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crysania4
crysania4
Crysania
Wed, Dec. 23rd, 2009 02:48 pm
A couple pics

David took Dahlia out to get some pictures in the snow.

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littleloveflame
littleloveflame
littleloveflame
Wed, Dec. 23rd, 2009 08:28 pm (UTC)

She looks beautiful with her red and green collar and the snow on her black fur.


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angely78
angely78
angely78
Thu, Dec. 24th, 2009 02:41 am (UTC)

Heh. Snowy puppy is snowy.

Actually I thought of you last night on one of my beach rambles when I ended up happily rolling in the sand** with an 8mon old Pit/lab mix named Roxy who thought I was the Best Thing Ever. Poor owner was scared that *I* would be scared (big enthusiastic dog, running at you in the dark, logical yeah?) and I just laughed. While wearing fangs. But anyway, I made that pup's night apparently. Was fun.

**eta: sand. Obviously I meant sand.

Edited at 2009-12-24 02:42 am (UTC)


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crysania4
crysania4
Crysania
Thu, Dec. 24th, 2009 03:45 am (UTC)

LOL I figured out what you meant. ;-)

Sounds like awesome fun. A lot of people are amazed when I'm comfortable around their "big scary dogs." I still remember the woman's amazement when I asked if I could pet her 150lb Rottweiler and then proceeded to get licked by a tongue about as wide as my face. She said most people crossed the road to get away from him and she couldn't believe someone was so calm and so nice to her dog. Bah, he as a big mushball (so is the Rottie down the road).


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angely78
angely78
angely78
Thu, Dec. 24th, 2009 03:52 am (UTC)

for all their reputation, every single "tough" breed (Rotties, pits, etc) has been a mushball. A roll-over-rub-my-tummy mushball. Pfft to stereotypes.


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crysania4
crysania4
Crysania
Thu, Dec. 24th, 2009 04:05 am (UTC)

Yep. They're just bigger and muscular and often with very square heads, so they're seen as "tough." Ha.


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crysania4
crysania4
Crysania
Thu, Dec. 24th, 2009 03:10 pm (UTC)

Aww thank you. We think so too, but I think we're just a bit biased.


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