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New boat dog

Since Rufus is already huge and a pain in the butt on the boat (and one of the reasons I got a bigger boat), we went and got another one
Meet Monty, our newest 2nd mate:
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Re: New boat dog

I'm guessing he'll be spoiled rotten
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Re: New boat dog

Love it!!! You going to buy a bigger tender too?? (smile)
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Re: New boat dog

Thanks so much. Now I have to break Nikki's computer before she sees that adorable "warm & fuzzy".
She so much would like one aboard, but it has become very impractical when one is traveling internationally. Too bad.
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Re: New boat dog

very cute little guy.
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Re: New boat dog

maybe not, guess it doesn't like to upload pics?

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Re: New boat dog

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Since Rufus is already huge and a pain in the butt on the boat (and one of the reasons I got a bigger boat), we went and got another one
Meet Monty, our newest 2nd mate:
Speaking as someone who also has a large pain in the butt when on the boat dog (and who also factored that into the decision to buy a bigger boat) all I can say is "good luck!"
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Re: New boat dog

He is nice!
I have to ask, what kind of dog is Monty?
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Re: New boat dog

Get your dog trained to use a "potty patch' AASAP. You will no longer have to scurry to shore on those dark and stormy nights when doggy-nature calls. :-)

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Re: New boat dog

Good looking dog. I hope he takes to sailing. My corgi is waiting at home, she did not like, but I think she is the exception more than the rule.

You should have gotten and orange dog and named him tangy.
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