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That's my boy at the vet.... love of my life! [emoji7]

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My sweet ole man Sunny. 15 years old and still going.

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(makes baby noises) oh, my heart...my dog passed in the summer of 2016 and since then every time I walk outside or go by a yard with any dog big or small I walk up and baby talk said dog...hoping to get another one soon...count your blessings for having your fur friends, appreciate them, love on them because they will pass away...

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Here's my sweetie. I had been saying for years that our next dog would be named Lola. L-O-L-A Lola. (Kinks fan) and who showed up on the Humane Society webpage, already named Lola:

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It was meant to be!

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1523491070539.jpeg my Terri I love her so much she is a German shorthaired pointer mix she is 11 now we have had her 10 years now

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I have a grand-dog chi-pomerian mix what can I say, his mother was a b****! But he is black in color and is a cute little stinker named Bear. Sounds fierce but he's not, he's a cuddle bug. Thought I had a picture on this phone but I guess I don't. If i,for one I'll text it to this phone so I can post it and show you how cute he is!🐺

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Love love[emoji173]️[emoji813]️the puppy dog [emoji190] pics.... I had 3 German Shepherds over the years sadly they are gone, but we added a new dude to the family.... my son named him Duke he is 19 months old & 135lbs. We should’ve called him Scooby Doo he’s afraid of his own shadow in the biggest baby I’ve ever seen but will do anything for Scooby snack.lol!!!He is a Wheaton brindle Irish wolfhound
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What a cutie Patootie he is, makes me want to reach out and scratch,him behind the ears. Give him a hug for me!

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