Angus liked the remote as a puppy until he figured out it was not his (with effort). Strangely it was only the TV remote the stereo remote next...
Yep just looks like a minor eye infection. Heal fast Mr Monty and don't trust them vets.
That was a LOT in one night he was just being sensible and checking things out.
Angus considered Spitfire's tail an on switch. He grabbed it so many times that Spitfire lost all the hair on the end for a little while.
IMO ask the breeder for a high energy puppy. Maybe even do flyball or agility. But with the energy and kids I am betting your pup will think hit...
Unite Orange Brothers against the filthy puppy horde!
Poor guy hope he is found soon they must be beside themselves with worry.
Steak knives on the inside of the silverware tray as Angus licks the other side
Dixie ain't no fool though I do think dad owes her cookies
We got a little and it is SUPER cold. The guys don't mind but are really happy to stay in where it is warm. Hill billy Shelties don't do cold.
Interesting, and to some degree yes on semantics. I meant if you can lower the over all panic maybe you can train out some of them where they no...
I will take his spot, mess with orange pay the price [ATTACH]
I had the leg lift on the couch up and Angus decided he REALLY needed to be in my lap. No problem you say? Well Spitfire was laying lengthwise...
Good luck, the offense of bouquet is a bit much.
If Sca was to get upset at Spitfire it was for dog piling or heaven forbid Spitfire in his crate. He had a huge one for flyball that had enough...
As senior dog i recommend you sit on his head Dante'
And all y'all thought I exaggerated about him :ROFLMAO: He lives to manipulate others.
Normally Angus guts them fast. This one has been around a bit now. They are quite popular with Shelties.