Ditto ... what they all said.
This is my boy Hobbes, chilling in the back yard:
And this is him playing with his stick:
And with his best mate (who says pitties are dog aggressive? Not me, and not Hobbes).
And this is my third dog; now, this one is a bit feral:
his stick looks somewhat similar to a small tree... LOL
Hobbes is gorgeous! 1st picture is just great.
Good to see Hobbes and you around. ( Yep I remember you from other forums of a dog nature!!)
Hello and welcome to the forum!
Hope you have fun here, help out and give a little back
Hobbes is very cute, not to mention... GORGEOUS!
Thanks for sharing pics, I love the second one with the stick in his mouth - My god thats a big stick!
Anyway, hope you enjoy the forum.
That's a great pic of Hobbes with his stick..
I tried to find a pic of a dog with a bigger stick, but, I could not..
I guess that makes Hobbes the Croc Dundee of Dogs with sticks !!
Hi Ricey!!! where have you been?
how are all the animals ?
I am doing Relay For Life in 2011, please contact me to make a donation
I have been sheltering under a rock and generally have been behaving myself. I haven't been banned from a forum for over two years now.
I'm still heavily involved in dog politics, and a group that I am involved with in WA is in the process of incorporating itself. We have a lot of things planned that hopefully will come to fruition.
The animals are fine, sort of; Hobbes had a malignant melanoma excised around Christmas but he seems fine with no secondaries . The statistics on melanomas are not good, but around 1/3 don't have any problems so I'm just hoping that Hobbes is part of the 1/3 that don't get secondaries. 2/3 of dogs with malignant melanomas die within 2 years of the first incident.
As Hobbes is 11 now, two more years takes him to 13 and that is getting close to old age for his breed anyway.
I have 4 dogs now; my Mum is in hospital with a broken hip and I have her totally deaf & partially blind obsessive/compulsive elderly cocker spaniel. Hobbes has made her feel welcome, but Lizzie and Lulu don't like Polly. It sounds like Mum might not get home this time and have to go into residential care, so I'll look after her dog for her long term. Mum broke her other hip a year ago and it was really hard to rehab her last time but we got there, but this time is not looking so good.
Sorry to hear about your mum
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