Thursday, October 23, 2008

Kimber

I still have nothing interesting to post so I'll post my dog doing some tricks. =)


Waiting for Syd to throw the stick...

This is Kimber...I got her while she was barking.

Roll Over



Chase Your Tail



Syd was pretending to throw the stick...

10 comments:

Marissa said...

lol she is sooo cute!
I liked the stick one :D

and hey she rolled over on command! amazing :)

Martinez Family said...

Love your dog! I have always liked German Shepherds, they look so sharp!
Johanna

Stephanie Stanfield said...

Hello,
Thank Johanna! =)

Marissa, I know I love that command too.

Marissa said...

ya I was so funny when I was at your house and she would only do it half way because she didn't like being on here back :D lol

Stephanie Stanfield said...

Yeah and she probably thought I meant play dead....I didn't post that because she gets confused. And I didn't post Speak or Whisper because I didn't know the camera recorded sound....

Megan's blog said...

thanks so funny

he he he

TTYL

Marissa said...

ya it's funny when she plays dead tho :D
lol

you should post whisper on here that one is a good one

Marissa said...

lol I showed meredith the vidoes and she thought they were funny she really liked them :D

Marissa said...

lol I showed meredith the vidoes and she thought they were funny she really liked them :D

Stephanie Stanfield said...

Well that's good.....

by the way thanks for telling me twice! =)

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