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PETS also part of the HR family
opus could actually make a couple dogs out of it, when she sheds out. Great Pyrenees, not Newf. ;)
Ok you guys, I know most of you have pets (the ones with 4 feet) so let's see the pictures of your babies!!



I will post mine tomorrow if I can get these mutts to smile!
Edited by ginny on 06/01/2009 10:26 PM

You can click on the pics to make them bigger if desired.

Guinevere is the Gray & White, Goldie is the Orange Tabby and Ripley is the Gray/Brown Tabby.
Edited by Catt22 on 06/02/2009 1:44 AM

Gonna pounce on you!
Edited by Catt22 on 06/02/2009 1:54 AM
Since i really don`t have anything else to post right now, i thought I?d share a pic or two of the little critters that i have at home:
The latest addition, a stray ferret that we adopted: Demon
My lovely GF and our first ferret: Sugar

Sorry for not having better pictures, will try to better myself and provide you with decent pics in near future
Dog Day Nap
Edited by Catt22 on 08/13/2009 10:01 PM
Here is the last dog we had. She was a sweetie and has made it hard to allow another dog into our lives. The wife and I are, after almost 2 years, thinking about another dog but it is tough. Enjoy Maggie.
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Another fun thread we can participate in!

Here's the newest addition to our zoo.. our baby girl Abby.

Abby was rescued at 4 months old from a local backyard breeder who thought they could cross unpapered breeds to make "hybrids" and sell them for $1k a pop. Needless to say, they were wrong.

Abbys (or "Abbs") is partially named for our favorite NCIS character, and is a mix of black lab and St. Bernard. At 5 months old, she's already the size of the former.

She loves chaff. And quickly cleans it up from the floor. :-)
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opus wrote:

Such a lovely dog.

What is its origin?

I haven't seen one in my country.
Well, I think it is time to revive this thread of fur children.

Introducing the aptly named JAVA!

He is a 2 year old Ridgeback who likes long walks on the road, chasing squirrels and occasional general mischief.
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Honey badger 1k, Bunn LPG-2E, Technivorm, Cimbali Max Hybrid, Vibiemme Double Domo V3
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Honey badger 1k, Bunn LPG-2E, Technivorm, Cimbali Max Hybrid, Vibiemme Double Domo V3
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Honey badger 1k, Bunn LPG-2E, Technivorm, Cimbali Max Hybrid, Vibiemme Double Domo V3
Our dog Angus, a pedigree Border Collie. Likes playing frisbee big time. He can catch with the best of them. :Clap:

The picture below was taken a couple years ago while I was using my homemade meat smoker for smoking up some pork butt.

"If this is coffee, please bring me some tea but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee." ~Abraham Lincoln
And here is our pedigree working line bicolor German Shepherd, "Kaiser vom Nordostenhaus". (really, that is his pedigree name). He was born on December 26, 2009. He scored mostly 2's on the Volhard German Shepherd aptitude test as a pup.

He is an extremely dominant dog with incredible confidence. His grandfather (still alive) was in the Czech military as a paratroop dog; his mother was straight out of Germany.

We (my wife Kara and I) have trained Kaiser with German commands. He understands them fully.

Angus was our first dog (although before we were married my wife Kara had grew up with a couple dogs, and so had I). Angus kind of became Kara's dog as I had spent most of my hours in my workshop making coffee roasters for our business. I felt that the workshop was not a good place for a puppy to be while I was cutting and drilling metals, so he basically stayed with Kara most of the time and bonded with her.

When we got Kaiser he was chosen as a dog which would hopefully bond with me and be a protector of our family. I had him in my shop (kenneled) when I worked, and he has been with me when I am in my office. Due to his aptitude he has been an extremely challenging dog to train; he wants to be the leader and thats it. However through constant training and studying of german shepherd dog behavior I have made him able to understand that he is not Alpha Dog.

He amazes me every day with his abilities, and he is only just over a year old. Weighs around 75 pounds and is fed with homemade dog food we make for both our dogs.

"Herr Kaiser ist ein Braver Hund." He has been told this numerous times every day when he is a good dog. That is what it means.


Kaiser the 1st day we brought him home

When he was just a month old

About 2 months old

3 months old being held by my better half

4 months old

Another 4 month old picture

And finally here he is at 10 months old (October 2010)

He has grown quite a bit even since then (those pics are on my cell phone).

And that folks is our Deutscher Sch?ferhund Herr Kaiser wer ist ein braffer hund.

"If this is coffee, please bring me some tea but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee." ~Abraham Lincoln
Well my little Beau is proud as hell and has been showing his news photo to all the other mutts on the avenue!


never had snow like this up here in years so I am told; Beau was shocked.

he feels so special!!

Here's Lyla,

She's really taken to my roasting hobby.
She'll wait around for a bean to fall to the floor, and snatch it before I can get to it.
Her sweet spot seems to be Full City and beyond. Any less than that isn't worth the trouble.
What a great puppy.
thanks so much for posting.


Edited by ginny on 03/15/2012 4:39 PM
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