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    Miso says try and chillax Gwamma

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    Big hugs to miso- Gwamma is well on her way to chill axing......... After a whole bottle of red.......
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    G, hope you're feeling better when you awaken. *hug* And of course, good luck on the biopsy!
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    Aww that dog is totally gorgeous as well Misabi!!! are they bouncy or just nice and relaxed? as i was walking my dog yesterday, i was wondering how you managed to walk both of them without taking one each. mine has now got the techique of bouncing around just within lead range so he is getting better. and he does know he isnt allowed to walk in front of me unless we are hunting. altho there is usually a bit of confusion here as he decides we may want to hunt rabbits for fun on certain stretches of the road. interestingly he picked up the sea lions scent on the beach the other day at well over 200m and he didnt feel we needed to hunt them LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by seaweed View Post
    Aww that dog is totally gorgeous as well Misabi!!! are they bouncy or just nice and relaxed? as i was walking my dog yesterday, i was wondering how you managed to walk both of them without taking one each. mine has now got the techique of bouncing around just within lead range so he is getting better. and he does know he isnt allowed to walk in front of me unless we are hunting. altho there is usually a bit of confusion here as he decides we may want to hunt rabbits for fun on certain stretches of the road. interestingly he picked up the sea lions scent on the beach the other day at well over 200m and he didnt feel we needed to hunt them LOL
    They're a good mix of both, usually one when you want them to be the other

    That's her "I will only wait patiently, for you to finish eating and feed me, for so long" look.

    I can walk them both as they generally behave well enough on lead, but usually is one each. I walk him close to heal most of thetime and stop for sniff/play breaks, as I find if I just let him run at the end of the lead he forgets what "heal" means when I need him to do it. Plus he gets more distracted than her by other animals and it's just easier to keep him calm or under control of he's close and led likely to scare the bejeesus out of others

    She's ok running at the end of a long lead as she just loops off and comes back around to us and had better recall. She's been really good off leash in the paddocks at home this week. He still wants to try to get to the neighbours kune kune, so I've got to put some time into training with him.
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    it's just easier to keep him calm or under control of he's close and led likely to scare the bejeesus out of others
    people can be incredibly precious about dogs. my fear is mine with bounce at someone and scratch them with his claws and they will complain about him being "dangerous". i have actually had someone abuse me about a "dangerous" dog off the lead before. it was an incredibly dangerous vicious 9 week old V puppy LOL since he looks apparently like an emaciated red nosed pit bull, i am always careful where i have him running around. we get such a mix of people here too on the beach that you cant just assume so i always catch him if i see anyone.

    G how is your leg this morning? and the head?

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    I would suggest that the kune would give him a bite to remember, althou it wouldn't be good neighbourly relations if a wee dog ate a wee pig!!!!!!

    On some happy news........ Little Oak is up on his wee hoofs, drank a hearty breakfast with the whole tail wagging thing going on! So yay for mini miracles!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by seaweed View Post
    G how is your leg this morning? and the head?
    I was going to ask how her head is after the "anaesthesia"
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    Morning Seas- head is fine, leg is a teeny weeny bit sore, but all for the good.
    I am presently on another diet "hack", which is working this week. Am only on day 3, so if I get to day 30 and it's still working, I will sing it from the rooftops............... But I am thinking that this wee trick is keeping my fuzzy full of red wine head, a little better in the mornings !!!!!!! Not that I regularly drink too much........who me? ..........don't be absurd.......... It's all pretend.........
    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

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