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    Default Re: Big Footsteps to Fill

    The mixed shepherd on the left is one I had taken in as a stray years ago.
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    Default Re: Big Footsteps to Fill

    -img_0443-jpg-img_0442-jpgHere were the photos I wanted to post of Billy in his prime.
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    Default Re: Big Footsteps to Fill

    Matthew is growing fast. I took him to the Vet a few days ago and he weighs 29lbs. Gained 11 lbs in three weeks, twelve weeks old now. He's marked up a lot like Billy was at this age. The other boys, Thomas and Taylor, have really taken to him. Matthew thinks he's as big as they are so I have to keep him on a leash when they play. We'll be starting obedience training in a few months.
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    Default Re: Big Footsteps to Fill

    Quote Originally Posted by JESSE1 View Post
    Matthew is growing fast. I took him to the Vet a few days ago and he weighs 29lbs. Gained 11 lbs in three weeks, twelve weeks old now. He's marked up a lot like Billy was at this age. The other boys, Thomas and Taylor, have really taken to him. Matthew thinks he's as big as they are so I have to keep him on a leash when they play. We'll be starting obedience training in a few months.

    Those are good looking boys.

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    My heartfelt condolences on loosing Billy. They rip a big ol' hole outta your life when the leave, don't they?

    Your (not-so) little Matthew is sure a cutie, I love that stage where their ears are out of proportion to their heads and seem to have a life of their own, LOL!

    I love all dogs, but especially the working and guarding breeds; shepherds, mastiffs, border collies, etc. We've had all of those and more at one time or another, all rescues except for our Cane Corso. All at the Bridge now. The last to leave was our sweet, blind & deaf Anatolian, Sissy. I don't care what any preacher has to say, if there are no animals in Heaven I want nothing to do with the place.

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    My condolences on Billy - I had to put down my 16 year old black cat - Dillon - a few months ago. My boy Luger (GSD) misses chasing him around the house! Nixie (the lab) misses him too.



    These little fuzzballs really work their ways into your heart..

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    You have some happy, contented dogs there! They deserve to be treated well considering the pleasure they give us.
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    Default Re: Big Footsteps to Fill

    Matthew is growing fast. I took him to the vet last Friday for his last set of shots and he weighed 39#'s. Hard to get him to hold still for a picture.
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