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Amos’ Enormous diggers

Tracy A.

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When Amos was younger I noticed how big his feet were, and I thought maybe he’d grow into them. Instead his diggers are getting bigger, Steve joked that he must have Beagle in his family tree.  They are impressive in size



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Tracy, Amos, Walter, Brattwrust & Mettwurst a.k.a The Gremlins

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Excellent paws Amos! Big and strong like your ancestors needed to tear up the ground and the tree roots etc as they dug into dens 

Plus I see you are a south paw as all true diggers should be. And even the right paw wants to turn out thus making it easier to fling out dirt sand etc behind you as you go.😺



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Amos may have the diggest biggers, ever.

Oddly enough when Fergus had a foxtail surgically removed from his right rear paw, it looked quite petite, his front paw also not as grand as I thought when he had another foxtail removed from it. Both times they buzzcut his fur , exposing his secretly petite feeties.

Not that he doesn't excavate our yard compulsively to remain true to his breed!

I've never had a dog that liked to fuss over his paws like Fergus, either. 

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