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    Lovely pictures. That 2nd one looks like Koda's just been bitten by somthing....made me laugh !!


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    I love your dogs, especially Dodge. I'm still not over there are blue kelpie's. I LOVE the second shot of Koda. Are your dogs outside dogs?. Where did Dodge come from?. God, I wish I could come take photo's of your two. I love taking photo's with my camera, lol. Do they both need a lot of exercise?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Lovely pictures. That 2nd one looks like Koda's just been bitten by somthing....made me laugh !!
    haha it does too! he was actually chasing the water from the hose... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahlz View Post
    I love your dogs, especially Dodge. I'm still not over there are blue kelpie's. I LOVE the second shot of Koda. Are your dogs outside dogs?. Where did Dodge come from?. God, I wish I could come take photo's of your two. I love taking photo's with my camera, lol. Do they both need a lot of exercise?.
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    Blue Kelpies arent really that common, i have only ever seen them on websites like the trading post. And i have never actually met another one in real life.
    It is a very striking colour
    Sadly... yes my dogs are outside dogs... i really, really wish they could be inside, but because of other family members oppinions i cant win :/
    Dodge was from a friend of ours who's working Kelpies had a litter. It was quite a big litter too, all black and tan pups except for Dodge, a small blue and tan who at the time had a skin condition, the man who was selling the pups thought she wasent worth anything and he tried go just give her to us for free, but we refused to pay nothing for such a gorgeous pup
    They do need plenty of exercise, Dodge gets most of her exercise from doing the rounds of the property, and also rounding up the cattle and chooks. She is worn out by the end of most days.
    Australian shepherds apparently need lots of exercise, but with Koda i can throw a tennis ball 10 times and he is basicly dead i also do agility with him so that is good exercise for him.
    And of course there is walks too, lol

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    You probably get that a lot, but I thought Dodge was a boy and Koda a girl.

    They are both stunning. My faves are Koda rolling on his back and that last one of Dodge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    You probably get that a lot, but I thought Dodge was a boy and Koda a girl.

    They are both stunning. My faves are Koda rolling on his back and that last one of Dodge.
    Yeah i do get that a lot... haha i dont mind too much though i mean Dodge does sound very boyish... lol
    at first i thought Banjo was a boy too

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    Yeah, Banjo is a boys' name. But what's in a name...

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