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Date Posted: 10:48:53 11/14/06 Tue
Author: Cathy C. & Princess P.
Subject: Re: The kennel crate sounds like a good idea!....
In reply to:
's message, "Re: The kennel crate sounds like a good idea!...." on 17:22:47 11/12/06 Sun
That's me! :) Yep there are times when I go into the Princess' den that I don't know if she's going to love me to death or try to kill me, and how many times this might happen each day. I finally learned that to keep her temper at a minimum I keep my hands down and don't pester her. And always come with an offering (hazelnut, walnut).
"There is one HOF that visits here regularly, I think its Cathy, she has told many stories on how her little girl get nasty when she is in heat and right after reverts back to her sweet self".
Agnes!!!! Your Dobe lived to 19?!?!?! Oh how lucky and rare that is. My Dobergirl was 11 when cancer took her away from me. She was a permanent attachment to my leg for 11 years. My mom got her for a watchdog but Sam girl begged me for the 1st year of her life to be mine and finally mom just signed her over to me. We were together, like peanut butter and jam. I felt bad, taking my mom's dog and all. But a better friend I'd never had. She loved my water bed, had her own pillow and blanket which she would sleep under (I didn't have heat in my upstairs bedroom). More than a couple times I woke up with Sam stretched out on her side, head on *my* pillow and blanket pulled up under her chin. How that happened is fun to think about, surely it wasn't on purpose. This dog would not hurt a flea, I watched her inch her way up to one of our regular yard rabbits while it was washing up one morning. The closer Sami got the bigger her eyes got and her nose was nearly on the rabbit before it moved. How could that rabbit know Sam wouldn't hurt it? She was big and black, weighed 95 lbs. I would take Sam out in the yard in the summer mornings and dip a really soft brush in the morning dew and give her dew baths. Such special times. Someday I intend on having more Dobermans, though for now I love my Beagle/Shepard mix Missy, who I found in a shelter and would not bring any competition home for her. She's also very special, my dog kid.
> As for your dog , I did have a Doberman that could
>not stand to be away from me. When it was bed time ,
>he'd follow me up stairs and beside my bed was a long
>lease an his own pillow. He was happy to sleep beside
>my bed all night. On rare occasion he'd wake me to go
>potty. But until he died at 19 half years he sleep by
>my bed side. I've had many dogs since and at the
>moment I have 4 and all are very contented to sack out
>on their own beds downstairs all night. All of Gods
>creature have their own personalities and their own
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