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Rebel loves a blanket fresh out of the dryer

Pegsy's picture

goodness he certainly

goodness he certainly does!!!!
what a cutie pie!
smoochies the scrunchy face

ArchimedesMommy's picture

awww......Rebel is sooo ador-a-bull and cozzyyy!! I LOVE

to watch Meaty and Sophie sleep----what is it about a sleeping bully face that just makes our

hearts melt even more???  :-)


Our three JOYS !!!  

Sophie,  Meaty,  and, Professor   (adopted in March 2016, went to Rainbow Bridge Dec. 2016)  

Our sweet Archimedes "MEATY" Bones (or as we say...boneSHHH!)    ---born 11/28/08---- our first bullllyyyy!!!

And  SOPHIE  Bubbles *Rapscallion*   (LOL!) ---born 4/3/11----our second bulllllyyyy!!!!  

CathyandZimmer's picture

How adorable!!

So cozy and comforable :)
What a doll he is.


Cathy & Zimmer



kibby5's picture

Super sweet! Are those his nails?

The pic makes his nails look super long!


sincerely, christine

amandalee27's picture

Right now his nails are super

Right now his nails are super long! He has never been fond of a nail trim, but after he got a persistent interdigital cyst on one of his front paws, his anxiety related to nail trims is off the charts. We actually have to give him some anti anxiety medicine and take him to the vet to get it done monthly. So right before our visit, they get long.

<RANT ON>Regardless of the

Regardless of the reason, you should never let his nails get that long!

Overgrown nails can easily break which will be  very painful, and can also cause difficulty with walking and potentially contribute to the development of arthritis.

If your dog's nails actually grow that length in just one month (seems unlikely), you need to take him to a vet, or professional groomer more often.

amandalee27's picture

Thanks for the rant. Rebel

Thanks for the rant. Rebel and I have been getting on wonderfully for nearly 10 years. I will continue to collaborate with my vet and do what I feel is best for his overall quality of life. For now, that will remain monthly nail trims at the vet with mild sedation.