Originally Posted by Steve Outlaw
It is. Lee Child has long been one of my favorite authors. After our last Doberman, Storm, died of dilated cardiomyopathy, we wanted another. We bought this Doberman in Aiken, SC. After struggling with a name for several weeks, we settled on Reacher. He is 18 weeks old and is weighing
in at 43 pounds already. That's a big puppy. He still thinks he's a lap dog.
Cool! I named one of my dogs Newt, from the Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Lonesome Dove. We found Newt after hurricane Andrew when we were living in Miami. Just as in the book, where nobody claimed the boy Newt, our Newt went unclaimed until he found us. He was a great dog and became my constant companion until his death 6 years later.
I found my current dog living in a cave at the base of a sacred indian mountain in the desert of New Mexico. She was about 5 months old and just walked up to me while I was photographing the mountain. She was fat and well fed. I spotted one of her parents hunting in some tall grass nearby, but it was wild like a coyote. Luna has proved to be a great dog and companion as well.
Did you ever hear what the actual dry weight
of the 17 Oliver