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smile for the day

Leslie(nova scotia)

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This photo was taken a few years back and never fails to bring a smile to my face. Navy Davy and I were detecting "Flying Bra Island.' We code named this place so as the entry shack was draped in bras....very large size if I recall properly.
A man was walking his dog who was off leash. I asked the owner the animals name and he said "Lucy." I called the name and over she came for some attention; in the form of a few pats. She left. Shortly there after I bent down to dig a target that I retrieved, took my glove off to give it a slight cleaning. I was so smitten with this piece of silver that I did not notice that Lucy had taken my glove. When I noticed her running around with it I called her. Quicker then a flash of lightening she came to me releasing my glove after the mandatory pat on the back. Females! Always wanting attention.
Not only had she taken my glove but my heart as well!
 

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7centsworth

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That’s funny. Reminds me of when I threw my hat down detecting once as I was getting hot. I short time later my Doberman came walking over the hill carrying something. I could t figure out what he has until he got to me. He brought me my hat. I guess he thought I lost it. He has never done thy before. He was the one of the best dogs I ever had. He passed away a few years ago. I sure miss him.
 

Missouri -- Ma Betty

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That’s funny. Reminds me of when I threw my hat down detecting once as I was getting hot. I short time later my Doberman came walking over the hill carrying something. I could t figure out what he has until he got to me. He brought me my hat. I guess he thought I lost it. He has never done thy before. He was the one of the best dogs I ever had. He passed away a few years ago. I sure miss him.
Sorry about his loss to you because we do love them like a family member! Ma
 

Waterdog

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I was looking for my hat one day and asked my dog "where's my hat" and she started going around the different seats in the house really fast, found my hat. After she brought it back to me I took her for a walk, which she really liked doing for. After that when I wanted to take her for her walk I would ask her " where's my hat" and she would go out looking for it, even when I hid my hat she would find it. Ready to go for a walk.
Someday I will get another .. best friend :)
 
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Missouri -- Ma Betty

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I was looking for my hat one day and asked my dog "where's my hat" and she started going around the different seats in the house really fast, found my hat. After she brought it back to me I took her for a walk, which she really liked doing. After that when I wanted to take her for her walk I would ask her " where's my hat" and she would go out looking for it, even when I hid my hat she would find it. Ready to go for a walk.
Someday I will get another .. best friend
God will bless you with another pet best friend to fill your life with more love; at a time when you know not! Ma
 

relicmeister

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Dogs, the arguably better of our highly connected species. Saw a video yesterday of a man wearing a cast on his leg limping as he walked his greyhound looking dog, who was also limping. The vets couldn’t find any medical cause for the dogs limping. Apparently the dog was limping along with its owner out of sympathy!
 

Missouri -- Ma Betty

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Dogs, the arguably better of our highly connected species. Saw a video yesterday of a man wearing a cast on his leg limping as he walked his greyhound looking dog, who was also limping. The vets couldn’t find any medical cause for the dogs limping. Apparently the dog was limping along with its owner out of sympathy!
Better than many spouses who really don't have nor show sympathy like I had--just bear it & do my job! :( Ma
 

C.J.M.

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If you love animals check out this HEROS :thumbup:
 

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Mark kus

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Good story love my two Sammy the frenchie and Lucy my Boston
 

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