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Date:7/22/2014 4:08:52 PM
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Hi, here is your Saturday vote:O I met a nice lady on the internet. She lives about an hour from us. She has 10+ dogs: a Great Dane, Pomeranians, Austrailian terrior, Min Pins, Austrialian Shepherds, and Austrailian Cattle Dog(also known as Blue Heeler. I think that is all of them. I may have lost count. But she bred the Austrailian Shepherds this week and decided to sell some of her dogs that she allready has. But she also decided she had one she wanted to give away. She gave that one me. We picked her up yesterday, Friday. I named her Queenie. I put her photo below in Fancy's photos. Fancy had a lot of interest in Queenie, but Queenie stayed far back from Fancy. Considering Fancy's strike tolerance for dogs, I agree with Queenie. I will not let her get to close to Fancy yet. I do want Queenie to accompany Fancy and I on our outings in the future.

"If you had seven oranges in one hand and eight in the other hand, what would you have? ...Really Big Hands!" (unknown)
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