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    Default When You Take a Dog to the Barn . . .

    . . . make sure they are dressed appropriately.

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    it's tail is dragging the ground, must be a reiner.



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    Wow, that triggered some ancient childhood memory. Very very cute, especially as that dog has the correct conformation and perfect scale. Reminds me of a hackney.
    I love your posts Mike. Thanks for finding the fun things



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    My pleasure!
    "No matter how well you perform there's always somebody of intelligent opinion who thinks it's lousy." - Laurence Olivier



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    That is adorable, and a very well done costume to boot. Thanks for sharing.



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    Naaa wouldn't that be one of those roundy-round shows?? Walk/trot/canter both ways. A reiner might step on that tail!! LOL

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    it's tail is dragging the ground, must be a reiner.



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    toe is too long, needs a better trim job

    but my youngest daughter used to harness our trained protection German Shepherd Dog and make him pull her around the pastures in her wagon

    he gladly went about the task, tail would just be wagging as he toted her around


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