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Paula, Barkis & Pandora

Barkis (12 yr old) still gets excited about the concept of a walk however we never go too far, I'm always afraid he will not make it back. We walk off the main road and on a trail behind my property. There generally is not very much foot traffic and very rarely a bike, so I’d be stuck if he could not walk back on his own.


Bear & Cookie do look great - like they just got brushed!


Isn't it nice when someone actually pronounces your breed correctly? I get wapso lopso a lot. What is so hard about Lhasa Apso. Like you, I don't live in the city. I actually live in the town of Southport and no sidewalks in many areas. Taking a full coated Lhasa for a walk on a town road makes for a pretty dirty dog. The two that have short coats, don't care for walks.

I missed you at the guild meeting. I haven't been to one in months and quite a few members showed up. They demostrated a few plying techniques that I already knew and one I didn't know and obviously need to work on. I'll try and take a photo of it today and put it on my blog so you can see how awful it is. *G*

btw.. your dogs look great!


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