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Melanie, how is it going w/the barking dog

March 2nd, 2004, 12:46 PM
Hello Melanie, I was just wondering how it's going w/your neighbor's barking dog?? Is she still outside all the time?? Do the owners still have her??

Just wondering and doing a follow up as my fellow rep from Austrilia has asked me how things are going and if I heard anything new.

Please update me and let me know. If need be we can help.:)

March 2nd, 2004, 01:26 PM
I think she is on Honey-moon:D

March 2nd, 2004, 01:46 PM
That's right, I forgot.

Thanks for reminding me!:)

March 3rd, 2004, 09:59 PM
hehe, I forgot too!

I thought all of us hang around here regularily... :o

March 4th, 2004, 02:47 PM
so so sorry for not letting you all know, (have since sent daisy mail but rudly not you all) not on honey moon just yet, 1 more week of craziness first, keep telling myself that i can feel the left side of my body so all is going fine, family converge on me this monday coming so ahhhhh, cant wait for that honey moon (kids coming to stay also, feel for my poor dog). now here is the story, went and saw neighbours on other side of shelly who are having the same prob as me, they can actually hear it over the cocky. so they are old friends with shellys mum, so we approached from that angle. they explained the porblem to her mum and gave several options we had discussed, eg. ddb, giving up shelly or better treatment. well she was a bit embarassed but so what, it has worked so far. for the past 4 nights shelly has been inside, and all is quiet on the southern front, i have not had to yell, beg or plead with her once to be quiet. we will see how long this lasts but heres hoping. the neighbours who talked to her have also been alowed to take shelly for a walk, im hoping if this works out she may just let me take her with us as well. i know it is not our responsibility but i would do anything to ensure she is not given to the pound (i have heard of some shocking rehoming statistics for pound dogs and they are a kill program if a dog is not rehomed within a certain time, we do have rescues but i have no idea where they are) and i like shelly, she is a real little spirit so you know, i want her to hang around. you guys are just a lovely bunch, and i thank you all for caring for shelly and helping her, if she could she would give you all a big lick and tail wag and you woud get a hug from us. so off to the land of expensive weddings and crazy families, have a wonderful day one and all, and i will keep you posted.:D :D

March 4th, 2004, 05:09 PM

sounds good so far!!

March 4th, 2004, 06:25 PM
I am happy for the little girl she's probably having a great time everyone wanting to walk her...
Sorry I was wrong about your honey-moon...don't get too stressed out planning a wedding...eloping would be a better idea:p

March 4th, 2004, 08:06 PM
Very happy to hear all is going well (so far).

It's a start and everyone needs to start somewhere.

I'm here if you ever need any help.

Have an excellent wedding and enjoy your honeymoon!!:)

The day will come and go before you know it.

March 4th, 2004, 09:53 PM
Yeah,and 40yrs later like me,you'll wonder where the time went,but at least you spent it with your best buddie and soul-mate....:p (Ps.I got married at 11yrs,we marry early in Sweden LOL)

March 5th, 2004, 07:23 AM
chico, did you really get married at 11yrs. or are you kidding??

This is legal in Sweden????

Only asking b/c I never heard of anyone getting married that young.

March 5th, 2004, 07:43 AM
No Daisy,I was just kidding:D I was married at 18....Sweden is pretty well the same as Canada,it's not a third world country where they allow 11yr olds to marry:D
I was just attempting to be funny,disguising my age...

March 5th, 2004, 07:49 AM
I kinda figured you were kidding.

Someone told me once that in one country kids are allowed to get married. (Don't know if that's true or not). I'm naive when it comes to things like this in different countries.

Remember, your only as old as you feel. LOL:D

March 5th, 2004, 08:40 AM
lol @ Anita

.... daisy... your name's Annie? who's daisy? :o

March 5th, 2004, 10:00 AM
wAggie, daisy is one of my nicknames. A bunch of hubby's friends said that I look like Daisy (from the Dukes of Hazzard even though that Daisy is a hell of alot better looking than me.) and the name kinda stuck.

So when I came to this board that's the name I signed on as.

I could have just used my real name but oh well, I like to make things difficult.

I know I don't need to explain ,but I'm bored as hell and thought I would responsed to this e-mail.

March 5th, 2004, 10:13 AM
oh my!

lol, thanx... for answering my question... kinda surprised you normally wouldn't though!!!