Tuesday, July 24, 2007

New Pics!

I got some new pics from a coworker today of the party. I thought they were funny so I would share.

First Moxie, the party princess!
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These pics are for mature audiences only, no puppy eyes, please.

This is Rio Bravo, AKA, Chester the Molester, having his way with every Big male dog that would stand still long enough.

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His poor Mom spent the whole time hauling him off other dogs. She really needs to get him neutered.

Some of my friends from the UK and I were having a discussion recently about cropped ears. Here is a Dane with cropped ears, and one with natural ears. Also, the dobe in the above picture has cropped ears. In defense of the owners of both of those dogs, they were cropped before the current owner adopted them.

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We didn't have training class tonight. I showed up, but no one else did. I'm sure I missed something, somewhere. I didn't go to the therapy visit this morning either because I was lazy. Moxie went to work with me, but she got stepped on twice and dropped once. So it wasn't a good day for Moxie. :(

5 comments:

Oscar Airedale said...

Owie, poor Moxie!

I think the cropped ears look a bit weird. What is it done for? Never really heard of it before.

Glad you like my big bushy tail!

Licks
Oscar x

Rachael said...

I don't like the cropped look either. Its done for cosmetic purposes. Its cruel and outdated. Its been illegal in the rest of the civilized world for more than 100 years, the U.S. just can't seem to get their act together and ban it.

Cynthia Blue said...

Oh those are great pics! What a fun party. 8 years old is young! My Lucy is only 8. :) I love all the speckled dogs.

Debra Kay said...

I used to like cropped ears, but after working as a vet tech I don't care for it much-especially the home do it yourself jobs.

For some breeds, tails might make sense, but it does make reading the dogs harder-both for people and other dogs.

dori said...

Yikes... Poor Moxie! I'm glad there are no bad effects of all the stepping and dropping!