Homer

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    claudine Well-Known Member

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    I took another picture of Homer:) He looks like a young fox in it, doesn't he?;)

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    I love him so, so much!:D
     
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    Trellum Well-Known Member

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    He looks like a tiny fox pupy!!! He is adorable :O It seems like you are spending a lot time with him lately, good for you :)
     
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    I saw your post speaking about washing your hands after touching Homer. I usually don't do so with my baby Sheba not unless we have either came from outside or I'm about to mess with some food.
     
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    Oh, Claudine is homer's owner, I'm Frida's owner ;) She is a Schnauzer, I must admit I did wash my hands a lot in the beginning when I got her, because just like Claudine I also suffer from OCD. I'm happy to report I now wash my hands less, unless I'm going to cook something, dog or on dog i never eat or cook without washing my hands first :) I read that having a dog actually helps one's intestinal flora.
     
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    He does, doesn't he?:) I do spend a lot of time with him, because my mom is in a hospital. So every day, I go to my parents' house and I take care of Homer.

    As for washing hands, I've always been obsessed with hygiene. Homer is really dirty;)
     
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    I hope your mother is getting better! I am sure Homer misses ver, but it's great you have the time to take care of him. I am sure that is super important for him now that your mom can't be with him.
     
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    He doesn't seem to be sad, but I think he misses her. She misses him too. It's such a difficult time for us! Fortunately, I have a flexible working schedule, so every day, I can spend a lot of time at home, with Homer, and in the hospital.
     
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    I am happy your schedule allows you time to spend with the "people" that matter and I have included Homer in that statement. Some people don't like it but I see them as family and know full well they are not human. Homer is lovely. I always thought he was much bigger. My Zola would love him.
     
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    I consider Homer my friend and my family:) We often joke that he's my little brother, haha.
    I think he'd love Zola too, although he prefers humans to dogs. I've never seen him playing with a dog. I guess he believes he's a human:p
     
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