Pics of Pets

JohnVF

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That’s an Iphone photo?? Wow!
My old iphone finally died so I got the new one with the fancy camera. Its very nice. Not without its limitations but a really nice camera to have on you at all times. The rest of the phone is... pretty much as before, slightly faster I guess? I bought it for the camera.
 

fiddlefye

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My old iphone finally died so I got the new one with the fancy camera. Its very nice. Not without its limitations but a really nice camera to have on you at all times. The rest of the phone is... pretty much as before, slightly faster I guess? I bought it for the camera.
Phone cameras have improved by huge increments recently, both the lens/sensor quality and the programming backing them.
 

JohnVF

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At Thanksgiving when family passed around Iphone pictures of new grand babies, I showed the Ipad photo of Cosmo.

Everyone oohed and awed for about 5 minutes.

That’s my family in a nutshell.
He can be your honorary grandbaby! He's my wife and I's kid, goes everywhere with us and commands an absurd amount of out thoughts and daily schedule. Yet oddly, doesn't act like a spoiled brat... very good, chill, friendly, sometimes clownish dog who doesn't require much.
 

SPL db

Junior Member
First up is our Yorkie/Silkie Pipan or Pip for short.

We got him as a rescue as a puppy, he was saved from a bullet to the brain by the breeder because he has one bad eye. Luckily some good friends of our talked them out of it as they knew we wanted a Yorkie.

He is twelve this year and we're not sure how much longer he will be with us, his back has degeneration and every so often he yelps from pinched nerves that get caught in his vertebrates. We give him muscle relaxers that help with that, but they're coming more frequent now. He still plays like a puppy until a nerve gets caught then he takes it easy for a few days then back to playing hard once again.

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SPL db

Junior Member
Next up is our Samwise, Sammy, or Sam for short.

She is a miniature Schnauzer that came to us as a rescue as well. She was in a puppy mill for the first part of her life (spent life in a cage producing puppies). When she came to us at four years of age, she didn't even know what grass was. If memory serves, I believe she is between seven and eight years old now and has more than become one of the family.

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Pat McGinty

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Next up is our Samwise, Sammy, or Sam for short.

She is a miniature Schnauzer that came to us as a rescue as well. She was in a puppy mill for the first part of her life (spent life in a cage producing puppies). When she came to us at four years of age, she didn't even know what grass was. If memory serves, I believe she is between seven and eight years old now and has more than become one of the family.


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The pics seem to be on bad links - would like to see the little sweeties. Good luck with your troubles.

Here is (Francis) Crick. A neighbor found him and his siblings abandoned in a box on the side of our road. Now he's fat and happy, loves the other critters, and has forgotten all about his rough start.
 

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Pat McGinty

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George and Gracie enjoying the pond. Gracie lost her left wing to a marauding dog, which our veterinarian took great pride in healing, mainly for the humor value.

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