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Old 11-15-2007, 06:31 PM   #1
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Well, Hubby and I are going away for a Vacation Sat Am, and not coming back till the 26th. *So I wont be posting much* And I have a friend of mine about 1.5hrs away that is taking care of my pooches for me. She has a Husky Puppy, Just barly 5 mo old. She is SOOOOOOOO Flipping pretty! But, OMG She is a SPAZ! Poor Falise and Tyson! lol The Husky hasn't had much a opportunity to be around other dogs, so she was Sooo Very much Over ecstatic. lol I was there over 5 hrs today, and she didn't lay down ONCE! lol She wouldn't leave Falise and tyson alone, so they had to put her in her crate just to give my two a break. But, Falise and her had a Blast running around the Back yard! I am sure in a cpl days it will get better. But, has anyone else ever seen a Puppy that just never Relaxed? My friend says she is like this ALL THE TIME. She paces, and doesn't stay still long. If only we could bottle the energy up! She will be sending me pics and stuff, so I will post when I get some

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Old 11-15-2007, 06:35 PM   #2
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Floyd, my aunt's American Cocker Spaniel, was like that. The energy was just pouring out of him! He wasn't very well-trained either, so that didn't help much!

I used to dogsit my neighbour's German Shorthaired Pointer/Weimaraner cross, Tess. She was about 5 years old, but she was just like that. I used to go over at 9:00 PM until 3:00 AM, and this girl would not lie down all night! She kept bringing me the ball or a toy, and barking at me. The kids (aged 2 and 1) were sleeping upstairs, too, so they would wake up. Then I'd have two kids and a very energetic dog running around the house at 1:00 AM.

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Old 11-15-2007, 06:58 PM   #3
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Have a Super Vacation, That is what I need on some Island or Beach?? lol
Your pooches will do fine, might help the dog settle down some in a few days. Have lots of enjoyment and see ya when you all return.....

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My huskies are just like that when ppl/ other pets come over, they are just so happy to have visitors...

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