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goldenretrieverworld:

bringing this little fluff home in two weeks :) obviously I’m thrilled…he already has his own blog and everything 

goldenretrieverworld:

bringing this little fluff home in two weeks :) obviously I’m thrilled…he already has his own blog and everything 

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guidedogintraining:

9 week old puppy face

guidedogintraining:

9 week old puppy face

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the-entire-furry-fandom:

ww-swagabond:

meta18:

osoru:

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slowly approaching bear

the bears will be in eventually

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Bear will arrive sooner than thought.

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BEAR IS APPROACHING AT ALARMING SPEEDS

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BEAR IS GO FAST LOSING TRACK OF BEAR

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BEAR HAS REACHED MACH ONE

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WE HAVE LOST VISUAL ON BEAR

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die mannschaft + celebrations

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dogjournal:

FAMILY USES OLD BLANKET TO ATTRACT THEIR LOST DOG - A week went by and we got a call from the campground host who was able to coax her into a kennel after she had been sleeping every night on the blanket and clothing that was left behind.”

Murphy, a Golden Retriever, became lost two years ago when she wandered away from a campsite in Tahoe National Forest located in California. The Braun family searched for Murphy and even set up a Facebook page, but Murphy was not found. Recently, Murphy was spotted by someone in the campsite area so the Brauns left Murphy’s old blanket and clothes at the site to attract her. Murphy must have been attracted by the smell because she was discovered sleeping on the blanket. Read more from Erin Braun’s Facebook page:

After 20 long months of being in the Tahoe National Forest, Murphy has come home. As you can imagine we are completely shocked and amazed with the miracle of her surviving this long. We responded to a call from a couple who spotted a dog matching her description in an area within 5 miles of where we lost her. After multiple days looking for her without success, we left her bed and our clothing behind with the campground host, in the hopes that she would respond. A week went by and we got a call from the campground host who was able to coax her into a kennel after she had been sleeping every night on the blanket and clothing that was left behind. We were reunited with Murphy, on Sunday afternoon - Father’s Day! She is on the road to recovery, very thin and frail but happy to be home with her family. 

Murphy never forgot the smell of home. It’s great to see her back with her family. Click here for more information. (Photos from Murphy’s Facebook page)

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exploratorium:

Can you *smell* time? Your dog can!"When you arrive home, your dog can take one whiff of you and get the entire story of your day—where you went, how long ago, who and what you were with—including details that you yourself may not even be aware of, like the fact that there was one stray mushroom on that pepperoni pizza you had for lunch."
- “Dogs smell time" by Exploratorium writer, Pearl Tesler.

exploratorium:

Can you *smell* time? Your dog can!

"When you arrive home, your dog can take one whiff of you and get the entire story of your day—where you went, how long ago, who and what you were with—including details that you yourself may not even be aware of, like the fact that there was one stray mushroom on that pepperoni pizza you had for lunch."


- “Dogs smell time" by Exploratorium writer, Pearl Tesler.

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prosthetic-dance:

Juliet Doherty posing for Luis Pons Photography

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