That beautiful hunk of k-9inity in the photo is none other than my bestest friend and companion "Red". I adopted Red over Thanks Giving weekend last year from the Seattle Humane Society, they informed me he had 3 days until the needle, well, suffice it to say, "Not on my watch"! Red turned 2 in July to the tune of a 160z Rib eye and a large bowl of brussel sprouts, first dog I ever had that likes his vegetables. He was abused as a youngen and up until about 3 months ago was a little bit on edge around other people and animals, leashed and muzzled...I'm happy to say he is off leash and muzzle now that he realized not everyone in the world was out to kick the crap outta him, he has turned into a regular mushy ole lap dog, almost embarrassingly so. Oh, almost forgot, Red absolutely abhors smoke which really helped in my quitting 7 months ago.
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