Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by chapped, Sep 21, 2013.
Thanks for posting it ~ I have seen it. Absolutely adorable.
Awww, I love that breed of dog, too.
Looks like something my black lab mix would do. Except instead of laughing I'd probably be yelling at him for messing up the pile.
Sad times here at Casa del MoMo.........
He's gone stone deaf and has what I can only describe as Doggy Alzhiemers.......He's fifteen and I think the end is neigh for my crippled up pimp.......
i can't remember the last time i had as much fun as that cute dog. the closest thing my boy does is go crazy when i put him on the bed (not what you think). he chases his tale, runs around in circles and barks.
I love apartment living, but when I go for a house with a yard, I'm definitely getting a Siberian Husky. I fucking love 'em.
what breed of dog.....if he's mixed they can lead longer lives. i guess, the only bad thing about having dogs or cats in our lives is the underlying sadness that they will go before us.
it is the way it's supposed to be....they ALWAYS live on in our hearts.
Half Min-Pin, Half Chihuahua..........
feel ya man... thats the toughest part of loving a dog..
but as much as it tears us up to say goodbye you have to do what's best for your doggie..
when the time comes the best thing you can do is give them peace rather then hang on and let them suffer
you will do the right thing.. my heart goes out to you brother
Hahaha, go doggy go!
...and the owner laughs like Muttley!
you know 6iahca never had that kind of joy in her sad life
TL;DR here but ... We came home from a great Key West weekend on Monday, only to find our cat Lemmy very sick with what appeared to be a kidney infection. Didn't have the energy to move very far, and couldn't control the leaking of his bloody urine. He's 10, and although I hate to play favorites, I'd say he's the one cat of ours I'm most attached to. Vet said it looked bad, like kidney failure instead of an infection, and that if his levels didn't come down, he was likely a goner. Mrs. Stinkfish and I were wrecked. He was perfectly fine when we left! I am not afraid to admit tears were shed by both of us, multiple times, couldn't eat or sleep, tried as hard as we could to take our minds off of it. They kept him overnight, pumped him full of antibiotics and fluids, and we received the call the next morning that he was going to be OK. The way we both sat there waiting for the phone to ring with good or bad news, you'd think it was a cancer diagnosis for one of us Had to stay one more evening for more medicine and fluids, and now he's back home (and we are $600 poorer ...). Still a little blood in his pee, and he's still having a hard time going, but apparently it was just a kidney infection, and all his levels and his temperature are back to normal.
Here he is chilling with his buddy Otis a few minutes after he returned home. Otis was pretty excited to see him back, it was cute.
What can I say, the big galoot loves cats. Here he is with our fosters back in what we call "the cat room" (local cat rescue got evicted from their building, so we are fostering 3 cats while they relocate). I love it cause it looks like he's laughing ... he's just yawning.
My boxer is 13.
Got a huge punch in the gut earlier this year when the doc found a lung mass.
Spoiling him like a mad dog and enjoying every day he gives me.
Seriously, I cook him burger with his kibble nightly, he gets McDonalds once in awhile - too often. He is living it up even as his days dwindle down. And he has some yummy meds when his coughing acts up.
Appreciate what you have left and take lots of videos and photos.
That's pretty cool. I had a Black Lab/Pit mix that was bossed around by both cats and ferrets. Come to think of it, I don't think I've ever known a dog that has problems with cats.
PS: Ferrets are maybe the shittiest pets ever.
that was awesome