- Mar 19, 2021
- Reaction Points
- Catalina, AZ
- Current Ride
- 2015 F150
It’s a small miracle she stayed still enough to take this picture. Love this 4 legged piece of crazy.
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Thank you very much for donating to them. They do great things and the dogs and cats will definitely appreciate not being flooded and needing moved every time it rains. Poor buggers have it hard enough as it is. You are showing yet again that you are an upstanding individual and a great representative of this forum.Donated!
We have had numerous rescue dogs and totally support the effort. While we can't give to all of them, when there is a need and some extenuating situation, try to help where we can. Thanks for sharing your personal experience and connection with this shelter @Sludgemonkey44
I got this dog ramp for my little girl when she got too old to be able to jump and get in by herself. I waited a little too long to do this. She was over 13 years old. By this time her eye sight wasn’t what it used to be. I had to help guide her up it until she got used to it. My little boy took to it right away. Now that he’s an old man, 12 years old, he needs it to get in.Here is Shelby. She is somewhere between 9 and 10 years old. I bought her a 6-step step-ladder to get into the truck to make it easier for her at this age. She is also on Instagram as Shelbyoclock
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Hey Red,@Sludgemonkey44 thanks for sharing the story of Cricket, and for sharing the fundraiser info. I'm happy to support them in honor of Cricket.
I think most of us would love to just sit around a camp site and talk trucks and dogs and life in general over food and drinks. I really like the group this forum has pulled together.Hey Red,
The support is very much appreciated. If I ever cross paths with you or @Modman, I definitely would like to buy you a beer or a cheeseburger or whatever token of appreciation I can give in return. It’s pretty awesome of you two guys to donate to a shelter in a random place just because some random dude (me) put it out there. The Tremor family is a great one for sure! Thank you.
GSP's are really cool dogs, and it seems they all have big personalities, not that I'm around them every day. I know a couple owners locally and they are really neat dogs. This little girl looks very well cared for.It’s a small miracle she stayed still enough to take this picture. Love this 4 legged piece of crazy.View attachment 113741
This is my first time owning a GSP. I thought I had an idea of what we were signing up for, but I found out I had no clue. . The energy level is off the charts. It’s either bombing around at 100mph or asleep. Really no in between with our little girl. She has been amazing for our family though. Her needs as far as activity level have in turn made us more active and we ride bikes a lot more, etc, etc.GSP's are really cool dogs, and it seems they all have big personalities, not that I'm around them every day. I know a couple owners locally and they are really neat dogs. This little girl looks very well cared for.
When they are not riding in the back of the truck!Stella and Brutus
The. You need to get a ramp so he can get in too.Only the puppy and the white pit have been in the tremor. Our bull mastiff is an old boy and can't get in the truck. View attachment 113801
She looks a tad embarrassed in that picture, like you caught her dragging her rear across the floor.Lady ￼
Reminds me of the dobies on Magnum PI. He looks like he's all business out in the yard but I bet he's a lap dog in the house.