Pronunciation: (on'u-rer"ē), [key]
1. given for honor only, without the usual requirements, duties, privileges, emoluments, etc.: The university presented the new governor with an honorary degree.
2. holding a title or position conferred for honor only: an honorary president.
3. (of an obligation) depending on one's honor for fulfillment.
4. conferring or commemorating honor or distinction.
5. given, made, or serving as a token of honor: an honorary gift.
Thanks to everyone who gave such encouraging and wonderful comments. :cool2: The dobe part is not as important as the intelligence part and she definately has that. She catches on so quickly as to what is unwanted behavior. She only had two bad habits of jumping up on you and mouthing your hands and she quit them after only three or four days of me pushing her down or removing my hands. It is just exciting for me to watch her develop.
It is time for me to start training her to do a few simple things and I'll get a pic of all of her. I wanted to fatten her up a little first.
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