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6 hours ago, Mopar1973Man said:

I'm petless at the moment. You all remember "Diesel" the Doberman, right?

That must have been before my time here

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Bitsy is short, for "Bacon Bits", not small. She is already big, :) Not gonna be bacon either Lol  She outgrew the house so she has her own now. It was down to 5* this morning so I am going to winterize her house some more today. They say -5* before the week is over, that's rare for us. Sealed off the lattice with heavy plastic and made a flap out of an old bed sheet, grease rag from the shop






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3 hours ago, 01cummins4ever said:

I dont think I could live with snakes in the house. I freak when I see a garter snake


Im just a dog person. I get to bored and lonely with out them 

Snakes are pretty great smart enough life for 30 to 40 years if kept right eat once a week to once a month depending can leave alone for a week and not care take up relatively no room and cost less then 200 a year to feed all they come out when we want them to and don't care if they aren't held much they are great

5 hours ago, Mopar1973Man said:




Also sorry to here that friend 

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Clint my dog and King Julian the shop cat.  


Very very good awesome affectionate pets.


Both are rescue animals. 


King julian is a hunting machine.  Main reason why we have him was because of mice.  Very good natured and personable. An utter purr machine. 


Clint is a blue heeler / walker coonhound mix.  Beyond protective and openly affectionate.  He gives hugs.  


 Couldnt ask for 2 better pets. 








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