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The day we brought home our second rescued pup 馃惗鉂わ笍馃惗

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They Labradore each other.

Original Poster111 points5 months ago

Yes!!

24 points5 months ago

You know that's right.

You hear about Pluto?

10 points5 months ago

Messed up right?

5 points5 months agoedited 5 months ago

Oh shit it's Sh , Dynasty!

Spelled: S, H, comma to the top, dynasty.

My friends don't understand my love of that show, but it's honestly one of my favorite series I've ever watched.

The jackal switch.

Love retrieved

Aww

I can't decide if I should up vote this or smack you.

"When you get to your new home, things are different. Don't pee on the carpet. That's number one."

213 points5 months agoedited 5 months ago

and especially don't poop, which is number two.

28 points5 months ago

Heyo

Ba-dum--tish!

Hah!

And when the time comes, dont puke on the carpet. Thats rule three.

鈥淥ther than that, you really gonna like it here. These hoomans are good hoomans, we get food and beds and all the pats we want. Its heaven鈥

鈥淪ounds like ill really love it here鈥

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181 points5 months ago

"Hey why are we doing this?"

"It makes them happy"

"Then let us continue"

Which one is the new rescue? Both are adorable!!

Original Poster104 points5 months ago

Thank you! One on the right is the new guy!

Did you take the current one to the shelter to "interview" the potential new pup? I'm curious about how you knew they would get along.

Original Poster78 points5 months ago

Yes we did. We had them meet each other/play together for several hours before we decided to take the yellow lab home. We could tell the black one wanted a buddy :)

33 points5 months ago

We had a collie like that. She just seemed down. We adopted her a buddy and she was just in heaven.

Because everyone needs a friend

If only this is how it would work in the human world.

Yeah, meeting someone and spending time with them until you decide that you like each other, what a crazy concept.

If they don't get along at the shelter, they won't get along at home. If they do get along at the shelter, they might (but also might not...) get along at home. If your dog (and the other one) is used to other dogs and gets along with them, you'll probably be okay. Labs are usually super friendly to everyone, too, so that helps.

What do you do if your current dog isn't all that friendly to other dogs to begin with?

Uhh, not adopt another dog.

Lots of training and a very slow introduction. At least 2 weeks separated fully except for exchanging smells is the first step.

He totally looks like he has dressed up in an oversized checkered suit for the occasion :D

Original Poster6 points5 months ago

Yes he does!! 馃槏

One could say they're labradorable

"Did we just become best frens?"

At first I thought ops username was boopsies4life but then I realized nevermind.

14 points5 months ago

Now...kith

"It's nice to see you, old friend"

Ebony. And ivory. Live together in perfect. Harmony

JUST MAKE OUT ALREADY!

15 points5 months ago

Get those two some spaghetti.

How about some spaghett

7 points5 months ago

鈥淵ou鈥檙e gonna like your new home.鈥

Still a better love story than Twilight (are people still saying that or am I old).

We shall keep saying it for as long as Twilight is on sale.

Thanks for rescuing!!!

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3 points5 months ago

Awwww double kissy booped snoots

Thumbnail looks like righty is wearing a suit

Which is the new one? White?

Original Poster3 points5 months ago

Yup, the guy on the right. His name is Otis.

Either way, they're both adorable

There aren't that many pictures that actually make me go "aww" in real life. This one is definitely one of those.

+_+

Are you sure they're not brothers/sisters?? They look so alike it's crazy!

Cute

They look so happy!

B O O P

Babies. :)

馃槏馃槏馃槏馃槏to cute I can鈥檛 handle it!!

I'm new which one is the newer one? Also that pretty cool

Original Poster4 points5 months ago

The one on the right is our new boy!

2 points5 months ago

Good dogs, good people, good homes, and all is well.

Red and Andy when they met on the beach.

aww beautiful interracial couple

2 points5 months ago

Am I the only one seeing a heart between them?

Your black pup looks EXACTLY like my dog. That was weird. Congrats on your new addition!

3 points5 months ago

Oh wow. Snoot to snoot boops on the first date. Not in my day.

This is absolutely heart warming

2 points5 months ago

What if they hadn't gotten along from the start and you couldn't put them so close in the car?

True puppy love! 馃挄

Was it good for you baby?

They鈥檙e booping snoots!

INSTANT FRIENDS

So happy

I've havent seem something more beautiful in a very long time

Original Poster1 point5 months ago

Thank you!!

BOOP

Nice job !

SO precious!!!!

The day we brought home our second rescued pup 馃惗鉂わ笍馃惗

Im glad they're instantly pals! I cant imagine trying to stop a dog fight in the back of a car while you're driving and driving doggos around is literally my job.

Cute picture even though the backstory is bullshit.

-5 points5 months ago(3 children)

You need a hug?

Hell yeah!

One could tell...

-1 points5 months ago

That's not a pup ... that's a full grown dog...

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-102 points5 months ago(More than 23 children)

Since a huge portion of healthy, adoptable domestic pet animals are still routinely put to sleep in shelters, any animal adopted from a shelter is a rescue. Even from a no-kill since it opens up room for them to take in other animals. Buying a dog would be like paying someone who deliberately breeds new animals despite how many still die in shelters. Don't downplay a rescue just because the dog wasn't an abused mess. Those rescues are important but they're not for everyone and any rescue is a commendable one

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22 points5 months ago

Yeah duh that's the only reason people would want to use a word that accomplishes the exact same point as multiple words

I suppose you don鈥檛 think much of people who adopt children, either?

-49 points5 months ago(0 children)

You know what, I think this is more than just about semantics. I think there鈥檚 some source of negativity in your life and your venting by arguing with people about word usage. Do you need someone to talk to? I won鈥檛 argue with you, I just think maybe you need someone to listen to your problems. Hit me up if you need it.

-8 points5 months ago(0 children)

Who鈥檚 looking for attention? The people posting about how happy they are that they got a new pet, or the douchebag writing essays as to why this is a terrible and fucked up thing to do? The guy who is sitting here preaching about how everyone should do as he does because he鈥檚 so much more righteous than everyone else because he鈥檚 not from America. Grow the fuck up

It's amazing, how your "culture" treats people and animals. You should ask yourself, why are there so many animals in shelters. Why your people don't think about them as creatures but as toys. You should ask yourself, why you treat people not much better. Instead you find a good excuse "they hate us for being Americans". That's a good way to prevent further thinking. And again: Animals aren't killed unless they are terminal ill in shelters. Not in London, not in Paris and not in Oberurgau.

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Have you or others done some good that requires more effort and/or has received less attention? That鈥檚 amazing, thank you!!

No, it screams "I'm part of the solution, brothers and sisters."

Semantics aside. I call them buddy's. And often wonder if I need them more than they need me. Maybe you could use a buddy.

Rescue. Buddy. Dog. What ever you call it and what ever your reason for getting you tend to love them and they always loveyou back.

And here take an upvote. Every body is intitled to there opinion even when I disagree.

Well, also, who spends more time and money caring for the dog, the person who picked up or the eventual owner? One can't exist without the other because the person doing the rescuing needs someone to take care of it.

OP never said they rescued the dog, they said that it was a rescued dog. Which the shelter very likely did rescue said dog... you act so superior but you鈥檙e technically wrong, the worst kind of wrong

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-8 points5 months ago(0 children)

Umm, it鈥檚 called spelling and grammar. Learn it properly before posting comments please.

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Death>Eating good food and being safe from infections

-8 points5 months ago(0 children)

If someone gave me the the option to choose between getting food every day, having someone to take care of me, having a friend and getting an injection and never waking up or living in a 1.5x1.5m cage, I would obviously choose the 2nd option

-8 points5 months ago(0 children)

Did you actually read what I said, or just red the first line and smash your head against the keyboard? And what does "if you are starving, I could make you do even a barrel roll" mean?

What did I get wrong?

Lots of things. 1, dogs are dependent on humans. If you set a dog "free" it would most likely die in a few weeks. 2, Animal shelters are not known for providing great living conditions for animals, almost anything is better than that, not including death. That is still worse. This bring us nicely to the next point, 3, Option 2 means you have a near 100% of getting The Injection if you don't get picked up within a month or two. 4, Humans know what they are doing when it comes to our best friends. We want to keep them alive if they are living with us

  1. Lots of homeless animals in the EU are doing fine. 2. True. 3. True. 4. That's like saying that the doctors from the 30s to the 60s were right to suggest smoking to the public.

Last one: true

Homeless dogs are living in cities, which means there is "prepared" food for them to eat, and you don't have to hunt for half of a pizza, do you?

You do realize there is good dog food right? You do realize dogs have been bred to love human affection and attention. There natural habitat is with man not in the wild.

What鈥檚 up your butt?

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1 point5 months ago

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Stellar comeback, really. 馃お

Thanks 馃槣

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