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Posted on: 3:36:09 PM 7/19/2006

Na Scout, I always had faith in you! I knew you would go eventually and actually you went sooner then I thought but I am so proud of you!!!!!!! Remember, those people skill classes we had? I think you may need a refreasher course! I will pencil ...

Posted on: 9:55:58 PM 7/6/2006

That link is saved under my favorites cause it is just too cute! i am glad it made you smile :)

Posted on: 12:51:57 PM 7/6/2006


Posted on: 9:18:22 AM 7/6/2006

haha Gina! Very funny. Yes, I will admit that Aisha has eaten the stairs but she stopped once I told her to lol. Then Athena came and sort of finished the job to just perfection.

But, at the same time they have outgrown that stage ...

Posted on: 4:19:49 PM 7/5/2006

I was just going to say that (about them actually being a herding dog)

German shephards require a lot of training not because they are slow but because they really need to stay motivated or they will eat your house lol.

They l...

Posted on: 4:13:14 PM 7/5/2006

Troppers are you referring to Dusty082155???? Cause if you are and if you look under her/his name it shows that dusty is a senior memeber that joined last year and has 3525 posts and could not be either.

But if it was a joke then i...

Posted on: 4:08:55 PM 7/5/2006

Aisha is Aishibaby
Athena is: La piccola athena (little athena) or just Piccola
Im watching my friends dog Diesel and I catch myself calling him
Diesel Weasel ???

Posted on: 4:04:03 PM 7/5/2006

I guess it's really to late now to be asking specifics about people who are going to be taking them home seeing as half are already gone.

I know that some breeders have contracts which is probably a good place to start.

Such a...

Posted on: 3:57:29 PM 7/5/2006

Too funny, when I first came to this forum I couldn't find the edit box hehehe.

Posted on: 12:49:58 PM 7/5/2006

Either get the dogs professionally groomed and specifically tell them you want them to lose all the undercoat or winter coat. Or, you can do this yourself if you have an afternoon free. It takes time.

I recommend that you brush out as ...

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