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    ^^^^ That's some funny shit Montgomery jumped up and snagged the thanksgiving turkey a few years ago quite a tug of war.
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    my friends dog Buddy (RIP) one year got ahold of a thanksgiving turkey (one of three) that was out on a counter while everyone was out skiing. He pulled it down and ate on it for a while until one of the houseguests came back put it up on the counter and then locked buddy up and left again...

    when everyone returned they made turkey sammys with the turkey he'd been eating on.
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    We are here to give you a thorough tongue lashing:


    "It is not the result that counts! It is not the result but the spirit! Not what - but how. Not what has been attained - but at what price.
    - A. Solzhenitsyn

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    Lopez told me he wanted to be a part of this very important thread.


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    Some pics today. Angus is a pro.
    Resting up:


    Testing the waters:


    He got himself a big un':


    Awwwwww:


    He's getting pretty big himself:


    And one of the little rat dog:

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    Bailey atop Ben Lomond..


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    Marley goes far a rare swim in the Uintas...


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    Angus charges the camera:
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    Hugo at 5 months.
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    The ferocious beast.
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    And not so ferocious.
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    Cooper at 12

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    Here's my GS pup, Soli, at about 8 weeks old:



    About 6 weeks later, her left ear doesn't want to stand up yet:


    Almost six months old now and weighing in at about 60 lbs. More pics when I get them.
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    Attack of the killer 10 week old Lotti

    and one of my favorite dogs and pictures...

    Tschuggen

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    Norwegian Elkhounds are great!




    Lena is nearly 14 years old and she has been my father's faithful mountain buddy for years. She is at her best in the snow -- not a dog for warm climates. Lena sheds like crazy but her personality makes her more than worth it!




    These are my girls: AnnaBelle is our five y/o yellow lab and Marley is our crazy 8 y/o chocolate. People still ask if they are puppies at the dog park since they have so much endless energy! I need to get some pictures of them at the mountain onto the computer.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Jane




    -Also no longer a lurker-[/SIZE]
    Also not that good at posting pictures, none I can see at least.

    No more lurking and figuring out how to post photos now.
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    you stole my dog!
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    Simba at 9 Months

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    Cosmo hanging On a Hot Summer Day

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    Quote Originally Posted by doublediamond223
    Simba at 9 Months
    Thats a really cool looking dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam
    Thats a really cool looking dog.
    Thanks. Hopefully his ears will finally stand all the way up soon. The picture makes him look smaller than he really is, great danes are BIG.

    This shows it better. My stepmom (pic modified b/c she'd want it that way) is 5'3. Simba weighs 130ish at last count, and isn't done growing.
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    What's up with the ear bandages?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit
    What's up with the ear bandages?
    Great Danes, Dobermans, and some other breeds that are often seen with pointy ears that perk up are not naturally born that way. As a newborn puppy, the ears are literally cropped into the pointy shape that most people are familiar with. The ears are held in place using tape and a variety of different stiffening media. My dad favors foam pipe insulation, and it does the job. The splints are necessary to allow the cartilage to stiffen and form to the shape. After a while, the ears will stand on their own. Simba's are getting there, as you can see in the first pic, but they start to droop after 24-48 hrs. His crop is abnormally long, as the breeder cropped them as she would crop those of a show dog.

    Here is an uncropped Great Dane:

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    Thanks, that was informative. I did know about the practice with other breeds.

    Why did you choose to go that route? Showing purposes, or simple aesthetics?
    Absolutley no judging here, just curious. I love dogs, and dog people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit
    Thanks, that was informative. I did know about the practice with other breeds.

    Why did you choose to go that route? Showing purposes, or simple aesthetics?
    Absolutley no judging here, just curious. I love dogs, and dog people.
    It's really my Dad's dog more than it is mine. The whole litter was cropped, and the first time we saw the pups they had just been cropped. Simba comes from a line of champions, so the breeder had the litter cropped to show standards. By her own admission (she was standing over the vet supervising), it is a very long crop.

    My dad was starting to get really pissed that 10 months had gone by and the ears weren't standing, and fleetingly contemplated having them shortened. In retrospect, it is a rather cruel process, but it was presented to us as the only option. My dad did TONS of research before getting simba, and concluded that the crop was ok. The ears finally are starting to look good, but it's an ordeal both for the dog and the owner, as the taping process takes a solid 40 mins every week or so. If he had to do it again, my dad would probably let the ears stay natural.

    Simba is used to the tape, but he isn't thrilled to have it back on after having it off for 2 days. I guess it's a personal thing that every owner has to decide. I honestly don't know if I would do it on a dog that really was MY own.

    Whatever the case, I think he's a FKNA cool-looking dog now. He's still growing, and his body is bigger than his sense of coordination, so he's hilarious to play with. Although he's pretty much the largest dog I've ever been around, he's the gentlest thing you could ever meet. He runs away from smaller dogs than him if hassled. Danes are great, I'd recommend them to anyone. I have two young sisters, 2 and 5, and he is totally cool around them. (Their toys are another story though. He's also chewed through a kitchen shelf lol.)
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    Can I have your step Mom's number?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Woodsman
    Can I have your step Mom's number?
    Yeah, right after you meet my ex-NFL lineman dad. (not kidding)

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