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Old 08-24-2016, 03:02 PM   #11
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Our dogs, Zeke and Zena. He's a full blooded red nose, almost 12 years old. She's part pit and part ridge back and about 9 years old.
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Old 08-24-2016, 05:58 PM   #12
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here are more of my 2.....who could resist the face on my lab mix...
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Gizmo is the black & tan, Boo is a Teddy Bear, both full blood Yorkies.
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Boo when she was little.
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Me, Zeke, and our daughters 4-H rabbit, Casper. Also, me and her 4-H guinea pig, Waffles.
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Since there's not a lot of people posting their own pets, here's a picture of my customers dog Ranger. Currently in remission for lymphoma cancer. One of the sweetest dogs ever.
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Rusty and Charlie.
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My dog likes to hold onto her treats like a cigar for a few minutes before eating them.
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heres my koi pond, have it about 20 plus years, I built it myself, deepest is about 4 ft deep, it has a breading area and every year, new babies..pic 3 that big orange one is just over 2 ft and pic 4 is the breeding area..main pond is about 9ft x 15ft x 4ft deep and breeding area is about 6ft x 9ft x 18 inches at the deepest and sides slope up...
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