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Old 06-28-2007, 05:55 AM   #15
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DF5.4 is an unknown quantity at this point
Our OES is Bentley. We got him as a rescue about 2 1/2 years ago.
Here he is "guarding" the site.
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Old 06-28-2007, 06:26 AM   #16
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OH MY! I am very sorry...

>> sorry to all you dog lovers out there, but I'm not impressed enough to get another. I guess it does have a lot to do with the breed, but what happens if I switch breeds on the next one and don't like it. I don't think I have a 30 day no questions asked return policy. I would never consider a cat because I'm allergic to them. I'm fine when around them, but if I start petting them, then there's problems. <<

Just reacting to this and offering help.

I apologize if it sounded harsh. It certainly was not intended that way.

Spaniels, just like Terriers are not for everyone. That's all.

He looks like a very sweet somebody too. Certainly poses well! I wish mine did.

Again, I apologize profusely to the poster.

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Old 06-28-2007, 10:55 AM   #17
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For the dog lovers

So do I love all dogs? Of course!

As all dog lovers know there are no bad dogs, just bad owners.

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Old 06-28-2007, 01:13 PM   #18
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Pepper's favorite thing about camping is checking out everyone elses dog on our campground walks, and checking out all the new smells in the dog walk area. He hikes REAL well on the flat lands and down hill. We have a backpack we put him in for the up hill parts when he decides to just SIT.
And with all that fur he just loves to plunk down in a stream. I need more x-pens so we can make the Kitty rig. We only have 1 right now.
Pepper the Lhasa Apso

Yes, we actually brought a trailer so he could ride the Virginia Creeper with us People were really amused along the trail.
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Old 06-28-2007, 01:49 PM   #19
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Oooo A Lhasa!

The dog we had before Myrtle the Cairn was a Lhasa.

What a sweetheart she was! Love them... something very mysterious about them being from Tibet.

They were bred for personal protection. They were carried in the Monks large sleeves of their vestments. What wonderful companions they are.

Our baby was a red/blonde named Empress Lotus Blossom Ewok.
Wokky for short.

I have tears in my eyes at the thot. Your baby is darlin! Give him a big hug and a scratch under his chin for me eh?

Dogs are great judges of character!
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Old 06-28-2007, 02:11 PM   #20
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Best fit for a new family member

Terriers are certainly not for everyone!

You must put up with their independence, spirit, and high sense of humor. The Scottish type especially... (Modern Scottish Terrier, West Highland White Terrier, Skye, and Cairn) All lay claim to their common ancestor the Aberdeen Terriers.

Here is a neat and FUNNY list of what the Scottish type Terriers are like. Mine do it all except Arrrroooo! Which is a disappointment to us. All their puppies arroooo'd! Obviously they don't because we want them to!

If you aren't laughing after reading the list, a Terrier is not for you.

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One must always research what dog is right for the family. Afterall, a dog is for their lifetime.
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Old 06-28-2007, 03:33 PM   #21
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The sunline full of canines......

My hubby (Mack-C85) and I have been camping quite a bit this summer and we always take the whole family. This includes 2 kids, my 80 year old mom along with our 21 (yes you read it right) year old Yorkie, 6 year old Boxer, 4 year old English Bulldog and 1 year old Bischon. Our joke, we have the international canine NATO.

The two biggest dogs, Lulu and Dudley, enjoy walks and hanging out whereever their owners are at. Whitey (Bischon) enjoys camping on the bed and Jack (the Crypt keeper) enjoys his bed which is fixed near our children's bunks.

We found a herbal supplement at Petsmart that seems to work well for overly anxious dogs. Didn't cost a fortune and we found it helps keep them quiet.

Good luck. If you see a tall brunette working a small pack, just say hi to me.
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Old 06-28-2007, 03:45 PM   #22
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Re: The sunline full of canines......

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Good luck. If you see a tall brunette working a small pack, just say hi to me.
LOVE it! Would you believe we saw a retired couple w/ 5 Yorkies!?

My Scotties went wild! They love other doggies. One was huge (I had to ask) one was a teacup and the rest normal sized.

Wow! Now you definitely will be recognizable. How cool is that??? I would love to have more doggies but the "rule" arrgh is 2 max. Why I want some acreage around Townsend... tis a dream... dreams can come true.

Have fun on your next campout. I can tell there never must be a dull moment.

I love doggies, tiney, small, medium, large, and giant!
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Old 06-28-2007, 03:50 PM   #23
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>>We found a herbal supplement at Petsmart that seems to work well for overly anxious dogs. Didn't cost a fortune and we found it helps keep them quiet. <<

Rescue Remedy?

or something else?

Both would help Jon's dog.

Please come back at me.
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Well, since we are all sharing photos, here's Chase



He's an overgrown baby that we got from the Humane Society two years ago. He is our furry child. He looks scary but would not hurt anybody .............chipmunks excluded!!! M&S
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Old 06-28-2007, 09:48 PM   #25
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Ok, here's a picture of my two mangy, smelly, bad breath, dogs. I wouldn't trade them for the world, especially since they are supplying the material for my new knitted winter sweater. They keep me walking all the time, they don't ever bark and pretty much like everything and every body. The Beagle is a whiner but who cares right?



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Old 06-29-2007, 05:15 AM   #26
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I just love all the campin doggies pics!

Chase is a beauty. I am very anti BSL of course. Our group sure is. Thank you so much for rescuing your baby. A noble, sweet breed. Referred to as the nanny dog since they are so sweet w/ kids.

What fine pictures everyone. We hope our babies meet your babies along the way.

Keep em comin! As we boomers age more and more doggies will be campin family members. The empty nest is more than filled with our doggies. I really love walking my two and meeting so many people''s babies. A terrific conversation starter.

This trip to Destin some campers spotted our 2 goofballs. They said they lost their Scotty at age 6 to the Iams poisonings summer of 06. What a tragedy! I was able to tell them what they could feed their Doxy. She was on Eukanuba oh my!

We do human food only now and have done so since the first recall. I hope everyone has researched this. I talked with many of the campers. Some were not aware and thanked me. They were feeding the poisonous brands.

I was too before the recall. I was taken aback as everyone was. The dry and canned I used did and still do kill dogs. They have yet to admit this... Pedigree and Nutro as in Nutro "Natural" Dry. There is a nationwide class action suit now for 70 percent of all brands including those who refuse to announce. Unfortunately the FDA has no mandatory recall powers.

Each doggy so special... take a look at those sweet Beagles eyes why don't you? Lost in them. Eyes are indeed the windows to the soul.

Ah yes, I love doggies, all doggies.

The average dog is a better person than the average person. ~ Andy Rooney
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Old 06-29-2007, 10:07 AM   #27
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Re: Calmers

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>>We found a herbal supplement at Petsmart that seems to work well for overly anxious dogs. Didn't cost a fortune and we found it helps keep them quiet. <<

Rescue Remedy?

or something else?

Both would help Jon's dog.

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Yes, I,too would love to know which one works for you, as it may work for my fraidy cat!

BB, I grew up with carins. Love those little suckers. I can still hear thier yapping in my sleep! We currently have 3 furkids. I will save thier life stories unil I get pics of the newest to post!

Now where did I put that camera?
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Yes, I,too would love to know which one works for you, as it may work for my fraidy cat!

BB, I grew up with carins. Love those little suckers. I can still hear thier yapping in my sleep! We currently have 3 furkids. I will save thier life stories unil I get pics of the newest to post!

Now where did I put that camera?
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Rescue Remedy is called that because it calms down poor rescue doggies that have been abused and are hyper and such. I haven't used it but my friends in the Rescue Community have.

Yes, please do find that camera!
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