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ThreeSheetsToTheWind

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Thanks for the help! So this is the breakfast butt nugget (aka eggs) bunch.

They also get rid of all my slugs so I can grow a garden and I'm looking forward to fighting with them for the grapes im growing.
 

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I shared a pic of Piper, the doodle, previously.

Here’s Pi with her new brother Griffin:

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We had an Jack Russel that died about a year and a half ago (maybe longer), and a Beagle that passed in January of this year. Both of them were 14+ years old.
 

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That's always hard for me to lose a pet. Feels like losing a child, which I haven't thankfully, so I can only imagine.
 

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That's always hard for me to lose a pet. Feels like losing a child, which I haven't thankfully, so I can only imagine.
The loss of the Beagle was the hardest on my son - Dunk was his dog (and you can tell that Dunk looked at Harry as his boy).
 

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The loss of the Beagle was the hardest on my son - Dunk was his dog (and you can tell that Dunk looked at Harry as his boy).
My first dog was born about 2 weeks after I was. We grew up together and he kept me out of mischief. He passed away at 15, and I still think of him 50 years later.
 
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