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I finally put up some pictures of the girls enjoying ... is the smaller one, Queenie the larger one: http://www.kodakgallery.com/catherinepix/fenced yard

They're beautiful. Queenie looks a bit like my brother's dog, Gatsby.

Thank you! I will need to see peectures of this Gatsby fellow.
I've seen this happen before, so I'm wondering. Do you ever get questions from people about whether the little dog is the offspring of the big one? I used to get it all the time when I'd watch a friend's GSD pup.

People do sometimes look puzzled and ask if they are related... they make a cute pair when we are out walking. I keep joking that now I need a little black pom and a black cat, and my set will be complete.

Catherine
& Zoe the cockerchow
& Queenie the black gold retriever
& Rosalie the calico
Thank you! I don't know how we lived without the fence, I really >don't.

Fences are a wonderful thing, especially when you own a JRT and live in a neighborhood full of squirrels, rabbits, and cats. :-D Even more so when you have neighbors two doors down with an obnoxious dog which they don't supervise.
The year the pack attacked (3 dogs, 1 pumpkin, no waiting), we had pumpkin parts all over the yard. For >anhour. Nothing like a large orange edible ball to makes some dogs >nuts!

Hmmm. I may have to buy a pumpkin just to test this out.
they're lovely photos.

They are, what I can see of them. Unfortunately, the Kodak site never works right on my computer; it will let me look at the first couple of pictures, then freezes up. I suspect it may be designed solely for high-speed users.
People do sometimes look puzzled and ask if they are related... they >make a cute pair when we are out walking. I keep joking that now I need a little black pom and a black cat, and my set will be complete.

I'd like to see you walking all four. ;-D
More seriously, I occasionally get asked if Brenin and Morag are from the same litter, or "brother and sister", or the like... which I pretty much find baffling, since the only feature they have even remotely in common is coloration.
Even at that, they're different shades, not to mention that Bren's black-masked and Morag white-masked (I don't think that's the correct term).

And of course I get the occasional "Mommy, Daddy, and baby" comment, but that's usually from kids small enough to be excused. :-)
They are, what I can see of them. Unfortunately, the Kodak site never works right on my computer; it will let me look at the first couple of pictures, then freezes up. I suspect it may be designed solely for high-speed users.

it may be, but that's not the problem, because i'm *definitely* not on a high-speed connection and i was able to look at them. maybe there's something in the code that your browser doesn't like?

shelly
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The year the pack attacked (3 dogs, 1 pumpkin, no waiting), we had pumpkin parts all over the yard. For >an

hour. Nothing like a large orange edible ball to makes some dogs >nuts! Hmmm. I may have to buy a pumpkin just to test this out.

...and they're cheap this time of year, too!

Kate
and Storm and Hamish the FCRs
maybe there's something in the code that your browser doesn't like?

If so, neither Firefox nor IE like it.
(I have Firefox installed mostly for website-testing purposes; other than that, I don't get what the big hoo-hah is about it being so much superior to IE, especially since it's waay slower-running - things take much, much longer to load on it.)
If so, neither Firefox nor IE like it.

i'm using Firefox.
(I have Firefox installed mostly for website-testing purposes; other than that, I don't get what the big hoo-hah is about it being so much superior to IE, especially since it's waay slower-running - things take much, much longer to load on it.)

i like tabs and i hate pop-ups. those alone are enough to make me prefer Firefox. i also haven't noticed that it's slower, but with my connection, it's not like i'd notice.

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