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Here's a nice picture of Cams pet reindeer, isn't it precious

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Here's a nice picture of Cams pet reindeer, isn't it precious

OMG, are those Man boobs or a woman with a beard???
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Mickey is a 7-yr + poodle. Cannot stand to have me anywhere near the boat, unless he is included. If I touch a PFD or start loading the car - he's absolutely gotta go along....
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Here is Scooter and Sweat Pea.



Scooter is the Min schnauzer, sweat pea the english Bull. SHe is a pup in that pic. Scooter has gone everywhere with us. He was a rescue dog. Loved the boat. I have a bunch of pics of him riding in the dink behind us ALL OVER FLORIDA. The dog would go crazy until he could get pulled behind in the dink. He has spent more time on a boat than on land - by far. A true old salty dog. He's now pushing 15, and can't hardly walk anymore. Hard decision coming after the holidays. Maybe time for one last ride in the dink, I hope.

The other dog (what I feel is the worlds worst dog for a boat) is Sweat Pea - the English Bulldog. Loving dog. Loves the water. Only dog I have ever seen that likes swiming with her face under the water. If she wasn't so fat, she would probably be a diver.

Here is another pic of Sweat Pea with the wife. They are pretty good buds.

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Here's, Zorro, our schipperke, showing his teeth. We have no rats aboard!


and here he is doing what "high performance" cruising dogs do best. No need to row this puppy to shore!

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This is my buddy Val, a mostly English Setter pound dog, eager for shore leave in the Georgian Bay. He's not really all that excited about the boating thing, but he tolerates it pretty well.
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