These are our St. Bernards, Walter and Cody. This was in Feb when we got them. They're about 100lbs now I'll post some winter pics soon.
I can not claim either of these dogs, but you have got to love them.
Thought they were pretty awesome. Apparently the white Dane is blind, and the one on the right is her guide dog. Lots of people wouldn't do this, you got to love dogs.
Thanks so much for posting this heartwarming photo. For those of us who love dogs simply for the way in which they express our highest aspirations for ourselves, it doesn't get much better than this photograph. What a great shot.
This may be the best-ever post on EpicSki. Thanks, Stranger. We could all learn something from this pair of pooches.
Here is more info about these dogs. Apparently they are in need of adoption in the UK.
Not sure if I have posted pics of my new best friend here. We adopted Steiner on 11/11/11. He is a 9 month old long haired GSD. First dog I have every had that was close to a puppy as fair as goofiness. After getting to know him for a week, we changed his name to Gunther.
First pic is walking to the beach.
Next the best one I could get with my crappy cell/camera
And last, after the walk back home, breakfast and a bath, one tired but happy dog.
This is my babe Sookie. She's almost 3 and has been a handful (loved chewing wood molding) but through lots of love, exercise and rawhide she is calming down. She's my first dog and the first addition to my apartment when I moved out years ago. She's taught me a lot, but the most important aspect being patience. She's one of the most beautiful dogs I've ever seen.
Cool, the Dog Thread!
This is 9-year old Pepper in her "Car Cubicle" on a road trip from Texas to Idaho. We had pulled off the side of the road somewhere in central Wyoming, so she could take a potty break.
I have a lot of pics of her, but this my favorite for some reason...
Daisy, my dogter, in her happy place a few weeks ago. This an off leash dog park about a mile from the house, this place is Disneyland for a dog; about 500 acres of fun and run, and all the tennis balls a dog can steal. When at home she takes me there about every other day, only because she can not get me to go every day.
Yes you do, not having opposable thumbs makes it tough to open the bottles.