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#310881 - 01/22/09 01:23 PM Re: OMG!! [Re: Michelle70605]
sarahmd Offline
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Registered: 01/15/07
Posts: 2188
Loc: MD
That's good to hear!
Did all of the pups find homes? Where's mama pup?
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#310882 - 01/22/09 01:32 PM Re: OMG!! [Re: sarahmd]
Michelle70605 Offline
Addicted_to_AS_Kickin

Registered: 11/14/07
Posts: 6267
Loc: Louisiana
Yep, they all have great homes and we kept Mama dog because bless her heart, nobody else wanted her! She's a little skiddish after all she's been through and she's adjusted here nicely anyway, so we're just going to keep her, I could rehab her so that she can go to another home but after all she's been through, I don't want to put her through anymore....besides, we get along fine...
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#310883 - 01/22/09 02:49 PM Re: OMG!! [Re: Michelle70605]
Lon Offline
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Registered: 09/11/01
Posts: 8397
Loc: Gillette, Wyoming
Hi,
You have been in my thoughts had prayers.
I have trouble reading some things all the way through, but I hope that you are doing better, I hope that you are settled in an nice home and that you are safe and with someone that you love.
Lon

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#310884 - 01/22/09 03:25 PM Re: OMG!! [Re: Lon]
Michelle70605 Offline
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Registered: 11/14/07
Posts: 6267
Loc: Louisiana
Hi Lon, You are so sweet, you've got so much going on and here you are worrying about me, I'm proud that you're my friend! We're fine, I promise you Lon, we are fortunate, we had another home to go to but I'm just floored really that you can worry about others while going through a really tough time yourself, Lon, you're awesome! And I'm anxious to hear....how is Lin?
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Age 7- Kidney Necrosis
Age 11-Bursitis
Age 14-Costo
Age 17-Psoriasis
Age 32-Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Age 33-Sacroilitis
Age 35-Interstitial Cystitis
Age 40-AS
Age 44-Fibro
Age 44-PsA
Age 45-MS
Age 46-Sjogrens
Age 46-Raynauds
Age 47-PF

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#310885 - 01/23/09 06:29 AM Re: OMG!! [Re: Michelle70605]
sarahmd Offline
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Registered: 01/15/07
Posts: 2188
Loc: MD
That's great that you were able to keep her! I have a skiddish dog and after 3 years with us, he's still that way! I think he was abused 19 ways to china before we got him.
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#310886 - 01/23/09 01:26 PM Re: OMG!! [Re: Michelle70605]
Lon Offline
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Registered: 09/11/01
Posts: 8397
Loc: Gillette, Wyoming
Hi
Lin is fine. She is starting to tease me again.
her sister is here, now I have two Checz to contend with. Her lungs are clearing up the fluid is off her heart and her scar is not as swollen
she ill be in church sunday. they told her to wait because of flue and colds i stay the same, onery stiff and sore but thankful to Iesous for all the blessings that i enjoy.
snow cold and wind here, but living with a promise is so good!
agape'
Lon

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#310887 - 01/24/09 06:44 AM Re: OMG!! [Re: Lon]
Michelle70605 Offline
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Registered: 11/14/07
Posts: 6267
Loc: Louisiana
That's so great to hear Lon! I pray that Lin's health continues to improve...I always find it to be so funny when a doctor warns a patient of the health risks associated with socializing.....as if the hospital isn't a germfest! I also was thinking this morning that I neglected to explain why whites & coats aren't considered "desirable"...it's because they are lacking the ability to camouflage themselves....unless you live in Alaska, a white GSD is going to stick out like a monk on a roller coaster...and speaking of Monks, you should read about the German Shepherds and the Monks......fascinating!
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Age 7- Kidney Necrosis
Age 11-Bursitis
Age 14-Costo
Age 17-Psoriasis
Age 32-Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Age 33-Sacroilitis
Age 35-Interstitial Cystitis
Age 40-AS
Age 44-Fibro
Age 44-PsA
Age 45-MS
Age 46-Sjogrens
Age 46-Raynauds
Age 47-PF

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#310888 - 01/26/09 07:03 PM Re: OMG!! [Re: Michelle70605]
Lon Offline
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Registered: 09/11/01
Posts: 8397
Loc: Gillette, Wyoming
What German shpeherds and the monks?
Now you have done it! Come on you gotta tell me more.
I pray you and your family are safe, warm and all in love!
agape'
Lon

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#310889 - 01/26/09 07:27 PM Re: OMG!! [Re: Lon]
Michelle70605 Offline
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Registered: 11/14/07
Posts: 6267
Loc: Louisiana
Aha...pretty good stringer, huh?! Okay, they're the Monks of New Skete, they raise German Shepherds and their training is based on a philosophy that they wrote collectively and basically, it has to do with building trust, bonding and then training...all of which I agree with but the rest of the GSD community thought they were kinda "out there" when all of this first began 35 years ago but as it turns out...it's a fantastic philosophy and they've been very successful with it...they've written books about it...it's really a neat story...here's their link....enjoy, Lon...

http://www.newsketemonks.com/dogs.htm

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#310890 - 02/02/09 01:40 PM Re: OMG!! [Re: Michelle70605]
Lon Offline
Very_Addicted_to_AS_Kickin

Registered: 09/11/01
Posts: 8397
Loc: Gillette, Wyoming
HI.
I am wondering how you and your family are doing?
I did go to the site. Thank you. Although having a trained dog would be wonderful, I have a cash flow problem, always have had. It has been my experinece that if I wait around, for one reason or another, someone gets rid of a good teachable dog. I have learned from you thanks.

Lon

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