Gabby reminds me so much of my american cocker spaniel Gucci. Gucci creme and buff. He is 13 weeks old and very active. He hasn't been outside, except to go to the doctor, but I can't wait until he gets his last set of shots so that I can take him to the park and capture all those elegant moves he possess. We were afraid that he would get ill if we took him to a public place because he is so young. I have a strong feeling that Gucci will grow up to look just like your precious Gabby.
sushree from India signed the guestbook on July 31. 2002, 07:26.
Hi,Gabby! I'm a 8 years old american cocker spaniel, like you. My name's Charlie. I love your site and all of your pictures. My mom is going to add your banner to my site. Best regards to you and your human parents
Mary Ann Villanueva Morehouse from USA wrote on July 13. 2002, 04:46:
I loved Gabby's homepage! I really liked the stories included next to his pictures. As a I am a teacher of English as a second language, I think I might use some extracts for one of my lessons. I have a cocker too. His name is Toffee Ollanta, his middle name comes from a Quechua word (a native language from Peru) which means 'very brave'. Perhaps Toffee Ollanta can make friends with
All the best,
Gabby from Canada wrote on July 11. 2002, 21:37:
My Name is Gabby too. I'm an 8 year old Manchester Terrier from Hamilton, Ontario.I used to be a champion show dog but have since retired and I now work at our marketing company where I'm in charge of dogmatic affairs.I like your website. Got to go now, our evil cat is up to something.
osama bin larden from USA wrote on July 11. 2002, 19:29:
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Reply: Osama, how did you end up in New South
Wales, Australia using a government computer?
Hello there,Thanks for taking the effort and making this available on the web for us. It's a great help to some of us who are learning how to set up websites.
Yurmom Thellama from USA wrote on June 20. 2002, 17:19:
Hello! What breed of spaniel is Gabby? I too own a spaniel, and we aren't sure if he is a purebred American Cocker, he looks EXACTLY like Gabby.. I was shocked when I saw Gabby's pictures, I thought *Whoa, isn't that Max??* I just thought that they would both be the same breed, Max has the same color hair, and the same shaped snout and everything!
Hi Gabby and Manuel,Love the look of your site, too!Thanks for stopping by to visit, as we sure appreciate the company. Haven't been around the MSN community as I didn't feel as if I had anything to contribute. No one seemed to want to respond or reply to me. Oh well,. Take care and lots of luck in all you do.Anne & The BadassPS: would you care to add your banner (300 x 100) to our quilt? http://www.badassjasck.homestead.com/friends.htmland I will link it back to your site.
Stephen Barton from Canada wrote on June 5. 2002, 11:43:
My wife and I are looking for a Cocker Spaniel. While searching the web I came accross your site and it is so cute that I thought I would sign your guest book.
Anne & The Badass from Canada wrote on June 4. 2002, 13:31:
Un Saludo a Gabby de otro Cocker llamado Cocky de España.How ara you Gabby. I'm cocker spaniel, my name is Cocky. Your page is vert beautiful. You can see my page in www.cocky.galeon.com. Send me you foto and I will insert it in my web.
Soy Cocky, tengo 7 años soy un cocker Spaniel Ingles y también tengo fotos en mi pagina. Visitala y siquieres puedo añadirte al club de mis amigos. Enviame una foto a la dirección de E-mail email@example.com, y podrás ver tu foto publicada en mi Web.
I was stationed in Aschaffenburg West Germany, on Fiori Kaserne. My unit was B-Btry 1st Bn. 80th FA. I was slso stationed at C-Btry 1st Bn. 12th FA at Fort Sill. Ive been trying for two years to see if anybody from Sill or A-burg is still alive, in prison, or otherwise doing well. I am in contact with Cecil watts and Dean Lucas and have been in contact with these guys since 1985.If any of the brothers are around somewhere in this world.CONTACT ME IF YOU ARE ABLE. 100 proof still lives!!!!! Thanks manuel for a most excellent webpage, i like cocker spaniels too.
James M. Graham from USA wrote on March 27. 2002, 20:57:
Hey! I was stationed at Fliegerhorst from June '68 to Jan '70. I was in HQ Btry, 1/32nd FA while it still had Honest John. I recall talk of the transition to Lance, but I left before it happened. Other units I remember that were there at the time: 18th Aviation (Mohawk), 42nd Transportation, 2/75 Arty (8 Inch). There was a Hawk antiaircraft battery, but I don't recall the unit. Fliegerhorst fascinated me; I understand that it was a former Luftwaffe "resort" of sorts. I've been wondering if the post was still in operation. Enjoyed your site!
Jim Graham Prescott, AR
Megan Orem from USA wrote on March 14. 2002, 09:56:
Hey I have a buff Cocker Spaniel too named Daisy she looks just like Gabby!
juan sebastian carrillo from Colombia signed the guestbook on March 10. 2002, 17:30.
caity from Canada wrote on March 8. 2002, 21:41:
HI!!!!! my name is caity and i love cocker spaniel soooooo much my room is covered with pictures of them i just wanted to say thankyou for sharing your pictures of gabby with me!!! shes adorable and i have printed some 0f her pictures and you can guess there going on my door!!!
thank you caity
Tammy Worthington from USA wrote on March 2. 2002, 18:24:
Gabby is adorable. We have a cocker spaniel named Peanut. We just celebrated his 16th birthday in January with a party. So many of Gabby's pictures reminded me of Peanut, and made me laugh. We just lost our sweet baby Kate (Feb 8), a 15 yr. old Bichon, and Peanut's buddy, so this is a very sad home. But, Gabby, you made us smile today. May you have a long and healthy life!!
Tammy W.New Mexico
Crystal McGrath from USA wrote on March 1. 2002, 15:39:
Dear Gabby, I enjoyed your pictures and reading about you!I grew up with a cat (Patsy) and a cocker like you (Detyo); this was in Amsterdam (The Netherlands).Wishing you a long and healthy life and just leave the squirrels alone!
Your friend Dorith
John Petley from United Kingdom wrote on February 12. 2002, 07:31:
Me ha encantado tu pagina, la he encontrado, porque estoy volviendome loco tratando de encontrar un cocker canadiense por algun sitio del Web. Te dejo mi e-mail, para que si puedes me ayudes. Muchas gracias de antemano. Si no puedes don´t worry.
Kristin Waugh from Canada wrote on January 27. 2002, 08:21:
I loves Gabby's website!!! He is such a cutie, I was surfing through Maggie's "Meet More Cockers" section of her website and decided to take another look at Gabby's, I love his new pics!! I love the Christmas pics! he's such a handsome boy :)Keep up the good work!
Sofi and Maggie (the cocker spaniel)
Heather from USA wrote on December 31. 2001, 11:34:
I have two cockers Beau and Buffie. Buffie is 14 years old, but you would never know it. She is still a little "hell on wheels". Beau is 8 years old and has glacoma and is totally blind now. You would never know it though. He gets along quite well - just don't move furniture. I wish everyday that he could see though.
Instant Fan from Malaysia wrote on December 26. 2001, 07:59:
Hi. Molly and I are from Johnston, RI. Molly is a soon to be 10 year old buff American Cocker and I am merely her human. We also had a male buff cocker named Murphy but he died on August 4th. Molly and I miss our boy so much. When we looked at Gabby's beautiful pictures we could not help but notice how much he and Murphy look alike.....like twins. Murphy was approaching his 13th birthday when he left us. He had been diagnosed with liver cancer only 5 days before his death. He also had an enlarged heart. In spite of this, he didn't show any symptoms until 5 days before he died. He went straight to the vet when I noticed his difficulty breathing. He was given medication but it didn't help. He died quietly and peacefully at my feet on a warm summer evening. He was cremated and we have his ashes at home. He will be buried with me when I go. Molly too. Molly is such a sweet girl. She is a joy and is a source of comfort to me. She loves to go for a walk and hates to ride in the car. She has been with me since she was 7 weeks old. Although she is with me most of the day, her favorite time is when we go to bed. She loves to get up and snuggle. She stretches out on "her" side of the bed while I watch Jay Leno. She prefers Animal Planet. She also likes the Pillsbury Doughboy, especially when he talks about cookies. We have a webpage although it a short one. Nothing like what you have. There is a picture of my babies there. Molly is the lighter one with the bow in her hair. She always wears a bow. Hopefully, some day I will get it together and expand the page. Right now, Molly and I are considering getting her a little brother.....a buff cocker of course.
Paula and Molly
Susan Thomsen from USA wrote on November 2. 2001, 12:10:
This web site is great. I needed to refresh on basic calculations and this did it for me. Thank-you so much for putting this information online. I really appreciate it. I have been a stay at home Mom now for 3 years and I am starting back to my Specialty of LDRPs and needed this information for a basic med/surg. med test.
Bill Mesham from United Kingdom wrote on October 14. 2001, 04:34:
Greetings Gabby! I am a 4 month old female cocker spaniel and I look just like you. My owners think you are beautiful, thank your Mom for doing a great job on your website. Maybe one day I will have one of my own!
Thomas Johnson from USA wrote on October 4. 2001, 09:43:
I worked at LTV Aerospace from 1969 to 1978. I was lead man in the resistance weld dept. where all the spot and seam welding was done for parts in the piston, and the spot welding of the engine cover (boatail) on the Lance. Your pictures bring back a lot of memories. I lived in Michigan until 1978, and now live in Cookeville, Tennessee.
izidio pimenta de morais from Brazil wrote on August 29. 2001, 13:37:
I just got a new buff colored cocker spaniel in June, her name is Shelby, she is 4 months old and a cutie. She looks so much like you dog Gabby. Your web page is great I just bookmarked it. We are from the same area you are.
MariaVillanova from Canada wrote on August 22. 2001, 20:55:
Keep up the good work; i am a RPN and in my final year of my RN. Almost quit because on an abusive facilitator but your web site, and meeting some one like you, who, has given his time to help others has kept me going.
Dear Gabby,you are as lucky as to have received the most unconditional love you ever got. We just lost fuj tastes like fudge but we thought it would be easier for him to spell it fuj.Fuj left us after 11 love filled years and hs left us quite empty. But we loved him and he had a happy life just like gabby did.always to be your good angel
Leslie Coleman from USA wrote on August 16. 2001, 07:19:
Hello!I am seriously interested in becoming a licensed pratical nurse in my home state of New York. I happened upon your website through The Student Nurse Forum. I found all of the resources very helpful and encouraging since I am changing careers at the age of 44. I originally studied to be a medical assistant but decided that if I could do that, I could go all the way and be a practical nurse and eventually R.N.Keep up the good work! Your website has certainly encouraged me to keep stepping forward toward my goals.
I have a buff male cocker spaniel too! His name is Nico and my husband and I got a good laugh out of Gabby's cute pictures and how much Nico and Gabby look alike! Nico lives in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and loves to chase squirrels too, however he cannot climb trees likeGabby can.
D. McAuley from USA wrote on August 3. 2001, 19:39: