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  1. #6826
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    It's been a long week...pretty sure it was broken glass based on how clean and deep the cut was. Vet took the bandage off yesterday and his pad is healing pretty well. Stitches need to be in for 2 more weeks. Toes are a little raw, so keeping bandage off. No walks and certainly no running.

    Problem now is he's going after it with the bandage off! He can bend the cone and get to his foot...ahhhhhh!

    I put a sock on it this morning and sprayed bitter apple...now I'm just hoping he leaves it alone.

    This whole thing is stressing me out!
    Good luck with your boy. My dog started out with a doughnut, but was able to reach his stitches and tore them out (middle of the night on a weekend). New stitches and a cone. Mr Bashy McBulldozer gets the stitches out today, and no cone if he leaves the wound alone. I won't miss the tipped over chairs and stools, or having my legs crashed into. Plus he will be able to use the dog door again.




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    Stoked
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    Not stoked

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    I forget whos who on ig. He's definitely not stoked. It was a striking contrast when i saw it. He always looks like hes grinning from ear to ear. Always. I grin erry time

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    Stoke from today!
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    Mera, age unknown, is a 45-pound Nepalese mutt who appears to be a cross between a Tibetan mastiff and a Himalayan sheepdog. She possesses an extraordinary level of confidence relative to her small frame. Though slight, she’s lean, with muscles likely honed by years of travel over rough mountainous terrain in the Khumbu Valley. She has soft, close-cropped black fur, with legs and a snout dipped in golden yellow, small ears that flop forward, and kind eyes.

    Mera embedded with a team from the Kathmandu-based Summit Climb, led by Seattle-based mountain guide Don Wargowsky, in the tenth day of its monthlong expedition. The group had seen her a few days before in the Nepalese town of Kare, but she seemed aloof. The team members were descending from a successful summit of Mera Peak (21,247 feet), the first mountain they had climbed on their trip before heading to Baruntse, and were just above the fixed lines at around 17,500 feet when Mera (you can see how the humans decided on her name) came bounding toward them. She passed about 30 climbers on the way up, all of whom could’ve been persuaded to give her food or attention, but she crossed a glacier with a crevasse and beelined it for Wargowsky.

    From that point on, the two were inseparable. He gave her a sleeping pad and jacket for a bed nest, and in return she fashioned herself into the ideal tent partner for three weeks: quiet, cuddly, agreeable, and with a small stomach. “One morning we got wind so bad it ripped the anchors off the tent, picked it up, and moved it a few feet,” Wargowsky recalls. “She just woke up, looked at me, and went back to sleep.”

    Mera very quickly became the team’s mascot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leroy jenkins View Post
    I think you'd have an easier time understanding people if you remembered that 80% of them are fucking morons.
    That is why I like dogs, more than most people.

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    Say Hello to Tammy! She is our first foster pooch and she is preggars as fuck! 5 to 7 puppies any day now. Pitty cattledog mix. She has no "dog" skills, doesnt sniff, doesnt play doesnt care about other dogs too much. We have no history on her. Taught her to sit and "down" and she figured out the doggy door on her own. She is such a sweet heart and is snoring at my feet right now. Itz gonna suck when we have to adopt her out....Click image for larger version. 

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    Bunny Don't Surf

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFugitive View Post
    Say Hello to Tammy! She is our first foster pooch and she is preggars as fuck! 5 to 7 puppies any day now. Pitty cattledog mix. She has no "dog" skills, doesnt sniff, doesnt play doesnt care about other dogs too much. We have no history on her. Taught her to sit and "down" and she figured out the doggy door on her own. She is such a sweet heart and is snoring at my feet right now. Itz gonna suck when we have to adopt her out....Click image for larger version. 

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    Looks like a good pooch. Better keep those puppy pics away from me!

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    Meet Charlie! Not mine, but super excited for a friend back in MA. She's been waiting for over a year, and finally has been matched with Charlie as her service dog. He is from NEADS. She has MS which has progressed to the point where she had to give up her job teaching, is in a wheelchair and has lost a lot of her independence. Hopefully, Charlie will help her regain her confidence and independence. They are spending two weeks together at NEADS to bond and for her learn all the commands Charlie already knows.

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    Doggie winter gear to be setup for his outside home

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    I need to go to Utah.
    Utah?
    Yeah, Utah. It's wedged in between Wyoming and Nevada. You've seen pictures of it, right?

    So after 15 years we finally made it to Utah.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bjenny View Post
    Meet Charlie! Not mine, but super excited for a friend back in MA. She's been waiting for over a year, and finally has been matched with Charlie as her service dog. He is from NEADS. She has MS which has progressed to the point where she had to give up her job teaching, is in a wheelchair and has lost a lot of her independence. Hopefully, Charlie will help her regain her confidence and independence. They are spending two weeks together at NEADS to bond and for her learn all the commands Charlie already knows.

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    DOG bless Charlie, I sure hope all those good dogs go to heaven some day where they can run and play and just be a dog.
    Quote Originally Posted by leroy jenkins View Post
    I think you'd have an easier time understanding people if you remembered that 80% of them are fucking morons.
    That is why I like dogs, more than most people.

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    This week at Monarch
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    Itís birthday time. Vali 1 year old. Canít wait to take him bc skiing


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkhound Odin View Post
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    Itís birthday time. Vali 1 year old. Canít wait to take him bc skiing


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    Happy birthday! I hope that was something he could eat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Happy birthday! I hope that was something he could eat?
    Of course. Very dog friendly


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    Did he eat the candle too? Oh, right, not a Lab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liv2ski View Post
    DOG bless Charlie, I sure hope all those good dogs go to heaven some day where they can run and play and just be a dog.
    I know! They are the best! I know they have play time, I am just not sure how they differentiate between play and working.

    It's kind of cool, learning a little bit more about service dog training through her experience. Charlie is disability service trained to respond to her commands, and trained differently than a hearing or sight dog, which has to be trained to do tasks spontaneously rather than on command. So, hearing/sight dogs have to have a lot more initiative, and disability service dogs have to remain totally subversive to their person.

    As pups, Charlie, and his playmate, Sandy, were raised through the prison program in MA. On the weekends the pups go stay with another foster for more socialization and to visit places. I really wanted to do this when I lived in Boston, but my landlord wouldn't allow dogs.

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    Doggie stoke

    Quote Originally Posted by 2bjenny View Post
    I really wanted to do this when I lived in Boston, but my landlord wouldn't allow dogs.
    Probably a Red Sox fan. Well known dog haters. Rumor is they worship cats
    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
    Probably a Red Sox fan. Well known dog haters. Rumor is they worship cats
    OMG! You are probably right! They allowed cats, but no dogs, plus she was from Wattahtown.

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    Boston is very dog friendly...


    Standard gag line: "He only bites Yankee fans"

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    Screw the net, Surf the backcountry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddy View Post
    Boston is very dog friendly...


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    Lol, I know. Lots of friends with dogs there. If I had stuck around, I would have moved to place where I could have a dog. Was starting to look when I moved out west instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bjenny View Post
    Lol, I know. Lots of friends with dogs there. If I had stuck around, I would have moved to place where I could have a dog. Was starting to look when I moved out west instead.
    Probably a good move... some good skiing out there I hear (cough, cough)

    Btw, was that pic you posted of Charlie taken in Concord? Looks very familiar... but maybe not? Either way, what a great companion and service dog for your friend. Hope he brings her lots of joy.
    Screw the net, Surf the backcountry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddy View Post
    Probably a good move... some good skiing out there I hear (cough, cough)

    Btw, was that pic you posted of Charlie taken in Concord? Looks very familiar... but maybe not? Either way, what a great companion and service dog for your friend. Hope he brings her lots of joy.
    There are things that I miss from Boston, but the skiing is slightly better than mediocre out here.

    I thought it looked like Concord too, but I think she had to go to Princeton to meet Charlie and for training.

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