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 on: July 09, 2017, 07:18:13 PM 
Started by JimmyThy - Last post by Christinn
It always moves me to tears when I see this video.  So poignant and made even more so by having Atka performing this salute.

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 on: July 04, 2017, 05:52:22 PM 
Started by JimmyThy - Last post by DebbieA
Love it!  Big Grin

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 on: July 04, 2017, 12:27:11 PM 
Started by JimmyThy - Last post by JimmyThy
Happy Independence Day to other fellow Americans! Here's a video of Atka saluting with our national anthem. Even though this was from last year, it can be applied every year Smile

https://youtu.be/omCMeFJWhHI

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 on: June 24, 2017, 07:54:44 PM 
Started by Saint Mom - Last post by JimmyThy
Interesting -- I didn't know that about ragdolls. That's kind of deceiving, since I think of a ragdoll as a toy that is carried around all the time. Can't wait to see the video!

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 on: June 17, 2017, 09:50:57 AM 
Started by Saint Mom - Last post by Saint Mom
She sure will be full entertaining. Smile

I did take a video but still in my cam. Heading to campground for the weekend so I should post them sometimes in the coming week. She is truly a sweet cat though. But like most ragdolls, likes to be picked up but not carried around. Biggest difference with our Birman cat.

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 on: June 12, 2017, 10:40:43 PM 
Started by Saint Mom - Last post by Whytepine
Sounds like there's going to be a lot of stories about Sandy in the future! Tongue 2  It will be nice when she accepts the camera more so you can get some video of her 'talking'.  Can't wait to see more pictures of her too. Wink

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 on: June 12, 2017, 10:37:58 PM 
Started by Whytepine - Last post by Whytepine
Roben, your dogs' eyes are so striking!  Beautiful!  Do you do sledding with your current pack?

Unfortunately, I haven't used the dogs for sledding for a few years now.  Kasha has a tendency to want to look at everything along the trail.  Roll Eyes  She never was much for pulling even when we had the retired sled dogs.  Lexee would make a great obedience dog.  She wants to heel right next to you, looking up at you the whole time.  Hunter is still to young to pull and I haven't even tried a harness on him yet.  The idea of making the Huskimos was so I could have less dogs but have the same strength in pulling.  Yeah, right...that's not working out right now!  Evil  Lexee's sister and half sister live a block and a half away so maybe this winter I can go get them and hook all of them up.  Imagine a game of twister with ropes and harnesses!  It could be interesting though.  Tongue

The last couple of winters we've actually had too much snow once it came and our snow plow was down for a while, so we couldn't even plow the back roads we used to use for sledding.  Even though they are not supposed to be used for snowmobiles, enough of them packed the snow down so it was hard to plow once we could get out and the truck tires, even with chains, broke through the snow and made it hard to move.

Thy, I'm glad you can still use the video of my guys and girls dog sledding for your Meet the Breeds.  Those were great times.  I can sure tell that I don't bother with actual obedience training with these dogs compared to the Eskies.  The Eskies could be trusted to run loose right out of the truck and then come when I called them to get hooked up to the line.  Same at the end of the run.  Rewind used to love to roll in the snow after his run.  I sure do miss those guys. 

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 on: June 12, 2017, 09:54:32 AM 
Started by Saint Mom - Last post by Saint Mom
Thank you Jen. Our vet has received the 2 pawprints (and hair clips) last Thursday. Just did not have time yet to go pick them up. Will do this week. It will not be easy. Then i have to get to Michaels to get a shadow box that would fit the 3 of them (pics, paw prints and hair). So sad.. but they would be reunited forever in this shadow box and I will put it in their cat room. The room they loved and spent a lot of time in.

Sandy is adjusting well. She follows us everywhere and very talkative. I know her whole life story by the minute. haha We just have to be overly cautious with Nuuk around and when we're away (work for instance), Nuuk is in the grooming room with door shut (instead of baby gate). I'd be too afraid that crazy Sandy jumps over the gate and gets into Nuuk's skin. That way, Sandy can remain safe, burn off some energy and sleep at night. hihi

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 on: June 12, 2017, 09:29:11 AM 
Started by Whytepine - Last post by snowballsmom
our vet gives out a wallet sized card with all the alternate names of xylitol to be aware of. every time we see her we get a new one just in case. scary.

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 on: June 12, 2017, 09:28:02 AM 
Started by Saint Mom - Last post by snowballsmom
oh helene, i'm so sorry to hear. thy filled us in on your especially rough time lately. so sorry for your losses. your new girl is stunning!!

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