02-28-2005, 08:19 PM
This is Ando when not pissed off:
02-28-2005, 08:21 PM
The first photo is of Holly, our Rescued Corgi.
The next photo is of Vixen and Cory. I compete in agility, if any of you know about this.
The third photo is of my Siberian Husky, Joe. My non-sled dog. :grin:
The last two photos are of my Police Dog. You be nice, he'll be nice OR else! :-D
Once the weather gets nice, I'll put them ALL in the E and take a picture and post it.
Hope you all enjoyed the photos,
02-28-2005, 08:22 PM
Opps, got the second and third photo backwards, but I figure, you smart E owners knew what I meant. :grin:
02-28-2005, 09:58 PM
I compete in confirmation and obedience and field events with my Brittanys.
I compete in obedience, and generally lose, at home. :)
02-28-2005, 11:53 PM
I myself would like to have a dog also. But unfortunately, current living situations will not allow me. Apartment life sucks.
03-01-2005, 01:53 AM
I know what you mean about apartments, as I'm in a 3 bedroom at this very moment. My Siberian has been visiting his Breeder's home for almost a year now as we haven't decided if we are staying in OH or going back to MD. Siberian's are NOT for apartments. Though, everyone else is snuggled right in the apt., including two cats.
I also train in obedience but never competed. I got invloved with agility and Schutzhund before I got interested in obedience, though Cory, Vixen, and Ando have their CGC and are VERY obedient. I competed once in obedience with Cory, but I hadn't practiced prior to the show and he thought we were there for agility and when he figured out how boring obedience was, he said, no way and just goofed off. Cory is trained in English, Czech language along w/ hand signals, Ando is in German, Vixen...well, she has her own language. :) Holly, she's just living out her life as the bitch dog, and Joe, his language is RUN! Cory also is a wonderful service dog for two lazy parents. :grin: He knows several objects by their name, ex: control box, phone, shoes, socks, etc. I can also give him any object and tell him to take it to Daddy and he does so and vice-versa. He will help carry in the groceries as long as they're not to heavy, of course. He knows many tricks as well.
I'll say, we got lucky as he was a 1st dog. We got a smart one.
Enough of my dogs. It's snowing here in Ohio, so one day I'll get a pic of them in the E.
Dogs are GREAT!
LEGO MY E
03-01-2005, 02:06 AM
Man, talk about being owned by dogs!!
03-08-2005, 08:26 AM
cute dogs, here are mine.
LEGO MY E
03-08-2005, 09:42 AM
Wow, I used to have a little Cha-hoo-a-hoo-a named Paco too!! :) Very cute (unfortunately, not too good with kids).