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Old 05-05-2015, 08:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default First ~three years (picture heavy)

Thought I'd share some highlights of my girl from 8 weeks up to current (2 years, 9 months). One heck of an awesome adventure!


















































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WOW!!! Gorgeous dog (love the kitty, too). Great pictures! Thanks for posting. Enjoyed looking through them.
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Beautiful dog!

You are too funny with serial offender.

She loves her kitty, that is very sweet.
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Beautiful dog! Great pics!
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She's beautiful - thank you for sharing
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She is beautiful! There are some very funny pics mixed in there, lol.

Did you ever have trouble with the dog bothering the cat, or did they get along well from the start?
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Thanks for the kind words!

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Did you ever have trouble with the dog bothering the cat, or did they get along well from the start?
I got the kitten a week after the dog (they're conveniently a week apart in age), and they've always gotten along very well. Sometimes the dog wants to play with the cat when the cat doesn't, and that usually results in the cat trying to put up a fight (ie. lay on the back and stick paws in the air) for 10-15 seconds before giving up and running off.

Other times the cat is the troublemaker... she's got a habit of (playfully) biting the dog's tail when we're getting ready to go for a walk. Or she'll come up and jump on top of the dog, biting the face, etc. I'm a bit worried about the cat's claws being close to the dog's eyes, but so far no issues, and I generally don't let that kind of play go on.

They're generally pretty passive towards each other. The cat drinks from the dog's bowl (refuses to use her own), and sometimes even eats from the dog's bowl, too (they eat exactly the same raw food).
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