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Old 01-16-2009   #11
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Aimee is predominately austrailian shepard with maybe some golden retriever mixed in. We found her wandering the road as a puppy, she still had her puppy teeth. She's a tri color merle.
She is very active and needs a job, I have trained her as an air scent search and rescue dog.
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LOL it must be her day off! (nice picture! I thought it looked like a toddler bed... never would have guessed futon)
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Ah, I love that shot!

You have an actual BED for that pooch?


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