Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Octane91, Dec 29, 2008.
you guys gotta have pets, and a camera....
Yay, a pet thread! You have two beautiful dogs!
I swear, if you rename this to "Animals you have sex with"....
Really old picture of my dog, Casper.
I just heard today that he vomited and passed out. My mother took him to the vet for some shot and also discovered that he has bad arthritis on his back-right leg.
He's 14 years old now and his time is coming up, I think
Cute, what kind of dog is he/she?
As far as the Juball manor goes, we've got Lucy, the dog who's afraid of everything.
Plus, twenty some-odd fish currently. I'll get a shot of the tank in the morning when the light comes back on.
Thanks Juball, he's an Australian Shepherd. Almost 3 years old already.
Thought he was an Aussie! Been trying to convince the girlfriend we should rescue one as a companion to Lucy.
Destined to be my cat...
since i dont have a dog and i dont like pets, i'll just post up my dad's black lab
left-to-right/ Tigger T. Puss, Gidgit, and Spooky-Doo.
and now I really need to get a pet.....
My Red-Nose Pit, rescued him from the Humane Society back in 1998. My wife likes to be festive for X-mas. Cisco about 11 years old.
patrick: she's so big!!!
djsoulriot: get your dog high much? hehe
Hah, it's a myspace angle, her shoulder comes to just above my knee. I'll take another when I get the fish later today.
Edit with new pics:
Best pic I could get of her, damn black dogs don't expose right without proper metering which I didn't have the patience for.
The aquarium stand behind her is just over 2 feet. Considering she's a year this January, I'm thinking she might be some sort of beagle/lab mix. We're debating whether the dna test kits are worth doing.
Long shot of the tank. The tank itself was sold to us as a 75 gallon but the dimensions are larger than that of standard 75 gallons so we think it has a 80/85 gallon capacity. (It's also considered water filled furniture by our old place. ) Looking at these pictures, I might need to put a solid color background up between the lines running in the back and the tank itself.
You can see most of the fish that are in the tank with this shot. There's 2 Bala Sharks (jumpiest fish ever), 2 Bristlenose Plecos, 1 Siamese Algae Eater, 1 Otocinclus Catfish, 2 Tiger barbs, 2 Dwarf Powder Blue Gouramis and a baker's dozen Angelfish. Of note is the fact that all but the 2 black Angelfish and 1 Black and White Angelfish are the product of our Gold Pearlscale and Wild Silver Angelfish spawning.
Close-up of the badass coconut cave I made yesterday. One of the gouramis has chases the smaller (female?) gourami mercilessly and until we setup this tank they had been separated so the issue was solved. We're hoping she discovers it's there rather than constantly hiding under the bubble wall in back. For now though, the plecos enjoy nibbling on them.
Not pictured is the Bettas' and lone Guppy's in a fishtank in the kitchen. Plus, we've got another 46 gallon bowfront tank that we're debating whether or not to setup as a Guppy and other small fish tank.
She's still living with my mom, but I might be taking her soon. She's 13, but she still has a lot in her.
No pets for me, but this is my gf's dog - "Belle" (more of a beast, but who's keeping track)
Chloe, whom nobody can seem to get a decent picture of.
hey fiddy....that's not:
Oh yeah, I just took another look and answered my own question.
One of my favorite cat pix:
Then there's gidgit just after I blew up a battery: (just the oposite of the above....or in response to)
YouTube - Cat attacks bell