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Old Nov 4, 2012, 12:44 AM   #1
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Beautiful dog you have Frank and this one works very well in B&W.

How old is Hunter?

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Hunter is now just over a year and a half. Thanks JJ, for the reply. I kinda miss hanging out here, been so busy lately. Thought I would drop in and post a few since I feel a little more confident in my camera handling abilities.It is hard to gain confidence in something that I know so little about, but with some guidance from friends I have been coming along nicely.

Anyway, you remember the last ones I posted of him, about a year or so ago? Here is one if ya don't

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What a cutie Frank, it seems like they go from puppies to dogs in the blink of an eye.

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What a cutie Frank, it seems like they go from puppies to dogs in the blink of an eye.

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Goes for a cute puppy to great looking dog and best friend in no time. Really like the B&W picture.
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Goes for a cute puppy to great looking dog and best friend in no time. Really like the B&W picture.

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Good lookin' dawg Frank! It's hard to tell in the B&W, but....are his eyes still blue? I also agree with Calicajun on the B&W pic. Very nice.
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Good lookin' dawg Frank! It's hard to tell in the B&W, but....are his eyes still blue? I also agree with Calicajun on the B&W pic. Very nice.
Hi Robert, missed seeing your photos lately, been quite busy. To answer your question, no they have turned an almond color, I was hoping that they would stay blue like the huskies that lives next door, (his are stunningly ice blue).

Thanks for looking and thanks again for the complement on the photo. Cheers my friend, gotta go to work, so check ya later!
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Give Hunter a hug (tap) from us here on the other side of the pond. Like the expression (A dog's life) is short "like a wag of a tail". You should search a patent for it

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