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    Quote Originally Posted by cradom View Post
    How long before the kitten takes over the bed? Cute!
    Mia is seven months old now... they still share and play together.
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    Those are some adorable pets. Here is a picture of my tortoise shell cat, Mitzi. She is extremely inquisitive.
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    A more recent picture of Chase (17 months) and Chloe (6 months)..as you can see Chloe has caught up in size and they love hanging out (and over) the same bed..
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    Great thread! Love the bunnies! Here's another one of Arnold:



    And here's Molly, she was our rabbit that we had in the '90s:


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    Back again with more pictures. This is RILEY, not ARNOLD -- but they look the same, don't they? Riley is my brother's current dog.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Raz0rEdge View Post
    A more recent picture of Chase (17 months) and Chloe (6 months)..as you can see Chloe has caught up in size and they love hanging out (and over) the same bed..
    That's an awesome pic! I've bought so many beds to try to teach my dog to sleep on his own bed, but he only want mine. Can't blame him. It just amazes me how much room he can take up...and he always goes for the center of the bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iggibar View Post
    That's an awesome pic! I've bought so many beds to try to teach my dog to sleep on his own bed, but he only want mine. Can't blame him. It just amazes me how much room he can take up...and he always goes for the center of the bed.
    Unfortunately, that bed didn't last much longer after that picture..

    So far, Chase has destroyed about 4 or 5 beds, Chloe has gone through 2 so far and so they are done with beds until they get older and stop messing them up.

    For now, they sleep on the rugs and other things to stay away from the cool hardwood floors in the Winter. In the Summer, they love the cool floors..

    In their crates, we just have some old throws that we don't use anymore that they can destroy if they want..
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    Meet Dexter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raz0rEdge View Post
    A more recent picture of Chase (17 months) and Chloe (6 months)..as you can see Chloe has caught up in size and they love hanging out (and over) the same bed..
    I must have missed this post from last November. One crowded doggie bed! I'm amazed that they are both trying to lay on it at the same time. Especially after the one "pup" was clearly on it first (the darker one)…not leaving much room for the 2nd (lighter colored one).

    Great photo!

    As far as chewing up the beds. Man…those dog beds/pillows can be expensive. If you've gone thru 6-7+ beds…that's quite a $$$ total!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigoo3 View Post
    I must have missed this post from last November. One crowded doggie bed! I'm amazed that they are both trying to lay on it at the same time. Especially after the one "pup" was clearly on it first (the darker one)…not leaving much room for the 2nd (lighter colored one).

    Great photo!

    As far as chewing up the beds. Man…those dog beds/pillows can be expensive. If you've gone thru 6-7+ beds…that's quite a $$$ total!!!

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    Nick, yeah Chase, the fox red lab, got to the bed first and Chloe, the yellow lab, tried to follow him onto it but didn't get enough room. So she's managed to squeeze herself onto whatever part is available..

    Since that picture was taken, Chloe chewed up that bed as well..

    Chase, now at 2+ years has finally stopped destroying his beds. Chloe, who just turned 1, will still demolish it if she has nothing else to do..

    So for now, we aren't using any beds at all, just carpets and so on. For Chase's crate we just got a comfy bathmat and put it down, it is cheaper than a bed..Chloe has nothing yet until she stops chewing..
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    My boys....Leo yelling at Eddie





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    By the way.. These pics all of the pets are great... love the thread..

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    We picked Dexter up on Saturday. He's as an 8 week old Border Terrier.

    Here he is after exerting himself yesterday:
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    That's an awesome picture Nick, he'll be doing a lot of that as he grows..my doggies do it now because they are bored..

    But they can become alert in a split second and off to the races, unless it's nighttime..in which case there's no get-up and go in them..
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    Here's our guys:

    Cooper, in the bow of my kayak, after wrestling with a 24 pound striper. She's looking for more. The Min-Pin from hell….. :-)

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    And Bogan, a Heinz 57 for sure, always on guard duty…only extensive DNA tests will tell us what she is and we haven't done so yet. Both were rescues. Cooper has papers, Bogan just reads papers.

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    And my all time favorite pooch, Slider. He isn't with us anymore but still is my Top Dog--I've never been without a dog since I was nine years old, (that's 55 years) and Slider tops all of them. He loved riding motorcycles as much as I do and was a champion Frisbee catcher to boot.

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    Great topic by the way!

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