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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 3:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

L4sleeko wrote:
Razz Ain't got nuthin' on my lil' Marthaleen . . .


Well that's a cute little fella, how old? Mine are 6 weeks as of yesterday and they are already twice as big as when I took the pictures last week. Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 4:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shocked Marthalean? A "Fella" ?! Surprised
How DARE you! Laughing
Actually, she's about 3 now. First year Puggs are a nightmare to train.
Give you an example;
'bout 11:00 at night, getting ready to go to bed, turn out all the lights . . . Marthalean starts screaming her bloody brains out. Walk into room, somethin' smells odd but let her out of kennel. She books and runs full blast. Turn on lights, no contact lens in, can't see ANYTHING.
Well, she shit all over the inside of her Kennel, got it all over her feet, ran all thru the ENTIRE house at FULL TILT. NO paper towels left - just ran out. All this as I am ready to go to bed. Long story short - I got to bed at 1:00 am. Mad
What-a-disASter fursur! Sad
Marthalean almost went back to the store, and . . . finally, after 2 years, she's fine. Confused
Moral of the story . . . if you want a Pugg, be prepared - or get peppered.
?;^)~
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 4:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

L4sleeko wrote:
Shocked Marthalean? A "Fella" ?! Surprised
How DARE you! Laughing
Actually, she's about 3 now. First year Puggs are a nightmare to train.
Give you an example;
'bout 11:00 at night, getting ready to go to bed, turn out all the lights . . . Marthalean starts screaming her bloody brains out. Walk into room, somethin' smells odd but let her out of kennel. She books and runs full blast. Turn on lights, no contact lens in, can't see ANYTHING.
Well, she shit all over the inside of her Kennel, got it all over her feet, ran all thru the ENTIRE house at FULL TILT. NO paper towels left - just ran out. All this as I am ready to go to bed. Long story short - I got to bed at 1:00 am. Mad
What-a-disASter fursur! Sad
Marthalean almost went back to the store, and . . . finally, after 2 years, she's fine. Confused
Moral of the story . . . if you want a Pugg, be prepared - or get peppered.
?;^)~


Laughin my arse off Laughin my arse off Laughin my arse off Laughin my arse off Huh? Laughin my arse off Laughin my arse off Laughin my arse off Laughin my arse off Laughin my arse off

Man you have to remind me of what I'm in for!! Laughin my arse off

BTW, sorry for the gender confusion, couldn't see the plumbing. I dunno? Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 7:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've just been adopted by a stray Jack Russel terrier.
I named him Perry. Talk about energy!! I was wanting a big slow moving,
lazy dog, but this one just decided he was gonna move in.
He can jump almost as high as my shoulder.

I used to work at an animal shelter and was the kitten nurse. Tube fed
and bottle fed many a litter of kittens with no Moms, so I know what
you're going thru, Gorecki. But that part'll be over very soon, then you
get the chewing on everything part! Oh boy!
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 11:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

this thread has become irresistable

a likeness of our puppy Cato in April.
he's part border collie, shepherd and husky.



now he is 10 months old
he runs like the wind
has chewed up every child's toy left out in the yard
is best friends with our cat Kissa
is very smart (we know, our other dog is NOT)
learned to do his job very quickly- goose chaser at the golf course
is very very very friendly
and gives lots and lots of puppy love. still



not all fun and games though, Gorecki....
he enjoys rolling in dead and rotting salmon that come down the river every fall P.U.!
and still chases cars unless i'm right there to stop him
naughty puppy
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 8:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like cats.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 11:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gorecki wrote:
hanni wrote:
jazzplease wrote:
Damn Im jealous! I want a dog! But I can't see that happening for another few years yet. Doooh


itīs the same with me and i just keep care of other people dogs, i like it, at home we had always dogs and parrots, i miss a parrot flying around, climbing up the curtains and sleeping at the wardrobe, we had a cage for them but mostly they where sitting on the top of the cage, i like horses too, but they are to big and i have to rent a stable for much money, maybe later in some years.... Very Happy


Well they are A LOT of work! Confused Between feeding every 3-4 hours, taking them outside even more. So far right now the best time is when they are sleeping because otherwise they are all over the place getting into mischief.

Don't get me wrong; they are absolutely adorable but man I’m getting tired of being tired. I’ve had one entire nights sleep since we got them and done most of the all night sessions… So I’m already looking forward to them getting a little older. Mr. Green


ha ha ha , like little babys, you are the mother for them, are you sleeping at the floor between them? maybe they miss you at night and make terror...... they are realy cute Wink
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 5:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cute, Nezumi!

Gen. S., I like cats too. I have one that does tricks. She sits up and also
jumps thru a hoop.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 12:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

jazzerchick wrote:
Cute, Nezumi!

Gen. S., I like cats too. I have one that does tricks. She sits up and also
jumps thru a hoop.


animals and trickīs, Very Happy that remember me to my cockatiel male, i had from a family they donīt want him anymore, they told me he is only biting the kidīs and noisy but he is very young, that all wasnīt true, he was an adult full grown parrot, could fly very good and fast not like a young bird, had a ring on his leg and he let me touch his leg (no bitings, never) so we could find out how old and from where he was, also he was smart and learned a lot of trickīs, i donīt know what the kidīs from the family did with him maybe the kidīs where ugly to him, he deceased with 32 years, that was old for a cockatiel, our dog deceased with 16 years, a border sheep dog mix
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 1:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have to admit, I like this! Everyone talking about their babies. We have two cats as well Athos (currently in my lap) and Aramis. Porthos passed away a couple of years ago from some strange sickness.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 2:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

jazzerchick wrote:
Cute, Nezumi!

Gen. S., I like cats too. I have one that does tricks. She sits up and also
jumps thru a hoop.


thanks jazzerchick!

your cat does tricks?
and here i thought 'cats tricks' were just an uban legend
(along with cat prostitution-lol)

my cat only knows how to do one thing, but he does it purrrrfectly:
whatever the heck he wants.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2007 5:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Awwww!!
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2007 5:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

These pictures are great Very Happy

The cat I grew up with would fetch straws when he was a kitten Laughing

Anyhow, here is my cat, now about a year and a half years old



She has very good musical taste too.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 2:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ha ha ha, a lot of cat music at night here......, they sound like little kidīs and donīt let you sleep, the catīs here not run away if a dog comes, they fight with them and than the dogīs make a big bow around them, these are not my catīs they are just here
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 12:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gorecki wrote:
I have to admit, I like this! Everyone talking about their babies. We have two cats as well Athos (currently in my lap) and Aramis. Porthos passed away a couple of years ago from some strange sickness.


good names for your cats gorecki.
i like interesting pet names, probably because i grew up with numbered dogs.
my own first dog was Einstein. and yes he was smart.
we called one of our cats 'chow mein' Laughing
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