My Listening Buddies

Discussion in 'Listening Spaces' started by Cool_Manchu, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. john111/LZ

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    Those two are too cute for words!:)
     
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  2. TECH---NICS

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    her name is yzza , she is a 11 years girl who loves goa trance music.....



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    Shes entrancing!:)
     
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  6. Audiofreak71

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    Koa 19months 162lbs . she’s steadily getting bigger and still loves our listening sessions throughout the day.

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  7. lokerola

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    That is a large doggo! Good luck with those pooper pick ups! We have a 90lb lab, and man, the poop bags we go through......
     
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  8. Poultrygeist

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    I'm convinced that large dog breeds tend to be more gentle around humans.
     
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  9. Audiofreak71

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    Yeah she’s a gentle giant and is a diva so she has her spot she uses the bathroom and I clean up after lol. She’s my service dog and is a joy to be around.

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    I believe that as well, my granddaughter is 18 months old and Koa is so cautious as to not bump into or step on her as a matter of fact my granddaughter usually is pushing Koa out of the way lol.

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