Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by CWB, Sep 9, 2016.
this is "CREED" my 6 month old golden retriever
After losing my Boston Terrier last year to cancer, I finally talked myself into getting another pup.
This is Kimber. An 11 month old Queensland Heeler maniac.
She's doing a great job of helping me get past the loss of Gracie.
Sorry to hear that. I lost my Boston terrier to cancer as well. His name was Paco, and he was the best dog I have ever owned.
I'm trying to talk my wife into letting me get a chihuahua. If she caves in I'm going to get a male and name him Chico. He's gonna look like a beast after we finish working out together, and I'm gonna take him everywhere. Hopefully she will eventually give in.
Boston's are amazing little pups for sure. I had no clue that losing her would've beat me up as bad as it did.
Chihuahua's are great little dogs also! I don't know how they pack that much attitude and character in such a small package! You'll have your hands full if you get one.
For sure. Growing up half Mexican, we always had Chihuahuas. They were always little feisty bastards that's for sure. I love them though. My wife wants a Pomeranian, but screw all that. Lol
Love this pic - Creed looks like he is active and happy as hell!
We have 2 Brussels Griffons (bearded Ewok-looking things). They are small, crazy and super-lovable; not your typical ankle-biting yappers.
I want to squeeze their little faces off. Jesus, I sound like an old woman.
Lol, they tend have that affect on people.
Unique breed and personality for sure - they are very good companion dogs, but tend to overheat and get tired quickly so they aren't the best "long-hike" dogs. They love the woods and beach though!
My boy Major.
Guinness joining in here
Here is my best friend getting posed with his walking stick with matching profile.
Our new GSD.
^^ Pretty dog... Or maybe I just don't get out enough.......