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In our recent snow "storm", I managed to get a couple of cute ones. However, this is my favorite: Shelly & The Boys http://www.geocities.com/shellybrosnan/BSD.html

Wow that is a grand photo! I see why it is your favorite.

It makes me laugh each time I look at it, because if you look carefully, you can see the snowball just off to the right of his head. However, it's waay too far from his head, even though he was trying to catch it! That, and the bald belly cracks me up! Shelly & The Boys
Wow that is a grand photo! I see why it is your favorite.

It makes me laugh each time I look at it, because if you look carefully, you can see the snowball ... he was trying to catch it! That, and the bald belly cracks me up! Shelly & The Boys

Oh yeah I didn't even notice the snowball. That is even more cool. Blade loved trying to catch the snowballs too. But I didn't get any action photos. I love the bare belly. It is such a great action shot.
Gwen
Thanks Alison. And sure they would let you in! Why wouldn't they let you in. And yes there are places ... So one would either be a) retired or b) working from home some how. How is your dog doing? Gwen

Hi Gwen,
Do they let animal rights nutters into the US? Dibby is doing well. His colitis is under control and he's becoming more confident and independent. I've given up trying to stop everyone from fussing him and picking him up all the time. I do it myself now, I can't help it he's so cute.
Alison
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I still haven't been able to obtain the stacking photo I want. I guess some day. Have you been showing June?

Next time you show (good luck, btw!) have someone else take a photo of him stacked either before or after his ring time! Emotion: smile No, haven't shown anyone recently due to doggy illness, money constraints, and general laziness. We are going to a show this weekend, though. Small one, but hopefully something good will happen!

-Abby
Pems, Aussie, and a Pug
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@ig.utexas.edu:

I still haven't been able to obtain the stacking photo I want. I guess some day. Have you been showing June?

Next time you show (good luck, btw!) have someone else take a photo of him stacked either before or after his ring time! Emotion: smile

I will try my best to do that. Maybe I will run into someone I know. Thanks for the good luck! I know I need it.
No, haven't shown anyone recently due to doggy illness, money constraints, and general laziness. We are going to a show this weekend, though. Small one, but hopefully something good will happen! -Abby Pems, Aussie, and a Pug *Remove shoes to reply*

Good luck to you on your show!
Sorry to hear about the doggie illness. Who has
been ill? I hope it isn't serious.
Gwen
Sorry to hear about the doggie illness. Who has been ill? I hope it isn't serious.

Mooch and Willy were sick with upper respiratory crap obtained from a Pug I fostered overnight. They're fine now, but it was horrible when they were sick. Lots of honking coughs and snot.

-Abby
Pems, Aussie, and a Pug
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Sorry to hear about the doggie illness. Who has been ill? I hope it isn't serious.

Mooch and Willy were sick with upper respiratory crap obtained from a Pug I fostered overnight. They're fine now, but it was horrible when they were sick. Lots of honking coughs and snot. -Abby Pems, Aussie, and a Pug

Awe, I am sorry to hear that. I am glad they are fine now.

Good luck on the show.
Gwen
Mooch and Willy were sick with upper respiratory crap obtained from a Pug I fostered overnight. They're fine now, but it was horrible when they were sick. Lots of honking coughs and snot.

UGH! That doesn't sound like any fun at all. Glad they're all better.

Suja
UGH! That doesn't sound like any fun at all. Glad they're all better.

Me, too! (glad they're better, that is) It did suck royally. It wasn't quite as bad when Mooch was sick, but everything sounds much, much worse when it's a brachycephalic breed that has an upper resp. infection! Poor little Willy couldn't move much without body-wrenching coughing. He lost weight even though he was eating normally, and rarely wanted to come out of his crate.

-Abby
Pems, Aussie, and a Pug
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