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Momzilla

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  1. I was glad to see this posted. Just like Finn, Loch gets carsick no matter what we've tried. Unlike Finn, however, Loch does NOT go willingly to the vehicle.. it's like he knows he's going to be miserable. We've even done the dramamine, but that didn't help. Sometimes it makes me think his is more of an anxiety issue, but none the less, he still gets carsick. Once he's 'urped' he is good for the rest of the trip. Also seems to happen more on the beginning of a trip if the road is a bit curvy. I'm going to try the Ginger. I hadn't heard of that one. Ginger snaps - how many would you give? Loch's a big boy about 50 lbs. Thanks for this hint~
  2. having trouble with pics... will figure out and be back
  3. I just love looking at all your pics of the lambs! This city girl sure envies you right now (but I KNOW there is a lot of work that goes into this)... at least I can enjoy them through your pics
  4. Oh jeezzzzz waaaaaaaaay too cute, Deb!
  5. Yes... thank you Eileen for leaving this post over here. I am like Mary... totally disappointed that the thread was 'pulled' from the other rescue board. I would think this is the exact situation that reliable rescuers need to keep each aware of. Shame on them!
  6. Great info Sue! Thanks! We might have to change plans from camping and try to find a dog friendly motel/hotel close by. I've emailed to see if there is a recommended accommodations list. I do hope to see you there!
  7. This looks like a wonderful place to break-in my new husband to the world of trials! He's already rescued and has his own BC, and we're wanting to attend for the enjoyment of watching. One day, we hope to find a beginner's clinic... but until then, this is great and it's so close by! It's been years since I've attended a trial (spectator!) and I know I'd enjoy attending this. I've e-mailed for more info - but was wondering if there are camping facilities close by. Any info would be appreciated!
  8. I think it looks great too! I'd love it if I could get my crew all in one picture!
  9. Those are beautiful pups! Now I need no sugar on my cereal!
  10. You're telling your age... because I remember that song and I know how old I am! Actually... we had a German Shepard a long time ago and her name was Arrow - After the Neilson story of 'The Point'... Me and my arrow... straighter than narrow... whereever we go - he goes- me and my arrow!
  11. It's been a while since I've been able to get to this site.. I've missed seeing everyone's dogs! Here's Loch - our ball crazy BC! Wet Ball... Yard Ball ... Loch's 'Please Play Ball With Me' pose..
  12. Darn! This is the weekend we head to the beach or I'd love to introduce Husband to Be to the wonderful world of trialing... as specators of course! Maybe another one will come up close and we can get there and meet some of you all!
  13. Thanks Penny and Sue! I appreciate the time spent providing information! I've got a feeling we'll see you, Sue! Hopefully soon!
  14. Do most Clinics/Trials allow spectators? We wouldn't mind supporting the event with admission fees either. I'm sure it takes $$$ to put on an event and would be more than glad to chip in. I'm wanting to introduce my 'soon to be husband' to the wonderful world of herding trials and clinics as a spectator first to see what they are all about. Or.. a beginners clinic if they don't mind taking an inexperienced pup and handler. Besides... what better way to spend a weekend getaway than with great people, amazing dogs and beautiful photo opportunities? Thanks for any help! We'll keep watching here... but wondered if we should also be exploring other opportunities.
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