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Old 07-26-12, 21:04   #51
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LMAO!!! My wife and I joked that I would have to pay child support if we got a divorce... We spend about $350-$400 a month on dog cereal, chicken, treats & glucosamine/chondroitin pills. Still cheaper than kids! No college, car, clothes, cell phones, etc. etc. etc...
For sure. I'm at like $1200/month for child support. Sucks ass.
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Old 11-02-12, 15:27   #52
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I wish I could bring more than this thread back to life...

I unfortunately had to put down my basset hound yesterday evening.

She lived 15 long, great years with my family and I. She spent the past several months batteling a stomach tumor. It was to much of a gamble to have surgery as she might not of ever recovered from it in her old age. Hell, she probably got more life w/o the surgery. The vets were amazed she made it as long as she did.

So this post goes out to you ol' lady, more commonly known as: Tobes, Tobers, Tobster, Tobius, Tobbey Wobbey, Tobarella, ol' lady, fat dog, franken-tobes... aka... TOBY, the greatest basset hound in the world!

You will be missed but never forgotten!

I don't have any pics of her since im still at work, but I will get a few up later this evening if I can get myself out of this slump.

Otherwise, here is my 3 yr old choclate beagle, Lola... damn she is going to be lonely while im at work now...

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I wish I could bring more than this thread back to life...

I unfortunately had to put down my basset hound yesterday evening.

She lived 15 long, great years with my family and I. She spent the past several months batteling a stomach tumor. It was to much of a gamble to have surgery as she might not of ever recovered from it in her old age. Hell, she probably got more life w/o the surgery. The vets were amazed she made it as long as she did.

So this post goes out to you ol' lady, more commonly known as: Tobes, Tobers, Tobster, Tobius, Tobbey Wobbey, Tobarella, ol' lady, fat dog, franken-tobes... aka... TOBY, the greatest basset hound in the world!

You will be missed but never forgotten!

I don't have any pics of her since im still at work, but I will get a few up later this evening if I can get myself out of this slump.

Otherwise, here is my 3 yr old choclate beagle, Lola... damn she is going to be lonely while im at work now...
Sorry to hear that. It's always tough when they go. Hang in there.
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Heres my piggy "Ponyo". Shes not doing too good at the moment, hopefully she snaps out of it. Had to put her sister down at 3,5 yrs old. Shes only 2.5
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Bro in law holding my baby Halo in the WVU game family photo. I have another pit named Kimura and a hound named Atari. The wife is always bringing in fosters and helping place pups. She's pretty great with socializing, training, etc. Really makes it easier to find the dogs homes when they have some manners.

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I'm down to just one dog now. Just lost the long living Coco this morning. It was tragic to see her go but relive that she isn't suffering any more.Click image for larger version

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This is my boy Oxford and he is the love of my life. I still remember when he weighed six pounds and I would tote him around in a backpack on my bike.
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4y/o GSD/Rot. This dog is a frisbee maniac.
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My girl working on my sold CBR 1000rr

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