Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Eyejuggler, Mar 29, 2015.
Now that the rains have arrrived, this is how our dog, Mia, handles the winter:
Aren't Dogs the best!
Gunther and I on home farm, October 28 2016
Gunther joined our lives when family member (who raised him from pup) had to move in order to retain same job. He's been a SUPER easy keeper and great joy to have around. We often joke about what it might cost to 'insure' him if required.. He's 50% Chow Chow and 50% Pitbull. Have never seen him show aggression to any other person or Dog.. He's no pushover either and extremely confident. Outstanding condition yet for a dog of 14+ years. After seeing this pic my friend John quipped "Your Dog looks like he owns the woods." It is an accurate assessment.
We lost our beautiful lady to cancer 2 months ago she gave us 14 years of great memories. I haven't been able to post until now the loss was too fresh.
Abigail I sure miss you.
And it is obvious why Abigail is missed; she looks like a very sweet girl You have my deepest condolences, jesse.
Most of us dog folks have lost one somewhere along the way. My wife and I still dearly miss our first dog, Sage, and she passed on three years ago.
She was a pretty little girl. I know how much it hurts to lose them.
Sorry for your loss... may the great memories help fill the void.
Really nice dogs WFF! I've had ACD's for a long time. Alert, loyal, determined....
Great looking dogs Gene. What material are you using to protect the bow? Seems to form fit very well.
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Thanks Gregg. The rug is rubber backed and heavy duty...the type used for commercial store mats.
Campbell's doing great, healing up well and able to walk 20 minutes twice daily now. Yay
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I love dingos. I have a full blooded ACD. He's a hell of a fishing buddy, except when he decides to jump into the hole I was preparing to fish. He's like a lab, I can't keep him out of the water, even in winter.
Great news, coast!
Maybe a bit off topic, but does anyone use Dinovite or a similar supplement?
What's it for?