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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 8:01 pm 
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If it looks a little big, it's because it's for a Great Dane. It's 22" tall, and the top is 14" by 26"

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I love that it's standing on its tippy toes, Larry!!! Nice looking legs, Larry :D :D You make all of your projects look like a million bucks :wink:

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Nice work Buddy!!!

I like it a lot. Trimming the bottom of the legs gives it some lightness.

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It's going to be a shame to get doggie slobber all over that-- but it looks great!

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Very nice, Larry!!! Once again you show us the quality of your craftsmanship. Did you run out of "Larry Green" paint??


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Nice work, Larry.

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Looks great.... and if the great dane ever gets something stuck in its teeth it can use the 4 legs for tooth picks! :D :-D

We used to have on in my parents house that was shaped like a dog bone with stainless dishes in it.


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22" high :shock: . Why doesn't this dog just use the dining room table?


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Looking good my friend.
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That would be perfect for my two grandaughters. :D

Nice job Larry.

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That's going to be one happy pooch. Nice work!!!

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That's a fine looking dinning table Larry. Love the finish. 8)

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