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Cheza

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I haven't posted pics in a looong time, and these are kinda sucky but better than nothing I suppose.


One of the reasons I get no sleep at night.


Even though I'm pretty sure they don't care.


She thinks all the bed are belong to her.


This one just wants human contact all. the. time.


Favorite spot in the truck.


Morning after Lyra's second surgery. She looks kinda... hungover.


I don't get much couch time either it seems...


I wish I'd had an actual camera for this one, but it was awesome. Aussies were on Dogs 101, and she watched the WHOLE show like this without moving lol.
 

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What color would they be considered? Ive never seen one that has that much white
 

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They're both technically harlequins. The amount of white is because they're both from a harl/harl breeding, which basically works like merle/merle does in shelties/aussies/collies.
 

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They both look great! I do like the couch pic. Maybe you could put a cushion on the floor and sit there!
 

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Thanks everyone :p They still manage to be a... handful? lol

They're doing well. For now no more GI issues, allergies, or random unscheduled surgeries to remove growths haha. Cheza just turned 3 and is starting to mellow out, which is weird because she isn't really a mellow dog. Lyra is in that terrible "teenager" stage at 18 months and is generally a pain, although she makes up for it with being an amazing cuddler!

Me and the DH are doing ok, he lost his job a while back so things are a little tight but we're making it through :)
 

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Lyra is in that terrible "teenager" stage at 18 months and is generally a pain, although she makes up for it with being an amazing cuddler!

Me and the DH are doing ok, he lost his job a while back so things are a little tight but we're making it through :)
LOL, I have a dog who is the same age!

I'm sorry to hear about your DH's job but and glad to hear that you're doing okay. :)
 

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