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My Girls Peach and Pink!

Peaches is 6 months old.




Pink 2 yrs. I have had her for 2 weeks, and shes just starting to pick up on her weight and her thin, brittle, dull, dry coat is starting to come in nice and thick and shiny!

OmegaWolf's picture
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Savannah, I think your two red girls are beautiful!!!

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Pink looks pretty good for only being with you 2 weeks!  Both girls look happy & alert  My guess is that Pink is thinking she has it good now & Peach, being a teenager, is playing rough?

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:) What beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing  :)for some reason I thought you had a blue dobie due to 'blue' in your name. Saw one of those at dog classes the other evening and I have to say she was exquisite. Two months older than Q and ohhh so elegent. Im not sure if Q is will ever be so lol but i love his gawkyness anyway :)

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I believe she still has her male Nemo who is a blue.

Q Tip wrote:

:) What beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing  :)for some reason I thought you had a blue dobie due to 'blue' in your name. Saw one of those at dog classes the other evening and I have to say she was exquisite. Two months older than Q and ohhh so elegent. Im not sure if Q is will ever be so lol but i love his gawkyness anyway :)

I think the blues are striking. I only wish they would hold there coat like the blacks. They are notorious for blowing there coats and having thin very sparse hair. The pictures of bluenemos blue dogs look like they have a good coat though.

We used to have a fawn which I also like if not for coat issues. Anyway I would take her every day to the school to pick up my daughter for socialization. The kids were funny they would come running up and ask if she was a goat. Of course it didn't help her ears were posted which I guess they thought were horns  ;D

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Thanks! Yea Pink is a very happy girl, and Peach is sooo rough with the other dogs. She pushes and pushes until Dori, my blue female, puts her on the ground. I have these 2 reds and also 2 blues. Someone offered to buy Peach today, I told him where he could go with his money :p LOL my furkids are NOT for sale! But thank you for the compliments! I would hav responded sooner but I have been busy, helping rehabilitate a baby Great Horned Owl, it was fledging and landed in the road and wouldn't move, so someone brought it to me and I had it for several days until the game warden could pick it up and take it to a Raptor center. He said for an untrained civilian to have been looking after the baby, it was in the best shape he'd seen. He said most of the baby raptors that people pick up are so sick or malnourished he has to put them down, but this one stood almost a 100% chance of being released! (YAY) To me it was common sense, even though I've never done it before. Fresh water in a small syringe, finely chopped raw boneless skinless chicken breast. Quiet, dark sleeping quarters, soft rope jesses (peices of rope or leather tied around their ankles and dangling about 4", you hold the dangling peices so the bird can't fly) and voila! Happy healthy baby Owl!! I'll try to post pics of it tomorrow

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That's got to make you feel pretty good.  A future in falconry for you, perhaps?

I could see someone liking your dogs - I hope you were polite to the gentleman.  ;)

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Yes it made me feel pretty good, since the only baby birds I have raised are sparrows and chickadees, and starlings. Slightly different care for a raptor lol. And I did ask about getting licensed to rehabilitate raptors.

And of course I was polite lol. I politely but firmly told him I don't sell my childrren. lol