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John Rodgers September 12, 2012 at 04:03 pm
This is really great...i mean its not only for a great cause but a good health decision ya know. onRead More top of that he is getting exposed to just beautiful places around the world. i ride my se road bike that i got from http://2wheelbikes.com/lager-11-fixed-gear-single-speed-bike.html and i really enjoy riding because of the new places i get to explorer on a weekly basis.
Kilroy August 31, 2012 at 03:08 pm
By "accross the board" you must mean political contributions to members of our VillageRead More Board who support their agenda every two years preceding elections
audra pollman September 6, 2012 at 09:22 pm
FYI Kilroy... i am an outside supporter and enjoy all things related. it seems you have someRead More underlying issues or unresolved items of your own that need worked out. The gathering provides a safe environment for people near and far sharing interest in polo and sometimes better than a family reunion. Please reserve passing a blanket of harsh judgement ....Come out and have some fun! Audra
Rob September 7, 2012 at 12:24 pm
Lol....a sport of kings? Really Kilroy? How many years ago was that? Jousting was a sport of KnightsRead More and High ranking officers...now it's a show at Mideval Times! Lacrosse was once Native American now it's the fasting growing sport in america. Because you associate Polo with rich people, and although you would LOVE to be one but you aren't, you hold this grudge against the sport and everyone associated. So narrow minded and small. Kudos to Audra, for being big enough to invite you out and perhaps learn something new, not only about Polo but people.
linda jenkins August 2, 2012 at 10:38 am
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DaddyO August 2, 2012 at 01:24 pm
Meh...
Jacquelyne Klein August 3, 2012 at 12:24 pm
What a beautiful garden, with true christians helping people in need,it's nice sharings the goodRead More news that hard working people helping people in need with out doing it out of pure love. Great job Kath Gill
Maryedith Montoya July 13, 2012 at 02:26 am
I have a 2 yr. old bc mix and a cat who are best friends, i unfortunately work m-f 9 1/2 hour days.Read More my little zooey stays home, and is pretty mellow as well. I live in the country and doesn't leave the property but she allready knows the rules. Wish i could offer Hope some more hope.
Roberta July 13, 2012 at 03:41 am
For anyone hesitating....here's a comment from California! My husband and I had a chocolate lab whoRead More was a tripod, also missing a front leg. Our Shelly lived to be 16, and passed from natural causes, and bless her heart, nothing to do with the leg, or impaired mobility! She was such a strong girl. Dogs adapt so wonderfully, and they seem to gain strength in some way, through adversity. I hope someone adopts Hope without a second thought! Our current "round of dogs" are two 10 year olds....another lab, and a border collie! I only wish I would have discovered the love of a BC earlier on in life. They are the best dogs one could hope to have!
Richard Eisenberg July 13, 2012 at 06:13 am
HOPE, You are a wonderful little lady and thanks to Young at Heart Pet Rescue, you have a chance toRead More show everybody how loving and grateful BCs can be! We have a tri-pawed red border collie with a story like yours. One thing about a trip-pawed, if they charge off at the dog park, they are easy to catch. My husband says they are chick-magnets, too (!)... Our Cimmeron was a trained cattle ranch dog who was defending her Northern Nevada ranch against 2 Bernese Mntn./Pit crosses killing her farm animals; they broke her leg in 4 places before a passing rancher got his gun and killed them. Even though the vet thought Cimmer should be put down her owners knew she'd pull through. She safely delivered her litter of pups; the owners agreed we could be her retirement home; we paid for amputation and spaying. Our vet agreed on a payment plan. Cimmer runs with our black border collie in the foothills and big parks with us, announcing all "incoming" and giving lots of love and kisses to all she likes, sitting on everyone's feet and, like you, HOPE, loving couch and lap time. She fascinates everyone. At first, many don't notice Cimmer's front leg is missing. It took six months for her muscle mass, coat and balance to build up. HOPE, you look very good, too! If you don't get a new home in a few days, we will find a way to make the trip from Reno to adopt you. We'd have black, red and white BCs on 10 legs! Has anyone mentioned border collies sleep on their backs--pretty funny! Reno, Nevada
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