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In memory of Abigail Lindy B

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 Posted 3/1/2014 5:22:21 PM
 

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I got word today that Ginger's mother passed away at the age of 9. She only had one litter of ten puppies 7 years ago were I got Ginger from. Thanks Mamma for giving me such a great dog and hunting partner. The picture to the left is of Ginger's Mother. I couldn't figure out why I couldn't upload an attachment.

In memory of Spencer Gun Dawg Mr. Tippy JH  09/24/1997 -  08/15/2009
In memory of Abigail Lindy B 2005 - 2014 
My hunting dog SR, HR Ginger Marie Abigail Poole WC, JH daughter of Mr. Tippy and Abigail Lindy B
In memory of my mother Linda A (Langdon) Arnold  2/4/1951 - 1/24/2013  RIP Mom  


Edited: 3/1/2014 5:36:41 PM by pookey
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 Posted 3/1/2014 6:20:05 PM
 

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Sorry to hear that pokey.  Glad you got one of her pups. 

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 Posted 3/2/2014 6:35:58 PM
 

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Never gets easy hearing that, and sires and dams mean so much. We went through a similar feeling when our Wildrose Mojo's sire (shorthorn Tommy of Leadburn) passed. Thoughts for you and all. 

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 Posted 3/14/2014 6:49:02 PM
 

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Thanks Guys.

In memory of Spencer Gun Dawg Mr. Tippy JH  09/24/1997 -  08/15/2009
In memory of Abigail Lindy B 2005 - 2014 
My hunting dog SR, HR Ginger Marie Abigail Poole WC, JH daughter of Mr. Tippy and Abigail Lindy B
In memory of my mother Linda A (Langdon) Arnold  2/4/1951 - 1/24/2013  RIP Mom  
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