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Post by TexasSweet » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00



Hi everydoggie.  Your ad-vice to Echo helped some, cuz I'm a newdoggie
in a new strangeplace, too.  Thought maybe if I could woof at ya, too,
it might help to to be so scary-ed.  My name is The King's Musketeer
D'Argagnan (wow lots of name for a doggie to spell, hoomins got strange
ideas about names), but they call me Musket for short.  Just yesterday,
I was in my den with my brudders and sisters, and then, BOOM, this
strange man and lady take me for a long ride to a different den.  This
den has hoomin pups, but no doggie pups inside.  It's got two really
big, scary, loud doggies outside, so I hid under the man's truck today
to get away.  Don't know why, but the lady took me inside and put suds
and water all over me when I came out (Musket, it couldn't have anything
to do with a long grease spot all the way down your solid white coat,
could it?  I know, you're just a baby, so it's gonna take some
time--Mom).  

Anyways, just wanted to say "woof" to other 'puter doggies.  Maybe
you're not as scary as those big dogs outside.

Musket

 
 
 

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Post by B. Lynn Ramic » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00


Musket - we loooovvvvveeee new doggies!  Let me start off by saying -
good for you!  You are on your way to train your hoomins.  Hiding under
the moving den and making them get you was really smart.  Getting grease
on your puppy fur was also good.  Maybe we can get Sligo to send
feathers and kitty litter to make you prettier.  Of course, Sligo may be
busy, he's on his way to Westyconsin.

Keep woofing.

Gus
Poco's wink,wink friend

 
 
 

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Post by Twzl & Sligo heh heh h » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00



Quote:
>on your puppy fur was also good.  Maybe we can get Sligo to send
>feathers and kitty litter to make you prettier.  Of course, Sligo may be
>busy, he's on his way to Westyconsin.

If I have any left over from making my Kosh Creation, I will send them to
you. Kosh does come first though, as he is entered in the pretty puppy
Terv show and must look his best. We are all rooting for him, but he'll
need my extra grooming touches non the less!

I can't wait till Kosh is old enough to teach 'bedience to. Oh, the
things I can teach him!!!

Sligo
--
********************************************
Think I'm a real piece of work for saying that you shouldn't breed your
lame, out of standard, 8 month old puppy? Send me email for my web page. :)

 
 
 

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Post by Brenda Hoskin » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

> Hi everydoggie.  Your ad-vice to Echo helped some, cuz I'm a newdoggie
> in a new strangeplace, too.  Thought maybe if I could woof at ya, too,
> it might help to to be so scary-ed.  My name is The King's Musketeer
> D'Argagnan (wow lots of name for a doggie to spell, hoomins got strange
> ideas about names), but they call me Musket for short.  Just yesterday,
> I was in my den with my brudders and sisters, and then, BOOM, this
> strange man and lady take me for a long ride to a different den.  This
> den has hoomin pups, but no doggie pups inside.  It's got two really
> big, scary, loud doggies outside, so I hid under the man's truck today
> to get away.  Don't know why, but the lady took me inside and put suds
> and water all over me when I came out (Musket, it couldn't have anything
> to do with a long grease spot all the way down your solid white coat,
> could it?  I know, you're just a baby, so it's gonna take some
> time--Mom).  

> Anyways, just wanted to say "woof" to other 'puter doggies.  Maybe
> you're not as scary as those big dogs outside.

> Musket

Hey we are getting alot of "little" puppies here.  I'm only 5 months
old.  Maybe we should start a puppy club.  the Old Dog can't join,
ha ha

Rebel

 
 
 

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Post by TexasSweet » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00




Quote:

>Hey we are getting alot of "little" puppies here.  I'm only 5 months
>old.  Maybe we should start a puppy club.  the Old Dog can't join,
>ha ha

>Rebel

Yes, yes, yes!!

Puppy club is good.  Nominate Rebel for Prez.  

Musket

 
 
 

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Post by TexasSweet » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00




Quote:
>Musket - we loooovvvvveeee new doggies!  Let me start off by saying -
>good for you!  You are on your way to train your hoomins.  Hiding under
>the moving den and making them get you was really smart.  Getting
grease
>on your puppy fur was also good.  Maybe we can get Sligo to send
>feathers and kitty litter to make you prettier.  Of course, Sligo may
be
>busy, he's on his way to Westyconsin.

>Keep woofing.

>Gus
>Poco's wink,wink friend

Thanks Gus.

Send on the kitty litter and feathers.  Ought to make hoomin mom real
happy.  But, will she give us another b*th?  (got her good the first
time!! she was wetter than me.)

Musket

 
 
 

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Post by TexasSweet » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00




Quote:

writes:

>>on your puppy fur was also good.  Maybe we can get Sligo to send
>>feathers and kitty litter to make you prettier.  Of course, Sligo may
be
>>busy, he's on his way to Westyconsin.

>If I have any left over from making my Kosh Creation, I will send them
to
>you. Kosh does come first though, as he is entered in the pretty puppy
>Terv show and must look his best. We are all rooting for him, but he'll
>need my extra grooming touches non the less!

>I can't wait till Kosh is old enough to teach 'bedience to. Oh, the
>things I can teach him!!!

>Sligo

Woof Sligo.  

If ya run out of kitty litter and feathers, can ya at least teach me
'bedience, too?  I'm just two months old today.  Do you teach puppy
'bedience, or how to train 'bedient hoomins?  

Aroo till later!

Musket

 
 
 

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Post by Twzl & Sligo heh heh h » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00



Quote:
>If ya run out of kitty litter and feathers, can ya at least teach me
>'bedience, too?  I'm just two months old today.  Do you teach puppy
>'bedience, or how to train 'bedient hoomins?  

Oh, I teach puppy 'bedience. I can teach you how to pull on a leash, walk
between the hoomins legs, run backwards and yip, and zoom. That's a good
start for a little baby dog.

Sligo
--
********************************************
Think I'm a real piece of work for saying that you shouldn't breed your
lame, out of standard, 8 month old puppy? Send me email for my web page. :)

 
 
 

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Post by am.. » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00


            WOLF SONG
If you talk to the animals
They will talk with you
And you will know each other
If you do not talk to them
You will not know them
And what you do not know
You will feat
What one fears
One destroys

Author Chief Dan George

 
 
 

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Post by TexasSweet » Fri, 17 May 1996 04:00:00


Quote:
>Oh, I teach puppy 'bedience. I can teach you how to pull on a leash,
walk
>between the hoomins legs, run backwards and yip, and zoom. That's a
good
>start for a little baby dog.

>Sligo

Oh thank you thank you wise Sligo.  Mamatopdog says I'm gettin' pretty
good at pullin' a leash between hoomin legs already.  I can shorten shoe
strings real good, too.  Got sucker dad to accuse mamatopdog of cuttin'
off the hoomin pup's laces.  Is that a goodthing?

Musket (havin' trouble figgerin' out goodthings and badthings.)

 
 
 

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Post by TexasSweet » Fri, 17 May 1996 04:00:00


Checking configuration

 
 
 

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Post by TexasSweet » Fri, 17 May 1996 04:00:00


checking another configuration

 
 
 

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Post by B. Lynn Ramic » Fri, 17 May 1996 04:00:00


I would be honored to speak at a Puppy Club meeting.  Last night I
wouldn't let SupremeSuckermom stop petting me.  Every time she stopped,
I grabbed her arm and whimpered.  She wasn't happy but she kept petting!
We should keep the meetings a secret cos we sure wouldn't want our
momma's finding out and learning about our tricks!

Ditto

******
Lynn here.  I was watching Great Performances on PBS last night and it had Jim
Henson (Muppet fame) on.  They were showing special moments from Sesame Street
and I realized who DItto reminded me of - Grover!  He's very exuberant, very si
mple and very loving, of course, Ditto isn't as good.