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  1. #6726
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    The physiology of dog >>> that of man

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    Not sure if the drool is from overheating on a long walk or because I’m holding a cheddar/bacon treat behind the camera.

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    He loves his new #swag toy

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    If it's green, smoke it...if it's pink, poke it

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    not really dog stoke, but dog related and kind of humorous, but not deserving of its own thread.

    My now-passed Golden, Norman, was allergic to the bacteria on his own skin. Our new pup, Opal, is a goldendoodle, we chose that breed because my wife is allergic to dogs (but wants/needs a dog). Opal has been itching a lot so we took her to see the same doggy dermatologist that diagnosed Norman. The labs came back and Opal was allergic to a bunch of things.

    One of the things she's allergic to? Humans. I found that pretty damn funny and ironic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    not really dog stoke, but dog related and kind of humorous, but not deserving of its own thread.

    My now-passed Golden, Norman, was allergic to the bacteria on his own skin. Our new pup, Opal, is a goldendoodle, we chose that breed because my wife is allergic to dogs (but wants/needs a dog). Opal has been itching a lot so we took her to see the same doggy dermatologist that diagnosed Norman. The labs came back and Opal was allergic to a bunch of things.

    One of the things she's allergic to? Humans. I found that pretty damn funny and ironic.

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    OMG. Cute dog. And dogs allergic to humans??!?!?!? Get out! That would be hysterical if it wasn't real and if the dogs didn't have to suffer. Allergies suck. Vibes.

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    River dog. Attending to ground squirrels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    not really dog stoke, but dog related and kind of humorous, but not deserving of its own thread.

    My now-passed Golden, Norman, was allergic to the bacteria on his own skin. Our new pup, Opal, is a goldendoodle, we chose that breed because my wife is allergic to dogs (but wants/needs a dog). Opal has been itching a lot so we took her to see the same doggy dermatologist that diagnosed Norman. The labs came back and Opal was allergic to a bunch of things.

    One of the things she's allergic to? Humans. I found that pretty damn funny and ironic.

    Pic of Opal just for stoke:

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    this is the stuff of a dog seinfeld episode!
    skid luxury

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    not really dog stoke, but dog related and kind of humorous, but not deserving of its own thread.

    My now-passed Golden, Norman, was allergic to the bacteria on his own skin. Our new pup, Opal, is a goldendoodle, we chose that breed because my wife is allergic to dogs (but wants/needs a dog). Opal has been itching a lot so we took her to see the same doggy dermatologist that diagnosed Norman. The labs came back and Opal was allergic to a bunch of things.

    One of the things she's allergic to? Humans. I found that pretty damn funny and ironic.

    Pic of Opal just for stoke:

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    Try putting her on a grain free diet. Ours itched a lot until we did that on the advice of a dog store owner, and we’ve heard the same from a lot of other doodle owners.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bodywhomper View Post
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    That’s a really cool picture!

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    When your little old doglegs don’t want to walk all the way to the beach so you get a ride from your person...

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    Doggie stoke

    File under unsmart things done....

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    I was a poorly placed squirrel away from injury. It was exhilarating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billyk View Post
    That’s a really cool picture!
    Thanks. Never know how they’ll come out on an old GoPro.

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    Pro tip:
    Polaroid land camera gets you your pics in less than a minute.

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    I’m not a pro

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    Frankenbitch

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    If it's green, smoke it...if it's pink, poke it

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    Happy D.O.G.s hiking in the Unitas.
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    Porter is done for the day.
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    Some Ozzy stoke...

    I posted in another thread about mid of July that our boy wasn’t well, vomiting like crazy, blood in his stool, wouldn’t eat or drink. Ended up having him stay at the vet for a few days so they could get his fluids up, and settle his stomach so he would eat and keep food and fluids down. It was horrible. It lasted for about two weeks.

    It turns out that he had a pancreatic attack, on top of his kidneys acting up relative to the kidney disease diagnosis he got during his last physical at the end of June.

    Ozzy’s 13.5 yo and shares the same medical conditions (mentioned above) his sister did, and she had a good long life. So the diet has been adjusted, we’re giving him a supplement to keep kidney values at an acceptable, manageable level.

    A bunch of you have asked in PMs and texts how he’s doing and I’m stoked to say that he is back to his normal self, his strength levels are back up and he can’t wait for our daily ride or hike.

    Now, if I could just get him to stop rolling in shit he finds in the forest.

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    Ozzy vibe is strong — keep on keepin on!

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    I like that chessies gonna chessie go pro shot
    a couple more from the road




    beats me how cause he don't exert a whole lot of energies but Sheldon came home with a doggie hernia
    hasn't popped out again since the 1st day home
    hes back at work and tries to help



    and stopped by to hang out with the fugitive dog clan

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    Go Ozzie!

    Pearl too; good to see the next gen going full throttle. A lesson for all of us.

    Loki is about to hit 15, and shits in the house every day, but she’s my buddy, and so stinkin’ sweet. Makes me smile every day.

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    International Dog Day!

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