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Old 12-17-2011, 09:59 AM   #31 
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Can i upload the pics of my baby turtle also

Hi guys i have a baby frog pet in my fish aquarium Can i also upload the pics of my baby turtle here.
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Old 12-17-2011, 06:44 PM   #32 
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You most definitely can. They dont have any fins do they, so of course! Any animal without fins can be shown. Looking forward to him/her I love turtles. I've had 3 55 gallons on here at one time with just 2 turtle's in each! They are so nice to have and i believe they are good luck. Just my opinion...
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Old 12-19-2011, 11:47 PM   #33 
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It's dangerous to ask me to post photos of my dogs. I have about 5,925 of them. ;)

We currently have Silas, a 3-year old male Doberman




And Scout, a 25-pound, 2-year old female French Bulldog/Chihuahua mix




They are BFFs. :) They run around like fools and wrestle together, and then snuggle together. My dogs have always gotten along, but these two have a special (and extra-adorable) bond.








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Old 12-20-2011, 09:01 PM   #34 
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Wow they are just so cute! Adorable pictures! The doberman is amazing! Is he Purebred/mix?
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Old 12-20-2011, 10:15 PM   #35 
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Thanks, we think they're pretty cute, too. Silas is purebred. What makes you think he is not? His wonky ears maybe? He has a very looooong show crop - too long in my aesthetic opinion but I did not get a choice and his temperament trumps his ears by a longshot! :) He never wants to hold them upright - sometimes both are at attention, sometimes it is one up, one down, sometimes both are down. His Doberplane position. ;) It definitely gives him character and "softens" his Doberman-ness. He is a therapy dog with the Delta Society so it's kind of nice that he doesn't always hold his donkey ears up at attention, because I think it puts people who might associate the breed with "scary" more at ease.

Here's a shot of him with them up.

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Old 12-20-2011, 10:43 PM   #36 
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@MagPie: He is cute! From afar, I probably would have been a bit intimidation with him, but i'm sure with the way that you describe him, he is a sweetheart. Especially if he is in the Delta Society.

Just to clarify, I didn't mean that I thought he was a mix at all. I was asking was he a Full bred/ (meaning or) a mix.

I knew he was a full bred, but didn't want to say "He is Definitely a full bred and if he wasn't you tell me that he is all of the above." Does that make sense?

I had a full bred pug and someone I ran into walking her said "What a cute pug and jack russle mix. I tried explaining, but they insisted on proving me wrong when I had the papers from her birth.
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Old 12-21-2011, 09:25 AM   #37 
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No worries! I just assumed since you asked that you saw something that made you wonder, I was just curious, that's all. He is my love-bucket. Very sweet and loving, and very gentle with kids- we do a Read to Dogs program and he is great at it. And he's also a silly goof. :D

Yeah, lots of people don't know much about dogs. I've been asked a few times if Silas is a great dane. (He's not nearrrrrly as tall, and he only weighs about 75 lbs.) :) I also have a friend with a red Doberman and she was TOLD by some woman that she was definitely a mix because of the coloration. There are actually 4 colors of Dobermans, and red and black are the most common. *shakes head* People will also tell me that Dobermans' brains grow too large for their skull and they ultimately end up turning on their owners. People really, truly believe this! It's crazy out there with many idiots out and about.

I told you to beware of asking me for dog photos.... Here he is hard at "work" with his sweet ears on - aka the Doberplane.

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Old 12-21-2011, 07:13 PM   #38 
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No worries! I just assumed since you asked that you saw something that made you wonder, I was just curious, that's all. He is my love-bucket. Very sweet and loving, and very gentle with kids- we do a Read to Dogs program and he is great at it. And he's also a silly goof. :D

Yeah, lots of people don't know much about dogs. I've been asked a few times if Silas is a great dane. (He's not nearrrrrly as tall, and he only weighs about 75 lbs.) :) I also have a friend with a red Doberman and she was TOLD by some woman that she was definitely a mix because of the coloration. There are actually 4 colors of Dobermans, and red and black are the most common. *shakes head* People will also tell me that Dobermans' brains grow too large for their skull and they ultimately end up turning on their owners. People really, truly believe this! It's crazy out there with many idiots out and about.

I told you to beware of asking me for dog photos.... Here he is hard at "work" with his sweet ears on - aka the Doberplane.

I agree when you say not many people know much about dogs because they really feel that they are right even when you have proof. They are just ion denial.

*Doberplane* Haha! That's too funny. When you first said that, I didn't get it. Now I do!

He is so cute. To be honest (From what I've seen on Many dog shows and being at dog shows) he looks like a Show Dog. He has such a cute face and his ears are really pointy like the show owners' dogs.
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Old 12-21-2011, 11:27 PM   #39 
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not a pic but even better! a vid of my dog swimming in my pool.

this will make you laugh or at least smile for a little

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUW9rI_pSck
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this is my baby, my best buddy, and the cause of all my headaches: Ziggy, Ziggers, Ziggoo, Zigmunch, Munch, Zigchoo, Spaghetti Noodle:
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