This is my pure bred Mexican Street Mutt otherwise know as The Primal Wolf Cub.
I have epilepsy and he knows when I am going to have a seizure before I do so I can take him with me when traveling to restaurants, hotels, etc.
He earns every bit of his grain free kibble and table scraps.
eta : paradise, I'm so sorry for your loss. They are members of the family. No question.
I firmly maintain that im perfectly normal... Its everyone else thats crazy....;)
Oh and this is my dog. 76kg lean english mastiff (and primal to!)
And yup.. That is a whole cow leg bone...
My dogs brought me here!
One of my 2 Akitas getting primal with a black bird.
Tank, our Boston Terrier, aka the bowling ball on legs
Lila, our Havanese, who is very much a lap dog
And Nevada, our foster puppy, she is a German Shep mix. She'll most likely be leaving us Sunday. The humans are sad, the other dogs are thinking "Finally!"
Sorry if the pics are out of order, never tried to upload pics before onto this forum.
Oh me too! This is Dora I brought her back with me from Malawi where I lived for two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer. She came to me as a super sick 8 week old puppy from my neighbor's house. Turned out to have Distemper virus but kept fighting through it, tough little kiddo. She then proceeded to fall down my neighbor's pit toilet for 2 days before she was found. Thus, the name Dora the Explorer.
Me!!! My Latte---Australian Shepherd, Maverick, another Aussie, is my daughter's dog, and a Border Collie pup who will be joining us in August. We train and compete in Agility, and Latte is my running buddy and also a service dog, since she keeps me from having nightmares. Don't know what I'd do without her.
We currently have two Golden Retrievers. Em, the one in my avatar, is the third Golden we've rescued. Or maybe he rescued us...
I have 4 - 2 pugs and 2 poms. They all have their own loveable qualities and they are good buddies. Sometimes I consider opening a doggie daycare (I think that qualifies for crazy).