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Kennel Flags Across America Are at Half Mast

We pause to mourn the victim of this unbridled PUPPY ATTACK! via the ever-popular New Neo

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  • Glypto Dropem April 13, 2021, 3:50 PM

    If you’ve never done that with a litter of puppies, you haven’t lived. I did it last summer with my 1 year old Rhodesian Ridgeback and his 10 brothers and sisters.

  • ghostsniper April 13, 2021, 5:02 PM

    Smiling widely, knowingly.

  • Kevin in PA April 13, 2021, 5:15 PM

    Absolutely agree with previous comments.
    Puppy love is so damn wonderful….the sniffs, the squeals, the tails-a-waggin’, the constant motion, all of it exuding and imparting to the receiver a life energy that can’t be found anywhere else.

  • Joel April 13, 2021, 8:23 PM

    Sigh. I lost my boy last August, and have lately been watching enough puppy videos to tell me it’s time to start haunting shelters. I need a new dog.

  • Terry April 14, 2021, 9:54 AM

    I have had Dobermann’s for the last 46 years. My wife Susie raised Central Asian Ovcharka’s for a number of years when we lived in northern Nevada. Just one of these guys solved illegal alien invasion problems on a cattle ranch in NM.


    Easiest dog in the world to train. Too powerful for police work. Their jaw force is incredibly high.

    I believe Dobbie’s are the smartest dog and best watch dogs around homes and children.

    All puppies are a joy to be around.

  • Teresa Pittman April 14, 2021, 5:13 PM

    I had a litter of goldens like that, long ago. They broke out of the yard. They split up, so I would go around to the neighbors and find one or two. Took awhile to find all of them and I think at least one dug in someone’s flower bed. There’s nothing quite as cute as a golden retriever puppy.

  • Jack April 15, 2021, 7:41 AM

    I have a male GoldenDoodle that is coming up on 13 years. Like me, he is an arthritic born wanderer so when he wanders he usually doesn’t go too far. He thinks his own thoughts and he’s loathe to obey me unless I have him by the short hairs or I’m tempting him with a goodie of some kind.

    He and I have had a great run together and I love this pup with everything in me but I know that within the next couple of years or so we will part earthly company. When he’s gone, if I’m still here, I plan to have him cremated and when I’m gone, his ashes will join me in my grave. And, if I’m permitted into Heaven, if he ain’t there to join me, I will likely just keep wandering until I find him.

    With a good dog, that’s the way it should be.

  • Dirk April 15, 2021, 9:53 AM

    I like dogs/ animals far more then I like people. Their love is unconditional.

    Village Idiot