Posted Friday, March 11, 2011, at 9:56 AM
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  • My Australian Beagle is of the same as your Maggie and Sherman! What a nut! I thoroughly enjoy it as I watch him nose-to-the-ground run full speed around the farm followed closely by my heeler who has little interest in scenting. But at any given moment will nip the poor little unsuspecting feller in the hiney to keep him moving along....cuz that's what Heeler's do.

    On the other hand, my little feller's other half being of the Australian Shepard nature will ambush the Heeler and give him a taste of his own medicine....cuz that's what Aussie's do. So I have lots to keep me entertained, amused, and loved....cuz that's what they do best, for me anyway.

    Now if you were a stranger I wouldn't try it because they'll both make you bleed and trot away feeling pretty proud of themselves for they are truly the "MEN" of the house when it comes to that! hahahahahaaa

    Enjoy your days with your 'pups', they seem to bring out the best in their 'humans'.

    -- Posted by Proud of My Country on Wed, Mar 16, 2011, at 5:00 PM
  • After visiting with Maggie and Sherman on a few occasions, they are the most loving and sweetest little guy and gal. Their eyes melt your heart and make your day a lot brighter. You can go in with a problem weighing you down and when you leave these little guys have added a little sunshine to your day and you leave with a smile on your face.

    No matter how bad a day a person has had, when they walk in the door their loving four legged companion is there with a smile on their face and ready to make everything all better. They accept us for who we are which is how I wish more humans would do.

    I know I miss my pets tremendously but remember they were always there no matter how bad the day was to remind me I was definately loved by them.

    Hope you enjoyed your day with them.

    -- Posted by Irishpine2 on Sat, Apr 2, 2011, at 8:14 AM
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