Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by CWB, Sep 9, 2016.
I dont think he likes close ups
This guy on the other hand
^ lol, Doggo 1 is just nodding his head rapidly cuz he agrees he should get more treats.
That's chuckwagon the other is jake jingleheimer schmidt
I mean the top one is you're a good boy and the bottom one is get the f$ck outta there
Beautiful European line GSD! I'll bet from Czech. My Hailey is a split Czech and GSR line. She is still a bit young, 10 months 52 lbs. A real hell raiser. Woking on obedience right now. Has 24/7 play drive but still has a lot of puppy.
Here's her pedigree http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=2414628-dynamis-von-evans-mountain
She's west german working lines. My wife is the one that knows about the dogs (shes been training over 15 yrs) I am still an apprentice, at best. She has a few vids on youtube of her training here (and a couple of our little chihuahua) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxaWL3X1Ctm2IJ28kTDpl6g/videos?sort=dd&view=0&shelf_id=0
Got a little picture happy last night and didn't include our other high-drive working dog...his name is little
He weighs just under 3 lbs... not much of a "working" dog but I wasn't lying about the high drive lol. He'll get the zoomies and run suicides on the bed
Hes Around 1 1/2 years old, dyna is just over two
AWSOME! That dog is a work of art! Its obvious when someone puts that kind of work into a dog. The results are top shelf.
Awsome! That dog is a work of art! It is obvious when someone puts that kind of work into a dog. The result is top shelf.
Thanks! Your bitch is very nice as well!
Oh yes, the quintessential female.
top to bottom: Pipsqueak, MissCopper, MissCopper, Pipsqueak. PipSqueak
Pipsqueak's not such a pipsqueak anymore!
HAHAHAHA yea no.....he is small in stature.....but damn he is HEAVY. (this is typical though of the Bombays) . Big "poca" haunches on him . Consumes about 2 POUNDS daily of 98% meat cat food. MissCopper is DOUBLE his size, like a baby black bear. She is a Burmese/Bombay cross, yet despite her floofyiness and size, can leap 6 feet up and run FAST.
original pic of PipSqueak when i brought him home:
he was so tiny (and shiny)
i can say, without any hesitation, that reaching down into the garbage bin and having that little preemie kitten grab my finger with his little claws/paws, was the BEST MOMENT OF MY 45 years on this planet. There is nothing else like it.
Our only remaining cat Haze, passed smooth out on the back of the couch. 10lbs of lazy as hell.