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Friday, August 21, 2009


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Samson is huge, and he is an awesome goober dog! I love him to death!

On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 6:07 AM, wrote:


Wow, Dianna, I haven't been reading blogs for months. Samson is huge! What a cutie.


Samson is quite the handsome boy! He really is a great looking dog...And, he looks so sweet!!!


oh he is just so handsome! what a good boy you have there!

my 3 GSD's only eat 4-5 cups a day (each) and I thought that was a lot! I can't even imaine the poops ;)


I tried to leave a comment on the Fiber Revival post but for some reason I couldn't. It was great to finally meet you last weekend. You got some great pictures of the day; I was lame and only took 2 and then somehow accidentally deleted the only one I really wanted - the one of you and Sara! UGH.

Samson sure is getting big (and man o man is he handsome. I can't believe how much he eats. I'm sorry to hear he needs so much work. Our pet families can be expensive, but they ARE a part of the family.


Samson is a most wonderful-looking dog. I do love giant breeds. Our next one will be another Great Pyrenees. We miss our last one so much. Nice as our collie is, he just isn't the dog our Nilla was.


Sam's not a dog he's a TANK!!!!! I can't believe he eats 10 cups a day, although I'm sure Boss would TRY to eat 10 cups if I let him before he'd get sick heheheh
Hope everything goes well with his knee and he gets back to his normal self again.


Awwwww! He's gotten big, and poor guy, so many issues already. I wish him luck, that this will be all, and from then on nothing but good health and happiness!

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