Friday, July 6, 2018

Playtime with Alex


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  1. Where's the Smooch during that time?

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    1. In the house, where it was cool and bug-free.

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  2. So cute ... love the mix of video and photos.
    Pat in east TN

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  3. Like many a doting grandmother, who will be worn out first?

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  4. Ah puppies - LOVE puppies! Looks like Alex is beginning to train for a future World Cup though: https://mobile.twitter.com/hashtag/neymardive?src=hashtag_click

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  5. Good arm Carson! Alex is so smart already, fetching. Gretta will grab it and keep running :-/
    I remember those sharp puppy teeth, ugh.
    Are you getting some rain finally?

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    1. We got .01" of rain yesterday. Does that count?

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  6. Great post - - a real contender for an Oscar - - - and Miss Worry Wart forgot to wear her signature expression! Rebecca2

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  7. She is growing so fast. Leggy and so full of energy. Great video.

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  8. Wow, that little cutie is getting big! Great pics.

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  9. Statistics from the Institute of Made-up Facts find that retirees with new puppies are 78% less productive than retirees with no puppies. Also, retirees with new puppies have 70% more gloves with holes in them.

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    1. Ha! I think the number is closer to 95% less productive.

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  10. She's getting SO BIG! Our puppy, who is now 7 months old, weighs 47 pounds! My husband said he will probably end up being over 100 pounds. We THINK he is part Boxer....a lab/boxer mix! He LOVES to run around the back yard and chase all the birds. Once in a while he actually points!

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  11. Alex definitely has some terrier DNA! Carson, your multitasking skills are exceptional. Playing fetch with Alex while using a GoPro and a camera.

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  12. well, this i playtime for us too! it makes me smile, thank yo Linda. Like the simultaneous vid/pix!

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  13. You want to be careful setting the precedent of glove-chewing! We let our 9-month-old puppy have a few old pairs, and she now thinks any gloves are hers. She has destroyed at least eight pairs, including brand new gloves I got for a show, that I had successfully hidden from her for two weeks, but mistakenly left on the seat of the truck (which she avoids) as I was packing to leave.

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  14. I miss Vimeo (its not blocked / theTUBE is blocked). Can you post a still photo or 2?
    M in NC
    living vicariously thru the comments :) :) ... keep them coming!!

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  15. Love the stills in amongst the video!

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  16. An American in Tokyo7/9/18, 5:57 PM

    I LOVE he first shot! Where it looks like the glove is floating above Alex's head! Cute!
    And she is so agile! Like is she part cat or what?! Ha ha!!

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