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  1. #8326
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    Quote Originally Posted by S_jenks View Post
    He is a purebred Pyranees. Got him from a ranch family that’s been breeding them for 4+ decades. They rely on them heavily for guarding livestock from predators, which is handy since their ranch sits next to the Mission Range.

    We are still guessing how big he will get, since the mom was 95lbs and the dad was 160lbs(!), but for now we are enjoying his smaller size:



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    He's a cute boi! Yeah, they're all big dogs, but the size can vary. We have one named Chet that when he stands on his hind legs, he's taller than me and I am 5' 11". All of our dogs are true working livestock guardians. We use purebred Pyrenees and crosses. His markings look like a couple of our one-year old guardian dogs. Two of them are Pyrenees/Kangal crosses, so they are more of a fawn color with the fluffy coat.

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    nice gp's are bad ass
    there's a sheep farm on the riv that has a 1/2 dozen
    they give sheldons the dont even think about our sheep woof when we float by

    stopped by to visit the shindlers new furchild
    she was a bit shy at first

    but warmed up to us

    still not sure of sheldons


    mouthy bitch

    but a bundle of cuteness

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    My wife rescued this puppy from a ranch down in central Utah a couple of weeks ago. 5 months old. Super cute and loves to play with our other dog, but shes fucking crazy. Like I seriously think she may be broken. Shes so anxious that she seems untrainable, she can come to you for love one minute and then act like shes never seen you the next. Goes from chilling on the couch to running around the house barking because someone flushed a toilet. Literally scared to death of her own shadow.

    The other big problem is her aggressiveness towards cats. Full on murderous berserker rage when she sees the cats. Nothing we do that has worked with other dogs seems to affect her.

    She seems tortured by anxiety. Were going to try some CBD for dogs and we have a trainer friend coming to help next week. I hope we can make it work because weve gotten attached. Sorry for the not stoke, but hey, cute puppy.

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    Doggie stoke

    ^^^ be patient, hopefully itll work out.
    Ours is getting the hang of skiing:
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    SFB, thanks for the post!
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    5 months, 75 lbs.

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    Taking in the scenery.

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    Loki nursing a bum knee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powdrhound View Post
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    5 months, 75 lbs.
    Dane?
    Quando paramucho mi amore de felice carathon.
    Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol.
    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by irul&ublo View Post
    Dane?
    Yes.
    Finnegan has chosen my Lady to be his #1 human. He does not let her get out of sight.

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    Sam turned 5 months old last week.

    Also broke 50lbs. Got his first real swim on. On the walk to the pond lost his last milk tooth.
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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Milo.
    I see hydraulic turtles.

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    Milo's got class/style/dignity.

    ... and one or two extra pounds? Or is that mostly hair?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PB View Post
    Milo's got class/style/dignity.

    ... and one or two extra pounds? Or is that mostly hair?
    Oh, he's definitely thicc. He should be about 10 lbs. He's running 14-16 these days. His hair is fairly short right now. In the winter we let it get longer.

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    Today, almost exactly a year to the day that our previous northern dog Utah died, we adopted this little beauty. Meet our new pack member, Moira. Her full name is Moira Rose, as the people at her foster home had a Schitt's Creek theme for her and her puppies. We're going with Moira. She's a nice size, about 40 pounds, about the size of a skinny border collie. She is about a year old, and came from Attiwapiskat, a remote fly-in community on the shores of James Bay, in northern Ontario. Poor thing got pregnant in her first heat and the puppies were born after she got to the rescue people. She is sweet and well-mannered in the house but is all wolf when she gets outside, and has a super-high prey drive. It'll be a while before she gets off leash but I am confident that she will be an excellent ski dog:

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Milo.
    Milo, meet Milo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Striker View Post
    Milo, meet Milo.

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    Woof. Arf. Woof.

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    Doggie stoke

    The river SHOULD still be cold and swift, but, given the drought, well enjoy a good dip when we can.

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    Ms. Multiglisse was working with Moira today on learning to play. Apparently this is exhausting. #pawsofthenorthrescue

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    "... Enjoy yourselves, keep your brain in your head and your head firmly attached to your body, the body active and alive, and I promise you this much: I promise you this one sweet victory over our enemies, over those deskbound people with their hearts in a safe deposit box and their eyes hypnotized by desk calculators. I promise you this: you will outlive the bastards." Edward Abbey

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    Got Sam's DNA test back.

    While nominally a Flat Coat/Golden cross we were intrigued by his size and rear dew claws.

    66.7 Golden
    33.3 Bernese

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    Explains a lot. Stubborn, sensitive, huge, not very much into fetching, slow to take to the water... all from his Dad's side.
    Quote Originally Posted by Downbound Train View Post
    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Lake Atlantic

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    Frank before and after cutting his nose today. Not sure what happened... But think he cut it on our fence. He may be the most accident prone dog I've ever known but he's also the best dog.

    Couldn't get his nose to stop bleeding, got to the vet and it had magically stopped so dodged that bullet for now (will be keeping an eye on it to see how it's healing)

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    Hope it works out with your new dog ZZZ. Sure is a cute dog

    Also, I have been looking to add a new pup to our household and kinda want a small dog. Am I crazy for wanting something like a Yorkie mix? Or some other terrier (jack Russell, Irish, Welsh, border terriers all look like they could fit our active lifestyle..... Someone talk me out of getting a small dog haha anyone have a small dog other than a heeler that does well on trails?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutah View Post
    Hope it works out with your new dog ZZZ. Sure is a cute dog

    Also, I have been looking to add a new pup to our household and kinda want a small dog. Am I crazy for wanting something like a Yorkie mix? Or some other terrier (jack Russell, Irish, Welsh, border terriers all look like they could fit our active lifestyle..... Someone talk me out of getting a small dog haha anyone have a small dog other than a heeler that does well on trails?
    I have a friend fostering a lab/corgi mix in SLC, would look like a mini Frank maybe lol.

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    Doggie stoke

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    Dirt roads, open windows, cool mountain air. Oskar is in his happy place.

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