Why Golden Retrievers seldom apprentice as mechanics:
That very last shot with the dog laffing it up is fab.
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That got me, too. Hey, he/she mighta caused this, but, you could tell he was trying to help his human afterwards.
Goldens.are the biggest clowns. Mine stole stuff from the neighbors: toys, gloves, socks, underwear (don’t ask), etc. If there was an unguarded door, he was through it on a mission to grab whatever he could find. We kept a box in our front yard where people could pick up their stolen items. And hats, he would take them right off your head if you were short or bent down to pick something up. There wasn’t a kid in the hood that didn’t keep a hand on their hat when walking past our house. I lost my buddy to kidney disease a couple of weeks ago. I’m still having a hard time adjusting to the new reality of always knowing where my shoes are.
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Turk In all of his golden goodness https://roosterville.wordpress.com/2018/06/22/turk/
Ming, I’m sorry for the loss of your buddy. He sounds like a blast to have around.
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My sympathies, I’ve been down that road, too.
Thanks, I’m going to meet a new friend, Mr.Green, this weekend. Not sure what his real name will be other than not Turk. He’s going to have some big shoes to fill.
Doggie’s paws appeared to be in danger of the hood coming all the way down. Hoods don’t care who gets hurt.
Not to insult doggie but when the hood dropped I thought of the Russian Usurper shiving NATO. Must have been the orange pelt and the hefty girth.
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