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  1. #8826
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    He could work his way higher in the coming days. This is the currently exploited zone.
    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

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    I told Mrs. Seano last night that the idea of putting up the tree this weekend with Finn barreling around gives me legit chest pain…….Prolly find a way to either eat glass or electrocute himself.
    What we have here is an intelligence failure. You may be familiar with staring directly at that when shaving. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    Ornament destruction zone...
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    our current pup stella originally showed up during the holiday season & she would use the tree as a protection zone from the older dog & launch surprise attacks at him then retreat to the tree: same ^^^ zone of destruction, mixed with getting tangled in the lights...

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    [QUOTE=Ted Striker;6466490]Damn invisible forcefield!

    Do you have really clean glass, or is there an invisible fence-type thing going on? Or just a really good dog?

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    Definitely not a good dog. Chickens and rabbits need to be on high alert.

    It's floor to ceiling window at my grandparent's house, and I'm pretty sure those were the first deer she'd ever seen. She was actually shaking with excitement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seano732 View Post
    I told Mrs. Seano last night that the idea of putting up the tree this weekend with Finn barreling around gives me legit chest pain…….Prolly find a way to either eat glass or electrocute himself.
    Why choose just one?

    And he's not even a Labrador. Wait, is he part lab? By the end of this, ten or 15 years from now, you'll be calling him Crash too and will have forgotten he was once named Finn.

    You're going to have to be creative. Small table top sized tree. On a high shelf. Table is too low. I'm guessing he can get on the counters by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NW_SKIER View Post
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    Beautiful dog.


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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Why choose just one?

    And he's not even a Labrador. Wait, is he part lab? By the end of this, ten or 15 years from now, you'll be calling him Crash too and will have forgotten he was once named Finn.

    You're going to have to be creative. Small table top sized tree. On a high shelf. Table is too low. I'm guessing he can get on the counters by now.
    Lab retriever / doodle mix….And the Mrs. just gave me the eye for calling him Crash…Thanks.
    What we have here is an intelligence failure. You may be familiar with staring directly at that when shaving. .
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    Milo. Doing whatever it is that Milo does.

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    I see hydraulic turtles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seano732 View Post
    Lol…..
    I feel like I need one of those signs you see at construction sites: “Finn has gone X number of days without nearly dying”….

    So far so good this week (knocks on wood).
    You mean this sign?

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    I see hydraulic turtles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnificentUnicorn View Post
    Beautiful dog.


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    She knows it too. Loves it when people tell her how pretty she is. Haha.

    Zoe's turning out pretty great so far and she's barely a year and half old. I'm more impressed with her ability to learn with every adventure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NW_SKIER View Post
    She knows it too. Loves it when people tell her how pretty she is. Haha.

    Zoe's turning out pretty great so far and she's barely a year and half old. I'm more impressed with her ability to learn with every adventure.
    While the puppy craziness provides fond memories, if you ask me the best is yet to come. An adult Cattle Dog is one hell of a companion.

    Zoe reminds me a lot of Rosie (turns 9 this month). This was a couple weeks ago in Moab.
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    Rosie looks like Zoe's mom. Pretty dog.


    Heelers are amazing dogs, no doubt. They are alot of work, but I feel fortunate to have grown up with them for most of my childhood and into my adult life, so most of their quirks were not new to me.

    My parents love them and breed theirs for litters on occasion. That's where I got my awesome pup from. She was originally supposed to be my wife's dog, but alas, Zoe ended up picking me as her favorite. I routinely catch hell for "stealing the dog." Wasn't intentionally done, but how it worked out. One owner dogs, every time.

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    Left Meritt with the ‘rents while traveling for thanksgiving.

    Apparently having a good time exploring around the hills of Helena with his uncle Murphy:

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    One of them is getting coal for Christmas.

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    With my dad passing a few weeks ago, walks with Walter are even more special. Love this goofy bastard. Need to do a snow dance though.Name:  20211202_161648.jpeg
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    Oh man. Vibes lls. Great pic


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    sheldons chessie girlfriend came to visit


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    Quote Originally Posted by NW_SKIER View Post
    She knows it too.
    Bitches :-/
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    Quote Originally Posted by S_jenks View Post
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    After digging out that tower, did they find the squirrel?
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    When life gets you down, doggie stoke will set you right. Keep em coming folks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    Ornament destruction zone...
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    Bwah! I feel ya.

    The pup here is appreciative of the new pine-scented water bowl the tree is sitting in as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Shirk View Post
    Oh man. Vibes lls. Great pic


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    +2. Sorry LLS.



    Shep’s Border Collie tendencies are starting to show which is fun to watch cause he’s so different from his great uncle. He hides behind stuff all the time and peeks out. This time it’s about that very angry, loud, honking thing down by the water.

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    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    Bwah! I feel ya.

    The pup here is appreciative of the new pine-scented water bowl the tree is sitting in as well.





    +2. Sorry LLS.



    Shep’s Border Collie tendencies are starting to show which is fun to watch cause he’s so different from his great uncle. He hides behind stuff all the time and peeks out. This time it’s about that very angry, loud, honking thing down by the water.

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    Who's a good boy? Mine does the same and we've never been sure on if she is catahoula or some other mix of herding dog.

    Riser - Milo ain't skipping any meals eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Shirk View Post
    Who's a good boy? Mine does the same and we've never been sure on if she is catahoula or some other mix of herding dog.

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    Sparty’s always had herding tendencies. We suspect he’s part Border or Aussie, but that tail suggest maybe a little Pomi?

    A DNA test is probably in order, but I’d really like to take a more direct approach and clone him.

    Best friend eva, although Butters is showing real promise.

    Brought the little bug to the office today. “Can’t talk; working”
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