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They always manage to find some mud!

Took Norah the GSD, Red the Dobie and my friend's mutt out with the horses this afternoon. It's hot and dry here at the moment, but my two managed to find some mud and get it all over their legs!!
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"Norah" GSD 18/09/12
"Bismarck" GSD 02/09/14
"Isis", horse 5 years
"Minty" pony 32 years
"Comrie" and "Mouse" cats 9 and 4 years

"Red" Dobie 27/05/10 - 31/10/15
"Oscar" Dalmatian 02/02/02 - 16/03/12

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lovely, I'd recognise NZ even when it is brown - where is the green grass and sheep!

Where about in NZ is that?


if your GSD is eating and eating and eating and losing weight - please consider testing for EPI.


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Hi! Just outside Gisborne, not much green grass at the moment, we'd been through a few mobs of sheep earlier in the ride...Are you from NZ?

"Norah" GSD 18/09/12
"Bismarck" GSD 02/09/14
"Isis", horse 5 years
"Minty" pony 32 years
"Comrie" and "Mouse" cats 9 and 4 years

"Red" Dobie 27/05/10 - 31/10/15
"Oscar" Dalmatian 02/02/02 - 16/03/12
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I was born in Auckland, but immigrated to OZ almost 40 years ago now (I was young!!!), not familiar with Gisborne but I can tell NZ rolling hills anywhere!


if your GSD is eating and eating and eating and losing weight - please consider testing for EPI.


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I've been her for 8 years this month, the scenery still takes my breath away, and I'm lucky enough to have several station owners here who not only let me ride across their land and through their stock, but who don't mind me taking the dogs...

"Norah" GSD 18/09/12
"Bismarck" GSD 02/09/14
"Isis", horse 5 years
"Minty" pony 32 years
"Comrie" and "Mouse" cats 9 and 4 years

"Red" Dobie 27/05/10 - 31/10/15
"Oscar" Dalmatian 02/02/02 - 16/03/12
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sounds like a wonderful place to live


if your GSD is eating and eating and eating and losing weight - please consider testing for EPI.


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They always manage to find some mud!

I love NZ, had a holiday there just recently. Is gisborne in the north or South Island?


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East coast of the North Island, it was a bit of a culture shock coming from the UK, because it's so cut off, but fabulous climate!

"Norah" GSD 18/09/12
"Bismarck" GSD 02/09/14
"Isis", horse 5 years
"Minty" pony 32 years
"Comrie" and "Mouse" cats 9 and 4 years

"Red" Dobie 27/05/10 - 31/10/15
"Oscar" Dalmatian 02/02/02 - 16/03/12
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