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Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

It's always Heath's fault.



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Crossposting my pup from PI.



This is Bella. She is big.

Writer Cath fucked around with this message at 03:11 on Dec 6, 2016

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Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

It's always Heath's fault.



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I don't know what you're talking about.




Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

It's always Heath's fault.



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I think it's safe to say that whether you've got a rescue, a pup from the breeder, a big one or a small one, dogges just plain rule.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Fried Chicken posted:

Boxers act like puppies their entire lives. Big enough to look like a guard dog, but playful enough there is no concern about aggression. The best dogges

A boxer mix is the only dog who can get Bella off her lazy rear end to run around in the dog park. They're unfailingly happy.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Cole posted:

I want to steal your dogge. Please PM your address and any hours in which Dakota will be left alone tia.

Well, how about pictures of a Felonious Dog instead?

Charges?

1. Stealing from a baby. In addition to the cookie monster, she stole his teddy bear. She walked up, sniffed my sister, sniffed the baby, then reached into the diaper bag and snatched this.




2. Sleeping on the only white couch in the house

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Vasudus posted:

The worst part about big dogs is you get at most 9 years out of them before their hearts explode

Family that lives across from my mom got a great dane and it's 6 years old now but has gone grey and has lots of health problems

Some dogs do go grey very early. Bella started going around 3. Every so often if I'm outside and look at her, all I see is the white outline of her muzzle through the window

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

It's always Heath's fault.



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This is a webcam I found a while back, featuring Great Dane services dogs. There's a new litter of puppies born, it's amazingly adorable. They're so wiggly.

http://explore.org/live-cams/player/great-dane-service-puppies-indoor-puppy-room

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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EVA BRAUN BLOWJOBS posted:

One of them looked like it was running in his sleep.

E: And now the mom jumped in. Jesus christ they get big.

And they're just so delightfully lazy. Bella goes for one solid walk and then she sleeps. I tell people who ask, that it's like owning a colossal cat.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Mad Dragon posted:

I've been watching them all day. If they didn't grow into horses, I would get one in a heartbeat.

I can safely say that they are an incredibly mellow dog. All mine asks for is a good walk, then it's naptime all day long.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Have some retro Bella.





Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

It's always Heath's fault.



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More Great Dane service puppies. It's amazing something so tiny gets to be so gigantic.

http://explore.org/live-cams/player/great-dane-service-puppies-indoor-puppy-room

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Fister Roboto posted:

Mousse has been getting into my nephew's stuffed animals lately. He's not chewing them up, though. He gingerly grabs them by their necks, takes them back to his bed and lays down with them, and starts licking them. It's the cutest god drat thing and I'm going to try to get some pictures.

Bella constantly steals from the children in her life. Constantly.



Writer Cath fucked around with this message at 13:34 on Dec 17, 2013

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Happy belated birthday, old lady dog.



She turned eight three days ago; seemed like everyone was celebrating

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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thehumandignity posted:

Not really. They're pretty docile dogs and love to lounge about. They need exercise like everyone else but not an extraordinary amount, a good walk once a day should suffice. The main problem with them (Besides their short lifespans and tendency towards health problems) is that they eat a lot of food.

That's the same with Bella. I take her out to a huge park once a week to really let her run and that's done wonders to keep her slim and her joints in good shape. But beyond that, one good walk a day is enough to keep her happy.

Also, she's a small Great Dane (125 pounds) but she still eats four cups a day, plus whatever she can scam.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Time posted:

I used to take my Great Dane to the children's hospital and kids would grab both ears and pick their feet off the ground. Little dudes would be swinging and he would just look at me and be like "really?".

My Dane was sleeping on her ottoman a couple years back and my four year old cousin always got a kick out of the fact that she loves to be covered with blankets. One day I looked at my cousin and said "Why don't you tell her a story so she can fall asleep?"

So he lifted her ear and started whispering a story to her. I didn't catch what it was about, but it definitely wasn't gibberish. When he finished, he covered her up and walked away.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Yodzilla posted:

boom headshot



Dogs live to headbutt, I swear.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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I'm not sure if you guys have yet seen the adorableness that is Boxer on a Trampoline.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hly0vuXPG-M

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Look at those ears.



Look at those giant frigging ears.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Not my dog, or my elephant.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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That face is adorable!

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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EVA BRAUN BLOWJOBS posted:

Also...ADVENTURE DOG!



I would hang out with that dog.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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This is a webcam of some Great Dane puppies who are going to be trained as service dogs. They're so chubby.

http://explore.org/live-cams/player/great-dane-service-puppies-indoor-puppy-room

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

It's always Heath's fault.



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A very helpful dogge.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVGlmuWCaDA

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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That's so far beyond ridiculous, I don't even have words.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Oh good golly, those ears are ridiculous!

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Yodzilla posted:

here we have a bunch of strange looking dogs in a field meeting another shorter strange looking dog



Something was said, something bad...

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Bella has a new toy. She loves it.



I think.

Writer Cath fucked around with this message at 18:49 on Aug 15, 2014

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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When my dog couldn't keep anything down, I started giving her bowls of broth.

Canned pumpkin is hugely helpful for upset dogge stomachs.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Sweet golly goodness, look at that face.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Dog with a job!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NK-T_t166TY

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Cole posted:

Digging? Not me!! Honest!!!



The face of total and complete innocence.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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pkells posted:

How the hell does someone train a dog to do all of that?

Also,



You have the right to remain snuggled.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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dscruffy1 posted:

Looks like it's suffering from a pet deficiency.

You know what you must do.

Get a pet for your pet?

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Great Danes can be huge drama queens.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOmKpQeqw6U

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Cole posted:



First dogge thread post in 2015

That's going to be hard to top in terms of cuteness.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Bella's fine if you wanna be exceptionally ho-hum for a while though.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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Hey Bella, how should we handle the -20 degree weather?



Good dogge.

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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This dogge owner. This dogge owner is good.

http://i.imgur.com/5GbW690.gifv

Writer Cath
Apr 1, 2007

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