This is my one and a half year old Rottweiler(50%), Black Labrador(25%) and Border Collie(25%) mix, Samie. There was a hermit off the river where I work who had a few of these breed, unfortunately he passed away and by the time anyone thought about the dogs all but two had wandered into the wild. Saw one the other day, much longer fur and a whole lot shaggier looking, but the coloring is there. But let me tell you, she is 45 Lbs of furious puppy! She saved my life once, and caught a thief in my backyard who was trying to pry sheet metal from my shed- this vigilant guard dog barked, growled and tackled the man, biting his arm and leaving him with serious lacerations which required stitches. Another time when we were out on the river I was in the water sawing a log, and she barked a couple warning barks as two five-plus foot gators slid into the water not even a yard from me, allowed me to climb up onto the log, pulled my .44 and emptied six into one, the other left. Finished pulling that log from the channel, and brought home dinner. -I- would have been dinner if it weren't for the pooch! <3
Her hobbies include hunting, playing tug-of-war or fetch, and lap-dogging while I play video-games. She's a amazingly good swimmer, but she really doesn't care to much to jump into the water, which may be in part to the gator / moccasin infested river I work off of though.
Edit: When I found her she was only a little over a month old, I have puppy pictures and video that I still get teary eyed watching.
I used to have a Spider in my room, I don't know how it got in and it wasn't larger than half my thumb, including the legs, but it felt like having something like this http://svensguide.com/wp-content/upl..._Dads_hand.jpg in the room, constantly on the prowl, staring hungrily at my neck and my Red Bull.
It didn't get better when it randomly disappeared and never showed up again.
We also have a King Charles Spaniel much like this one, called Lady because it fits, with a brown spot on her forehead that resembles a heart!
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Those are pictures of him when he was healthy, and around 30 pounds. We called him Gee (hard g, like in gone), because he couldn't meow, and would make noise like he was saying "gee".
There's his bro, Ricky, who weighed about the same. He also couldn't make a real meow. These two were very dumb, but super sweet. They were really inbred.
Huggy: March 23, 1996 - May 21, 2007
Ricky - March 23, 1996 - February 7, 2010
Oh, and our old geezer kitty, Tub:
He's now 18 years old, and still kicking. He still acts like a young kitty.
Yeah every big ginger tom cat I've had always seem to be massive Our Oscar isn't overweight, but everything just seems so much bigger haha, hos paws are like saucers he's also very fluffy which makes him look bigger
So many cute pets o/
Here is my cat, playing with a pink thread, or killing it
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My two dogs. Black and white one is part Pit Bull part Hound, the other one is a Black Mouth Cur.