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  • (Car-Toy) The cassette tape one carries in the car to learn ones part. Directors use this method to describe a phrase of a song they want a section to work on in the car with repetition.
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0768 - Matilda - December 2010 (1 - BEFORE)
0768 - Matilda - December 2010 (1 - BEFORE)
Here's another great update from "Maddie's" foster family: Maddie is doing so great here. She loves to chase leaves, frogs and butterflies. She is a happy, playful pup that gets along with all other dogs and hasn't met a person she doesn't want to kiss. Once she has had her evening walk all she wants to do is cuddle on the couch next to us. She loves going for rides in the car and loves doggy daycare and the dog park. In fact I don't think there is anything she doesn't love to do. She is curious about everything and super smart. If you can't tell, we are in love with her! She seems to love to learn new things and I think she would do amazing in an obedience class. Just like most young dogs she has a lot of energy and would do great with an active family. She has a real strong interest in chasing cats so I don't think I home with them would be best. Whoever adopts this girl is one lucky person! 9/13/2010: Matilda has discovered a new passion - going 4-wheeling! She figured that if her black Lab friend liked it, so would she. Check out the pic of them riding around and having a great time. Matida has been having a ball at her foster home, and recently had some company including toddlers. While at first she jumped on them with excitement, she quickly understood that was not okay and was wonderful with them from then on, with them running around and playing. Some people were playing Frisbee and Matilda joined in the fun! 8/30/2010: Matilda's foster mom shares this about cutie-pie Matilda: "What a difference one week makes! Matilda or Maddie as we call her is doing wonderful. She has a lot of energy and loves to play, but she now settles down nicely in the evening. She is becoming quite the cuddle bug and loves to lay next to us and have us pet her. Once she is settled down she will follow us around and lay at our feet while we are doing the dishes, making food or anything that keeps us somewhere for a bit of time. Although I think she would love to sleep with us at night, she goes nicely into her crate. She has also done really well with the house training and hasn't made any mistakes for a few days. She definitely needs a family who is going to keep her exercised with walks or runs, and she does great playing with other dogs. We are working on walking on a leash, she's not the worst, but she does pull a bit. She doesn't chew on things around the house, but loves to play with toys. She is just a sweet, happy dog that will make any household better!" Like many rescue dogs, Matilda simply needed calm and consistent leadership and a loving and nurturing environment to excel. She had been jumping on her foster family at the beginning simply because she did not know any better. In just one week, she has stopped doing this and is proving herself to be a very smart little dog who just wants to please! 8/22/2010: Matilda has made her long journey north. Her caretakers in the south taught her to sit and stay she is very bright and should thrive in a foster or forever home! Her foster mom in Maine shares that She is settling down into her new environment. Matilda likes to play, play, play and is a super cute and sweet dog. She is living with cats and was curious, but respectful and her foster feels she would be fine in a house with cats. Matilda's foster says that she is good in her crate. She knows sit and will do this for both treats and before her dinner bowl is given to her. More updates will be forthcoming as her foster family gets to know her! 7/11/2010: Matilda is a unique mix of Australian Cattle Dog and German Shepherd and is eleven months old, weighing about 45 pounds. Her ears remind us of wise little Yoda from Star Wars! She has a sweet and friendly personality that endears her to us all! Matilda enjoys daily walks and loves to run and play in the shelter yard, where they are teaching her to fetch. She is such an energetic, happy young dog! Matilda does well with people of all ages and also gets along with other dogs. She was friendly and interested in the cats they introduced her to. Matilda is a bright dog who should be easy to train. She is so affectionate and loves to be petted! She will be a fun and loyal family companion.
free free free --the best!
free free free --the best!
yes, did my morning walk with jake and pup and found stuff on the a rubbish pile so to speak..........rang the bell and ask if for free.......?? YES! how could i resist! too bad jake in stroller, i would have had him drive home!.....hehhehe jake could not resist the car...and basket ball hoop with him will be sooooo fun! happy day for mum today!...and for jake! smiles : )

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