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Dirk CA

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  1. It's interesting how they can see beyond just the mother and father. I think I'll do mine at some time. Thanks for the reply!
  2. Beautiful pups. They are even emulating the cows in the back, both in pose and color.
  3. Gosh, let's hope it was the Pom that was the dad in that arrangement. I don't want to picture it the other way around.
  4. They definitely have their different personalities.
  5. It absolutely is fun! Sorry for the delay. I wasn't notified of a reply.
  6. Sounds like a great place to take a dog. I'm jealous! So she liked it? She's a beaut!
  7. That makes for a cleaner dog when getting back in the car. Except for the sand of course. = ]
  8. That's funny. I'll say this. It seems as if Labradors were made for the beach. There were plenty of them out there and they were having a ball.
  9. It was Hazel's first ever trip to the beach. I thought she might be more intrigued, but she was rather indifferent. Neither bothered by the waves rolling in nor drawn to them. But we'll certainly go again if in the area. How does your BC react at the beach?
  10. They've been around since the days of the dinosaur. They'll no doubt be around long after we're gone too. They're hardy little buggers.
  11. 16 years old is amazing, especially with her circumstances. She's a strong one.
  12. Those ticks sound horrible. Australia has ALL the scary pests. But you're right. One has to weigh the pros and cons to see how their pets or farm animals will be affected.
  13. Of course any single dog that dies is bad. But there are so many things at the pet store and the vets than can also cause serious issues or worse. 1700 dogs is a lot, but if that's out of 10 million collars sold, it's infinitesimal as far as odds go. As for ticks, they are a nuisance. My dog Hazel picks a few when we go on hikes, but they don't stick around. Like you said, it kills them after they latch on and take a nibble. Which is better than seeing them hidden and completely engorged.
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