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Old 08-31-2014, 09:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Kiersten and I took the puppies to the lake with a couple friends yesterday. They did so good. It was their first time swimming.









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Old 08-31-2014, 09:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Is that a rottie? Love when their ears aren't clipped C:

My favorite is the first picture!!! Dope!
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Now that is a bunch of happy wet dogs Great pictures!
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Thanks, Yes that is a Rottie. I got some great pictures of Dexter(rottie) diving off the dog with my waterproof camera. Unfortunately they are not wanting to load onto the computer
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Great photos and very good looking dogs! The puppy's growing up! Also, that Rottie is in nice shape, which is very cool to see.

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Is that a rottie? Love when their ears aren't clipped C:
Haha, I might just be tired and confused, but I don't think Rotties ears are clipped, ever? Their tails are traditionally docked, as this Rottie's tail seems to be. Are you thinking of Doberman Pinschers? Those come in black/rust as well and are traditionally docked and cropped. Or you might be thinking of some bully or molosser breeds that are sometimes cropped?
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Thanks, yes the Rottie is in great shape!
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