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General Board for Big Dogs with Big Paws / Re: Newfie on Craigslist
« on: January 18, 2009, 04:00:56 am »
I want him soooo bad.  But alas the hubby has already put his foot down and said NO.   :'(     But... (insert evil laugh here)  He hasnt seen a picture of him yet  ;D :P ;)

General Board for Big Dogs with Big Paws / Newfie on Craigslist
« on: January 18, 2009, 03:30:16 am »
Here is the add

Bear, my 7 month old Newfoundland needs a new home. He is big solid black and beautiful and the sweetest giant you'll ever come across. Although I am having to keep him chained right now because I can't stop him from killing my chickens. I have several other animals including horses, dogs, cats, rabbits, and of course chickens which is the only thing he doesn't get along with everyone else is fine. I love Bear to death and I can't stand to see him chained, he deserves much more.

There is a pic of him on here too.

If only I could get by with having " Just One More "  ;)

Holiday Things / Re: Scrooge
« on: December 21, 2008, 07:07:13 am »
Will do Holly.  He is such a big goof.  Hugs to the Load from me too OK??    Sorry to Thread Jack.


Big Dogs with Jobs / Re: Children Readng to Dogs - Cirra's Book Bags
« on: December 21, 2008, 06:00:35 am »
OMG What a wonderful thing you and Cirra are doing.  I would love for Morph to do something like that but there is no way.  Masons school will not allow any live animals on the school property at all.  It is their loss, esspecially when they could be doing a great program like you are.  Keep up the great work.


Holiday Things / Re: Scrooge
« on: December 21, 2008, 04:15:44 am »
I did not want to put up a tree either.  Between the dogs and both cats I told Smitty that poor tree would not stand a chance.  So he procceded to talk me into it and I finally gave in.  So we go out and buy a brand new tree. And we start setting it up, so of course everyone that is furry in our house is in the livingroom observing and or supervising and trying to help. Smitty goes to the garage to get another box of ornaments and I left the room for a second.  When I come back around the corner what do I find????  Morpheus is hikeing his leg on the chrstmas tree in my livingroom.  I start to yell at him and he gives me this look like "MOM you are the one that put a tree in the house!!!"  ??? ??? ::)  Oh well ya gotta love em.  Merry Christmas Everyone.

General Board for Big Dogs with Big Paws / Re: How cold is too cold?
« on: December 15, 2008, 08:00:11 am »
I just looked it up on a converter and 0 celcius is 32 F.  so -37c would be -5F.  My two boys are total opposites. Morph goes out does his business and is right back in the house as fast as possible.  AJ is the long haired one and would stay out all day if I would let him.  I dont think that he has EVER been cold.  But I agree with everyone else. If he seems umcomfortable then it is probably too cold.  He will tell you when it is time to come in.  Send some of that snow this way please.  We are still waiting for the first snow of the year.

Monthly Photo Contests / Re: 2009 BPO Calendar- VOTE HERE!
« on: December 01, 2008, 08:32:50 am »
All the puppers look great you guys.  This is gonna be one AWESOME calender.  Morph will have to be entered next year. We got caught up in the site malfunction too.

Any toy that will last more than 30 minutes in our house is worth the money.  So far this one has lasted 5 days.  A new WORLD Record. lol.  We got Morph a.k.a. the stuffie killer a Boomer Ball and he loves it.  It is big enough that he cant really get a grip on it so he more or less ends up pushing and chaseing it around the house and yard trying to grab it.  Warning though.  If used in the house make sure that all breakable stuff is safe cause they can become airborne and the ball itself is kinda heavy. This would be a great Christmas present for the super chewers here on BPO.

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