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Posted on: 12:11:36 PM 2/28/2007

I'm in Tennesee, come on up! I told ya I tried to send ya Oliver, but he chewed through the box before fed ex could pick him up lol. I tried to just stick a stamp on him and cram him in the mailbox, but the mail lady told me he HAD to be in a box. So...

Posted on: 8:49:17 AM 2/28/2007

Thank you Ruffian, I worked really hard to get her back in good shape. She definatly looks like a beautiful Dobergirl now. She sure is a spolied rotten girl lol, I had to spend so much time pumping her up I really got attached to her, so she is defin...

Posted on: 6:49:08 PM 2/27/2007

Thank you lol. Yeah I kind of planned the picture with Oliver, I walked away from him then started calling him with a baby voice....he came running full speed with those ears just a bouncing lol.

Posted on: 3:12:10 PM 2/27/2007


Posted on: 1:55:06 PM 2/26/2007

Two nights ago we had some pretty bad rain, since Chevy showed no intrest in comeing in, I decided to just let him stay out. Around midnight I could hear him scratching at the door, so I got out of bed to go down stairs to let him in.....I didn't eve...

Posted on: 1:28:48 PM 2/26/2007

lol, then maybe it was someone else who said they steam cleaned. I have two dogs who will not go in the house unless they can get upstairs to the carpets. Some dogs are weird.

Posted on: 9:14:53 AM 2/26/2007

I noticed in your other post that you said you use a steam cleaner? Suprisingly enough that is the worst thing you could use to clean urine out of carpets.....just as heat will set a stain in clothes, the heated water from a steam cleaner causes the ...

Posted on: 9:58:03 AM 2/25/2007

What some of my potential adopters don't realize is that I have a life outside of rescuing....I too have children, a house to clean, and a VERY hungry husband when he gets home from work lol. Sometimes they assume that it's easy peaches to take care ...

Posted on: 11:15:31 AM 2/24/2007

I wanted to start a new thread in order to get my point across, instead of getting lost in a 3 page thread.

Just recently our organization has started listing on Petfinder, it seemed like a WONDERFUL way to get our rescues adopted faster a...

Posted on: 8:18:27 AM 2/19/2007

aleczandra, I couldn't agree with you less lol. I have a rescued Doberman (I'm sure you've read posts about her) but she is far from jittery, and she focuses very well when it comes to training and me. Don't get me wrong, ahe was a hard case to train...

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