Thursday, September 8, 2011

They Grow Up So Fast

They start out so young and adorable.

Next thing you know, they're out racing around in your car.

(c) Home on the Range
"Pardon me, but your camera is disrupting my airflow. Kindly retract it so we may reestablish the normal laminar flow condition."

17 comments:

  1. That pup almost looks like a doll, it's so fuzzy and cute.

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  2. Fuzzy and cute is now about 150 pounds. Great Pyrenees mix from a rescue place. A great family dog for my clan out west.

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  3. I like BIG fuzzies ... and cute doesn't hurt, either. That's one happy puppy!

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  4. Our English Lab is the same way. She was less than 10 pound the day we got her, and now she's about 110. Built like the proverbial brick house too.

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  5. Bet the relatives aren't quite so keen to have "puppy" sit on their laps anymore. Dogs are happiest when their noses are out the window of a vehicle.

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  6. It would be great to see photos of the growth. Photos taken every x weeks/months/years. Faster as a puppy, slower as an adult.

    But that is me, too.

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  7. "My future's so bright... I gotta wear shades"...

    Dann in Ohio

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  8. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwww. How sweet! Love those shades!

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  9. This is how you spoil a dog

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FseLL1YOiqY&feature=related

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  10. Love the Doggles! Kudos for their getting the dog to wear them. THAT is a battle.

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  11. AWWW the puppy... what a handsome dog!

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  12. So, howcum they like the nose out the window, but they get pissed when you blow in their faces?
    I guess it *could* be my halitosis...

    TBG

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  13. A while back, I was in Missoula, and what did I see coming down the sidewalk?

    A man with his white Pit Bull on a leash, and they both had on wrap around shades!

    I had to go around the block to get another look.

    How cool!

    Bob
    III

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  14. Where did you get your hands on a Great Pyr dog? I was at a Pyr convention this weekend, and spend three days surrounded by 50, well-behaved, pretty much non-barking pyrs.

    They are incredible dogs, but are not your average canine. Definitely not for everyone.

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  15. Aanoosh - there are two of them in the family. Indeed, great dogs and wonderful with the little ones running around.

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