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Gwydo 
Posted: 02-Mar-2005, 05:07 AM
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She doesn't require much in the way of grooming. We brush her about 2-3 times a week. My wife however gives her a bath at least every two weeks, sometimes once a week. (Due to the therapy requirements, she must be clean when they go to hospitals and whatnot.) She loves getting dried with the leaf blower.


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Posted: 04-Mar-2005, 01:59 AM
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Gwydo! What a beautiful dog! Very cuddly too, I see! I always thought it would be great to have a therapy dog or one that I could take to the nursing homes and let the elderly who had to give up their beloved pets have one to pet and hold. However, I have two Shelties who like to bark and I don't think they would be good therapy dogs for that reason.


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Posted: 04-Mar-2005, 03:25 AM
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laugh.gif Yeah, generally the therapy dogs are required to be a little less vocal...
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QUOTE (Gwydo @ 04-Mar-2005, 03:25 AM)
laugh.gif Yeah, generally the therapy dogs are required to be a little less vocal...

Yeah, that is what I thought too! Once Nikki gets going, there is nothing that can shut him up...........he is soooooooooo verbal! rolleyes.gif
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My husband's 92 year old uncle moved this weekend to an assisted living place for senior citizens, and we went to visit him yesterday... he has a wonderful little apartment, but what surprised me was when we saw a lady come out of an apartment down the hall with a little dog! I think it was a Jack Russell mix, a bit bigger than they usually get (and not as bouncy as they are, either) but with some of the physical characteristics. I asked one of the ladies who works at the center if the dog was there for a visit and she said no, it lives there with the owner!
Isn't that a wonderful thing, that they allow pets there!! I loved it; pets are good for the soul.

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celticrose, did I tell you I had my sheltie debarked. She was just really bad. It sounded like she was coughing after she had the operation. I even had a child come to the door and tell me my dog had a cold.. She was coughing. I do like the sheltie breed, but I have always wanted a Schipperke. I've had 2 now. I had big dogs before that.

Siobhan Blues, yes that is so wonderful. My father is 84 and almost had to go to a home and the first thing he asked about was his dog. It is a proven fact that they make them undepressed and live longer..My life would be real lonely without my dog..

Gwydo, I use a hairdryer, never thought of the leaf blower.. I just love animals so much.

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Posted: 06-Mar-2005, 05:23 PM
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SB! That is wonderful that that lady was able to bring her dog companion! I hope if I ever have to go into one of those things that I can bring my dogs. I love my dogs so much too and would be very very lonely without them.

Rindy! Yes, you did tell me about your Sheltie. Irish has been debarked too and always sounds like she is coughing. When I first got her and found out she had been debarked, I was horrified, but now I am glad she is cause she loves to play outside and bark at EVERYTHING. She would be quite a nuisance to my neighbors otherwise. unsure.gif
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Posted: 23-Mar-2005, 11:20 PM
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Here's a picture of my son's leopard gecko shedding. A day or two before it sheds, its colours get really dull. Once the shedding starts, it doesn't take very long for the skin to be completely shed and the new skin is a beautiful yellow and black.

Picture of 'Spot' shedding

P.S. In keeping with a Celtic theme, that is a tin whistle in the background. Spot doesn't know how to play it yet.


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Posted: 24-Mar-2005, 01:00 AM
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Keltic,

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QUOTE (Irish Stepper @ 24-Mar-2005, 02:00 AM)
Keltic,

The link doesn't work... unsure.gif

It seems to be working now!! My site must have been down when you tried. If it doesn't work again, just let me know.

I'll try adding the picture here as an attachment as well.


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Doesn't that just make you itch..? Great picture!

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Posted: 24-Mar-2005, 07:33 PM
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Awesome looking creature, Keltic!
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This is what my mom did to our poor dog at Christmas:

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My dog is almost nine years old, but she still looks like a puppy. She never even lost her puppy face. She's so cute. A little rotten dog, though.
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Posted: 29-Mar-2005, 05:24 PM
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Pretty Doggy! biggrin.gif
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Posted: 29-Mar-2005, 05:38 PM
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Finally have the chance to show of some of my animals.

The first one is my very first dog I ever had. My German Shephard Dunja. She was 15 years old in this picture and died about 8 months after in her sleep. She had a wonderful fulfilled life. And never any pain besides the last 5 months a few aches that come with age.



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