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As I was struggling with my mechanic project I did take a
break to watch Goober & Angel, (the neighbors eldest dog) a
doxie chase each other around & play. They are both over 16 yrs
old & still play as if they were still puppies! Angel is the
one that needed to have back surgery that cost over 5k$ last
year! Poor Goober would have been a goner if I had to front
that kind of money! But lucky for him, he is a very tough beag!
Goober is not as active as he used to be...but he does very
well for his age!
 

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That is so awesome that he's doing so well at his age! I only hope that my kids do that well! So far my oldest is Princess who will be 8 next month, and it always amazes me that she still acts like a pup at times. I giggled yesterday when she was in the thick of things with the Angel and Bella (the two youngsters). You're a great doggie daddy, NW!
 

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That is great, NR! How wonderful that Goober (and Angel) still have so much spunk in them. I hope when I get their age, I can still have those kind of senior moments.
 

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Our first two beagles played right to the end , however neither of them reached 16. Our oldest was 14. Well done NR you are the perfect beagle dad.
 

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Thanks all! Pop & I have learned a lot about their care & how to
prolong their life thanks to what we have learned thru others
here & what we have learned about the breed by reading books
about beags! Goober has been a great success, as he was my first
puppy...& it was love @ first sight as he was the first one out
of a litter of 8 to come to me when I first met him! (If I did
not know better), (Id, swear that he has been a re-incarnation
of Snapper)!!!
 
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