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Sully151

My New Puppy

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14 hours ago, LHalo said:

Excellent move @Sully151. I’m sure it was tough to jump back in the dog game so soon but your kids have to be on cloud 9 right now. 

Yeah, it was rough, but the pup and I are kinda bonding.

 

My wife and kids are super excited too.

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Shepherds are awesome dogs. We raised Australian Shepherds growing up. I believe I read somewhere that Aussie's are rated as the smartests dogs on earth. 

We recently purchased an Anatolian Shepherd (Turkish) last Sept  from a breeder in Oregon, when he was 2 months old. 

Archie is now 6 1/2 months old.  He's going to be a big boy. Another great Shepherd breed! 

Check out the attachment link at the bottom for a short video of the night I brought Archie home to meet my wife and daughter for the first time.

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3 hours ago, Chuckster70 said:

Shepherds are awesome dogs. We raised Australian Shepherds growing up. I believe I read somewhere that Aussie's are rated as the smartests dogs on earth. 

We recently purchased an Anatolian Shepherd (Turkish) last Sept  from a breeder in Oregon, when he was 2 months old. 

Archie is now 6 1/2 months old.  He's going to be a big boy. Another great Shepherd breed! 

Check out the attachment link at the bottom for a short video of the night I brought Archie home to meet my wife and daughter for the first time.

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I’ve got an Australian Shepherd/Border Collie mix, and I couldn’t be happier with him. He’s about two now (got him at six months). He’s got pretty similar coloring to Sully’s pup actually. Nonetheless, the dog is sweet as can be, responds well to training, picks up on words and patterns very quickly, and has a ton of energy to go with his desire to please. I’d say Sully made a great decision.

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4 hours ago, Chuckster70 said:

Shepherds are awesome dogs. We raised Australian Shepherds growing up. I believe I read somewhere that Aussie's are rated as the smartests dogs on earth. 

We recently purchased an Anatolian Shepherd (Turkish) last Sept  from a breeder in Oregon, when he was 2 months old. 

Archie is now 6 1/2 months old.  He's going to be a big boy. Another great Shepherd breed! 

Check out the attachment link at the bottom for a short video of the night I brought Archie home to meet my wife and daughter for the first time.

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very handsome! And a good bed cuddler, too I bet.

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Decided to share a couple photos of my buddy, Scout. Like I said, similar coloring to Sully’s dog. The fourth one down is from the first night I brought him home at six months old. Others are just random shots from the last year or so. (And don’t be worried by the pitt and bulldog in the one pic... Those three played together a lot at my old place and never were aggressive with each other.)

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On 1/23/2018 at 9:40 PM, Sully151 said:

Well, It happened. Opie hasn't been gone long and I wasn't ready yet, but my kids needed this. So here is our new family member and my new buddy. Ranger (like the one that works in the forest, not the ones in texas. I just realized this...damnit)

 

 

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@Sully151 we need updated pics of your pup. I'll post some of Archie later on. 

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Two of my old partners. Lost both last year, within about a month of each other. One to old age, the other had to be put down out of nowhere, had a giant tumor on his spine.

Dogs in general you get attached to. K9s you get really close to. That was tough. Both were perfect dogs.

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1 hour ago, ten ocho recon scout said:

Two of my old partners. Lost both last year, within about a month of each other. One to old age, the other had to be put down out of nowhere, had a giant tumor on his spine.

Dogs in general you get used to. K9s you get really close to. That was tough. Both were perfect dogs.

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Sorry for your loss @ten ocho recon scout

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