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HopeAge: 6 Years Old
Breed: Labrador Retriever
Location: Shaggy Butte
Relationship Status: It's Chomplicated
Posted by PoodleFur 1 day ago
What can I say? She's our Darling Dog, no bones about it. Such a breath of fresh air! My friend says her owners are taking her to Slurry Creek Dog Park tomorrow, and I can't wait to see her. These past two weeks have been torture without her. Super inconsiderate of her owners to take her away when she means so much to the community. I'm praying she patches things up with Hazard. Those two are the perfect power couple.
Posted by SensitiveGuy 1 day ago
Hope is without a doubt my ideal wife. I mean if she was a human and not a dog and not 6 years old. But if she was a human and of age, she has all the qualities I am looking for in a wife. She has soft hair, and an unbelievable personality. I wonder if she notices me the way I notice her? It's really hard to get any alone time with someone else's dog at a public park. People get over protective, but I understand. If Hope was my wife I'd never let other men talk to her. EVER.
Going to be a great day at the park tomorrow!
Posted by Angelic_Groomer 16 hours ago
I've always been fond of Hope, but these last few weeks have tested my resolve. First she leaves Hazard, then she's seen frolicking with Ozark? He's a creepy weirdo. But the worst is definitely Thriller. It's poor character to associate with bad doggies, and Thriller a bad doggy. He may not be as awful as Meathook, but he'll lead you astray all the same.
Hazard isn't perfect, but he's got good character. Besides, those two have too much history to just walk away. I don't like my husband, but I made a commitment to marry him so I'm in it for the long haul. Hope should follow me lead. Her owners also need to bring her by for a makeover. I've left them my business card over a dozen times. They have no excuse for not letting Hope look her best. They should be ashamed.
Posted by Glenda 13 hours ago
hope is a great dog and she deserves a good home. i offered a fair price for her but the owners yelled at me, slandered me to my face and then slammed the door. she would have fit in with all my little darlings. they would have loved having beautiful hope with them. taking one bone off for quality of owners. if hope's owners want her to have a perfect rating from me, they must sell her. i will not ask nicely again.
Posted by Harold 12 hours ago
ALMOST GO TIME. VERY EXCITED OVER HERE. Going to be filming her every move in 1080p with the 1200mm. Won't even have to get out of the van. Here's hoping Hope is at the park long enough for me to add a few more hours to the collection. ;-)
Posted by ELMO STEPHENS 11 hours ago
WOW SO MANY DOGS ARE HERE TODAY. IT IS LIKE ALL OF THE DOGS I KNOW AND SOME I DON'T KNOW. HELLO DOGGIES. HOPE IS VERY PRETTY AND SHE LOOKS LIKE SHE IS HAVING A LOT MORE FUN THAN THE LAST TIME I SAW HER WHEN SHE WAS VERY UNHAPPY. IF SHE RUNS BY ME I CAN PET HER AND HUG HER VERY QUICK. I GOT STUNG BY A BEE BUT I'M FINE.
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