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Mixed Breed Pictures / Re: A Hostile Take-Over.....
« on: May 10, 2007, 01:35:49 am »
hahahahaha Well I saw Stephanie's pics of Deisel the other day and how she posted in the heading about ummm the boys...  lol... so I figured that I would just.. touch up the pics a little before I posted them. lol.   He has got some BIG boys and I didnt figure that ya'll wanted to look at them lol.  How did I guess that Jenn would be the first one to point that out too. hahahah Pervert...

We have had a hostile take over in our livingroom.  Mason has one of those Spiderman fold out couches that he loves to lay on and watch movies.  Well Morph has decided that he likes it too.  So we end up with this...

Mom Make him move..

Oh.. he left... I didnt do anything...

Well since he is gone I might as well get comfy

Ahhhh this is better..

Anything Non-Dog Related / Re: Yet Another Surprise :)
« on: May 09, 2007, 03:12:13 am »
Awwww Congrats!!!!  I am sooo sorry that you are feeling bad.  I was dying when I was preggers with Mason.  My grandma told me and old wives tail and it worked like a charm.  You may not belive it but try it.. what have you got to loose??  Dont mention this at all to the hubby though... Ok.??  Here is what you do.. it is real simple.. In the morning you have to get up before he does ok.  What ya do is get up but DONT get out of bed on your side... instead climb over him and get out of bed on his side.  You will transfer all of your sickness to him and you will feel great.  I swear that it worked.  The first morning I did it I went and ate breakfast and Smitty ran for the bathroom.  I felt bad about it and told my grandma about it after he went to work.. She said dont feel bad.. after all he is the one that caused it lol. 

I hope that you get to feeling better hun and congratulation s.

Rottweiler Pictures / Re: More walking...
« on: May 08, 2007, 09:26:03 am »
Awwww great pics Lin.  I love the second one it looks like Grace is laughing cause she is haveing soooo much fun.  If you figure out how to explain to her that people that are running are not "bad" let me know.  Morph has that issue too and we havent figured out how to stop it yet.  She is such a Happy big ole baby.

Ohhh But of Course.  Do you actually think that I was going to clean it up>???  He did however have a little bit of help.. Morph came over and helped clean off the bottom cabinet. lol.

Medical Conditions & Diseases / Re: Small grayish spot on dog nose?
« on: May 07, 2007, 03:31:15 am »
Morph has one of those on bottom left side of his nose.  It feels just like the rest of his nose it is just a different color.  We asked our vet about it and he said that it was nothing to worry about.  He told us that if it bothered us too much.. That is was nothing a Sharpie Marker wouldnt fix lol.  So I would just chalk it up to one of those strange things that we cant explain and leave it at that.

In Smittys defence in Culinary School they apparently don't teach you how to cook in a microwave.  Actually he is pretty old so I am not sure that Microwaves were invented when he went to school  hahahahaha  ;D 

On a side note.. he was trying to hard boil a couple of eggs (uber fast) in order to make tuna salad.

If I have learned anything from BPO it is No Matter What Happens... Grab the Camera First lol... 

Well Mr. Smitty who used to be the number 2 Chef at Disney World, before he joined the Navy.  For some reason he just decided to cook an egg in the microwave, in a bowl, with some water in it.  Well as he just found out by giving everyone in the house a heart attack... You Can Not Cook Eggs in the Microwave.  So like a good BPOer I grabbed the camera first and started laughing.  This is what happens.. it will actually blow the door to your microwave open.  HUH Who Knew   ??? ::) :P

hahahha morph has wayyyy to many issues to be doing that.  lets see besides his personal conquest to rid the earth of all squirrels and rabbits.  he also hates anything around his face, and dispises his toe nails being cut.  I think that if I blindfolded him he would loose his mind lol.  Maybe by the time he is 2 he will have calmed down enough to try this.  We will just have to see. 

I found that web site.  Enjoy

OMG she is beautiful.  She has to find a good home on here.  If I wasnt paranoid about that breed I would try and get my mom to take her.  I hope that she finds a good home. Thanks for posting her Lyn

hahahahaha That is kind of what we did.  We had Anka and a German/Sharpei Cross that pulled all the time.  I would even hook them up to my bike and go.  When AJ was big enough to keep up with us we hooked him up too.  So it was 2 biggish wheel dogs and 1 very smallish lead dog.  ahahaha That way they wouldnt be draggin him along behind them.  They knew all of the commands and they actually picked them up really fast.  It was soooo much fun.  Maybe I should try that again with Morph??hehehee  Naaaa better not.. he would have me wrapped around a tree if he saw a squirrel.  I am still looking for that web site I will post it as soon as I find it.

For Axle you could do like what we did... We used to have a Huskey named Anka and we would hook her up to a scooter that Troy my oldest son had.  We made a harness for her it was uber easy and away we went.  She loved it cause she had a Job I mean she was made for pulling and we went all over the place with her.  All of my pics of her are on my old crashed computer but I can find the web site on how to build a harness if you want it.  We had soooo much fun and it was a great conversation piece too lol.

Games & Jokes / Re: New Game! Name that Quote
« on: May 06, 2007, 02:59:18 am »
THe Foreward of Night Shift Stephen King

Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.

Amy my command did this when I was in the Navy about 7 years ago.  Four years ago I got called up to the Skippers office and was told that I was a match to a guy in Mass.  So they flew me to Bathesda Naval Hospital for a week to donate bone marrow to him.  It was free of charge and extreamly simple.  I took special pills for 4 days that leeched bone marrow out into my blood stream and toured the city, then the next 2 days they hooked me for about an hour and a half to pretty much an IV and took blood, strained it and put it back in my other arm.  It was no more painful than giving blood.  Nothing like the horror stories that you hear about them actually pulling bone marrow out of your bones like they used to.  Me and Steven and his wife Dotty are still in contact and his Lukemia has been in full remission for 3 years.  It was an awesome experience and I would recommend that Everyone sign up to be a donor.  You really can change someones life.

OK here is Morphs in the same format you all did it.  hehehehe

Fearfulness: 21%
Fear of people: 27%
Non-social fear: 25%
Fear/submission towards other dogs: 7%
Fear during handling: 25%

Aggression towards people: 36%
General aggression towards people: 50%
Situational aggression towards people: 21%

Activity/Excitability: 92%
Excitability: 81%
Playfulness: 98%
Active engagement: 92%
Companionabili ty: 97%

Resonsiveness to Training: 85%
Trainability: 95%
Controllabilit y: 74%

Aggression towards animals: 22%
Aggression towards dogs: 13%
Prey drive: 31%
Dominance over dogs: 22%

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