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Just chased a fat whippet all over the neighborhood in the dark. We have an over proliferation of deer here too. They are not fat. This has nothing to do with architecture except for the dinner party gone wrong part. Explodify!!!
sounds like ted nugent reading harry potter.
A fat whippet? Does such a thing exist?
My dog is a bull terrier. A well-designed dog for a designer.
Bath Day for our dogs....so me in my skives...sitting on the edge of the tub doing the dry combing, wet combing and shampooing, then the rinse for two 75 pound dogs....thinking shit I'm getting old maybe it is time for smaller dogs. NO FRICKING WAY! LOVE MY BIG BOY AND GIRL. I was tossing snowballs to my Big Girl and she was loving it. Mrs S posted them to face book and it went viral.
Yes it was a fat whippet. Crazy thing. Tiny head fat body.
Nothing like a Jack Russell-Beagle-Pitbull mix. A nuclear bomb in compact size. Never a dull moment!
whippets are nitrous oxide chargers. That is what I pictured at least.
Australian Shepherd or Border Collie for me. Architects, most of whom are smart, need smart dogs.
Smooth collie here. She's not my dog, I'm her person.
My Jack Russel/Mongrel has been the inspiration for design changes to my back yard. mainly because she climbs anything she can get a foothold on. little escape artist.
saint bernard. long and storied history behind the breed. architects like history. sometimes more than the present. and her color matches the wood floor and white trim in my house. you should never buy a dog that doesn't match the furniture right?
True Friend and Loyal Companion
Feb 8, 2000 - Feb 12, 2014
Oh, Miles, I'm so sorry. It's so hard to lose a family member.
my dog and i will share a beer and a dog biscuit in lucy's memory tonight
So sorry Miles. She must have been a great one.
Sorry for your loss Miles.
I wouldn't know what to do if any of my 3 German Shepherds passed away =/
i'll tip my chardonnay and play some cat scratch fever, play some come a little dog and some black dog and some dirt dog and some die like a dog.
Sorry to hear of your loss. They do grow on you. They can be your very best friend and so the loss is always deep.
That's a long, wonderful companionship. Condolences, Miles.