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Old Nov 1, 2012, 9:33 PM   #1
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My two dogs. Actually, Harley, the black one , belongs to my son. My wife and her mother, and Steve and Heather took the kiddos to Disney, and I got the dogs. Had 'em from Thursday til Monday. We had fun. I took them everywhere I went. Here we are at Publix supermarket.



This is King in the shadows.



Harley isn't well socialized, so she will bite, and acts wild at times. After I took her home, Heather asked me how I managed to calm her down so much. I told her to not micro-manage her behaviour, and let her be a dog.
Also, she just needed attention. King will sleep in my bed occasionally, but Harley was in there every night. They don't allow her to sleep in the bed. Haha! Kinda like havin' grandkids. Spoil 'em, and give 'em back.. She wants me to keep her for a month now.
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Old Nov 1, 2012, 10:24 PM   #2
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White and black. What a pair! Take care of that picture file of King in the shadows. I imported it into PS6 - it holds a lot of possibilities. It's a great picture

Nice to read about your calmimg effect on Harley. I agree wholeheartedly on your reasoning

All October rain over here. I can see a couple of palm trees in the first picture - heeey

Once I summoned all my sons and told them: "Please don't give me any grandchildren. Give me puppies instead" - Now they keep on coming - grandchildren, of course, hehe

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Kids and puppies...there is a story there.
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What a great car alarm you have.
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Really like the light you captured on King in the second one.

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What a great car alarm you have.
You're right, King won't let anybody close, and Harley has a nasty little temper, and she's only 18 months old.
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Really like the light you captured on King in the second one.

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I will have to agree Tobert, them is sum good lookin dawgs! (where is my spell checker??)
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I will have to agree Tobert, them is sum good lookin dawgs! (where is my spell checker??)
Hey Frank! I agree about that spell check! The picture I didn't get was about 5 am one morning they woke me with their whining. I woke to find two faces staring at me eye level. I had to get up and let them out, but I will never forget those faces, black and white, staring at me.
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