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Posted on: 8:15:34 PM 10/27/2008


They are both mutts - I'm not exactly sure what they are! That's my favorite "breed"!

Yes, the scenery is great - I never get tired f it!

Posted on: 3:36:26 PM 10/26/2008

They are beautiful dogs! I love Dakota's eyes.

I can't believe his previous owner was going to shoot him! Peoples' ignorance never ceases to amaze me.

Posted on: 10:45:31 AM 10/26/2008

Cinnamon is a very picky eater. She will try to hide her food bowl under the rug it sits on, and will slide her nose up and down the side of the bowl before she actually eats the food. Sometimes she also sits and guards the food if she's not hungry...

Posted on: 9:04:50 PM 10/25/2008

The girls LOVE the beach!


Posted on: 7:01:43 PM 10/25/2008

Thanks for all the responses and insight!

Thanks Pope! I'll post some new pics soon - I have a bunch on my camera but have been too lazy to download them!

Posted on: 5:52:08 PM 10/12/2008

Yea, I've thought about the hazards of getting bit myself, but I'm not sure how else to break it up. I wonder if it's more noise than anything else since I've never been bitten breaking them apart.

Posted on: 5:36:11 PM 10/12/2008

My two dogs (both spayed females - 8 and 5 yrs. old) are the best of friends and get along very well 99% of the time. Earlier today I was playing with them in the yard (along with my parents' dog) and all of a sudden they started going at it (fighti...

Posted on: 5:21:19 PM 3/25/2007


Great post. Too funny!

Posted on: 7:45:00 PM 3/7/2007

The shelter idea is a good one. She could be with, and learn about dogs. When the time is right in the future, she could adopt one from the shelter. She'd be saving both money and a dog's life. Maybe she could even try fostering one later on and...

Posted on: 3:39:21 PM 3/4/2007

I recently bought some beef bones at the grocery store actually labeled for dogs. Mine have never had real beef bones. I hear that cooking them makes them more likely to splinter in the digestive system, but raw may give worms or cause diarrhea. A...

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