by PunkyBruiser

submitted June 26th 2013

27 comments
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awwwwwwwwwwwww
4 years ago
this is not muchoworthy, but this is adorable
4 years ago
kind of like yak
4 years ago
^comment of the month.
4 years ago
if you ever speak to me again ill gut you with a claw hammer
4 years ago
One day you will come out of this funk.

dik! there's some kids on your lawn...
4 years ago
so, now Mucho is going from cute kittens to adorable puppies?...
4 years ago
In the days of old it was cute midgets and adorable deformed babies. Maybe I have been turning a blind eye to the fact that mucho has gone down the shitter :(
4 years ago
I believe it's time to get another one

* toolman961 has a story about finding a new friend, you don't have to read it, but it will warm your heart *
4 years ago
When You Bring A Dog Into Your Life

When you bring a dog into your life, you begin a journey. A journey that will bring you more love and devotion than you have ever known, yet it will also test your strength and courage. If you allow it, the journey will teach you many things, about life, about yourself, and most of all, about love. You will come away changed forever, for one soul cannot touch another without forever leaving its mark. Along the way, you will learn much about savoring life’s simple pleasure, jumping in leaves, sleeping in the sun, laying in puddles and even the simple satisfaction of a good scratch behind the ears. If you spend much time outside, you will be taught how to truly experience every element, for no rock, leaf or log will go unexamined. No rustling bush will be overlooked and even the very air will be inhaled, pondered and noted as being full of valuable information. Your pace may be slower, except when heading home to the food dish, but you will become a better naturalist, having been taught by an expert in the field. Too many times we hike on automatic pilot, our goal being to complete the trail rather than enjoying the journey. We miss the details, the colorful mushrooms on the rotting log, the honeycomb in the old tree, the Hawk feather caught on a twig. Once we walk as a dog does, we discover a whole new world. We stop, we browse the landscape, we kick over leaves, peek in tree holes, look up, down, all around. And we learn what any dog knows, that nature has created a marvelously complex world that is full of surprises, that each cycle of the seasons brings ever changing wonders, that each day has an essence all of its own. Even from indoors, you will find yourself more attuned to the world around you. You will find yourself watching summer insects collecting on a screen, how bizarre they are and how many kinds there are, or noting the flashing of fireflies in the dark. You will stop to observe the swirling dance of windblown leaves, or smell the air after a rain. It does not matter that there is no objective in this, the point is in the doing, in not letting life’s most important details slip by. You will find yourself doing silly things that your dogless friends might not understand like spending time in the pet aisle at the grocery store looking for that exact brand of food your companion must have or buying dog treats for their birthday, or just driving around the block an extra time because your dog enjoys the ride. You’ll play in the snow and wrestle with chew toys, bounce tennis balls until your eyes cross and even run around the house trailing your bathrobe tie with a puppy in hot pursuit, all in the name of love. Your house will become muddier and hairier. You will wear less dark clothing and buy more lint rollers. You may find dog biscuits in your pocket or purse, and feel the need to explain that old socks adorn your living room floor because your dog loves an impromptu game of tug of war. You will learn the true measure of love, the steadfast, undying kind that says, It doesn’t matter where we are or what we do, or how life treats us, as long as we are together. Respect this always. It is the most precious gift any living soul can give another. You will not find it often among the human race. And you will learn humility. The look in my dogs eyes often made me feel ashamed, such joy and love at my presence! She didn’t see the flawed human who could be cross and stubborn, moody or rude, but only her wonderful companion. Or maybe she saw those things and dismissed them as mere human foibles, not worth considering, and chose to love me anyway. If you pay attention and learn well, when the journey is done, you will be not just a better person, but the person your dog always knew you to be, the one they were proud to call beloved friend. I must caution you that the journey is not without pain. Like all paths of true love, the pain is part of loving. For as surely as the sun sets, one day your dear companion will follow a trail you cannot yet go down. And you will have to find the strength and love to let them go. A dog’s time on earth is far too short, especially for those of us that love them. We borrow them, really, just for awhile, and during these brief years they are generous enough to give us all their love, every inch of their spirit and heart until one day there is nothing left. The dog that only yesterday was a puppy is all too soon old and frail and sleeping in the sun. The young pup of boundless energy now wakes up stiff and lame, the muzzle gone to gray. Deep down we somehow always knew this would end. We knew that if we gave our hearts they would be broken. But give them we must, for it is all they ask in return. When the time comes, and the road curves ahead to a place we cannot see, we give one final gift and let them run on ahead, young and whole once more. “God speed, good friend,” we say, “until our journey comes full circle and our paths will cross again.”
4 years ago
Chicken soup for the mucho soul
4 years ago
Chicken Soup is the brand of dog food that I feed my beloved puppy.
4 years ago
Mine is all about the Kibbles n' Bits
4 years ago
I wouldn't feed the chipmunk that I just caught that garbage!
4 years ago
Only thing she'll eat
4 years ago
I just fed the chipmunk some of my unsalted nuts. :)
4 years ago
She might eat a chipmunk actually. She lost indoor/outdoor privileges because she wouldn't stop killing things.
4 years ago
It's the nature of the beast. Want me to ship it to you?
4 years ago
I'll pass, thanks though. We've been working pretty hard the last year at teaching her not to kill stuff :/ She even has a couple other dog friends now
4 years ago
I could spend all day with this mutt.
4 years ago
haha i remember that line
4 years ago
Looks like a wienamariner.. um.. winemarner .. weinmarnier.... ah fuck it.
4 years ago
It's a pitbull puppy :/
4 years ago
hes adorable.
4 years ago
fuck pitbulls
4 years ago
fuck you,
fucken cat fag
4 years ago
Eyes of a killer.
4 years ago
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