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Puppy! I'm getting one!
#31
What an absolute cutie, enjoy your furry 'kid'......Smile
So happy for you and your partner.
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#32
So Quinn turned 1 on Oct 9th! I am surprised I let her live this long. I love this dog. Her Service Dog training is continuing and we had our first public access exercise (we went to Lowe's) with her as an "official" Service Dog in Training. She'll pick up anything I drop and will pick up almost anything I point to. She's not perfect! Her recall (come) stinks!

The pic below is Ragnar (her brother who lives in Pittsburgh) and Quinn. Ragnar (left) is 110lbs of knucklehead. Quinn is 85lbs of knucklebutt. These two are so alike in behavior. I credit his owner with saving me from insanity when Quinn was a puppy. Ragnar is her 4th Rottie so she knows how they tick.

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#33
Wow, 1 year already!  Quinn is a nice looking dog.   like
She’s going to be great company for a long time to come.
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#34
Congrats on the success with the canine companion Quinn. Our family dogs help fill the days. Ours aren't suitable to go off the property, as they assume everything everywhere must belong to them.

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#35
With our public access outing at Lowe's, Quinn did pretty good ignoring people. As in not wanting everyone to pet her. But then we met someone we knew and I let him pet her. Then an employee came up to say how cool it is to see a Rottie working (I got told that a LOT with Joella) and I let him pet her, too. She needs to meet more men so it worked out. But then she decided EVERYONE needed to pet her! So I'll need to not do that again.
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#36
Thanks Paula for sharing your pup pictures with us. Both of them are really handsome dogs. I'm glad for you that you have this dog.
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