stick a fork in him, hes done

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    this is thru the slider...i would not let him in.....

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    his appt is first thing tomorrow....groomers words...you best walk that dog in the morning and not let him run.....or you will pay dearly....
     
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    He looks like he's bleeding in one pic.

    It's kind of hard to stop them from running once they start.
     
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    o that is the reflection of my gown...see the white socks reflecting at the bottom.....red gowns and white socks...men cant resist me....no hes not bleeding....if he were....i would not be joking about him but transporting his sorry ass to the vet.....that dog has been to a mother fucking canine othophlisist...hell i cant even spell it but a doggie eye doctor....she is in greensboro nc...and travels the state...i would gladly pay her fee again....o and encourage the kids to go into this field....1 hour & a n eye grid ....550 bucks ...she dont pay for her time ...you pay for her knowing....and she knows
     
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    that picture is just weird look at his teeth?
     
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    I'm guessing he had a blast running and splashing in the puddles!
     
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    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
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    o yeak it up on one side....sneer....

    he is covered in them little green things...i told my hubby he should clean those out they will clog the clippers...

    tomorrow i get me a yellow lab
     
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    my doberman is never dirty like that....never..jake is the mud dog....but it does wash off and when he is groomed he will be happier and i sure the hell will be....you can imagine the condition of the living rug...even with an oreck
     
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    But bones, look how happy he is, especially the third pic!

    When we first got our dog we gave her a bone to chew. She was outside with it, having fun. I was busy doing whatever when she ran up to me, all tail wagging, all excited . . . . and her front paws and chest covered in mud. She did a 'Lassie' (you know, that look they get and a bark to say 'come on'?) So I asked her what she wanted to show me. She ran over to the side of the shed (making sure I was following her) and proceeded to re-dig up her bone she had buried. She was a mess but so friggin' happy. She was just being the most dog she could be. Hard to get mad, let alone stay mad!
     
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    ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh i am sitting around...hubby goes....i am gonna trim some of the burrs out.....no problem...sure you can use my kitchen scissors...plus i have a stained glass pattern i need to cut with some pattern scissors...pattern scissors cut out a small strip that allows a margin for the copper foil so your piece does not "grow"......so i am looking about...here is the bag with dble tape and a glue stick...odd that is where the pattern scissors should be.....then suddenly there are my kitchen scissors and i run (honey hush running is not my fonte') outside screaming stop, stop....too late...he has used my stained glass pattern scissors to trim burrs out of his dog....he has promised he will buy a new set ....
     

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