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At 10:42pm on February 15, 2008, Judi Schuerman said…
Wow, It is great to see my brother! He looks tall and handsome. Welcome to this site! I think I want a cat too! Boys have all the fun!
Annie
At 11:23pm on February 22, 2008, Judi Schuerman said…
Eileen, I'm so sorry to hear about BaiLee! I hope he recovers, I've heard it is very painful. Keep us informed about him. I better read more about HOD.
Annie is getting very active and loves to steal anything we will chase her for. She is sleeping on her bed now.
Judi
At 3:42pm on March 24, 2008, Judi Schuerman said…
Eileen, Annie is digging. You know how to deal with it?
Help!
Judi
At 8:54pm on March 24, 2008, Judi Schuerman said…
Eileen, Annie has dug up my sprinkler hose to my tomato garden! I didn't even know it because we had so much snow. The hose is pulled completely out of the garden area, it is still linked to the hose that waters my yard beyond the fence. We will have to replace it and bury it. Annie just barely started digging in the grass area. I admit I put her outside to play while I get things done.
Judi
At 11:05am on March 28, 2008, Anne Pellette said…
Hi I was up to BC several years ago to the IS speclty do you know Pam
At 8:26am on July 15, 2008, Deborah Christopher said…
Hi Eileen
I notice from your blog that you feed BaiLee grapes, I used to feed my dogs grapes until I found out that they are actually poisonous in large quanties, raisins even more so. There's an article on it at http://dogbreedinfo.com/grapeandraisin.htm
Regards, Deborah
At 2:54pm on July 25, 2008, Sandra Mather said…
hi eileen nice of you to join our site. you will have noticed ive not long had puppies and ive been rather busy with that and now they have all gone to new homes. Ive been to see one of them this morning which has been ill after her 1st vaccination.she ended up on a drip and was really offside and luckily now she is back on her feet . She enjoyed seeing her mum and auntie and had a play with them.
At 10:20am on August 22, 2008, Judi Schuerman said…
BaiLEE! My brother! How handsome you are! You like cats too? I love your photos. Hope you are feeling great! Hope you are enjoying the summer in Canada.
Annie
At 2:52am on August 30, 2008, Sandra Mather said…
hello there are you getting used to the site yet.My cats love the dogs at least spice does, sugar always goes and does a wide birth they look at her like why are you doing that.It gives rise to willow wanting to follow her.spice will run up to them and fuss them or chase them hes funny , hes seen of dogs on our lawn before now.The front of our house the lawn is open on to the road,
At 2:29pm on September 2, 2008, Deborah Christopher said…
Hi Eileen
Hope you and your dog and cats are well. I don't have all the puppies any more, which is a shame, I've just kept the one, who is now nearly 5 months old. I also have cats, is yours a ragdoll, just seen the ears peeping up!
Regards, Deborah
At 4:57pm on September 6, 2008, Sandra Mather said…
hi eileen we have had some awful bad weather today.went to a show trying to keep them dry for that is hard work.How id bailee?
At 4:47am on September 8, 2008, Linda Andreu said…
Hi Eileen,

I see you figured out how to change your background! :-)
At 6:24am on September 18, 2008, ursula wilby said…
Thank you so much for the nice comment about my obedience-dog Eileen! Love your photos too! He looks quite a happy-go-lucky type of setter!
At 3:33am on November 17, 2008, Sandra Mather said…
how is bailee?hope he his ok....
At 12:06am on November 28, 2008, Susan Stone said…
Hi Eileen, happy to be your and BaiLee's friend - how is he doing? Looks great on the photos:-))
At 12:51am on November 28, 2008, Lynn Spencer said…
Hi Eileen, Love your new photo's of BaiLee. He looks gorgeous.
Lynn, Tess (Irish) and Megg (English) from Australia.
At 2:43am on December 15, 2008, Kristina Brannlund Westin said…
Hi Eileen!

Thank´s for nice comments of my photos. You are right about the bed, they always seem to spread out over the whole bed, so there is always just a little spot left for me. So now I always trye to be the first into bed. Still I really like to having them there...

All the best, Kristina
At 6:54pm on December 19, 2008, Annika Liikanen said…

Hello Eileen!
Thanks for comment on photo, we all have those jackets with reflectors on in our family.
This dark season it´s really a safety jacket for all of us including dogs
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Annika
At 10:17pm on December 19, 2008, Mary Crumrine said…
Thank you, I love taking pictures. Last year my husband bought my first digital camera and told the salesman it would be used for animals and flowers...he's been about right! LOL
Yes, these setters are all so wonderful...who could ask for more (smile). Yet all four of mine were differnt. Gotta love them ! Have a wonderful weekend. Blessings, Mary w/ rescued Riley O'Grady & Golden Sasha
At 10:22pm on December 19, 2008, Mary Crumrine said…
Hi Ellen, I was just reading your blog and noticed you said Bailee loved eating grapes...not a good thing! Grapes and of course raisins are very toxic for dogs. Please feel free to double check this but my vet has them on a list of dangerous foods for our dogs. Blessings, Mary

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