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I came down to Vancouver to deliver my sister's Appendix for here, and meet her new guy Hap. Here's some pics I took of him. He's a 9 yr old branded Oldenburg (yes, he has Anglo in him!). Oh, and there's a pic of her Appendix, Viktor.
 

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What a gorgeous boy! My instructor who's teaching my apprenticeship for equine therapy and message used to have a grey Oldenburg too!
 

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I'll pass along all the nice comments to my sister. He's not without his share of faults but it seems he's hers to stay. On a side note, four generations back our Oldenburgs share some bloodlines in common, so it's neat (also 5 generations back so does her Appendix!).
 

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Nearly fell off my chair laughing at the one of your sister leaning on the fence with him trying to stick his face in the camera!
He's stunning. I'm going to Vancouver soon.... I think I might just have to make a stop off for a rather large "souvenier"......
 

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Well I see you live in Brisbane, so he should be able to go on the plane in your carry-on. My bro-in-law came over on a flight from Brisbane (all my in-laws live there, and I lived on the Sunshine Coast for a while) and anyhoo the woman sitting a few rows in front of them screamed for the stewardess because there was something 'moving' under her seat. The man beside her had somehow smuggled three LARGE crayfish on board and stored them under his seat!!!

Anyhoo, enjoy Vancouver! And that photo makes me giggle too:)
 

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WHAT?!?!? How do you smuggle a CRAYFISH on a plane?! Let alone 3 of them...
I might just have to pay a little extra for the excess baggage. It shouldn't be much though :lol:
 
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