Pics of your Pets

Discussion in Pets started by starfox64 • Mar 24, 2014.

  1. starfox64

    starfox64Active Member

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    I searched this forum high and low and couldn't find a place to post pictures of our lovable furry pets. Go ahead and post them here.

    This is Rocky and Zeus!

    Rocky and Zeus.
     
  2. Jessi

    Jessi<a href="http://www.quirkycookery.com">QuirkyCooke

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    Well Star, that's because this isn't a general discussion forum. Don't Pay Full is really about saving money, discounts, specials, etc, so sharing pet pictures isn't really the top priority. :)

    To make this on-topic, here's a picture of my dog eating his homemade food....which saves us a lot of money!

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  3. starfox64

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    My apologies! Well to keep the discussion a little more focused, in the picture of my dogs, you can see a tennis ball in the mouth of one of them. I just have to say that they make for excellent toys and are great for exercise as compared to the much more expensive type of toys that dogs often times don't find as fun. Is that a bit better? hehe

    Oh and by the way, your pup looks cute! Love the tongue out of the mouth look he has going on!
     
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    Meet Chuck.
     
  5. starfox64

    starfox64Active Member

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    When I said furry pets I wasn't expecting this! haha

    Chuck seems a bit scary, but I hope that he is a good guy :p
     
  6. Jessi

    Jessi<a href="http://www.quirkycookery.com">QuirkyCooke

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    Thanks! And yes, tennis balls are a great option as toys, so long as your dog is small enough that he's not going to try to eat it!

    Here's another of his favorite cheap toys:

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    That's the stem of a pumpkin!!

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    I know it's bizarre, but he loves chewing on them!!
     
  7. Ruth B.

    Ruth B.Active Member

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    I have to admit, this is the kind of thread I usually start myself. :)

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