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Old 01-01-2003, 09:31 PM
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You'll probably need to grab a good shovel to pick up all the scat.

They can leave a good sized mess when they get older.
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Remember we had a great dane for 8.5 years prior to these siberians.

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Ah, another 'solution' possibly presents itself?

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Yep will need that, but the way my wife treats them they will have their own separate rooms eventually and I will be sleeping on the family room floor in my sleeping bag.

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Trade in the small crate and get a large one for yourself.
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I guess after 26 years of marriage anything is possible.

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Naww Hal wouldn't like the crate, he needs room to run and play.

I heard if you scratch him behind the ears.......
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Current e mail from "Mrs. Hal" confirmed the

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Naww Hal wouldn't like the crate, he needs room to run and play.

I heard if you scratch him behind the ears.......
scratch behind the ears part. Fortunately she didn't go into greater detail. Not sure if this is a 'small,' or 'large' blessing in the "TMI" department.
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They are 6 months old now and that fur and tails are looking very nice to a fly tyer.

Shedding should start soon.

Tying soon after to follow !!

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nice looking dogs
i am planing to get an alaskan malemut in a few years after i get my bird dog
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