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PostSubject: Thanksgiving in a Dog Park   Sun Nov 25, 2018 3:42 pm

My nieces really wanted to have Thanksgiving this year even though we were all in Maine for my mom's funeral on Monday. They cajoled and promised that they would do all the cooking. Josh offered to stay at the house with the dogs and keep the stoves going so...Sunday, traveled 11 hours to the middle of Maine, Monday, early afternoon memorial, Monday mid afternoon...travel 11 hours BACK trying to beat the really nasty weather coming in through Massachusetts. Arrived home after midnight Mon night/Tues morning. Shopping on Tuesday...guests arrive Wed mid-afternoon...

Including Miss Rosie, my nieces 1 yr old shepherd mix (who is ALL EARS!!!) And...we had Archer as well. Started the evening with Z'ev and Archer leashed to avoid any conflicts. Ami, of course, was his wonderful, happy, gentle self. And...surprise, surprise, it was Z'ev who we let off leash first. Z'ev loved her...even searched the house for her after they left.

On of the nieces referred to it as Dogsgiving...4 50 pound plus dogs roaming the kitchen with 12 people is...quite the event lol! Z'ev did himself proud, too. My sister, before I woke up, succumbed to Z'ev's pleadings and let him out of the crate. Loose...no muzzle, no collars, nada. I came out of our bedroom, groggy, unaware, to meet Ami, Rosie and Z'ev, all loose, roaming and Z'ev as happy as a clam! Me? Not so much - I know how quickly Z'ev can go from Mr. Hyde to Dr. Jeckyll.

Here- a pic of Ami, Rosie and Z'ev. My niece posted a great video of all 4 dogs playing out back but I can't figure out how to get it from FB to here with her privacy settings Sad

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PostSubject: Re: Thanksgiving in a Dog Park   Sun Nov 25, 2018 11:51 pm

Awww, I'm so glad to hear Z'ev has improved so much. Love the picture but dang does it look cold!
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PostSubject: Re: Thanksgiving in a Dog Park   Mon Nov 26, 2018 12:02 am

Sounds like a busy weekend!
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PostSubject: Re: Thanksgiving in a Dog Park   Mon Nov 26, 2018 1:39 am

@Artic_Wind wrote:
Awww, I'm so glad to hear Z'ev has improved so much. Love the picture but dang does it look cold!

Cold? COLD?!!? Friggin' record breaking cold! The high Thanksgiving was about 11° overnight low be -2°!!!
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