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Ego's Birthday

We celebrated Ego's birthday. After all getting to 17 is pretty darn good for a dog! Cockapoos usually live to 13 or 14, but Ego is hanging in there. His vision isn't what it used to be, so we keep a close eye on him near the pool, but he runs, eat, poops, and takes lots of naps. He is wonderful company and is always ready to snuggle down for a good cuddle session. Here are a few holiday photos. He had a very short new haircut on Christmas Eve, so he looks a lot like a baby goat without all the hair, but he sees better without the hair in his eyes.

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This one lights up when I move!

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It is really stupid, but it keeps me warm!

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This is where you will often find me!

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Comments (6)

Denise Curtis:

Happy 17th Birthday, Ego! That's quite impressive! I suppose you are totally spoiled by your humans! Aren't most dogs?

Love your outfits, quite stylish! You are so lucky!

Denise

Mindy:

He is just the sweetest. Please give him an extra hug from me, Hank and Tate.

Happy New Year to all of you!!

Mindy

Barb Cabot:

Happy Birthday to the sweetest dog on earth!

Ida:

Oh he still is so cute!! Poor old guy. Unbelievable how many years he has outlived Id. You are lucky.

He looks so sweet!

nancyhol:

Such a sweet puppy! He looks adorable in his Christmas garb.

My sister just got a cockapoo puppy, maybe about the same color as Ego. I haven't met her yet, so I am not sure.

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