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You might be a redneck if..."You traded your truck for a dog"! That may apply to some rednecks...but my, "ol reliable" 1982 Ford F-150 4x4 is worth way more than the measly $100 bucks I paid for Goober! (He has been the best purchase I can think of for the money)! And speaking of birthdays...He will be 15 in less than a month! :thumbup:
 

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Fifteen in a month? Wow.....amazing...... :cool2:
 

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NR that is amazing. The oldest beagle we have owned was 14. I do know of one who lived until he was 15 but it was a very sick beagle. Good luck, when is the birthday?
 

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A Doghouse, Goober was born on 12 April 1992. And he still acts like a much younger beag despite being nearly half blind & half deaf! This saturday he gets to visit the vet for his annual shots, but "it is a treat for him"...as they feed him plenty of treats & he is one of their favourite patients! (They really love Goober as he is the eldest/"grandpa beag" among their patients)! :thumbup:
 

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Wow, 15, huh? That's pretty impressive! I hope my two live to be that old. I haven't had them very long, but I know that when the day comes that they have to go, I will totally be lost without my guys! I'm sure after 15 years in the family, Goober is definitely one of your best friends (if not, then THE BEST friend...I know I prefer my dogs to most humans a good potion of the time.) Are there any special celebration plans in the works for such a milestone birthday?
 

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NM& LB...I will probably take Goober & Homer to Falls Park like I did last year. They really loved to meet the other dogs & people in the park & to try to get a good sniff of the fish the kids caught from the kiddie fishing pond & the ducks & geese that frequent the area! (I have to keep a tight reign on "Homer-the-Huge" as he is "a bit much" for the smaller kids...but all of the kids absolutely LOVE the gentile "grandpa beag" Goober! And after a good walk last year in the park I treated them & myself to a vanilla ice cream cone from Dairy queen on the ride home! (Do I spoil my "boy's"? )Nahhh! :evilgrin: :thumbup:
 
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