Hello from Texas!

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    tcl322 New Member

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    Hello everyone! Have just been browsing through and this seems like a great forum. I have 4 dogs at the moment. Three of them have been with me for several years and one stray just showed up about a month ago. We felt so bad for him that we couldn't turn him away and he now seems like a part of the family. Ace is a rescue dog as well. He is a Lab/Pitt mix. Cami and Nila are Australian Shepherds. Rex is the new one and he is a Lab mix. We are looking forward to sharing all of our stories!
     
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    luvsdragonflies Member

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    Where in Texas are you from? I am from Central Texas just north of Austin in a Town call Georgetown. I now live with my hubby, daughter, 2 pythons, 2 dogs, 6 salamanders, 4 tree frogs, 1 cat, and 20 rabbits in East Texas in a little town called Jefferson, which is close to Shreveport and longview.

    Welcome to the group glad to have you :)
     
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    zararina Well-Known Member

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    Hello there and welcome to the forum.;)
    Nice to have you here and nice to know you had adopted dogs. Will look forward in seeing some of your dog's photos around.
    Have a nice day.
     
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    Becky Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to the forums! :) Do you have any photos of your dogs? We look forward to hearing all about them!
     
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