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Oprah (Nearly two years old) by FreezingIceKirby Oprah (Nearly two years old) by FreezingIceKirby
Just posting another update pic of my half German Shepperd, half Timber Wolf dog, Oprah.  It's so hard to believe that she's nearly two years old!  And much like my last update, I can say that she's still the same good girl as before.  :)

Anyhoo, for this update on Oprah... I brought some video's!  In High Definition widescreen, no less.  (I never knew how awesome HD camera's are... too bad the one I used isn't owned by me. :lol: )  I've been meaning to do this for a long time... It's a shame I never did it earlier, back in her younger days. 

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Both dogs in action in our back yard (This was more of a test recording, since I was unfamiliar with the camera).  I apologize for my annoying voice...
www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7MJ9z…

And here's a video of Oprah getting jealous... because she hates it when I give my attention to our other dog. :lol:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Is0dNO…
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Deliquesce-Flux Nov 26, 2013  Professional Photographer
Beautiful dog, what a lovely face!

I don't see any wolf traits in her though. I work with wolfdogs, I suggest you be very careful when you label your animal as a wolfdog- as misrepresentation can be dangerous. 
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FreezingIceKirby Nov 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
According to the owners of the parents she came from, the father was a full-blooded wolf, so I assume there's some wolf in her somewhere.  Either way, we're definitely being extra careful with her, since we know some of the dangers involved with having a wolfdog. So far though, she's been a good girl, and I'm thinking it'll stay that way.

(Thankfully, most of the people she's been around don't seem to mind that she's part wolf.  Most people are quite understanding and don't even freak out at the idea... though they do give me the usual warning of being extra careful with her and whatnot. :lol:)
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Deliquesce-Flux Nov 27, 2013  Professional Photographer
A lot of people have never seen an actual wolf, so I hear this story quite often :) I was just saying to believe it with a grain of salt, many who think their animal has wolf actually has none at all- and the improper labelling can hurt them. Not just by your neighbors, but by the government, as many wolfdogs are not legal. I see a german shepherd. 

Wolfdogs: 
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Those are some cute dogs; I like the one where Oprah got jealous. I have a couple little girls myself, Lila and Sheila, and Lila can get jealous of Sheila sometimes when she gets the attention. Here's a video of them if you're interested (Lila is the black one and Sheila is the white one) - www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQ8pzB…
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FreezingIceKirby Nov 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's so much fun making her go crazy like that ;P.  I'm not sure how that got started or why she really even does it... except she just enjoys the attention being on her too much.  That dog is a ham. :nod:


A long time ago, we also had some poodles of our own.  Their names were Jake, Suzie, and Grandma, and they were also pretty playful.  Jake was sorta like that when he had a tennis ball... and it'd take a tow truck to get it out of his mouth, because once he had it, he downright refused to give it up.  Staring at him was also enough to get him to go crazy. :lol:

Suzie, on the other hand, was kinda tactical; whenever one of the other dogs had a toy or some food that she wanted, she'd wait for them to turn their heads or get distracted... then run and steal it before they knew what the heck happened. :lol:

Cute video, btw.  Thanks for sharing. :D
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Sheila was our first Cocker Spaniel and we loved them so much, later when me and my dad were living alone together we got another Cocker Spaniel (Lila) so Sheila is now almost 15 years old and Lila turned 9 last Halloween.
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FreezingIceKirby Nov 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh, sorry about that.  Your dogs looked like my poodles in some ways, so that's why I thought that's what they were.  I swear, I'm totally clueless about dog breeds sometimes. :lol:

Still adorable dogs you have there though. :)
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Oh, no problem, I'm no better at knowing different breeds.
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SilverZeo Nov 20, 2013  Hobbyist
Cute videoes... wish I could comment on them... but I can't without signing onto THAT...
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FreezingIceKirby Nov 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks! :D

Honestly, I decided to just cut out the middle man and disable comments all-together.  Most of the people who look at my video's are DA users or friends who know me or random passer-byers who don't say anything anyways... so I figured if someone wants to say something about the video, they can just do it here.  Even if they did comment, I wouldn't be able to reply, anyway... since as you know, I down-right refuse to even touch Google+.
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