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Rayeann

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  1. Really???? She is very loved, very smart and very happy and healthy.
  2. Thank you both. We really needed each other. I had just lost my girl, Stitches, in an automobile wreck and really had my heart crushed (I was the only survivor). Silky has helped to make my heart whole again. She was a sad girl. She has been everywhere with me, from Ohio to Tucson, AZ and Floridas Gulf Coast.
  3. First of all, thank you to Friends of Pep (I adopted Silky, then Mona) from them in October of 2008. She was a sad looking girl who FOP got from a shelter in Indiana. Silky (mona) was transported with her puppies (I was told she had 10?) from Indiana to Pennsylvania. She certainly was a diamond in the ruff and we are very happy together. If any of you remember her or knew her, let me know, I would love to hear more of her story. FOP told me, she had a large litter of pups, the guy who owned her said that since the pups weren't purebreds he was going to dispose of Silky and the pups, somehow they ended up in a shelter and finally Silky is in a very loving and happy home. We have even met and visited her son Green, he was the last of her pups to be adopted from FOP, and was still there when I adopted Silky.
  4. Silky takes a few pieces of kibble to bed, then back for a few more, then finally will stand and eat. She is a border collie afterall and needs a job to do, even if it is relocating her food.
  5. I took my girl Silky to Scranton, PA Thursday and Friday to runite with her son Green. They had not seen each other since Oct. '08, but certainly remembered when they met. There was a lot of kissing and sniffing, as well as running and playing. It was a reunion of love and Green's people and I have decided we will keep these 2 in touch and have many visits. I would love to find more of Silky's babies. I know there is one in Harrisburg, PA and one in Strodsburg, PA. I know Green would love to see some litter mates as well.
  6. Sometimes Silky twirls before she catches the ball, trying to get her to do it on command. It is more like a single spin.
  7. Silky doesn't care for certain people either, but I encourage her with "away" or "out", I also use these terms when a dog at the park is insistant on Silky being it's playmate or a few dogs do the gang up thing.
  8. I'm leery about an electric with a BC since they have such a high drive, they may run out but not back in. Silky is great with the little 4 ft green plastic/vinyl barracade fence, but I always monitor her unless she is tethered.
  9. I agree with a time and a place. Silky gets a lot of off leash in our yard and at Bow Wow Beach, a dog park in Stow Ohio. She is at about 60% on recall, so I walk her on a retractable leash a couple times a day, I have seen dogs that always stay close and come when called get distracted eventually. I feel with a dog, the only thing that is 100% 100% of the time is their unconditional love.
  10. My last girl, who was tragically taken away from me (when a guy on a motorcycle t-boned my s10 in a parking lot--he was travelling about 130mph--hit the passenger door where my baby was in the passenger seat, we were fully loaded with stuff for the rescue reunion the next day, anyway my Stitches raised her head and upon impact the gastank flew off the bike and through the window, hit my girl in the head deflecting it from direct impact with my temple, she lived to make sure we got out and passed away at the vet hospital that a rescue worker told my friend to take her to, he said tell them to do whatever it takes, but she only lived for an hour, no broken bones but head trauma) Stitches was a border collie mix and very loyal and smart, I am black and white dog person so, BC fits the bill. When I lost Stitches, I was heartbroken but knew life would go (since I got Stitches when my girl Sketcher passed away in '06) After Sketcher I said no more, I can't handle the heartbreak, but quickly realized I can't handle not having a dog, a big part of me was gone. I went on-line and found Stitches at a rescue not far away. What a treasure, she got involved with the rescue, and was little big personality. She loved and touched the lives of everyone she met. So after loosing her, she told me that there was someone who needed me and would help me, on-line again (the recsue didn't have "my" dog) but one in Eastern PA did. I found her when I got home from the hospital the day after the accident. So 2 of rescue volunteers took me to meet my Silky. I already knew she was mine, so the long drive didn't matter, she was coming home with me. She has been perfect for me and I for her. She had a rough beginning, intended for nothing but breeding. Not much human interaction and not food motivated in any way. She was very timid and lacked any self confidence. But, now is had blossomed into a beautiful flower and attrects many social butterflies. She loves other dogs, we go to a place called Bow Wow Beach, and is learning that I will never let a human hurt her so she can trust some of the ones she knows. We are healing together and loving life together. We committed love and safety to each other, not a lot more is required, but she has developed great skill with a tennis ball and has fantastic obedience on a leash. We are learning recall, but not pushing her, and are going to start with some backyard agility (so she is comfortable with the equipment) before we join a club. Life is good and she is full of life, we are happy.
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