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Auriel is allowed on the computer desk, but not the dining room table. Since she likes to be near me, I had to pull up a chair next to me so she could sit next to me.



Notice there is a pet bed next to her and she lays next to the mouse.



Getting introduced to the stuffed Kong. I put peanut butter in there first and she really didn't flip for it.



This was a lucky capture. These photos were taken with my cell phone, hence all the different qualities. We travel in the car in a crate, but while I was anchoring the crate, I strap the crate down in the back of my Blazer with bungee cords, I put her in the front seat. Blazer was running with a/c on and when I came back she was perfectly laying down.
 

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Yay!!! I was hoping you'd post more pictures :D She's so cute! She must be growing so fast :)

Wicket didn't like peanut butter very much when she was a puppy too o_O
 

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She is pretty!

Kabota will lay on the floor right next to his pet bed. Dogs!
 

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Awwwwe ..... I don't know how I missed this!? Absolutely adorable!!! :)
 

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Thank you, everyone!

A few more pictures. I was messing with the camera settings on my cell phone and viola!


The phone can take close-ups.


And another one of those I couldn't have posed her better.
 

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Awww, I wish I could take really close up pictures like that. You should frame that first one :D This makes me miss those puppy days, so cute!
 

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Omg...she is so cute! How do you get such good shots of her? Every time I break out the camera, Luke stops smiling (as in just shuts his mouth) and/or goes away. How does one train a dog to stay in front of the camera?
 

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How does one train a dog to stay in front of the camera?
Thank you, she quickly associated my cell phone (I don't own a proper camera except a 35mm that takes film haha!) with treats. I also may take 10 photos for 1 good one. My cell phone does have settings for different types of photos, movement, portraits, close-ups, night photos which helps.
 
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