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    How we shrunk our dog Buddy - the Brazen Border Collie. SR Dog and all around MENSA member.....
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    They look you got from him while putting him on the dryer lid!

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    Yeah, he's a cutie. Here he's with his chicks.... last photo, promise. He is also known as the new breed of dog on the A.T., the Appalachian S*** Hound, for good reason - didn't bury it? - he found it, and enjoyed wearing it.
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    Smile, that is the cutest shot of your dog, honest to Pete! Totally and completely heat-warming. I needed that! Mame
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    Our shephard, named Arrow, is 11 years old and slowing down some. He's got more miles hiking than most of my friends do.

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    Well, thanks Auntie Mame

    He is quite the momma to any animal smaller than himself - as long as it is not a dog.

    LIHikers - nice pack for the pooch!
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    plenty of photos of Phoebe in my gallery - but this is one of my favorites. My wife and I went out to dinner, leaving the youngest at home with one of the older boys. We got home to find the older boy in the basement watching t.v. and Scott and Phoebe on the couch in the den.

    It's the only time I've ever seen her "cuddle" - and I think it was only because Scott was in "her" spot on the couch! (couch has since been replaced - and she isn't allowed on the replacement!)
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    Keep the photos coming. They are splendid, priceless. I have smiled, laughed, chuckled, and had a grand time looking that these. Wow, really, really neat. Great folks. Keep them coming. -SunnyWalker
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    Mugsy is fairly well-known over on Trail Talk:








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    Wow thats a big pack, or a small dog,, not sure
    Mugsy looks happy out there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrongway_08 View Post
    Wow thats a big pack, or a small dog,, not sure
    Mugsy looks happy out there!
    He's a 31-lb Cockapoo (big for a Cockapoo) and I DID get him a smaller pack. I don't put much in the pack, just his food and emer water. The new pack has a handle over the back so I can easily lift him over areas he might have trouble.

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    Default Team Doggiebag's Aldo in the Franconia Range

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChinMusic View Post
    He's a 31-lb Cockapoo (big for a Cockapoo) and I DID get him a smaller pack. I don't put much in the pack, just his food and emer water. The new pack has a handle over the back so I can easily lift him over areas he might have trouble.

    Those handles are great, Hudson is 75 lbs and his life vest has one. Comes in handy a lot, I did break one but they replaced it and so far the 2nd one has held up fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LIhikers View Post
    Our shephard, named Arrow, is 11 years old and slowing down some. He's got more miles hiking than most of my friends do.
    Arrow is in deed a good looking dog who looks young for his age.
    I don't know how to attach pictures so this site shows Winter. Winter is my 11 year old. http://groups.msn.com/OldGUYthenandnow/shoebox.msnw

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    Quote Originally Posted by superman View Post
    I don't know how to attach pictures so this site shows Winter. Winter is my 11 year old. http://groups.msn.com/OldGUYthenandnow/shoebox.msnw

    That's a great picture of you and Winter on top of Killington!

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    That's a great picture of you and Winter on top of Killington!
    Yes, that is a good picture. My favorite is on page 3, picture 103. Her pack is in the picture next to 103. When Winter and I were crossing the Presidentials on my thru we met a couple girls who had the job of painting white blazes on the trail. One of the girls painted a white blaze on winters pack and said, "all I have to do is follow the white blaze and I won't get lost." she was right. The pack hangs on the chair next to Winter's bed in the dining room. If anyone touches the pack Winter is up and ready to go hike. However, the arthritis in her hind end says that there will be no more hikes for Winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smile View Post
    Well, thanks Auntie Mame
    LIHikers - nice pack for the pooch!
    Yep, Arrow gets to carry his own gear but we're careful not to let his pack get heavy. It looks filled because his sleeping mat and coat are bulky. We carry the dog food and extra water.

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    The photos and comments are making readers more aware of the fun of taking your pet on a hike or camping. Please keep them coming. I think they are very enjoyable and a good way to share with others the fun of having our "best friend" along with us. -SunnyWalker
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    Quote Originally Posted by SunnyWalker View Post
    The photos and comments are making readers more aware of the fun of taking your pet on a hike or camping. Please keep them coming. I think they are very enjoyable and a good way to share with others the fun of having our "best friend" along with us. -SunnyWalker
    Sometimes our "best friends" can save your life. I was injured early during my hike from GA to NH this year and I was immobilized in a draw somewhere near Cowrock Mountain in GA (both ankles were badly sprained). My dog helped me find water and was instrumental at helping me find my camp in the thick brush. He stayed under my hammock for 3 days of icy rain until I was able to hike back to Neels Gap. Trully a hero dog. Here he is perfectly comfortable in a cold wet environment.
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    Wow, that's a hero dog. -SunnyWalker
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