards the ones that reflect something similar in them. It would be interesting to compile a group of photos of dogs and their owners. I bet you'd see a lot of similarities especially if you knew a little about each owner.

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