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Lap Dog

Thursday, December 19, 2013

We used to have miniature poodles. There a was the mama, the daddy, the baby, and th uncle. The heaviest was 18 pounds, the smallest 9. My late DH would joke that we had one big dog in four installments.
They LOVED their "Alpha Male." He'd stretch out on the couch, and they'd all pile on top of him. Here he is with Teddy and Franky.


Well, now "we" - actually my DD (aka Glitterfairy77) and her BF - have BOXERS. These are NOT lap dogs. But try to tell THEM that. They LOVE my son because he gives them all kinds of attention and talks baby talk to them. I had to take pix of him with the big male, Cassius (Cash for short - for the boxer formerly known as Cassius Clay!)



Trying to get comfortable...



AWKwarrrd!



OOOF!


How about just a nice hug?


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  • v DIANEMAR
    My son had a boxer, Max, he would put his paws on my lap and ever so slowly inch his way until he was like the pic with yours with your son. We would all laugh, knowing what was coming, when he started inching. When I walked into their house, he would jump and pin me on the wall, he was such a clown though, I could not help but laugh, we lost him to cancer 5 years ago. We think of him with such love and laughter.
    914 days ago
  • v SAGE150
    Not lap dogs. Whole body dogs. LOL.
    916 days ago
  • v MOMMA_BEAR_69
    Your pictures tell the story very well also! Thank you so much for sharing.
    Blessings and hugs,
    Helen
    918 days ago
  • v PAMNANGEL
    I used to have an Afghan Hound mix who was the same way. 65#'s of lap warmer.
    918 days ago
  • v INCREDIBLYME
    they truly don't see themselves as the BIG puppies they are, do they?
    919 days ago
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