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Oh yay, my new favorite thread! I am a nutty dog lover and here is my dog child Otis. He is a 3 year old lab mix, about 75 lbs. We adopted him from the Denver dumb friends league when he was 10 weeks. He still looks so much like a puppy that people ask all the time.

 

Here is his puppy pic:

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Here is Otis now:

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Otis and FI Evan:

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I can't believe I just found this thread!!! I am SO excited, I LOVE animals. Here is a pic of my kitty Radar (We call him RAY)....named that because his ears were so much bigger than his body. I rescued him at 3.5 weeks (WAY TOO YOUNG) and had to bottle feed him!

 

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Originally Posted by JOSIE View Post
I can't believe I just found this thread!!! I am SO excited, I LOVE animals. Here is a pic of my kitty Radar (We call him RAY)....named that because his ears were so much bigger than his body. I rescued him at 3.5 weeks (WAY TOO YOUNG) and had to bottle feed him!

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he's adorable! I never had a soft spot for brown tabby's until I fostered two last year and now I can't stop looking at them! lol

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thanks :) :) he plays fetch too! i think i might have to go through every post and comment, cuz there are so many cute ones on here! we're getting a puppy after the wedding, and I'm almost as excited for that.

 

Girls please post breed suggestions, we just bought a town house but it doesnt have a very big yard!

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I have a townhouse and a huge 75 lb mutt with a ton of energy. We just go to the dog park or bike rides or long walks. It gets me off my butt.

 

Honestly before buying our town home we rented a house with a yard and it did not help lower Otis's energy, he truly needs vigorous excersize to get worn out. More than just running around in the yard.

 

So basically just get a dog that matches your energy level.

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