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The Dogs are back!

posted by xscot mcknight

Lukas and Annika arrived today — along with Meriam (the black “golden”doodle) and Slater (Cairn). Here they staged a family reunion. This evening we will have yet another Christmas celebration, this time with Laura, Mark, Lukas and Annika. Our kids were in other States on Christmas day, and starting today we will have an opportunity to all be together for a week or so. Can’t wait!

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John Frye

posted December 28, 2006 at 8:10 am


Have a Happy BOW WOW New Year!



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Anonymous

posted December 28, 2006 at 8:35 am


ysmarko

[...] seeing scot’s post about returning dogs and zack’s post about saying goodbye to his dog of 13 years reminds me of cully, who we gave away last week just before leaving town. we’d had cully for 3 years, since he was a pup. he’s a kerry blue terrier. and he was just too much for us. in his three years with us he destroyed: – two xbox controllers – three pairs of eye glasses – two cell phones – one couch, one side chair, one table – the carpeting – multiple shoes and other clothing items cully barked constantly, and ran away (creating long, drawn out search efforts) any time he had a chance. [...]



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Scot McKnight

posted December 28, 2006 at 8:42 am


And Marko, you and Jeannie were amazingly patient with Cully. Bless that dog and give her some open space — maybe the state of New Mexico!



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sonja

posted December 28, 2006 at 9:04 am


That photo is next to the phrase, “Lucky Dog” in the dictionary!! What a nice picture of three very sweet looking pups on a comfy couch. ;-)



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