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Old 12-15-2012, 12:47 AM   #491
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The little one is Marleau and the big one is Bauer.

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Old 12-15-2012, 06:50 PM   #492
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well, i got a new brewing assistant last night...

8 week old golden retriever, "Finley"

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Old 12-15-2012, 11:23 PM   #493
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Old 12-17-2012, 07:49 PM   #494
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she who makes me bake her spent grain treats:

(AKA cirka, the nova scotia duck tolling retriever)

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Old 12-17-2012, 08:27 PM   #495
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My 2 German Short-Hair Pointers

They live a life of ease roaming the golf course all day

Moose - chocolate

Norman - tick (spotted)

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Old 12-17-2012, 09:16 PM   #496
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she who makes me bake her spent grain treats:

(AKA cirka, the nova scotia duck tolling retriever)
Good looking dog! Looks very friendly.

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Old 12-18-2012, 04:04 AM   #497
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My 2 German Short-Hair Pointers

They live a life of ease roaming the golf course all day

Moose - chocolate

Norman - tick (spotted)
GREAT looking dogs, sir. I especially like Norman's tick coloring. He reminds me of my two short hairs that I trained from pups. Lots of hours went into those dogs. Hundreds of Chukars, Hungarians, Quail and Pheasants shot over them. So many amazing great memories of epic retrieves. They both passed while I was deployed to Baghad last year
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she who makes me bake her spent grain treats:

(AKA cirka, the nova scotia duck tolling retriever)
As the poster above said, she is a really nice looking dog.

But pink noses always seem so strange to me. Maybe because I'm used to seeing pink in that area from a dog who scratches his muzzle so often that it gets bare around the nose.
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thanks for the compliments... she is indeed a very pretty dog.

tollers can have either black or pink noses. i've gotten so used to her pink nose that when i see a black one they look un-natural to me. yet another example of how my dog is training me.

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tollers can have either black or pink noses. i've gotten so used to her pink nose that when i see a black one they look un-natural to me. yet another example of how my dog is training me.
I've had 5 Australian Shepherds over the years, some come with brown or black noses, but often they are born with pink or speckled noses that usually fill in. Occasionally one dog's nose won't all fill in, and you end up with a speckled nose. They are more prone to sunburn on their nose, but that's not too much of a big deal.

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