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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. I've seen this happen before, so I'm wondering. Do ... of the big one? I used to get it all the time when I'd watch a friend's GSD pup. Suja

Ages ago when Dino was a young guy, our club did a public relations event at a local mall. I had Dino, my smooth collie, with me and a friend had brought Dugan, her smooth fox terrier. At one point we were strolling together through the mall and, yes, we heard several times: "Oh look there's a daddy dog & it's puppy!"
We were surprised but thinking about it we realized that to a person who didn't know dog breeds, Dino and Dugan do look related. Both were almost all white with sable-colored heads, both had long lean heads and both had ears that did sort of the same thing (i.e., go up and then break forward: Dino had high semi-pricked ears and Dugan had proper button ears). And Dugan being a typical happy, energetic smooth fox terrier did seem puppyish even though he, like Dino, was nearing 4 years old.
People used to ask if Zeffie & Pablo were mother-son which made sense since they are both tri smooth collies but I was also amazed that even after years some of my neighbors couldn't tell them apart. Zeffie - a female with a robust cobby build and Pablo 3.5 inches taller, a long & lean male. And the easiest part was right on their faces as Zeffie had was a plain faced tri (black & tan with no white) and Pablo has that big, squiggly, funky, white blaze.
Now that I have Lucy & Pablo, some folks we meet on the street, don't quite buy that they are the same breed as Lucy is a very petite (21" tall) sable smoothie with a foxy look about her and Pablo, 25.5", long lean and with a neck like a giraffe, towers over her.
Chris and her smoothies,
Pablo & Lucy
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.

Thank you I'm sorry that the site freezes up, that is a drag. Are there photo sites that you (and others with dial-up) find easy to access?

Catherine
& Zoe the cockerchow
& Queenie the black gold retriever
& Rosalie the calico
People do sometimes look puzzled and ask if they are ... and a black cat, and my set will be complete.

I'd like to see you walking all four. ;-D

That would be a sight! We're actually often a spectacle just as we are!

I love to see cats out walking with their people and dogs, though. I've never had a cat that would do that.

Catherine
& Zoe the cockerchow
& Queenie the black gold retriever
& Rosalie the calico
Thank you I'm sorry that the site freezes up, that is a drag. Are there photo sites that you (and others with dial-up) find easy to access?

i'm partial to
basic accounts are free, and it's easy peasy to use.

shelly
http://www.cat-sidh.net
http://cat-sidh.blogspot.com /
Thank you I'm sorry that the site freezes up, ... that you (and others with dial-up) find easy to access?

i'm partial to

do you know if you can edit the photos here? I would love to be able to upload and edit my photos before showing them off. thanks!
do you know if you can edit the photos here? I would love to be able to upload and edit my photos before showing them off. thanks!

Try downloading Irfanview. It is a free-ware program that is pretty powerful.
http://www.irfanview.com /
Marcel
do you know if you can edit the photos here? I would love to be able to upload and edit my photos before showing them off. thanks!

i use Photoshop to edit. i don't think Flickr offers much in the way of editing capability besides automagically resizing, webifying, and rotating.
Picasa (http://picasa.google.com/index.html ) offers basic photo editing. i haven't tried it, so i don't know how good it is, but it might be worth checking out.

shelly
http://www.cat-sidh.net >> http://cat-sidh.blogspot.com

Fear feeds the imagination.
Joseph Joubert
Picasa ( ) offers basic photo editing. i haven't tried it, so i don't know how good it is, but it might be worth checking out.

The editing stuff is pretty basic, but it's an excellent organizational tool.

Melinda Shore - Software longa, hardware brevis - (Email Removed)

Make it a Sony-free holiday.
do you know if you can edit the photos here? ... upload and edit my photos before showing them off. thanks!

Try downloading Irfanview. It is a free-ware program that is pretty powerful. http://www.irfanview.com / Marcel

thanks!
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