CPK Pet Thread

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I personally like animals over most people or children so here’s my knucklehead Kimber.
She’s a 2 year old Queensland Heeler that I picked up a few months after my Boston Terrier passed away from cancer.

This dog is a nutjob!
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Back when she was a pupper. EF2B6430-23DB-400B-9F61-9A655EAF6BD5.jpeg

This is my old pup Gracie.
Biggest sweetheart ever.
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Cap’n Smudge

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Cap’n Smudge and Odin
Both are pit bull/Basset Hound mixes. Although I’m pretty sure Smudges mother was actually a “bagle” or “bagel”, which is Basset/beagle mix.
When people ask what they are, I say Bad Asset. Neither of them are bad asses. 784C213F-7103-499B-ADE7-B329070162DD.jpeg Odin (Odog) 09B12784-FD93-4975-8734-A656095039F5.jpeg Fern and Cap’n Smudge D040FE77-86B8-45A7-81E2-7687030AA122.jpeg
They are all from shelters.

This post is dedicated to Bob (@betzner).
 
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The previous generation.
Maude - chocolate lab, pure bred, my wife’s dog when we got married
Blue - APBT, blue/brindle. I used to volunteer at the Humane Society walking dogs. Somebody found him and couldn’t locate the owner. They were going to relinquish him to the humane society. The humane society had a zero tolerance policy on pit bulls, so I took him home instead.
Bear - Newfoundland mix. Picked him up as a pup at the same humane society. 23B18533-25D2-45B4-ADE8-0AFB5B51A01A.jpeg

This post also dedicated to Bob.
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Dennis, our Shepard/collie mix, and Duke, our pit bull terrier.

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Here's our female GSD named Livvie, which is now about 5 1/2 years old:

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This is our gremlin which is a male Yorkie nearing his 15th year!
A complete PITA who is now keeping me awake at nights! I feel that his time is near but he also has something like nuclear age cockroach genes :D

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Truffles is an almost 12 YO male tabby cat which must have been a runt of his litter. He's very sweet and gets along with all of the dogs:

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This was Coal, our male Retriever, Lab & Border Collie mix who was lost about 2 years ago at the time when he had just turned 10 :(
The sweetest and gentlest giant ever (about 110 lb.)

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Coal & Livvie when we had just gotten her in Nov 2012 when she was barely 6 months. Man did she love to wrestle with Coal and just mess around with him as she got bigger and filled out. And was he ever so p*ssed at her every time she jumped on him right after their feeding time :D

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Cap’n Smudge

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Yeah he's getting it fixed eventually. Vet said his isn't bad enough to require fixing, as long as it doesn't bother him. But we're going to fix it just to be safe.
How old is he? These can resolve on their own. It’s where the umbillical cord was (his belly button). If it doesn’t they can fix it easily during neutering - if you are going that route.

ETA - I’m an electrician not a vet.
 
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How old is he? These can resolve on their own. It’s where the umbillical cord was (his belly button). If it doesn’t they can fix it easily during neutering - if you are going that route.

ETA - I’m an electrician not a vet.
Haha yeah no problem, I'm just an ironworker! Yeah that's pretty much what the vet said. It doesn't really need fixed, but when he's getting clipped we'll just fix it then. Might as well, just to be safe.
 
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