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Old 05-06-2009, 08:05 PM
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Renee, what an amazing job you have done with her, she looks amazing!
Awww . . . I had good stuff to work with. Throwing the EVO to her didn't hurt either. Her guts are kind of twitchy from the close call she had with parvo and the EVO has really made a big difference for her. The biggest thing, though, is not being in a kennel. The techs at the vet's said she wouldn't eat. I could hardly believe that. She eats ANYTHING that doesn't eat her first, lol!
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Old 05-06-2009, 08:20 PM
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Wow, what amazing differences!

No pics here. Molly was from a shelter but her previous owners had taken good care of her, so she was fine when we got her.
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Old 05-06-2009, 08:58 PM
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Amazing pics! Triumph has always been such an amazing story. And Renee, Tallulah is just gorgeous! We dont' see enough of her.
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Old 05-06-2009, 09:36 PM
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Ronin isn't "officially" a rescue - he did come from my breeder. However, she'd seized him back from a very bad home - he was in worse shape (mostly emotionally) than a lot of shelter dogs.

The day I brought him home - he just clung to me, wanted to crawl into my lap. He weighted about 65lbs, he had scars all over, and his emotional state was... well, it wasn't good. He had been kenneled 24/7, muzzled 24/7, beaten by his professional handler and sent to "doggie bootcamp" at 10 months of age. He was a broken dog, and I was told that I'd be lucky if I could do anything with him, show or performance wise.


Flash forward three years... AKC pointed (going over specials), CGC, TDI, and in training for his CD. Pretty good for a broken dog who wasn't supposed to amount to anything.

It took him two years for him to put his ears up consistently - he wouldn't put them up at all when I first got him. Now they're up all the time!
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What wonderful, heartwarming photos. Thank you for sharing them.
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Old 05-06-2009, 10:19 PM
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Before:




After:

That winter. . . finally relaxing with me


Last summer, a year after his gotcha day


This winter


This spring, in Shenandoah with me
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Good ole Middie... that first photo of him on a chain always makes me sad... but WOWZA to this one:


Holy Jesus, look at those eyes!
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Old 05-06-2009, 10:52 PM
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Beautiful boy Nolu, just look at that face!

(That last pic, I want to grab you and scream, "Don't fall off the cliff!!" LOL!)
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Old 05-06-2009, 11:14 PM
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Good ole Middie... that first photo of him on a chain always makes me sad... but WOWZA to this one:


Holy Jesus, look at those eyes!
Thanks, Sizzle. He's such a handsome dog, and the series that picture belongs to is one of the few that really show how gorgeous he is.

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Beautiful boy Nolu, just look at that face!

(That last pic, I want to grab you and scream, "Don't fall off the cliff!!" LOL!)
Yep, he is. I never got to see what a handsome dog he is until I'd had him for a while. In the last picture, we almost did fall off. And by 'we fell off' I actually mean 'Middie dragged me off.' Ryan was off taking pictures of his car 100 feet away, and I had the brilliant idea to hop on that rock and look at the valley below without any backup. Yeahh. . . it was not the best idea. He actually went most of the way off the rock and dragged me perilously close to the edge. I jerked him back on it, though, and kept a better hold on him after that.
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Old 05-06-2009, 11:18 PM
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Chloe's first day home


Chloe Now... Not really much to go by but in her eyes you can tell she's happy
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