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    It all depends on a couple of things, OP. What...

    It all depends on a couple of things, OP.
    What make/model of "small SUV" do you have?
    How big are the dogs? (for crate sizing, height/length may be more useful than weight)
    How much of the back of...
  2. The first one that was listed (the telescoping...

    The first one that was listed (the telescoping one) is the one that I had (gave it to my folks for their dogs, as my current crew doesn't need it). It's a good one - I bought mine after using the...
  3. Concrete? (it's grey after all!) I also...

    Concrete? (it's grey after all!)

    I also really like the name Grey or Gray, however you spell it.
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    Wasn't mine, but many years ago, I worked for a...

    Wasn't mine, but many years ago, I worked for a polo player who had an Isuzu NPR box truck as a horse hauler - had a small box between cab and big box that was set up for tack, and we regularly...
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    Concrete, not sealed, but smooth finished, with a...

    Concrete, not sealed, but smooth finished, with a very inexpensive (and very thin) indoor/outdoor rug on top. Makes the sweeping a little tougher, but keeps me from slipping if it's wet, and keeps...
  6. OP, I can totally see both sides of the issue...

    OP, I can totally see both sides of the issue here - it's tough for all parties.
    In your shoes, here's what I think I would do.

    I would NOT attempt public fundraising on behalf of this one dog. ...
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    Buckeye Ultimate Finish is an extruded pellet in...

    Buckeye Ultimate Finish is an extruded pellet in the 25% and 40% formulas and granulated in the 100%. (And the 25% smells like cookies!)
  8. They do have leg wraps and blankets sized for big...

    They do have leg wraps and blankets sized for big dogs, so maybe one of those could work...
    http://www.backontrackproducts.com/Dog-Products/Dog-Leg-Hock-Wraps-c23/
    Keep in mind that the dog...
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    Might cost a little more, but you could look into...

    Might cost a little more, but you could look into the rubber contact material that we use on agility equipment.
    If you're a total DIYer: ...
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    What ReSomething said with respect to the siting...

    What ReSomething said with respect to the siting of the fenceline if you have to maintain it.

    If you're going to mow it, I'd set the fenceline one mower-path (how ever wide that is for your...
  11. As far as I'm concerned, Snowflake, your karma...

    As far as I'm concerned, Snowflake, your karma should be clear - they lost out by not being patient, and your willingness to commit to what had to pontential to be a very long rehab is being paid...
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    Jingling for you eg2!

    Jingling for you eg2!
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    RxCate, hopefully this is helpful, since I'm on...

    RxCate, hopefully this is helpful, since I'm on the Eastern Shore, too. When I bought my place (in 2009) I had inspections set up for the general house stuff and a separate inspection for the septic...
  14. I've used the Addiction freeze dried formulas...

    I've used the Addiction freeze dried formulas before, and didn't have any issues with my crew (but they're a pretty hale and hearty bunch). Love the idea of the Orijen/Acana, but noticed we had some...
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    Don't know if you'd categorize this as a "pro" or...

    Don't know if you'd categorize this as a "pro" or "con" but in my limited experience of 1... "foster failure".

    Yep, I fostered a dog for my county humane society last year for heartworm...
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    If you decide to try again with the crate...

    If you decide to try again with the crate training, you can still use a box, just cut some holes in it for airflow, and nothing says that you have to cover ALL the sides of it, either. For my guys,...
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    When I saw you calling her Opie as a barn name, I...

    When I saw you calling her Opie as a barn name, I totally thought "Mayberry"!
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    While I totally agree with the principle here, I...

    While I totally agree with the principle here, I have to say, please don't use a blanket, bath towel or anything that can be pulled into the crate and ingested. If you want to go this route, get a...
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    I'd leave them all where they are currently (so...

    I'd leave them all where they are currently (so long as it's a good barn and you trust the care) and get the new place set up before bringing the whole crew home. Between moving your household and...
  20. Thanks for the heads up! I just scored a backup...

    Thanks for the heads up! I just scored a backup 100g highneck (in a 72).
    There seem to still be a few of those available for anyone looking. I have the sheet and midweight versions of it and it's...
  21. What Go Fish said - she can afford to be picky...

    What Go Fish said - she can afford to be picky because there's always food available.

    My crew (3 of whom are corgis) get breakfast, dinner and training rewards - that's it. If they don't eat...
  22. 2Dogs, you definitely earned those nice sellers! ...

    2Dogs, you definitely earned those nice sellers! Geez, that's some scary stuff there!
  23. Yep, 2Dogs, count yourself lucky! I did luck out...

    Yep, 2Dogs, count yourself lucky! I did luck out in that Big Don didn't actually build the house himself - just did a good bit of the finishing work on his own...

    The Prius is only my back-up...
  24. That's totally OK, OP - I use my Prius to pick up...

    That's totally OK, OP - I use my Prius to pick up hay! I can get three bales of timothy with the seats folded!

    And I think that your Ted (previous owner) must have a cousin over here on the East...
  25. I would muzzle every night and add more food...

    I would muzzle every night and add more food during the day while she's in - maybe some alfalfa pellets (as JB suggests) or even just more hay if she'll eat it. It's so much easier to control what...
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