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My big boy with a cycling related hat on!!!!!(13 posts)

My big boy with a cycling related hat on!!!!!Lazywriter
Sep 16, 2003 3:42 PM
It says "Life is good" on the brim and a guy smiling on a bike. I'd say he seems happy since I got him from the shelter on Saturday. I LOVE MY DOG SO MUCH.
re: My big boy with a cycling related hat on!!!!!aliensporebomb
Sep 16, 2003 4:38 PM
Great pic! It looks like he's smiling!
Excellent!!! n/tspankdoggie
Sep 16, 2003 5:07 PM
how old is your little guy? (nm)abicirider
Sep 16, 2003 5:08 PM
how old is your little guy? (nm)Lazywriter
Sep 16, 2003 5:44 PM
The Vet from the shelter I got him at figure around 3 years old give or take. He was abandoned in a field with a bag of dog food so we don't know exactly. The poor thing was just waiting out there because he thought they (whoever left him there) were coming back for him. He is a great great boy.
He let me give him a bath 5 hours after I got him home, he knows to stay and sit. He poops and pees outside and he comes to the bed every few hours to make sure I am still there at night. When I am about to walk him he gets excited and puts the leash in his mouth and leads me to the door. I LOVE MY DOG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Awesome I wish both of you....abicirider
Sep 17, 2003 3:05 AM
many many many years of enjoyment and happiness together, its sad on my part call me a freak but I would help a stray abandoned, before I would help a homeless person any day of the year. I truly hope he lives to 18 years old like my Toby(part Lab Part Golden Retrivere) did
Be Safe Out On The Roads!!!!!!
Ray Still
I have two...PsyDoc
Sep 17, 2003 3:53 AM
...bird dogs that my wife and I adopted from two local animal shelters in Lexington, KY. Both dogs have been absolutely wonderful, most of the time anyway. I have often wondered whether the dogs "knew" the predicament they were in and when rescued they go out of their way to please you as a way of saying "thanks." Sounds like your "little boy" (B-I-G dog) is well on his way to being a fantastic companion for you. I may have missed this, but what is his name?
Labs are fantastic dogs....Tower
Sep 17, 2003 4:27 AM
great companions, very loyal, very loving & VERY smart dogs.....but you've picked up on that already!

Great that you rescued him. Such a sad story about being abandoned in a field with a bag of food.......some people just don't get it.
re: My big boy with a cycling related hat on!!!!!tirider
Sep 16, 2003 7:31 PM
Kudos on the new addition.... anyone who takes in an animal from the shelter deserves the unconditional love they will receive. Why anyone would abandon a pet is truly beyond me. This one looks like he might need to be taken on a few mountainbike rides with you.
re: My big boy with a cycling related hat on!!!!!GixxerRick
Sep 16, 2003 7:59 PM
That dog is huge.... i wish i had one myself..
Take care of himSkooter
Sep 17, 2003 3:39 AM
I have a Black Lab who looks just like him. My sister in law gave him a bath 2 days ago and he licked the flea soap and got sick. Any ways here I sit at 04:20 in the am making sure he is ok. Yea it was + $1700 dollars but the look makes all the money and lack of sleep worth it, even though the vet said he wouldnt make it. My kids are ready for him to play again. He will.
Chow scoots

Ps: his tail is thumping
re: My big boy with a cycling related hat on!!!!!mackgoo
Sep 17, 2003 4:50 AM
Man Ray is in trouble.
That's so coolSpecialTater
Sep 17, 2003 6:24 AM
He would have fun with our Callie (3yr old yellow lab). Took her to the local "park" for a 3 mile ride around some single track. She did well for the first 2.5 and enjoyed a swim.