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    Looks like the photo post has been "approved" now - so that photos linked off site will show up. Until a newbie makes about 10 posts - links to off site get the whole post hidden from everyone except moderators And we don't notice the very subtle indicator that the post is not all as it should be.

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    Cool cool. vB has changed so much since I last did any moderating, it's crazy

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    what a cute pup, i saw the photo's when Sean popped them in his post.
    He's so gorgeous. And laid back. < i simply dont trust it.

    But then again, i went to a training session with 4 malinois, and one was a couch potatoe, nothing like a mal at all. Yet her sister, was the full on model? So they do crop up from time to time.

    Glad you have a chilled one. Perhaps you can have a garden that's hole less too?

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    Mostly hole-less, still has the occasional dig, but you wouldn't notice unless you were looking for them. We have a little garden section up the back he digs in occasionally, but you can't really see it. He doesn't seem to care much for jumping either, but the fence should be pretty secure regardless. Hasn't destroyed any furniture bar a sprinkler I left out in the yard, and he's usually satisfied and passes out after a ~4km walk in the evening - jeez owning a husky is easy, I dunno what everyone complains about He still drops a lot of hair though ...

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    Sounds like you did get lucky with his energy levels That hair though!! Neither of my dogs shed like that!... not all year around at least. Koda does shed a lot in spring, but it doesn't last long and a daily brush keeps it very under control.

    I got lucky with my Aussie Shepherd too. His mother is a working dog, full of energy, and hyper. His dad is a show dog, but still crazy But in general, Koda is pretty chilled out when it comes to exercise. 30 to 45 minutes of casual walking and he's happy. Or even just 10 - 15 minutes of playing with my Kelpie or playing fetch, and he's done for the day

    He's the complete opposite of my Kelpie, she could run for days on end without stopping... even at the age of 9!

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    Yeah, definitely not an ideal breed for people that dislike constant hair in their mouth, ticking their nose, and as condiments on your meals. It probably helps insulate your feet from the tiles though. I wipe my feet off on my carpet before jumping into bed and usually a big hairball comes off the bottom of my feet.

    After a quick 5 min brush this morning:



    This stuff would work great for super soft pillows
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    Hi thingz

    We got Morgan (the forum owner) to install a "spaminator" and I think the 10 post limit is something to do with that. Before that, moderating was a PITA - so much spam.

    We still get a bit but they have to work manually.

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    See how long it takes to catch me out for spamming too many pictures

    Also forgot this pic I got of him on the first day, he's so tiny!



    He's outgrown that collar by about 3 sizes now
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    awww he's gorgeous, you keep em coming, that is one cute pup.
    sedate you say

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    What a stunning pup you have and please don't apologise for photos ! Love seeing photos of pups !


    Quote Originally Posted by Thingz View Post
    Yeah, definitely not an ideal breed for people that dislike constant hair in their mouth, ticking their nose, and as condiments on your meals. It probably helps insulate your feet from the tiles though. I wipe my feet off on my carpet before jumping into bed and usually a big hairball comes off the bottom of my feet.

    After a quick 5 min brush this morning:



    This stuff would work great for super soft pillows
    Put the hair in onion bags and up in the trees - the birds will love you !

    At least you don't have a Newf !

    Newf.jpg

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