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04-27-2014 12:09 PM
TWHITE865 Thank you, CelticGlory. Gatlin is a great pup...but he is still a pup AND...he is NOT a GSD or a Staffy. It has taken us a long long time to get used to the Dobe way. I had researched and spoken with many friends who have both shown and rescued Dobes and I thought I had a pretty good understanding of the breed. Boy was I wrong. LOL He is probably the most stubborn dog I have ever lived with....bar none (and I have had many many many breeds throughout my lifetime). My husband thinks he is the dumbest dog to ever breath...but thats so not true. He is extremely smart, he is just extremely stubborn. Our GSDs will do nearly anything we ask, first time, everytime, all day long. Gatlin has to think about it and weigh out in his mind the pros and cons of said action. Pretty smart if ya ask me. LOLOL
04-25-2014 07:06 AM
CelticGlory I love that Doberman! Its just something about their looks that I just love!

All of your crew are so cute as well!
04-25-2014 01:08 AM
TWHITE865 Thank you all for your kind words. As for my Nattie bug (as I call her).....I couldn't change that kid even if I wanted to. She is 3 going on 21 (and she told me just that the other day). That kid is absolutely HILARIOUS.
04-24-2014 11:57 PM
Nigel
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Thank you, SunCzarina. Natalie is an absolute hoot. So so smart (too smart for her own good) and the funniest kid Ive ever met. Can ya tell she is Miss Independent? Bless her heart. She insists on picking out her own clothes. God Love her, she looks like she got dressed in the dark. LOL
I have two daughters who dressed the same way, nothing ever matched, purple sock, green sock, red shirt etc.. Luckily this faded with time, not really a problem for me, but it drove my wife nuts, great looking bunch, kids and dogs.
04-24-2014 11:20 PM
SunCzarina
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She insists on picking out her own clothes. God Love her, she looks like she got dressed in the dark. LOL
Embrace the funky! My daughter has always had her own sense of funky too. She's in 3rd grade now, thankfully she still is her own person doing her own funky little thing instead of dressing like all the other girls who try to look like they're in Jr High.
04-24-2014 09:01 PM
lorihd@comcast.net how stinkin cute!!!!! beautiful dogs and grandchildren!
04-24-2014 12:15 AM
TWHITE865 Thank you, SunCzarina. Natalie is an absolute hoot. So so smart (too smart for her own good) and the funniest kid Ive ever met. Can ya tell she is Miss Independent? Bless her heart. She insists on picking out her own clothes. God Love her, she looks like she got dressed in the dark. LOL
04-23-2014 11:06 PM
SunCzarina Welcome back. That picture of your granddaughter and the doberman is a framer!
04-23-2014 11:03 PM
TWHITE865 Aww. Thank you, CindyMDBecker. Im so proud of my babies (two and four legged, alike). Coltin, my grandson, had a massive stroke shortly after birth. 90% of the left side of his brain was damaged so his right side is affected. Our hope is that interacting with Rossi will encourage him to use his arm more. He is our miracle baby and is already surpassing what doctors had predicted. He is trying to walk now (his right leg functions better than his arm). Rossi pup is great with him and seems to know that he is a special needs baby. It will melt your heart to watch them together.
04-23-2014 09:37 PM
CindyMDBecker Well a very warm welcome back to you and your beautiful group (including the grandkids)!
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