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    We took Daisy for a drive so she could see real snow! It was literally a 15 minute drive inland and we let her loose in the woods.She trailed a deer, but I got so nervous as she blended so well into the foliage I thought we'd lose her.
    There was no problem with gathering snow on her coat as she hasn't very much


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    Where's the dog?

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    That's a really cool pic!!
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    Beautiful picture and dog....wowow

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    Daisy is well camouflaged, I can see how you could loose her there.
    I have lost Rosie for two hours in a wood before. I thought I never see her again. When her nose hits the floor she is of like a right little sniffer dog.
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    When her nose hits the floor she is of like a right little sniffer dog.
    That's exactly it! It's fine when they're a few feet away but imagine a tiny blenheim in that snow and foliage 30 yards away! Thankfully she came back every time she was called,but she was determined to follow that black little nose.
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    Daisy looks a complete Daisy Darling ,and a super photo
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    Poppy the Tri, Daisy the Blen, Rosie the Ruby and Lily the B & T

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    I think that pic would look great framed and hung on the wall, mind you if you did that with all the pic i love you wouldnt need wallpaper, hmmmmmm our lounge needs decorating, theres a thought. di
    What's the difference between a new husband and a new dog? After a year, the dog is still excited to see you.

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    Aaah, lovely pic, the white hair in her coat is as white as snow
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    Oh that's sweet - I know what you mean about the camouflage, we went on the beach this morning and there is quite a bit of snow there...so the sand and snow did a good job of camouflaging our Blens!!
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