When I post your pet pictures and story, you’ll get 1,000 Oodles! You can send them to GSNAngel@gsngames.com. Please include your user name and a few words about your pet. Even if you don’t currently have a pet, but would like to share a picture of a treasured pet from the past, or a pet in your family, please feel free to share.
This week’s adorable pets belong to Blueiz4lakers, edp1730, and18777876.ids.
If you missed previous posts, click to view the three most recent Player’s Pet posts:
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Blueiz4lakers – This is Bernie, he is a service dog. He is a Bernese Mountain dog who was adopted by my sister. He was found eating garbage in a landfill w/an abscess on his left ear the size of a grapefruit. $2,000.00 worth of surgery later, he has rescued our family, calming everyone down with his tranquil personality and habit of carrying his leash in his mouth when he is walked and also becoming B.F.F.’s with haughty Pinot, the cat in residence. He has such a great nature, the animal shelter that rescued him, has photographed him for their brochure.
With his Zen nature, he was perfect for the BARK reading program. Bernie goes to schools and libraries and lays calmly and patiently as adoring children love ALL over him, while my sister reads to them.
Also pictured, this is my one of my spot and stripe twins, Charly Castro Herpelshiemer. He performing the all important task of being a deadly “Stair shark.” He has an incredibly pokey tummy and is very patient as I connect the dots on his fuzzy polka dot belly. He rescued me four years ago, along with his twin brother, Carlos The Rhino.
edp1730 – When I saw the message about player’s pets, I decided I HAD to submit pictures of Gabriel (Gabe), my 6 year old male mini-schnauzer. You and anyone else familiar with “minis” will notice he does not have the breed-standard cut. He’s got what some call a “puppy cut”. First off, I think the puppy cut is much cuter, as does almost anyone that has ever seen him. However, there is a much more practical reason – and the reason I’m sending 2 pictures.
Miniature schnauzer’s were originally bred to keep rabbits and other burrowing pests from destroying a farmer’s crops. That includes moles, which he discovered in my back yard. I came home from work one day and couldn’t BELIEVE what I saw. It’s captured in the picture “GabeDigger”, and even that doesn’t do it justice. if you look closely, you can even see some of the roots he had dug up in his hair! LOL
The other pic of course is what he looks like when he is clean. I haven’t tried to change that behavior – it’s what he was bred to do. He’s is adorable, and extremely friendly – unless you are a mole! However, he does get more baths than the normal mini-schnauzer, LOL. Thanks for the opportunity to share.
and18777876.ids – Here’s a couple pictures of my dog, he’s a super nice dog, and loves everybody. He’s 12 years old I rescued him when he was a month old. He’s my best friend. I hope he doesn’t lose any points for being a pit bull.. he’s beautiful.