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Author Topic : I took more photos of Flurry and Piper They are on FB
 Steph
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11/6/2018 10:11:44 AM reply with quote send message to Steph Object to Post   

Should find the album here.

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/edit/a.10216116409416528/

I love the drive in this girl. She tripped and never lost focus. There are some self stacked photos too. She turned 11 months Nov 5th, same days these were taken. And she is so very sweet. Loves to learn.

The black and white dog is a McNab. Her name is Piper and she is almost 2 1/2.
Piper has a bad bite (lower jaw a little short and also malaligned) and was supposed to be euthanized. Let's just say the breeder (who I have never met) does not know she is alive and as you can see, very happy. She is fun, sweet and a handful to train as she is really A D D, lol.
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The above brings up a blank FB page even when i copy and paste the entire URL.
 Steph
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