Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Subject: Re: Waylon @ 1 year


Hello again.  Waylon is now almost a year and a half old!  He is now around 180 and so long I cannot put my arms around him anymore.   Sunday we took him into town for a little fair they put on, and he won "most gentle" in the pet show.   He was the biggest hit, I would imagine more than 90% of the people there came by to visit him.  I have included some more pictures, including one of this adorable little girl that was literally climbing all over him.  All he did was roll over on his side.   Again, what a great dog.  He is definitely my best friend.  I might be deploying to Afghanistan next year and don't know what I'll do without him.  Maybe smuggle him on the plane?







Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2007

Subject: Re: Waylon @ 1 year



    Here are some more pictures of Waylon,  maybe you can put him on your site for all to see.  He has a new little sister, a silver lab.  That is my wife's dog and not near as easy as waylon was/is.  I think she looks like a rat but don't tell my wife!

Jim W




Sent: Sunday, May 06, 2007

Subject: Waylon


Here are some photos of Waylon.  He is really big now, as you can see in the photos. He is a great dog, very good with kids and my best bud. These pics were taken in Colorado.

Jim West

**Note from Fredericka:

Here is Waylon at one year; Owner a bit concerned he may have stopped growing. Now notice the email we got just a few weeks later!!!!! Huge doggie!!!!!


Sent: Friday, April 13, 2007

Subject: Waylon @ 1 year


Hello there.  I wanted to give you an update on Waylon at his first birthday.  He is fine, in great health and spirit.  I did get him fixed, let me know what you need so I can receive his papers.  We received orders to Victoria BC, which is a very pet friendly city.  He is now about 31 inches at the shoulder, but has seemed to have gotten stuck on his weight.  He has been hovering around 150 for a couple of months now, with no significant gains what so ever.  This guy can eat 3 to 5 lbs of food a day easy, but hasn't gotten to the weight I expected.  The vet seems to think he is at the "gangly" teenager stage, and I agree for the most part.  Any suggestions?  Otherwise he is the happiest, friendliest dog I have ever known.  A great guy.  Thanks so much for this wonderful addition to my family.

James West

Chief Petty Officer USN


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