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Old 05-23-2014, 09:26 AM   #11
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Congratulaions, she looks beautiful.

Our Molly says "woof". (That's mutt for "I approve")

Awesome!
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Old 07-01-2014, 09:10 AM   #12
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Here's an update. She has already doubled in size I think.
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Old 07-01-2014, 09:44 AM   #13
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That's great. got our dog in a slightly different way. First I was the one that really didn't want another pet. We went to our son's house and his Shih tzu had puppies and they had one left, My wife picked it up and was holding it next thing you she is feeling a little warmer and wet. 2 weeks later we were over again and again she picked it up and was trying to convince me that we needed this puppy. Well it did it again, I could see no way out at this point so I told the wife it looks like the dog has marked it's territory. I work a lot of hours so sometimes my wife's only companion is the dog so it all worked out. They do work their way into your life , this is our Bailee and she likes the fact you got Molly or Molly got you.
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Old 07-01-2014, 02:39 PM   #14
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Pretty cute! I might be a little prejudice....
I have a hard time getting the little one out of the camper once she gets in..she is ready to go!
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Old 07-01-2014, 10:06 PM   #15
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That's great. got our dog in a slightly different way. First I was the one that really didn't want another pet. We went to our son's house and his Shih tzu had puppies and they had one left, My wife picked it up and was holding it next thing you she is feeling a little warmer and wet. 2 weeks later we were over again and again she picked it up and was trying to convince me that we needed this puppy. Well it did it again, I could see no way out at this point so I told the wife it looks like the dog has marked it's territory. I work a lot of hours so sometimes my wife's only companion is the dog so it all worked out. They do work their way into your life , this is our Bailee and she likes the fact you got Molly or Molly got you.

Friends of ours have a male and female bull mastiffs. Those are horse sized dogs, seriously. Well, she just had EIGHT puppies.

From birth to two weeks those babies have doubled in size already. Yeah....I want one BAD, but what the heck would we do with a horse sized dog in our 5er.

LOL, Saturday we were visiting and both the adult dogs decided they *needed* to sit in my lap....at the same time!
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Old 07-08-2014, 07:16 AM   #16
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OK now she has learned to strike a pose. Last weekend one of the other dogs taught her how to dig.
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So Molly has completed her very first camping trip. She did very well. In fact, as we were pulling out on to the interstate and I'm trying to merge in, she moves over to the window behind me and proceeds to roll down the window like she is going to help me out. Now I'm frantically trying to get the window up and inspect my blind spot at the same time but it won't go up because she has her paw on it. I finally get it locked and up. I'll have to add that to the check list for next trip. She had a great time camping and spent much of the day on a line laying in the sun. She's actually smart enough to unwrap herself from the tree when she gets looped around it too many times.
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Second Trip

Turns out Molly loves camping. Attaching a photo of her waiting patiently for her two furry brothers to show up. They showed up a few hours after we did.
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Meet Molly Again

Well guess who just turned 2. She is full size now but still posing. I just thought I'd send an update. This year we have upgraded and retired the leashes. As we now have four dogs this got to be very challenging. Now we have a lighted fence that we will be assembling around our camp spots. We camped with friends last year that did this and are now convinced that is the way to go.
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Bat approves! and welcomes Molly to the wonderful world of camping!

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