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Old 11-12-2012, 05:36 PM
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Good boy Toby!!! Heros do come in all shapes and sizes.
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He says:

"Tanks! I protect my mommy. And she was yellin at me for barking. How dare she. At least i is appreciated now!"



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wow...Toby is quite the amazing little man..and phew hew to all those that think that being incredibly handsome usually means a low IQ ( wink ) ...Toby has proven that being handsome and smart is a doable thing !! Hugs to Toby from the girls !
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That is pretty cool! I saw a really cute fireman Halloween costume. Maybe next year you could dress him like a fireman! Also, super great that it doesn't take three hours of walking a day to calm him down. It would be hard to consistently dedicate 1/8 of each day to walking a dog.....no matter how much we love them life happens.
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Old 11-12-2012, 11:27 PM
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Thanks!

Jayda, actually we do do 3-4 hours of walking on each weekend day, and 2-3 hours a day on week days. He does get antsy without it. But it's nice to know that if I miss one day he won't die lol.


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Jayda, actually we do do 3-4 hours of walking on each weekend day, and 2-3 hours a day on week days. He does get antsy without it. But it's nice to know that if I miss one day he won't die lol.


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Wow, that is a good amount of walking and I bet there is a health benefit in there for you too. Funny thing is I really try to stay very active cycling, running, yoga, Pilates....love it all. I noticed this fall I was losing weight. I concluded it was from extra walking with the pups. I like to get in a 30-40 minute walk on weekdays and a longer walk of about 50 minutes on weekends. This is not nearly what you do but it sure has trimmed Lady down nicely and took a few extra pounds off me (which I don't need due to my other physical activity). I had a hip replacement a year ago December. I actually couldn't have walked a mile with the dogs at this time last year! I relish pain free walking and pain free activity. I would have gotten a pup sooner but I couldn't have managed it with a genetically bad bone structure in my hip.
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Wow, that is a good amount of walking and I bet there is a health benefit in there for you too. Funny thing is I really try to stay very active cycling, running, yoga, Pilates....love it all. I noticed this fall I was losing weight. I concluded it was from extra walking with the pups. I like to get in a 30-40 minute walk on weekdays and a longer walk of about 50 minutes on weekends. This is not nearly what you do but it sure has trimmed Lady down nicely and took a few extra pounds off me (which I don't need due to my other physical activity). I had a hip replacement a year ago December. I actually couldn't have walked a mile with the dogs at this time last year! I relish pain free walking and pain free activity. I would have gotten a pup sooner but I couldn't have managed it with a genetically bad bone structure in my hip.
I'm glad your hip is doing better

I've lost a lot of weight since I got Toby. I still have more to go but I am much healthier than I was. I owe it to him, for sure. It used to be a chore to walk him, but I love it now. Very relaxing and stress relieving.


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