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Old 09-01-2008, 11:49 AM
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It was more of a stunner to me because, honestly, I didn't know if I'd EVER see or meet another dog who could be as dog aggressive as Ella.

And I did. hahahahaha. I met an ENTIRE SHOW FULL.
But the dogs were managed by their owners. No one stressed out over their dogs being dog aggressive, it was just a normal occurrence.
This is one of the reasons I like JRT trials. No one looks at you like you are a horrid horrid person for having a DR/DA dog out in public.. cause the likely have one too
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Old 09-01-2008, 11:54 AM
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Wow, there are some real beauties there! Very crisp and clear on the photography too Becca! NICE!

Bobby is spectacular!

I don't care for Bronson's spine bones sticking out so far that they can be counted in a photo........is that normal? <-------not meant rude or to start a debate........I really don't know!
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Old 09-01-2008, 11:55 AM
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Great pics
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Old 09-01-2008, 12:20 PM
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Wow, there are some real beauties there! Very crisp and clear on the photography too Becca! NICE!

Bobby is spectacular!

I don't care for Bronson's spine bones sticking out so far that they can be counted in a photo........is that normal? <-------not meant rude or to start a debate........I really don't know!
Normal? I don't know, really. I will say that I know that dog is WELL taken care of.
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Normal? I don't know, really. I will say that I know that dog is WELL taken care of.
Oh I did NOT mean that he wasn't taken care of, or even under weight.........all those muscles would be the first to go if he didn't have food (I would think) but I was just wondering how normal that was in a healthy dog to have a spine that sticks out like a dog who is half starved
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Old 09-01-2008, 12:57 PM
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Yes, I Bobby. My dream dog!

I think Bronson looked fine. On my dog, 2 lbs under and his entire spine shows. I intentionally kept him lean after his bilateral TPLO surgery to and he looked just like that for months (well, his spine looked like that, he is nowhere near as rocked as that dog... better start with the steroids). It's such a fine line... 47 lbs and his spine sticks out, 50 lbs and he looks downright chunky!
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Old 09-01-2008, 03:26 PM
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uh, I just re-read my last reply, and I don't know if it sounds snotty or not, but I didn't intend it that way. It was more of a stunner to me because, honestly, I didn't know if I'd EVER see or meet another dog who could be as dog aggressive as Ella.
No worries, I didn't think it was
And I wasn't actually talking about the DA aspect of it, I mean do they actually know how to walk on a loose leash. Because in all the pics I see they seem to be pulling against it. Just wondering.
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Old 09-01-2008, 03:33 PM
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No, I know, but they were pulling against their leashes because they were entering a ring where there were other dogs.
Sorry. That's why I brought up the dog aggression.
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Old 09-01-2008, 10:17 PM
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Interesting pics! Looks very different than a UKC event
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already saw these on the other forum, but had to look them through again Love these dogs....and again gorgeous photos, I love the quality.
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