It’s Doggityday!

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52 Responses to It’s Doggityday!

  1. Lucille says:

    RESCUE DOGS TRY PEANUT BUTTER FIRST TIME

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    • joshua says:

      more tolerant than the average human parent……

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Babies and most dogs just go together. We have bunches of pix of out GGS curled up and sleeping with Daisy the Border Collie and Zauber. The dogs would see him asleep and curl up around him or he’d get sleepy and pull up the closest dog. Same same outside, whenever he was outside at least one of them rode…shepherd…over him.

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  2. Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

    Such heros!

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  3. lovely says:

    Sometimes it is very difficult to wait until Doggity Day 🙂 !

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  4. Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

    Mom found her stash!

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    • joshua says:

      sure nuff MY favorite is a dusty mite filled old rawhide chew toy…..makes my day fur sure.

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    • joshua says:

      (clearly Mom is not a clean house nut) 2 1/2 years of under the sofa dust.

      achoooooooooooooooo!

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    • G-d&Country says:

      We had a husky/border collie mix. My brother worked as a meat cutter, and would cut huge bones lengthwise, and bring them home. The dog would bury them in the snow, and every spring it looked like a dinosaur graveyard when the snow melted. The strange thing was he never buried them in the dirt!

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      • joshua says:

        maybe he didn’t like dirt on his bones…and the snow kept them from rotting…

        I am reading two books, “How Dogs Think” and “What Do Dogs Know?”…I always thought that I understood about dogs as a human, but I want to know how dogs think and know about us humans.

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  5. G-d&Country says:

    I know this isn’t funny, but this pup is so beautiful, I had to post it’s picture. I do not think it is a golden, maybe it’s a field spaniel???

    I just can’t stop looking at that sweet face!

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  6. joshua says:

    I cannot read this without totally losing it….the older I grow, the more precious doggies become to me…as I think abandonment and loneliness become recognizable for the pain they create. Hope you do not mind me posting a sad one, but I am all out about rescues instead of purchasing pets now….

    Back to Petloss.com
    Prayer of a Stray
    —————–

    Dear God please send me somebody who’ll care!
    I’m tired of running, I’m sick with despair
    My body is aching, it’s so racked with pain
    And dear God I pray as I run in the rain

    That someone will love me and give me a home
    A warm cozy bed and a big juicy bone
    My last owner tied me all day in the yard
    Sometimes with no water and God that was hard!

    So I chewed my leash God; and I ran away
    To rummage in garbage; and live as a stray
    But now God I’m tired; and hungry and cold
    And I’m Oh so afraid; that I’ll never grow old

    They’ve chased me with sticks; hit me with stones
    While I run the streets; just looking for bones
    I’m not really bad God; please help if you can
    For I have become just another; “victim of man!”

    I’m wormy dear God; and I’m ridden with fleas
    and all that I ever wanted; was an owner to please
    If you find one for me God; I’ll try to be good
    I won’t chew their shoes; and I’ll do as I should

    I’ll love them; protect them; and try to obey
    When they tell me to sit; to lie down or to stay!
    I don’t think I’ll make it; too long on my own
    Cause I’m getting so weak; and I’m Oh so alone

    Each night as I sleep in the bushes I cry
    Cause I’m so afraid God; that I’m gonna die
    I’ve got so much love; and devotion to give
    That I should be given; a new chance to live

    So dear God please; oh please; answer my prayer
    and send me to somebody; who will really care
    That is dear God; if You’re really there!

    John Quealy

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    • Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

      My Border Collie is a rescue. Her mom had a litter in the woods in N.C. and no one knows who they all belonged to. Mom was half-starved, but the pups (3) were in pretty good condition, and very young. I got her from the Pheonix Border Collie rescue. Drove 300 miles to get her. She was just a little thing, but very loving. The foster home took good care of her and her brothers. She’s not perfect, but she’s perfect to me and her Daddy!
      We couldn’t ask for a sweeter, smarter and funny girl. And she can spell F-R-I-S-B-E-E!Go Isla!

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      • joshua says:

        Jacq….you are an angel in my eyes and thank you for letting your little girl dog give her love to you in exchange for making you happy and responsible for her well being.
        my last rescue was left in a cardboard box at age 5 weeks, barely eyes open, at a Valero Gas Station on a Memorial Day weekend….dumped with no chance…and I happened to buy gas on the way back home….and I took him home and he is the joy of my life today…such a big wild frantic loving cattledog…..who would have known that I would be so blessed.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Ours was an adult, abandoned and squatting at a neighbor’s house. One day as I drove by the mailbox at an abandoned farm just up the street she was curled up by its mailbox…for no particular reason I opened the truck door, she jumped in and she’s been with us for nearly ten years.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Sorry, our BC doesn’t chase frisbees or fetch sticks – she’s gotta contract – D-E-A-D S-T-I-N-K-Y F-I-S-H is definitely in her lexicon, at one time she nursed the petrified forend of a long-dead gar fish for weeks.

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    • G-d&Country says:

      That’s so sad :-{ , and sadly true. (all but the last “if”)

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      • joshua says:

        I agree….and the answer to the last “if” is, IMO, up to us humans to prove to these innocent creatures….God expects us to take care of them….he gave us “dominion” over all animals…he gave us the job to protect and care for them…and not by passing laws for snail darters, but for adopting and raising a snail darter in person if that is what actually is called for. We get to represent a loving God on Earth while we are here getting the wonderment of life in this world.

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  7. czarowniczy says:

    BTW, if the helmeted dog on the header had just a wee bit pointier muzzle it would be a dead ringer for our BD dog.

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