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Thread: Let's see your dog.

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    Default Let's see your dog.

    A similar thread on another board I'm on brings some strange results. Let's see your fur kids.

    Rusty - 3yo German Shorthair Pointer
    Tillie - 5yo Lab
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    Buckatoof..
    Found him snagaling around one day. Don't know why anyone would just kick this pure bred bird dog to the curb. He does have a hard time judging where those birds are when he stands on point for some reason. I'm thinking he just needs more training.
    Crank That Jank!

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    The only quick pic I could find - but this is Madison our goofy lab mix rescue dog

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    Wayne's dog reminds me of Igor (pronounced Eye-Gore) from Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein.

    I could post a pic but my camera takes pictures too big for this site. Do you get to post bigger pics if you become a supporting member?
    Thank God For Rednecks

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    You can either go into the settings in your camera and set it to take lower def pictures that aren't such a large file or save them at lower pixel rates on your computer after you download.

    Or you could get a smaller dog.

    I'm giving tech advise. The apocalypse is near.

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    Save the pic to your hard drive then reopen it in Office photo manager. Click on edit photo. Menu on right will give you an option to resize. Save changes and post.

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    I never take the kayak out without the 80lb lab in the back, this picture is one of the few times that she wasn't trying to look over my shoulder.



    Usually she would prefer to be in the water, as this picture shows swimming ahead of my daughter.



    Here is the latest pic, taken for this years Christmas card.


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    Gotta love a Lab. Great pix, Andy.

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    My dropper Maizy, bonafide Virginia turkey dog, I picked her up from a breeder I know in Mechanicsville. Love her like a member of the family.

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