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Old 03-18-2013, 10:31 PM
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Posidog (http://www.posidog.org/) - they are where I go for +R schutzhund and competition obedience seminars. Chad has a small +R mondio ring club there as well iirc.

I'm going to be out there in a few weeks for Shade Whitsel and in June for Mario Versylpe.
Oh my goodness. That looks awesome!! I will definitely have to check it out. Pfizer has a plant in Columbus, and the school I am looking at is in Wilmington, so we would probably try and find a place about a half hour from each, hopefully putting us in somewhat of the boondocks. However, a half hour or so to the training place isn't bad AT ALL. It may get me in trouble with all the money I could spend. Hehe.

Ohio, you may be the best idea I ever had. (Psst, Danielleeeee, awesome dog stuff!)
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:11 AM
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Buzz is clean, the cat is trimmed and combed out, I am about to make flash cards so I can study on my lunch break at work today. ADULT! Although, I did forget to do the cat's oral care stuff today. Chewing on chicken hearts counts, right?
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Ohio, you may be the best idea I ever had. (Psst, Danielleeeee, awesome dog stuff!)
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But I JUST started training and trialing HERE! :PP
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But I JUST started training and trialing HERE! :PP
It would only be about a day trip.. so we could still visit often!
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Old 03-19-2013, 10:13 AM
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I never got why people where trying to get out of ohio?! I love it. (Not Columbus though, to many people and not enough open space! We drive down at least twice a year for horse stuff though. Congress and equine affaire).

Southern ohio is beautiful for hiking.
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I never got why people where trying to get out of ohio?! I love it. (Not Columbus though, to many people and not enough open space! We drive down at least twice a year for horse stuff though. Congress and equine affaire).

Southern ohio is beautiful for hiking.
When I picked up my horse several years ago, I loved it! We could not be city folks AT ALL. We would definitely rather pay more in gas to drive there for work or whatever and live in the country. Plus, Kentucky isn't too far, and neither are the Appalachians.
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Yea, even *I* am ready for winter to be over. At first I was excited by the snow, but with a windchill of -10 this morning I'm doubting whether we'll be able to sneak out for a skijor. Waiting to see if it's going to warm up enough to go, otherwise we're stuck inside until it's time to go to work.
Ok, well. I had given up and was heading out for a yoga class when I realized it actually didn't feel that cold out, so Squash and I did get a nice long run in. Blessed, blessed bliss of an exercised dog.
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The training company I work for goes to a large dog event around here in May every year. This year we have been asked to perform a demo; this will be the largest crowd we've "worked" for, yet. We are thinking OB or Rally and Nosework... so my two will get to show off a little. We love agility demos, this ought to be a lot of fun, too... ESPECIALLY since we're planning on trialing in Rally before then anyway and I'm working really hard on Recon's OB now.
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One of my favorite things to tell Frodo is "Shut your wh*re mouth!" and one of my coworkers thinks it is hilarious. Yesterday we were talking about a food and how it is made differently here then back in Pennsylvania.

I said she was wrong and she turned to me and said "Shut your Pennsylvania born wh*ore mouth." and it made me laugh hysterically.

The end.
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