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Here’s me with my wife and kids. My oldest (3 1/2) completely changed my world when he was born and has made me a much better man and husband. Been with my wife since high school, she’s amazing! The l

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1 hour ago, dgambill said:

Not sure where to put this so figured here is as good as any. Shout out to my wife for such a great bday present. I think she felt bad for getting Botox for her Mother’s Day but I’ll take it nevertheless.

 

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Who's that in the background?   😊

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10 minutes ago, jv1972iu said:

Who's that in the background?   😊

Lol...I had to double check the pic to make sure my wife wasn’t in it...she would kill me. That’s our rat terrier Indy. She is a little to rambunctious to let out all the time lol. Indy and Colt....I feel for them because they’ve gone from having free reign to a fenced back yard to being house dogs who only go out on a leash. At least they are well fed...so I don’t feel too sorry.

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46 minutes ago, dgambill said:

Lol...I had to double check the pic to make sure my wife wasn’t in it...she would kill me. That’s our rat terrier Indy. She is a little to rambunctious to let out all the time lol. Indy and Colt....I feel for them because they’ve gone from having free reign to a fenced back yard to being house dogs who only go out on a leash. At least they are well fed...so I don’t feel too sorry.

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Love ratties.  We sadly had to re-home ours after the baby came.  We took him to training, tried meds, he was just a nervous wreck, snipped at my son a few times.  

I love their stance.  Awesome tough little dogs.  

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10 hours ago, NotIThatLives said:

Love ratties.  We sadly had to re-home ours after the baby came.  We took him to training, tried meds, he was just a nervous wreck, snipped at my son a few times.  

I love their stance.  Awesome tough little dogs.  

I've had several over the years. The last one I had I wouldn't have been able to keep with our child. He was very very protective and not great around strangers. He was a furious hunter and would bring rabbits and squirrels and birds to our back door and in the house all the time. These two are very harmless (unless you are an animal/lizard that moves). They are really mild mannered. We still watch them very closely but when she was little she would pull on their ears and try to ride them etc and they just wanted to lick her to death lol. They do think my daughters toys are their toys though.

Colt the black one barks at everything but is scared of everything lol and Indy never barks but just wants to jump up and play with everyone. Definitely have to give them long walks to get the energy worked out of them because they can be way to crazy if you don't let them get that energy out. Great farm/country dogs. Wouldn't suggest them for people that live in apartments or don't have time to get them out. Feel bad they don't have the big backyard to play in anymore because when they had a doggy door and could run and play whenever they wanted really made my life easier. At least they are getting older and some of that energy has turned to napping lol.

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