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Lynfromlyndenwa
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« Reply #60 on: 07-Aug-09, 01:14:57 pm »

Here is my Trixie - cockapoo, now almost 14 years old

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Lyn, I never heard of a "cockapoo" and I looked for it on the internet.  I understand that it is a crossing from a Spaniel and a poodle. Very logical name, very nice dog!
greetings Aafke


Aafke,
Yes my girl is mostly Cocker (her father was a black-and-tan spaniel) and very little poo (mother was a gray poodle and that made her smaller than most spaniels).

I did not know how to do the 'quote' until you did it and I wanted to answer.  Thanks!

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« Reply #61 on: 07-Aug-09, 04:51:55 pm »

I just have to note that the pets section has more pages than any other on the new forum...what a classy bunch of people we are  kittykiss
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« Reply #62 on: 07-Aug-09, 08:00:50 pm »

I'm loving all the posts and pics! (I'm trying to post a picture of our "kids" but my computer says no; still working on it.) One of our dogs always barks at other animals on the TV - she even barks at cartoon animals.  cat

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« Reply #63 on: 07-Aug-09, 10:08:38 pm »

I just have to note that the pets section has more pages than any other on the new forum...what a classy bunch of people we are  kittykiss

Yes, we are! And we have some very classy pets, too!   thumbsup
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« Reply #64 on: 08-Aug-09, 11:35:28 am »

"Elbie", our six year old tabby, with one of his Southeast Alabama yard mates (http://www.gophertortoise.org/tortoise/facts.htm)

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« Reply #65 on: 08-Aug-09, 11:44:11 am »

Here is my Trixie - cockapoo, now almost 14 years old

Lyn



Lyn, I never heard of a "cockapoo" and I looked for it on the internet.  I understand that it is a crossing from a Spaniel and a poodle. Very logical name, very nice dog!
greetings Aafke


Aafke,
Yes my girl is mostly Cocker (her father was a black-and-tan spaniel) and very little poo (mother was a gray poodle and that made her smaller than most spaniels).

I did not know how to do the 'quote' until you did it and I wanted to answer.  Thanks!

Lyn from Lynden, WA

Hi Lyn, just click the "quote" button on a specific post you want to reply to instead of the reply button at the end of the page.  Start typing after the last [/quote]   2thumbsup Nora
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« Reply #66 on: 09-Aug-09, 07:13:32 am »

Here is my Trixie - cockapoo, now almost 14 years old

Lyn



Lyn, I never heard of a "cockapoo" and I looked for it on the internet.  I understand that it is a crossing from a Spaniel and a poodle. Very logical name, very nice dog!
greetings Aafke


Aafke,
Yes my girl is mostly Cocker (her father was a black-and-tan spaniel) and very little poo (mother was a gray poodle and that made her smaller than most spaniels).

I did not know how to do the 'quote' until you did it and I wanted to answer.  Thanks!

Lyn from Lynden, WA

Hi Lyn, just click the "quote" button on a specific post you want to reply to instead of the reply button at the end of the page.  Start typing after the last
   2thumbsup Nora
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O funny, do you see the quote is getting longer and longer.
Who want to try to make it even longer? clap
greetings Aafke
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« Reply #67 on: 09-Aug-09, 08:40:39 am »

Figured I'd be the first to post here. Everyone knows Bullet and Casey, of course. I just wanted to post pictures, too.  2thumbsup
Ok I am an egg,I have no message and I have posted it.
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« Reply #68 on: 09-Aug-09, 09:00:30 am »

Don't worry, Carla. Congrats on your first post!
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« Reply #69 on: 09-Aug-09, 11:35:32 am »

This is our Toby-all 22 lbs of him!


This is most likely the position that we find him during the day...

...but this is the position he likes in the evening while Bill and I are warching TV in the family room. LOL!


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« Reply #70 on: 09-Aug-09, 12:18:12 pm »

I like the pose where he's on his back! That's a BIG kitty! What the heck do you feed him? LOL.   Shocked
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« Reply #71 on: 09-Aug-09, 12:57:37 pm »

 tired Toby is gorgeous! But 22 lbs?? I like the shot of him lying belly up.

Dot in PA
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« Reply #72 on: 09-Aug-09, 02:00:16 pm »

These are my pets, minus a bunch of fish

Misha




Chester


Hudson


Kirby


Pretty, before I caught her










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« Reply #73 on: 09-Aug-09, 02:16:40 pm »

Congrats, Dot and nan on your first posts!
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« Reply #74 on: 09-Aug-09, 02:47:58 pm »

tired Toby is gorgeous! But 22 lbs?? I like the shot of him lying belly up.

Dot in PA

Toby was the runt of the litter (believe it or not) when we adopted him at age 6 weeks from Lollypop Farm 10 yrs ago.  He started getting heavy after we had him neutered so the Vet put him on a diet which he has been on practically his whole life.  When we go for check-ups, after he gets weighed, she just says "Toby is Toby". He only gets a 5 oz. can of wet food and a 1/4 cup dry/day and that's it-no table food or anything.  He just maintains his weight at about 21-22 lbs. He does have IBD so he's on Prednisone every 3 days but this amount of food is what makes him comfortable with few flare-ups.  Of course, he is an indoor cat and all he does is eat and sleep so...
I also want to say to all the others that have posted pics of their pets-what beautiful pets everybody has.  2thumbsup

Kris
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