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Age: 10 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Biggles

Biggie Smalls, Bigington Snotingham Smythe, Mr. Biggs, Big Galute, Bigety bigety Oh Yeah!, Bigitty Boo! Repo Biggs.

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

June 4th 2007

Anything he can sink his teeth into. Eating poop!

Cayenne pepper and bitter apple spray!

Favorite Toy:
Blue glowball, turtley a stuffed turtle, and Vincent and most recently, Beavis

Favorite Food:
Bulk beef jerky treats!

Favorite Walk:
To the park near the bridge, Little Mountain Park, Bird's Hill Park

Best Tricks:
Comes when called and knows what "walk" means. Loves to play fetch.

Arrival Story:
My ex-friend, knew a guy Jerry and his wife Lynn (both animal lovers) who works with him in Animal Science and he (Jerry) has two Golden Retrievers who mated. We got a discount on the price of a purebred dog ... so I went for it! I love animals!

Mom is a purebred Golden Retriever named Missy (very sweet). Dad is a purebred Golden Retriever named Buddy(very mischievous). No papers and not going to be bred. Biggles will be neutered as soon as is safely possible to prevent unwanted pups.

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July 29th 2007 More than 9 years!

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Ol' Greg: A memorial

June 10th 2014 10:36 pm
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The other week or so Barbie let us out in the morning to do our business. Well, there was a cat under the picnic table that held the canoe. Beavis and I were barking about the new arrival, that Barbie came out and found who we now call "Ol' Greg". He was thin and growling at us but, when Barbie put us inside, he was quite friendly with her.

He was thin and drooling and had mats on his fur on both sides the likes of which Barbie had never seen. He also had a Hartz collar on which led Barbie to believe that someone put that on him so he was cared for.

She took him to our vet and he was examined. He was very old and had a number of illnesses that no one should put him through to test for. Barbie called them as to his status and was told he was taken to the Humane Society,

Once at the Humane Society it took a while to find out who Ol Greg was as he did not have a name upon entry. Barbie was told that he was quite old and ill and was on pain medication and that his family could not be contacted, Ol Greg was to be at peace the next day. Barbie asked if he was well enough so that she could have him just to spoil him as long as he lives and was told, 'you have a nice spirit, but no."

We all only knew him a brief time, but he reminded us what is really important and that is the time you share with anyone; however brief is significant. Also, do the best you can.
Biggles words of wisdom


Another vet visit

November 11th 2011 7:36 am
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This year I went to the vet with McLovin. I have been busy this year going to the park every day almost. I am starting to get a little fat and had to go on a diet. That was the worst! I felt I was starving! Barbie and I were both miserable about the whole thing. She then got me another food other than Origen which is hard because it has to be grain free and no yeast or salmon. I lost a little weight but, have plateaued although I still supposedly look fat. I am also on doggy steroids now because I itch all over and shed like crazy. At least now I can eat Go! or Taste of the wild and we are now both happier about the situation.

I found out that I am basically healthy. Barbie pointed out what she thought was my sun bleached fur on my face since I am out everyday only to find out that I have gone gray. Maybe she coul post a picture. Dr. McDonnel said the way I was standing during exam reminded her of Eyore. I barely moved and only looked with my eyes when I got my needle. I was glad to get out of there and run in the park. Yes, things are looking better as the year progresses.



I don't play cribbage, but boy was I skunked!

November 8th 2010 11:15 pm
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The last week of fall camping, Barbie, Pebbles and I went to Nutimik Lake and Otter Falls. Beavis couldn't come as he stepped on something and hurt his foot.

Firstly, the trip down wasn't much as Pebs and I slept all the way down. I have to say that it was very windy! We got to the campsite and were staked down as Barbie got dinner ready. Both of us dogs had beef tenderloin that evening. What a great start!

There was another couple in the next site and I was allowed off leash to go swimming! No one else was around. Our site was right next to the water! Barbie pulled out the throwing ball thing and I played fetch getting an orange ball out of the water. Pebbles kept crying until Barbie let her come to the water too. She didn't go in like me but, had fun at the shore. We are on youtube listed as Nutimik Lake.

We had a couple of walks and I got to creep Barbie out by staring at the water once it was dark. I just wanted to let Barbie know I was protecting her. Barbie took us to the water near the boat launch so I could have a swim at the beach. She thought I would listen to her so I didn't have a leash.

Before we got to the water, we passed by some sites that were closed down. We will soon find out why. There was a terrible smell and Barbie called me. I wanted to just look to see where that smell came from. I jumped back from the ditch because I came into contact with a skunk! I immediately went to Barbie and lay down in the road. I think I am in big trouble now! It sprayed me!

No swimming for me at all. Back to camp for a face shampoo. It was a good thing that our site had a water hook up. Barbie had to let me sleep in the motor home because I couldn't be outside with skunks around. I also slept on the bed with Barbie and she complained about the reek. Pebbles kept well away from me except for a quick sniff. I kept trying to rub my face on the ground, leaves or whatever as I also could not stand the smell.

The next day, we moved on to Otter Falls. Barbie bought some tomato juice on the way and from now on will keep that in the motor home for camping. Tomato juice actually works! Now that this has happened, Barbie has vowed that she will keep strictly for us dogs the following: Tweezers (great for ticks/leeches), tomato juice (obviously), scissors and vinegar (if heaven forbid, I find a porcupine). Barbie says a porcupine is the only thing left for me to see. I sure hope I don't find one or any other bad stuff that might be out there.

Otter Falls was so much fun too! There were about 4 sites other than ours that were occupied. It was like having a great big wide private campground. We all went to the beach which was at the end of the campsite and I got to play fetch with some driftwood and go swimming. Later, we had a big fire and Barbie made us all some roasted Winnipeg Old Country Wieners. All of us had a really great time.

The next morning, we piled into the motor home and I slept all the way home. I get so tired at the end of camping and I tend to learn a lot each time.

I don't think that I will be so curious about skunks anymore! Camping still rules!

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