Two of my most beloved ones!!


Two of my most beloved ones!!

Doc
and mine
09/21/2009 - 16:26
Just beautiful!
09/21/2009 - 16:44
Yes, they are even better than dogs , but wait until they becomes teenagers But of course you will still love them Doc
u have a happy pair . nt.
09/22/2009 - 14:56
nt.
Wussup!?
09/21/2009 - 21:37
He definitely can not hunt but he has great talent retrieving round objects from the bush... Where are my round VCs?? Matthew
And he has an aristrocratic nose
09/21/2009 - 23:27
like our Winston but his big brother can take two, somtimes three (!) tennis balls Doc
just the most important couple in my life...
09/21/2009 - 22:06
and they need one of your labs at home badly, Mats... they have three dogs at the grandmother's (a Westie, a Labrador - her name is Kika and you guessed it she's my favorite, and a lovely mongrel) but it's not the same, you know. We decided to let the dogs into our house once we finish construction which is not going to be for another year and a half. I think it makes no sense to keep a dog in an apartment no matter how big the place is...
u have a happy pair too. just acquired one last year, soon another nt.
09/22/2009 - 14:57
nt.
Re: Two of my most beloved ones!!
09/22/2009 - 00:29
I'm becoming confused,Doc.......do they have names?
Yep Tony,
09/22/2009 - 01:14
The old one is named after Karl XII's dog, Pompe,  our great King ( 1682-1718 ) who was in Moscow already 1708 ! Pompe is buried among the war other heroes, with his own grave stone, at Karbergs War Churyard, in Stockholm,  with a wonderful poem on the stone (!). I have two replicas of Karl XII, the two most famous paintings, first the young King who at 18 years of age, went to war for the rest of his life and the other when he was dead, killed in Norway of all countries.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_XII Perhaps interesting is that these paintings were made by one of Russia's most wellknowned painters, on my friends and mine whishes and smuggled out from Russia, it was before before Glasnost! Oh my God what trouble and how fun we had The other younger dog is named after my hero number one Winston, no further explantion is neccesary, even though they don't have any physical resemblance Cheers Doc
Re: Yep Tony,
09/22/2009 - 15:12
Thanks, Doc. So history played it's part! Very interesting too!! Nodoubt you'll be taking then for "walkies" (Schhhhh!) sometime today. Have fun. . . .