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    Smile A New addition to family

    Here is a picture of our new addition to the family,His name is Coal, he is along haired dachshund about 5 and 1/2 months old.
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    Daylilies are the Lord's smile, a new one everyday

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    Awe, isn't he a cutie! I just love puppies! Especially when they belong to someone else!


    Rebecca
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    Rebecca,
    Our daugther bought him, he is registered and microchipped. So if he was to be missing we could have a way to find him. We are trying to teach him to roll over, so far he is learning,he has done it with out help several times now. When he needs to go out side, he just comes and sits in front of us , just looking at us.
    Daylilies are the Lord's smile, a new one everyday

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    Dawn,

    He's a cutie pie!

    Microchipped? What an excellent idea! I lost a pekingnese once and advertised in the paper. After every phone call saying that someone thought they spotted her, I would go to that area of town and call and call and call her name which was Shannee.

    I missed her for a very long time, but never saw her again.

    Unfortunately, over the years, I've gotten to the point of realizing that I can't get that attached. It hurts too bad. Now, I know that if I do, I can get him/her microchipped.

    Cool!
    Ann B.
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    Aww! Is Coal cute or what. Makes you wish they always remained puppies.

    Sweet Thing is over 2 years old and she has mastered the game of "fetch". Climbs up on the bed next to me, drops the ball and expects me to go and get it

    That is not covered in the Training Manual.
    Abby

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    My younger sister, Alice was born when I was 17, almost 18 years old. Within the year, I was gone to college and in 4 years, I moved to Texas for a job. I missed her terribly but would pack up before Christmas with goodies for her and drive the 12 hours overnight to deliver her presents and spend time with her.

    One year, I bought her a Barbie Doll house. Despite having driven the 12 hours, I managed to stay up on Christmas Eve to put together the Barbie Doll house that I had bought for her.

    Alice had a dog. I don't remember his name, but he was the best dog that I think anyone can have. The only problem was that this beautiful creature would chew on huge pine cones until there was nothing left but a shredded core. Each and every time I opened my car door or trunk to get something out, this cute little critter would deposit one of these chewed pine cones in my car.

    He had apparently learned that if he put one in a car, the owner would toss it out, then he could retrieve it and make another effort of placing it in the car.

    Needless to say, with no sleep for over 24 hours, this didn't work too many times for me, so I went back to Texas with chewed pine cones in my car.

    It's amazing that I remember that after so many years...

    Pets are some of the best memories that I have!
    Ann B.
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