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Very nice pictures. He is grwoing up isn't he. Is the 3rd picture of him graduating from training classes..?

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yeah, that was graduation from Basic Obedience last Saturday! He did very well...

and yes, his hair is VERY short. From any distance, it almost looks like skin!
 

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He's looking so cute. He looks so sad in the grad. pic. Maybe sad to be leaving all his new friends? I like the hat.
 

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DreamDoby said:
He's looking so cute. He looks so sad in the grad. pic. Maybe sad to be leaving all his new friends? I like the hat.

Sad? It looks to me more like he was out to late with his frat brothers the night before graduation :)

Those are awsome pics!!
 

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He is so big and very handsome!!!! You better sit him down though and have a talk with him about binge drinking though!!!
Did you have his tail docked? For some reason I have it stuck in my head he was all natural when you adopted him. (not that it matters, I'm just curious :)
I'm so glad that he's healthy, I remember how worried and concerned we all were when we thought his leg had developmental problems.
 

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TracyJo said:
He is so big and very handsome!!!! You better sit him down though and have a talk with him about binge drinking though!!!
Did you have his tail docked? For some reason I have it stuck in my head he was all natural when you adopted him. (not that it matters, I'm just curious :)
I'm so glad that he's healthy, I remember how worried and concerned we all were when we thought his leg had developmental problems.
Thanks for your concern. He is doing very well. Yes, I had his tail docked, but as you can see, I left his ears alone. Training-wise, he is doing very well. The only thing REALLY trying my patience is the loose-leash walking, but have made great progress there as well.

Yes, I was so relieved when I learned that his leg condition did not require surgery. A couple of bottles of supplements later (and superior nutrition) the condition is undetectable (at least I can't see it).
 
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