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#49614 - 26/01/16 04:20 PM Re: Congratultions grandpa! [Re: Andrea Dittrich]
autism Offline
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Wow hard to imagine that pets may not be house trained laugh

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#49617 - 26/01/16 09:11 PM Re: Congratultions grandpa! [Re: Andrea Dittrich]
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Hi Claude, the dog, an alsation is still quite young. It has a cage for the car but was sick the first couple of outings. Although just a few months old it's growing quite big and has a lot of hair and when it gets wet and dirty is no respector of persons. It brushes against you and sometimes jumps up. It has convinced Florence and I that in the unlikely event of us getting another dog, it will be a very small one.
Despite the above it's quite a good dog for Martins place, it's friendly with everyone but looks like a watch dog and it seems to know to stay within the boundaries of his warehouses. I think it will be quite a good dog and is responding well to his attempts to train it.
Hope you're escaping the heavy snow storms that we are seeing on our TV's over here.

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#49624 - 02/02/16 05:42 PM Re: Congratultions grandpa! [Re: Andrea Dittrich]
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Your son's dog sounds like our Landseer Newfoundland, a huge dog that looked intimidating to people but she was very, very gentle with my son.

As for the snow, we got about 6 inches of the stuff and it has since melted away.

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