Here's my Honey Buns, my almost 5 year old golden retriever last summer.
Here's my Rosie, lab/golden mix from last summer. She will be 7 in august
Here's my "old lady" Barley. She turns 12 in august. She's a chow/gsd mix.
And here's my Stardust, the nearly 5 year old husky in the middle of yawning.
Here's my 6 year old fat cat, sitting fat. His name is Fuzz, and despite the way his belly looks, he only weight about 16 pounds.
Here's the old man of the house, Tub. He will be 18 years old in June.
Here's BeeBee. He was 12 when he died back in 2009.
Here's Anubis (aka Noob), who died back in 2010. He was 15, and is the brother of our 18 year old.
Here's my Starlight, a husky. She was 17 months old when she died in 2008.
Here's my mother's cocker/border collie mix, Squirt. He will be 5 this year. Second pic is him as a puppy.
Here's my mother's schnauzer/chihuahua mix, Slipper. He turns 6. Second pic is him as a puppy.
Here's Rosie as a 3 month old puppy.
And here's Stardust and Honey Buns as puppies, with Rosie and Barley in the background. This was back in august 2008.
I have more kitties and doggies to show, but that will be for another post, as I don't want this one to be too long.
I think I have 3 defective dogs. My 2 retrievers hate water and are afraid of the waterhose. My husky hates when you toss snow at her. Also, my 2 retrievers do not play fetch, but my husky does.
2-year old picture of all 4 of my girls in a rare moment of them all sitting together.
Newer photo of my two pets, Toby the Shiba Inu and Coda the Domestic SH.
They both had their birthday on Dec 24th, Toby turned 4 and Coda turned 5.
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Hello guys - just quickly posting few of mine :
Hymenopus coronatus, eating a fly :
Mantis mantodea : (yes I hate HoF)
One of my spiders - Brachypelma smithi
And finally - our adorable dachshund investigating locuts
This is Casper, unfortunately he was put to sleep this morning after having him for 17 years
He left his brother Bean all by himself
@ peggleftw, d'aww <3
First a day out in the bright springsnow.
Then a nap on the sofa in as uncomfortable position as dogly possible.