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Old Dec 22, 2007, 5:52 PM   #1
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Hi John,
nice pic, happy dog!

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Old Dec 22, 2007, 11:33 PM   #3
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Aaaah - I love the pup, he's having such fun. Good capture.

P.S. What's this I hear about an earthquake down your way? Did you have any trouble?
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Now that's a happy Dawg!! Love this one John!

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Nice capture of a happy doggie. Your own?

One simple request, though. Could you downsize the picture a bit? I've got a 19" screen, but still cant see the full picture without scrolling. I suggest 800 pixels on the widest end, then I think you can see the picture on a 17" screen as well.

I took the freedom... hope you dont mind.

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John, a great shot. There's nothing like the unrestrained glee of a pup out for a good run. The tonue and the ears make the shot for me.
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Aaaah - I love the pup, he's having such fun. Good capture.

P.S. What's this I hear about an earthquake down your way? Did you have any trouble?
Thanks you,

we did have an earthquake, 6.6 I think, at the small city of Gisborne a few hundred Ks from here. We felt it too but no damage and really not much in Gisborne except to the bigger buildings in the centre of the city and of course all the supermarket shelves got dumped on the floor! No injuries that I have heard of.
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Yes, she is ours, 3 year old pomeranian/poodle cross, very small. She came to us with some issues related to having been left alone all day as the owner worked long hours. She had never mixed with other dogs either and is afraid of cats! She is much better now.

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Glad to hear that you all weathered the quake with little problem - be glad you don't work for a library!
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Very cute pup. So happy! He sure seems to love the beach.

Glad to hear you had no damage or injuries. Withstood my share of earthquakes having been born and raised in California.

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