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Posted on: 9:39:05 PM 12/28/2006

LOL - I bet that moment was amazing. Louie does the same thing, he tosses his toy in the air when he's really happy.

I saw something like what you described on pet competition show on animal planet. I forget the name of the show, ...

Posted on: 9:34:16 PM 12/28/2006

He's a mix of pointer and american bulldog.

Posted on: 8:44:53 PM 12/28/2006

This weekend I am driving down to Griffin to meet a potential new little sister for Louie. I've been emailing with her foster mom and all sounds good. I found "patches" on petfinder - she came up on the very first page of my search - and it w...

Posted on: 8:38:43 PM 12/28/2006

LOL @ playgirl. That's hilarious.

All those other tricks sound great, but HOW would you teach a dog to do that?

I'm also trying to develop some of the

Posted on: 8:34:17 PM 12/28/2006

Hailey - I love those names you picked out!

After seeing the picture of the dog, the name that immediately popped into my head was Roxy. I don't know why, but she looks like a Roxy to me.

Posted on: 10:58:19 PM 12/27/2006

I would listen to your vet, he/she will be able to tell you for sure if you're dog is overweight or underweight and how much to feed. Switching to a premium dog food is always a good choice. I don't think the regular stuff is all that good. <...

Posted on: 10:49:43 PM 12/27/2006

hmm....honey for a golden brownish dog - maybe you can stick to the same theme and go with:


Posted on: 8:32:54 PM 12/27/2006

I'm running out of ideas and Louie is getting bored. I don't even have to tell him anymore - soon as he sees me reaching for the biscuits he sits, raises left paw, then right, lays down and barks. It's pretty funny actually, but I know that h...

Posted on: 7:55:42 PM 12/26/2006

I kinda hope that schoolbus gal is just being misunderstood, because the whole sticking a dog's head in water for digging a hole is just plain cruel. I sincerely hope you don't really do that.

But I understand where the mentality t...

Posted on: 10:48:35 AM 12/26/2006

"i can understand it. remember. this was the same person that said when a dog digs a hole, fill it with water and hold his head under the water until he quits stuggling. so yeah i can understand her lack of concern for the injured animal."

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