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Today 10:30 AM
Yellowlab Ajax is lovin' his Jeep!
10-21-2014 06:55 PM
rugbeater1971 my chocolate lab kooper
10-21-2014 06:29 PM
Tank555 My pup after surgery... She is a good hound dog...
10-21-2014 06:26 PM
Zwack-n-Irish Photos of some of our current doggie-Os...

1) Sherlock. 2 years old. Prettiest Chihuahua in the world. From show stock. Was going to be a show dog, but one of his testicles never descended (making him permanently disqualified), so he was neutered and given to me. He loves me dearly. Hates everyone else!

2) Puck Robin Dogfellow. He's a 12 year old Border Collie, aka a "Muppy"--a nickname given to him by a little girl when he was a puppy. She called him that, short for "Muppet Puppy". Licking at his nose is 2 year old Pomeranian, Fuzzyman.

3) Bitsy the Border Collie, age 10, and Bandit the PomChi, age 1 1/2. Bit is my "miracle dog"--one of 4 who were poisoned by an evil neighbor, and the only one who survived. Bitsy is from an unplanned mating between one of my Pomeranians (Belle), and one of my Chihuahuas (Blue Man). He was one of 3 in the litter, and the one I chose to keep. His siblings reside with friends of the family.

4) 5 y/o Fiona Pop!, aka "Poppy". She is 1/2 Pomeranian, and 1/2 Chihuahua, just like Bandit. They are not related.

5) 9 y/o Merry Man Underfoot. He is our first Pomeranian. Thanks to his sweet personality, we didn't stop with just one :-).
10-21-2014 06:13 PM
Zwack-n-Irish
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Originally Posted by Theandyman View Post
Our newest addition.
German Shepard #5
His name is Fenix , 10 weeks old , 15 lbs
Fenix is GORGEOUS! I adore puppies. Just makes me wanna pick him up and snuggle for hours. If he'd hold still that long, which I doubt... :-).
10-21-2014 05:42 PM
hbgirl
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Originally Posted by Theandyman View Post
Our newest addition.
German Shepard #5
His name is Fenix , 10 weeks old , 15 lbs
Aww, what a cutie ... and so fuzzy!

My GSD is 4.5 months old, and she is every bit the landshark at the moment.
10-21-2014 04:10 PM
Theandyman Our newest addition.
German Shepard #5
His name is Fenix , 10 weeks old , 15 lbs
10-21-2014 12:26 PM
WininUtah Z-n-I, that is some amazing family you have! Thanks for doing BC rescue at one time, they're not for everyone.
10-20-2014 08:34 AM
Yellowlab Another pic of Ajax when he was about 3 months old, one of his early trips to the local watering hole
10-18-2014 09:38 PM
hamrtime family pet and best bud so should be no surprise he's named buddy,
after couple hours in/out of water he naps and I can finally fly fish.




10-17-2014 09:39 AM
Yellowlab My boy Ajax. He's my 3rd Lab and by far the craziest one I've owned. BTW he loves playing pool
10-17-2014 08:09 AM
sloSS
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Originally Posted by Zwack-n-Irish View Post
I have a Scarlet, too. Her name is Rowan :-). And a Blue and Gold female named Jewells (aka Julie--"Jewelly" ). Down from up to 15 at once, including a male Hyacinth, several hybrids (yellow and red dominant Camelots, and a yellow dominant Capri), a Greenwing, more Scarlets and B&Gs, and probably others I can't even remember atm! Never bred them--they were all males except for Jewells and Rowan, and all simply pets. Downsized when physical problems made it difficult for me to care for them w/out having my husband doing all the work. So I kept my two favorites, and the only 2 females. I prefer their gentler and more loving personalities. How is Fred's personality? Some Scarlets can be nippy little beasties (although Rowan comes from a pair that produced the sweetest Scarlets I've ever met for over 40 years, including Rowan, who was a member of their last clutch), but them and the Greenwings seem to be more intelligent than the other macaw species. I'm fairly certain that Scarlets spend much of their day plotting how to take over the world !
Fred has her (had her DNA gender checked when she was 2) "nippy" side but she plays it. She'll begin to nip but then stops and stares for a reaction LOL.

She's lived with me for 21 years and has traveled around the US with me;
Phoenix, AZ, Boise, ID, Canton, OH, Todedo, OH, Memphis, TN, and Atlanta, GA. Each veterinarian has commented on her peaceful demeanor. She has equal moments of high energy.

When I'm on the phone she will start attacking her cage toys and growl - people on the other end of the phone often ask if I have a dog! When she is out of her cage she will often run full speed across the floor with wings out and tail splayed just to open her beak and put it around a foot or shoe; she stops without squeezing her beak and just stares at whomever's foot she has, waiting for their reaction. It's hilarious!

Sounds like you've had quite a nice collection!
10-17-2014 05:21 AM
Zwack-n-Irish Mikey Blue, my Hyacinth Macaw. He now resides in a wildlife conservation program, where he is part of a breeding program to help save endangered macaws like his own species.

One of my Okeetee corn snakes as a baby.

Fuzzyman, my Pomeranian "heart dog" :-).
10-15-2014 06:55 PM
Rule18
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Beautiful BBD! Love his/her shiny coat. Obviously a well cared-for and loved doggie-O :-).
She's definitely both of those, and definitely runs the place...
10-15-2014 05:57 PM
Zwack-n-Irish Beautiful BBD! Love his/her shiny coat. Obviously a well cared-for and loved doggie-O :-).
10-15-2014 04:17 PM
Rule18 My big mush...
10-15-2014 04:10 PM
Zwack-n-Irish
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Originally Posted by sloSS View Post
Here's my Scarlet Macaw, Fred.
I have a Scarlet, too. Her name is Rowan :-). And a Blue and Gold female named Jewells (aka Julie--"Jewelly" ). Down from up to 15 at once, including a male Hyacinth, several hybrids (yellow and red dominant Camelots, and a yellow dominant Capri), a Greenwing, more Scarlets and B&Gs, and probably others I can't even remember atm! Never bred them--they were all males except for Jewells and Rowan, and all simply pets. Downsized when physical problems made it difficult for me to care for them w/out having my husband doing all the work. So I kept my two favorites, and the only 2 females. I prefer their gentler and more loving personalities. How is Fred's personality? Some Scarlets can be nippy little beasties (although Rowan comes from a pair that produced the sweetest Scarlets I've ever met for over 40 years, including Rowan, who was a member of their last clutch), but them and the Greenwings seem to be more intelligent than the other macaw species. I'm fairly certain that Scarlets spend much of their day plotting how to take over the world !
10-15-2014 04:01 PM
Zwack-n-Irish
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A pair of pooped pooch's


You KNOW you're doing something right when you can tire out a pair of Border Collies! We have 2 (now older, at 10 and 12 years of age), and they can and do play for hours. We've had up to 7 at a time, as we did Border Collie rescue for years, and imho, they're among the most intelligent dogs out there, with some of the highest energy needs. Them, and Kelpies (I still want one, someday). FANTASTIC dogs, but not for everyone! You have to be as smart as the dog, and provide them with activities to match that intelligence and their need to be doing something active for hours on end, or they can become a real handful. YOU are obviously doing many things right with your dogs. YAY for them! They're an amazing breed, aren't they?
10-15-2014 10:12 AM
Eyebedam
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Well, he's gorgeous! I'd love to see a shot of your setup :-).
It's hard to get a good pic cause it's so big lol.. I'll try to get a better pic a little later

10-14-2014 12:52 PM
dgrady77
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Originally Posted by Rolly32 View Post
I just adopted this 5 month old blue heeler from my cousins who can no longer care for him. His name is Blue, he's sharp as a pencil but quite shy. I'm hoping to change that and make him a Jeep dog. I've always lurked the forums seeing people with jeep dogs. I hope Blue gets to become one!


Congrats on the Heeler pup! Hope you're prepared, because there's a whole lot of dog packed into that little package. I haven't tried driving with her with the top down, but my girl loves to go for rides.

10-14-2014 01:46 AM
flowerfistandbestialwail One of my two boys, Prometheus. He's no dog, but he's nearly as loving as one.
10-14-2014 01:22 AM
Zwack-n-Irish Here are photos of my beloved Fuzzyman. He is my "heart dog" and a Service Dog in Training for me. His real name is Foxworthy Fuzz (the Sequel), but I call him Fuzzyman. He turned 2 y/o this past September.

1) Pic of Fuzzyman reflected in the passenger side mirror.
2) Fuzzy looking quizzically at me. I think he was hoping for a snackie :-).
3) Fuzzyman, photographed on the same bridge as Foxworthy Fuzz (the Original). Foxworthy was poisoned by an evil neighbor just after Christmas almost 3 years ago. He was 9 y/o. HE was my heart dog, too.... Fuzzyman joined our household and took over my heart the following January, as a 4 month old puppy. This double photo of the two shows how similar they look(ed).
4) Fuzzyman, aged approximately 6 months, walking near the beach.
5) Fuzzyman looking adorable as he naps on a chair.
10-13-2014 07:17 AM
LtcJCB Latest
10-09-2014 04:50 PM
yellowtailfan Attachment 1550802

my 3 buddies. small, med, and large
10-09-2014 12:24 AM
Zwack-n-Irish This is my itty bitty tiny Goldie Girl. She is an AKC registered long-haired Chihuahua, and a conformation show dog (no Championship, yet--I was forewarned by the breeder that even though she's show quality, very few judges will put her up for a championship, since she's too small to ever be bred. I don't care, though. We just enjoy doing fun things together, and she really shines in the show ring--like a tiny, 1/4 carat diamond ). She is full grown at over a year old, and she weighs in at a mere 2 lbs. 6 oz. She ALWAYS wants to be held--a total "velcro dog". She loves meeting people, wants to take on all the big and little dogs in the world EXCEPT for other Chihuahuas, which she somehow recognizes as "her kind", and she has the funniest little grumbly-growly voice that she uses when she's feeling like warning the world out the window to stay away--but not QUITE ready to bark at it! LOL! I love her fiercely and completely. No one messes with my Lass! She owns the world--and my heart :-).
10-09-2014 12:10 AM
Zwack-n-Irish
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Originally Posted by Eyebedam View Post
It is a Carpintis Escondido... It's a big Green Texas... He is a beast... I have a 180 gallon, with a 250 gallon sump... I'll try & get a full tank shot..
Well, he's gorgeous! I'd love to see a shot of your setup :-).
10-08-2014 08:33 PM
Eyebedam It is a Carpintis Escondido... It's a big Green Texas... He is a beast... I have a 180 gallon, with a 250 gallon sump... I'll try & get a full tank shot..
10-08-2014 08:26 PM
Zwack-n-Irish Pretty! Is that a big male Jack Dempsy in breeding mode, or something very closely related?
10-08-2014 08:19 PM
Eyebedam
10-08-2014 08:11 PM
Zwack-n-Irish I don't think you REALLY want to see ALL of our pets, do you? I mean, we have _11_ dogs, 5 parrots (Scarlet, Blue and Gold, and Severe Macaws; a Blue Headed Pionus, and a Blue Front Amazon), a bunch of snakes from corn snakes to boa constrictors and pythons, and 2 fire-bellied toads. It would take pages and pages and pages to show them all! LOL! The one in my avatar, though, is my heart dog, Foxworthy Fuzz (the Sequel), aka Fuzzyman. He came into our lives when my other heart dog, Foxworthy Fuzz (the Original) was poisoned by an evil neighbor....

All of them are mine. Except for one--my husband's Rat Terrier, Faith. Here are 3 of our doggie-Os, left to right: Merry Man Underfoot (cream pom), Belle (orange pom), and Faith (rat terrier).
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