CRACKER-My Heart Dog FOREVER 6/10/2005-7/9/2011
Mike and Gabe--GOTCHA 7/25/2011
I think you are right. But they mature slower. I mean... in training the females are concentrating like lazer beams and the males of the same age are just all... duh-dee-doh-dee-doh.
Anne... you haven't named one Granny Smith yet have you?
The WindyCanyon Girls, Fall 2016
IntCh WindyCanyon's Ruby Pink BN RA (20 mos)
IntCH WindyCanyon's Envy CDX RE JH CC (almost 8)
IntCH WindyCanyon Patent Nfringement CDX RA JH CC (10 yrs)
IntCH WindyCanyon's Northern Spy CDX RA JH OA OAJ CC (11.5 yrs)
WindyCanyon's Kanzi BN CD RE (2.5 yrs)
IntCH HIT WindyCanyon's Kiku A Fuji Too CDX RE JH CC (7.5 yrs)
IntCH WindyCanyon's SweeTango CD RA JH CC (6.5 yrs)
She sounds like she is going to be an awesome dog (once she learns to channel all that 'tude for you that is), they are cute as puppies for a reason, right?
Scout CD RAE6 WC March 6, 2007; Tullemore Browning Superposed "Trigger" Nov 11, 2016
Castelleja's Dual Mags "Mags" March 1993 - March 2008
"Pocco" the chocolate wonder August 1993 - December 2007
I love that name "Pip" and I knew exactly what your definition was for using that. I've known lots of dogs/kids/people I've called a pip before, not usually to their face though! My Lark is a bit of a pip, too.
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