Silly Riley

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  1. Rough_Collies2008

    Rough_Collies2008 Life's Rough

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    ...Riley makes the goofiest expressions when he is playing. I snapped a few of him running around, and caught some of his...moments. Sorry, most came out blurry today(....might help if I try and focus next time LOL).....

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    Rough_Collies2008 Life's Rough

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    This is called "crazy eye." He has it down well:

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    Rough_Collies2008 Life's Rough

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    And he is off!

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    These came out very blurr....

    But this is why he is called the 'jumping bean'


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    Rough_Collies2008 Life's Rough

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    and lastly a few 'serious' shots

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  5. Holy cow, he's so gorgeous! Wow.
     
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    I love that picture as well--but holy cow! How long does it take to groom your crew?
     
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    Phoenixangelwyngs Zookeeper Extraordinaire!

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    Now THAT is a gorgeous Collie!
     
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    Rough_Collies2008 Life's Rough

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    Thank you for the compliment! He is finally growing into himself, he was very slow to mature. However, just like Aspen did her second year, he is really growing out now.

    LOL, I get that question a lot!! You know, not long at all(well...just general brushings, baths can take awhile). They all know the 'drill' when it comes to being brushed, so it makes my job very easy. Riley, for instance, just sleeps on his side and lets me go to work, then I flip him over and do the other side LOL. Other then checking behind the ears daily, they don't really need to be brushed out every day. They can go a few days between brushings(unless they are shedding). It really only takes a few minutes of each day to quickly run a brush through all of them. I will say, Riley has the kind of coat that always seems messy to me though.

    Aspen, no matter what, always looks like she spent the day at the spa:

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    Riley... I can brush him all out...and 5 seconds later he looks like he has bed head again!!:rolleyes:;)

    Thank you!
     
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    Gorgeous pictures! I loved the ones of them all running together! :D
     
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    Rough_Collies2008 Life's Rough

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    Thank you Mdawn! Happy to see you around here again too!
     
  11. SharkBait

    SharkBait Hi, I'm Melissa!

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    wow, you have such a pretty crew! and love the pics! great action shots :]
     

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