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    Something else to consider is how high the fence...

    Something else to consider is how high the fence will be and how much snow you expect to come off the roof. A couple of winters, we had huge snow piles against the barn, which were packed enough so...
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    Try typing the title of your post into google....

    Try typing the title of your post into google. One of the top links should be for the British Carriage Dog Society

    While it is geared towards Dalmatians, I would think it would be similar for ACDs.
  3. I would say no to waiting to get paid until the...

    I would say no to waiting to get paid until the horse sells.

    What if the horse doesn't sell and goes back to the owner? Will back board be paid? The trainer may want to take a chance with her...
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    My first thought was Chunky Monkey, for body...

    My first thought was Chunky Monkey, for body style and personality.
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    Meader Supply (www.meadersupply.com...

    Meader Supply (www.meadersupply.com) makes bits for drafts. You'll find some basic snaffles, but not the fancy ones. They do have bits up to 6.5" though.
  6. Not as oddbal as one might think

    just google dog helmet :)

    http://www.hunterk9.com/site/870877/product/588

    Seems bikers want to keep their canine companions safe :)
  7. just google dog helmet :) ...

    just google dog helmet :)

    http://www.hunterk9.com/site/870877/product/588

    Seems bikers want to keep their canine companions safe :)
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    It looks like it might be an Irish Bank(?) in...

    It looks like it might be an Irish Bank(?) in show jumping. It's similarly steep on the other side, and the horse is supposed to get to the top and then pitter-patter down part-way on the other side...
  9. The baby fangs are like needles. The adult fangs...

    The baby fangs are like needles. The adult fangs are generally more substantial. The fangs come out around six months.
  10. ~6 months

    My vet uses the caveat that if they have their permanent teeth, they're old enough to spay. That usually happens around 6 months. I've never waited for the first heat. Their ignorance is my bliss.
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