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  1. It's been a while. Misha and I have been busy backpacking and hiking all over oregon this past year. She's become quite the backpacking companion and is perfectly suited to my needs in a companion. She settles so well when we aren't out and about, currenlty asleep as I type this. Not much new other than she LOVES swimming, and will hop into water most chances she gets granted its warm enough. She and I took a 20mi backpacking trip in two days in the Wallowa Mountains, also referred to as the 'Swiss Alps of Oregon.' And that kept her quiet and mellow for at least a week before she was
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  2. While watching NBC Nightly News tonight, I was surprised by a beautiful story about a group named Ayita, which means first to dance...get a tissue... To help her daughter pursue her passion for dance, Sami Gibson founded Ayita— a dance team for children who glide and spin in their wheelchairs, delighting their parents with their amazing grace. [url="https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/video/dance-group-brings-joy-to-girls-in-wheelchairs-1419394627871"
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  3. Wow only 26 lbs!!. I am amazed at the size range...thats about 1/2 a Zuni! She is real pretty!
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  4. Wow she has two "chest eagles". Very pretty. Cake can be a "bitch" too. Mostly she doesn't like other female dogs but not always. She was seriously jealous of Waka but not Lili and Koana. If she's on lead and we see her amp up, like at the beach we can tell her NO and she changes her tune. Then we praise the heck out of her. I don't really know what sets her off. Maybe she feels her title as UberPrincess is threatened? Fenris was obsessed with Waka and jilted Cake for her.
    1 point
  5. They definitely can react to vaccinations and oral flea/ tick meds, even ones they have been ok with in the past. My vet always advises to watch them for a day after and bring them back if they crash to hard or act weird. Waki did have a head tremor once but the vet thought it might have been an electrolyte imbalance. I gave him gator aid I think. Can't remember. Anyway it stopped and hasn't happened since. Been a few years now.
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  6. I have one dog like this. She's a witch, a Svengali, a Siren... Kim warned me not to fall prey to her "tricky little mind", but it is amazing to watch her work her magic on people.
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  7. It's just a big hobby of mine. I do occasionally do shoots for people who want them. Misha makes for a good model.
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  8. Wow!! What a beautiful Doggie. Your doing such an amazing job raising her:)
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  9. Misha's becoming such a wonderful canine companion, we went to the beach and she listened every time and came the second I'd call her back as it usually takes her a couple times to recall. She's grown braver too, as she jumped down a ledge into water, which she's always just whined and looked down and would find a more gradual slope to the water. And... She had her first swim! She usually doesn't go in past her belly so it was a shock to see her swimming. She's also gotten more vocal about certain things. Squirrels, at people drifting by in a boat, just many situations that she'
    1 point
  10. The deck affords a good under cover view of squirrel, quail, turkey and bug land.
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