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- Jan 31, 2018
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- Caldwell, Idaho
How incredibly nice of you! My father mentioned that most times you could tell a person‘s character by the way they treated their livestock and pets. That seems to have changed with some pet owners through the years though.
So stinking cuteShe is blind, but he is her eyes, her path, her everything.
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Everyday in my life.Waiting for the ball to be thrown.
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Can you post a pic of the dog next to a car. Dam its hugeChicken bones are not a problem with my Newfoundlands. I truly believe they could each eat an entire roasted chicken in 4 bites. The best way to describe it is, it's the way an alligator eats with big jaws. There is no real chewing. A cheeseburger or an ice cream cone never hits the ground. They chomp and crush the chicken bones and raise their heads, throwing the food back to their throat like a gator. Sometimes if a steak is too chewy I'll cut it up and share it with the 2 Newfs. I'm sure they like the smell but there is no chewing, it's just gone as soon as it hits their mouths. Here's a face comparison. They are 160 and 165 pounds. They are too big for many exercises. They will wear out in 20 minutes of spirited walking. When I take them to the ranch here in Colorado they love the snow. They will walk all over the property rolling in any big snow drift they can find. At 50 yards or more, with their tails held low, you would swear it's two black bears out in a field or forest.
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So stinking cute
Why can’t people be as caring?So stinking cute
I record "Dog TV" on DirecTV and do the 3 hour recording extension, so I get 4-5 hours worth of the material.Bella’s new friendView attachment 1440788
Love the dog pix.Here is an old pic of Kentucky, our Pyrenees/Bernese mix. He was just a pup and we had a blizzard which i made trails with the snow blower for the dogs.
The other pic is Kentucky much older before he passed. He is with Dakota, a full Bernese. Dakota was a pup then.
The Pyrenees/ Bernese mix is a wonderful blend. They are very sturdy and usually don't have the hip issues .
Plus they still have the "life is wonderful" that all of the working class dogs do.
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