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Despite the fact that it might have been a stroke
last December... He has now made such a full
recovery that the "stubborn-stinker" is once again
ignoring the "doggie-steps" that I purchased for him! :rolleyes: And he is active enough to be by
my side wherever I go when I am home! :thumbup:
 

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That's awesome! So glad he made a full recovery - you are so fortunate, I lost my beautiful chow cross, Max, much too young, to a series of strokes. But Maxie had been abused before I dognapped him - the last 5 years of his life were good, but I think the early years took their toll on him! So glad Goober was so stubborn and recovered completely!!! /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif
 

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Thanks all,& "True-dat" MD! Goober has become the
ultimate "timex-beag" like Snapper was & I never
thought I would have another one like him! But,
"experience cut's both way's"...(A very young
Goober was drawn to me like a magnet when I met
him & his litter-mates for the first time) & the
breeders stated that "Oh, you come pre-trained"!
Beagles have served my family very well for over
80 yrs to help feed them or simply as loud guard-
dogs to awake "the big dawgs" like "Homer-the-
Huge"! (Lord help anyone that incurs the wrath of
Homer-The-Huge)!!!(He has the tenacity of a beag
& the hunger of a piranha)!!!
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In his (retired years), Goober relies on Homer
to alert him when something "is afoot"! But when I
have the time to cook, (rather then re-heat
something)...he reverts back to the puppy-stage!
Be it something as elabourate as German-style
liver pattys or even something as easy as chili-
dogs, Goobs will be the first to pester me for
his supper after smelling my cooking!!! :thumbup:
 

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Yep, Goober is still "sharp-enough" to pester me
if I get home early enough to cook supper for the
family...but, he has a low attention-span now &
will get-comphy on the couch until Homer goes
"nuts" when the "bi-peds" are done eating & it is
time for "my boy,s to get their supper"! :thumbup:
 
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