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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #450 on: July 09, 2019, 10:27:51 AM »
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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #451 on: July 09, 2019, 10:46:07 AM »
Amazing that something that cute can be capable of the things they can do. 

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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #452 on: July 09, 2019, 11:02:16 AM »
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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #453 on: October 07, 2019, 12:59:22 PM »
We lost our gentle giant this weekend. Mojo was a tiny thing when he ran in front of Michelle's car. When she found out he was from a box of abandoned puppies, he stayed, and our lives have been better ever since. He had the kindest soul of any creature I ever met. When Michelle and I were cast as the fighting upstairs couple in Streetcar, we couldn't rehearse at home because the arguments upset him and he'd run back and forth between us, yelping and trying and calm us down. To the end, he'd crawl up on the couch to lick my face and try to comfort me if I just yelled at a football game, always leaving me laughing as I tried to explain, again. When Michelle was gone, he'd wait and watch, pining in his bed by the window, never really happy unless he was sure she was home and safe. He had a special squeaky bark and circle dance whenever the boys came home. He was the big dog who would lay on his side to pretend fight the little ones so they had a chance and he was their best friend.

This spot was one of his favorites over the last year. As walking became tougher, we'd go to the park and he'd lead me here, plop down, and we'd sit and watch the ducks and he'd smile as brave children sidled up to pet him for a while. Good boy, Mojo. We will miss you so much.
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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #454 on: October 07, 2019, 02:17:46 PM »
We lost our gentle giant this weekend. Mojo was a tiny thing when he ran in front of Michelle's car. When she found out he was from a box of abandoned puppies, he stayed, and our lives have been better ever since. He had the kindest soul of any creature I ever met. When Michelle and I were cast as the fighting upstairs couple in Streetcar, we couldn't rehearse at home because the arguments upset him and he'd run back and forth between us, yelping and trying and calm us down. To the end, he'd crawl up on the couch to lick my face and try to comfort me if I just yelled at a football game, always leaving me laughing as I tried to explain, again. When Michelle was gone, he'd wait and watch, pining in his bed by the window, never really happy unless he was sure she was home and safe. He had a special squeaky bark and circle dance whenever the boys came home. He was the big dog who would lay on his side to pretend fight the little ones so they had a chance and he was their best friend.

This spot was one of his favorites over the last year. As walking became tougher, we'd go to the park and he'd lead me here, plop down, and we'd sit and watch the ducks and he'd smile as brave children sidled up to pet him for a while. Good boy, Mojo. We will miss you so much.

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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #455 on: October 07, 2019, 02:19:49 PM »
We lost our gentle giant this weekend. Mojo was a tiny thing when he ran in front of Michelle's car. When she found out he was from a box of abandoned puppies, he stayed, and our lives have been better ever since. He had the kindest soul of any creature I ever met. When Michelle and I were cast as the fighting upstairs couple in Streetcar, we couldn't rehearse at home because the arguments upset him and he'd run back and forth between us, yelping and trying and calm us down. To the end, he'd crawl up on the couch to lick my face and try to comfort me if I just yelled at a football game, always leaving me laughing as I tried to explain, again. When Michelle was gone, he'd wait and watch, pining in his bed by the window, never really happy unless he was sure she was home and safe. He had a special squeaky bark and circle dance whenever the boys came home. He was the big dog who would lay on his side to pretend fight the little ones so they had a chance and he was their best friend.

This spot was one of his favorites over the last year. As walking became tougher, we'd go to the park and he'd lead me here, plop down, and we'd sit and watch the ducks and he'd smile as brave children sidled up to pet him for a while. Good boy, Mojo. We will miss you so much.

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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #456 on: October 07, 2019, 02:28:28 PM »
My doggo (see my avitar) picked out where his bed should be in the new house. We were putting it in the study and I placed it in an out-of-the-way corner, thinking he would prefer not to be near a lot of foot traffic. But he stared at me until he caught my attention and went over to a place near the door where he could see into the hallway. Then he turned around a few times and stared at me again, I took this to mean that he wanted his bed there, so I moved it and he hopped right in. He's been happily napping there much of every day.  It's also next to my napping chair, so we evidently think alike.

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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #457 on: October 07, 2019, 02:51:11 PM »
Mom’s dogs...who mostly follow me around.
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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #458 on: October 07, 2019, 03:10:47 PM »
We lost our gentle giant this weekend. Mojo was a tiny thing when he ran in front of Michelle's car. When she found out he was from a box of abandoned puppies, he stayed, and our lives have been better ever since. He had the kindest soul of any creature I ever met. When Michelle and I were cast as the fighting upstairs couple in Streetcar, we couldn't rehearse at home because the arguments upset him and he'd run back and forth between us, yelping and trying and calm us down. To the end, he'd crawl up on the couch to lick my face and try to comfort me if I just yelled at a football game, always leaving me laughing as I tried to explain, again. When Michelle was gone, he'd wait and watch, pining in his bed by the window, never really happy unless he was sure she was home and safe. He had a special squeaky bark and circle dance whenever the boys came home. He was the big dog who would lay on his side to pretend fight the little ones so they had a chance and he was their best friend.

This spot was one of his favorites over the last year. As walking became tougher, we'd go to the park and he'd lead me here, plop down, and we'd sit and watch the ducks and he'd smile as brave children sidled up to pet him for a while. Good boy, Mojo. We will miss you so much.

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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #459 on: October 07, 2019, 04:29:50 PM »
Suck.  Sorry for your loss, but glad you had great time with your dog!
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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #460 on: October 07, 2019, 07:35:25 PM »
I'm so very sorry for your loss. You gave him the best life a pup could ask for.
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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #461 on: October 07, 2019, 09:29:08 PM »
I'm so very sorry for your loss. You gave him the best life a pup could ask for.

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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #462 on: October 10, 2019, 02:24:36 PM »
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Re: Pictures of pets?
« Reply #463 on: October 13, 2019, 05:38:54 AM »
We lost our gentle giant this weekend. Mojo was a tiny thing when he ran in front of Michelle's car. When she found out he was from a box of abandoned puppies, he stayed, and our lives have been better ever since. He had the kindest soul of any creature I ever met. When Michelle and I were cast as the fighting upstairs couple in Streetcar, we couldn't rehearse at home because the arguments upset him and he'd run back and forth between us, yelping and trying and calm us down. To the end, he'd crawl up on the couch to lick my face and try to comfort me if I just yelled at a football game, always leaving me laughing as I tried to explain, again. When Michelle was gone, he'd wait and watch, pining in his bed by the window, never really happy unless he was sure she was home and safe. He had a special squeaky bark and circle dance whenever the boys came home. He was the big dog who would lay on his side to pretend fight the little ones so they had a chance and he was their best friend.

This spot was one of his favorites over the last year. As walking became tougher, we'd go to the park and he'd lead me here, plop down, and we'd sit and watch the ducks and he'd smile as brave children sidled up to pet him for a while. Good boy, Mojo. We will miss you so much.


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