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  1. #21
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    So glad that megan has come on so well! i would love to see her get a really nice home!
    Mom to freddie 1 yr old (blen), baxter 1 yr old (ruby) and molly 3yr old (tri)

  2. #22
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    Default Grass, grass, grass and more grass!

    Over 2.5 acres of grass and horse poop - doggie delights! Walkies today in Summerhill.

    We brought Megan and our 2 out to the site today. At first Megan was afraid but then she realised this was fun, she started to wag her tail, sniff the ground and grass and before long she was enjoying herself!





    Last edited by TKC; 27th May 2007 at 01:38 AM.
    Tara Choules (MAPDT 00852, CAP 1&2, HNC CBT)
    Zak, Beau and Boomer (Cavaliers dressed as Sausage dogs and Schnauzers)
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    Great to know she is coming along. How is she now with strangers.

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    She is so beautiful she looks like she had a great day I love her green puppia. Has she found a home yet ?

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    She is very warey of strangers but as long as you leave her alone and let her come to you she is fine. Right now she is fighting to get on my lap or head anything at all.

    We have just had 5 visitors and I have 2 Cavalier boarders, my own 2 and 1 chesky terrier was visiting. She coped extremely well.
    Tara Choules (MAPDT 00852, CAP 1&2, HNC CBT)
    Zak, Beau and Boomer (Cavaliers dressed as Sausage dogs and Schnauzers)
    www.DogTrainingIreland.ie
    Online Store www.dogtrainingireland.ie/shop

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