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Old 05-15-2008, 02:47 PM
 
Location: mid atlantic
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Cancan I love your pics! Your furkids are adorable, keep them coming.

Thanks, they love thier jobs and I dont think they'd be as happy if they werent doing what comes naturally.

Heres Buddy (loves water) saying Nananana-na to the whimpy pointer too scared to go for a full swim.

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Old 05-15-2008, 07:08 PM
 
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These are my Samoyeds. The big one in the in front had a stoke in Oct and is no longer with us. We only have the little one now. They are both from the same litter and were nothing alike. Samoyeds are very gentle and loving.
Oh Carole I'm sorry to hear about you losing one of your babies, we lost one of our guys in October too, it was one of the hardest things we ever had to deal with. The picture is awesome do you know why your furbaby had a stroke was it age related or something else?
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Old 05-15-2008, 07:09 PM
 
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Here's our Bloodhound "Skip" ( Sir Skip-A-Lot ) @ age 4 months and a little less than 2 years. He's just gonna love all the new smells in Delaware!
Awww baby pictures, how off the charts cute is Sir Skip A Lot.
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Old 05-15-2008, 07:11 PM
 
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Thanks, they love thier jobs and I dont think they'd be as happy if they werent doing what comes naturally.

Heres Buddy (loves water) saying Nananana-na to the whimpy pointer too scared to go for a full swim.

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Cancan, are they sporting dogs, pointers, for birds?
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Old 05-15-2008, 07:19 PM
 
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Yes they are, English pointers...and Buddy is a lab. Funny thing is he points too....Seems labs were bred with pointers in the late 1600-1700's(during their making in England) and that gene still rears its head naturally every now and again.
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Old 05-15-2008, 09:17 PM
 
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OMG CaroleM... I LOVE Samoyeds! Friend of mine, way back when in school, had Samoyeds... one of the few families back then in Va Beach that bred them. Fast forward to today's times... a totally unrelated friend and his wife in Raleigh have a Samoyed! Laural, I will definitely have to post a pic of Jackson (the dog) and our son during spring break! As you will see, I DO expose him to animals at every opportunity!

Jackson has an interesting talent... singing along to opera on TV! Honest... he performed for us when we last visited NC in March! How priceless!

Mary
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Old 05-16-2008, 08:18 PM
 
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Yes they are, English pointers...and Buddy is a lab. Funny thing is he points too....Seems labs were bred with pointers in the late 1600-1700's(during their making in England) and that gene still rears its head naturally every now and again.

That is so awesome, I didn't know that about labs. Do you think being around your other pointers stimulates that gene in your lab?
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Old 05-16-2008, 08:24 PM
 
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Laural, I will definitely have to post a pic of Jackson (the dog) and our son during spring break! As you will see, I DO expose him to animals at every opportunity!

Jackson has an interesting talent... singing along to opera on TV! Honest... he performed for us when we last visited NC in March! How priceless!

Mary
My son never had a interest in animals and I was wondering if it could be because of possibly being autistic? But I talked to him this evening he's teaching himself Japanese and is thinking about living in Japan. He's really into computer animation so there is a bigger demand there but JAPAN! It's so far away.
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Old 05-16-2008, 09:23 PM
 
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my daughter wanted to live in japan when she was into that anime.....year later it was dolphin trainer lol how old is he? mines 17 now.
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Old 05-17-2008, 08:10 AM
 
Location: Edgewood, Maryland
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Oh Carole I'm sorry to hear about you losing one of your babies, we lost one of our guys in October too, it was one of the hardest things we ever had to deal with. The picture is awesome do you know why your furbaby had a stroke was it age related or something else?
Laural...
he was only 8 years old. Was happy and normal that day and then that night he woke up and my husband had to help him walk, etc, etc. We took him to the vet the next day and they told us it was neourological and there was nothing they could do for him. He couldn't even pick up his head. The little one that's left has had operations on both her back legs but is doing good.......so far. It really is hard to deal with when we lose one of our animals but I just have to have them in my life.
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