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Old 07-25-2012, 01:24 PM
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Annie was an 18 pound Lhasa Apso that crossed the rainbow bridge on 10-5-17. She was nearly 17 years old and diabetic for 9 years.
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Old 07-25-2012, 10:55 PM
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Oh yuk... seriously, the AlphaTrak2 is purple!!!???
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That is so you can find it in the dark.... Does your Alpha Trak2 glow as well, Craig?
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Default Re: Annie - Getting too smart!

New toy for Annie! Just got a Mint automatic floor cleaner, think another similar brand is called the Roomba. It runs back and forth cleaning hard floors, and drives Annie NUTS! . Even thou she is blind, she is following behind it and jumps when it reverses direction. Great fun.

Are we, people in general, getting too lazy? This gizmo took about 15 minutes to do a short hallway, that I could have cleaned in 60 seconds!
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