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Old 12-03-2020, 12:24 PM   #4651
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Old Yesterday, 11:34 AM   #4652
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Zora, after Belgian born American engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov.

Her ears are the same size, the right one is just slightly droopy at the tip.

From start to finish Hearts for Paws really took care of us. Can't say enough good things about the entire event / process.

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Pic 1: Halfway thru a meal and we see the first signs of food coma as she goes from standing to crouching.

Pic 2: She tried hard, but passed out and fell into the bowl.
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Well, she’s gained 5lbs since she joined us. Her personality is very apparent. Basic training is taking place.

I can’t get a good read on her. Not sure she likes me. She might just be bringing me closer for the kill.
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Zora is doing quite well for a 4mo old pup.

She’s got the basics down: sit, stay, come, bring me your toy (she knows 3 by individual names), hasn't peed inside for a few weeks. She’s accepted the feeding routine of sitting until she’s told to eat. In fact we don’t even have to say ‘sit, stay’ anymore. When she see’s us preparing her food she just plops on her butt and waits for ‘OK’ before approaching her bowl. She hasn’t damaged or destroyed anything except for chewing through one harness. We’re always watching her and know she could get into anything though.

She’s quite affectionate for a malinois and loves to snuggle with us.

It was fun to see her grow from chasing me from behind, to leading me as I ran, to taking shortcuts, to taking a different route to catch me.

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Old Yesterday, 11:38 AM   #4653
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Started researching leash attachments for my bike to safely exercise my young pit mix foster (he's more a hunter than a retriever, not coordinated enough to catch a frisbee or ball like my dog, d'oh). Anyway, in the process, came across videos of "bikejoring" and am now, of course, hooked on watching doggos run. Go,go,go! Check out the Mal they race half way through this vid! Something for the adorbz youngster above to get training in maybe?


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