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Old 03-20-2012, 03:32 PM
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Now THAT looks like a good day for everyone involved!! Happy birthday to the March babies!!!!!

Yucky about the ticks, though....
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Old 03-20-2012, 03:35 PM
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That looks like good times

Happy Birthday to all the March babies...
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Old 03-20-2012, 05:49 PM
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What a fun day out lovely pics. Jagger really doesn't look his age!
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Old 03-20-2012, 06:44 PM
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I can not believe Savvy is a year old!!! How did that happen?!?!

Loved the pictures, especially Savvy on your back! Looks like an amazing day
I knoooow!!! Where is my little PyrShep puppy? It was a great time, wish we could do long outings like that more often


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What a fun day out lovely pics. Jagger really doesn't look his age!
He doesn't act his age either! He's still just as crazy as ever and I think he yells even more now. He has no trouble keeping up with the two young dogs (Ziggy is almost 9!)
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Old 03-20-2012, 06:53 PM
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eww ticks, somthing I am NOT looking forward to once I move to BC.. Just ewww.

But all the pictures you got are awesome and it looks like all the dogs had a blast, and what a beautiful place to go hiking and adventuring... but eww the ticks!!
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Old 03-20-2012, 10:40 PM
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The ticks are TERRIBLE here this year!! I hate them!

Your crew is so neat looking... but all that coat... I could never! LOL
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Old 03-21-2012, 09:37 AM
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The ticks are TERRIBLE here this year!! I hate them!

Your crew is so neat looking... but all that coat... I could never! LOL
LOL The Belgians are surprisingly wash and wear for such hairy dogs. I mean yeah there's more work than a smooth haired dog but they dry very quickly and don't require much brushing and almost anything that sticks in their coat comes right out. Savvy's hair is very thin and doesn't tend to mat much, so far anyway. He does get burrs but they brush out pretty easily. Mud falls off of all of them pretty well once they dry unless it's really thick. After this adventure, I picked a couple twigs out of the Belgian's leg hair and that was it. Savvy needed a bath because he rolled in what I believe was fox poop (and I swear I'm still catching whiffs of it!). I rinsed the Belgians legs off but they were already clean. Ziggy needed a full bath. He actually stays wet much longer than the hairy dogs and tends to get and stay dirtier, I think because he has a soft coat and the others have a correct, harsher coat. The tick removal did require a lot of work though LOL

I think ticks will be very bad here this year, we had an extremely mild winter. We actually don't usually see ticks so early.
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Ziggy needed a full bath. He actually stays wet much longer than the hairy dogs and tends to get and stay dirtier, I think because he has a soft coat and the others have a correct, harsher coat.
Wow, really? Bad Ziggy! LOL Keeva's coat is super duper dirt repellant/wash and wear. She didn't even need a bath after this:


IMG_2047 by Traveling Koolie, on Flickr

But I do know that Cardis coats often change when they're altered. They're such down and dirty little dogs I'd hate to have one with a soft coat!!!

I haven't seen any ticks here yet but I know they're coming... It's so warm here already. Ugh.
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Wow, really? Bad Ziggy! LOL Keeva's coat is super duper dirt repellant/wash and wear. She didn't even need a bath after this:

But I do know that Cardis coats often change when they're altered. They're such down and dirty little dogs I'd hate to have one with a soft coat!!!

I haven't seen any ticks here yet but I know they're coming... It's so warm here already. Ugh.
LOL very impressive Keeva!!!

Yeah I think he has a neuter coat. He was done at 6 months old at the shelter :/ Luckily he doesn't have as super thick of a coat as a lot of Cardis I see, so it's not too bad to just give him a bath when needed. Where we usually walk, we let the dogs in the creek right before leashing them up and that works just as well as a bath for me LOL
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I love wet Savvy! Aura has a March birthday too, coming up this weekend she will be one year old.
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