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Old 08-07-2013, 09:24 AM
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Oh my, cutest mini ACD EVER. (Except for...all the other ones. Lol.) She is so adorable! I love it when rescuers unite. You guys are awesome.
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Old 08-07-2013, 03:27 PM
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She would look awfully cute with Crossbone...

Just sayin...
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Old 08-07-2013, 04:22 PM
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She would look awfully cute with Crossbone...

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<enabler-mode>Yeah. Yeah she kind of would.</enabler-mode>

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Old 08-07-2013, 10:15 PM
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This dog is an amazing find!

Today's update: she knows to sit for treats, she doesn't jump up or mouth, likes to give kisses, seems crate and housetrained, and walks decently on leash!

WOW! Not bad for a stray from rural NC, eh?!
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Old 08-08-2013, 08:46 AM
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Not bad at all! <3
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Old 08-08-2013, 02:05 PM
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She'd look awesome with Crossbone...get her.
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:33 PM
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Is it wrong that I want K9krayzee to have a whole herd of tiny acd mixes because it would be adorable?
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Old 08-08-2013, 05:26 PM
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Is it wrong that I want K9krayzee to have a whole herd of tiny acd mixes because it would be adorable?
Is it wrong that *I* want a whole herd of tiny ACDs

Funny enough, Crossbone has totally ruined (in a good way) DH and HE'S talking about a whole herd of herders. Never thought I'd see that day! I told him that it's not a decision we can make lightly, because if we got Seal puppy we wouldn't be able to get the puppy we were hoping for in a couple years, and he just said, "why?". (he was the one who came up with the 1 dog rule, then the 2 dog rule. Now it's just -- as long as the house doesn't smell like dog and we can still travel rule) He's even talking about us moving in the next year to a bigger house and bigger (flat, agility) yard situation.
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Old 08-08-2013, 06:22 PM
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Is it wrong that *I* want a whole herd of tiny ACDs

Funny enough, Crossbone has totally ruined (in a good way) DH and HE'S talking about a whole herd of herders. Never thought I'd see that day! I told him that it's not a decision we can make lightly, because if we got Seal puppy we wouldn't be able to get the puppy we were hoping for in a couple years, and he just said, "why?". (he was the one who came up with the 1 dog rule, then the 2 dog rule. Now it's just -- as long as the house doesn't smell like dog and we can still travel rule) He's even talking about us moving in the next year to a bigger house and bigger (flat, agility) yard situation.
So pretty much, you have the worst husband ever.
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Ok Nightly update lol

Seal had an excellent day. She continues to be a perfect angel in her crate. We did discover she has a bit of a water bucket obsession, and will drop toys and her blanket *given the opportunity* in the bucket. She loves chasing icecubes on the hardwood floor, and Tomatoes *little cherry ones* are great fun until you bite into them and then they make her sneeze, she still eats them tho.

She had a fair bit of yard play time today, and loose time in the house. She goes out easily with little prompting, potty's and comes right back to the door. No accidents so far at all.

She appears to know the difference between clothes and dog toys *YAY* and while she will pick up socks and whatnot, she will readily drop them and change over to a toy when prompted. Antler Chews and Fleece Tugs seem to be big hits.

I do have to say I am a bit sad that the shelter couldn't take the time to give her a flea bath prior to her spay Tusday. They didn't take her into surgery until noon, so I know there was time. She is in desperate need of a bath in general *can't do it for another week* And we are still battling fleas. I had hoped that whatever they put on her after her spay would work, but it's not even touching the problem

Due to the fleas, she is obsessively chewing on her back end. She's got a couple open hot spots that I'm treating, and she continues to pluck at her hair so it's very thin over her back and rear end. Good news is she seems to forget about it if you distract her with lots of chews and toys.
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