Indy z Diehlomov Just shy of 7mo 66.7lbs. - Page 1

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by emoryg on 04 April 2020 - 10:04

She’s looking good and getting big.  I have an Indy too!  Indy z Danaru


Puppy Indy 


1.5 Year old Indy


by jettasmom on 04 April 2020 - 11:04

Thanks. Your pup is gorgeous as well, great choice in name . Lol

How did u make your link live, where you just click on it?


by emoryg on 04 April 2020 - 12:04

It was close between Indy and Indigo. But I call her As a puppy, when we checked her startle reflex she would make this loud roarish/bark. My buddy testing it said, she sounds like a little monster. It just stuck and I changed the pronunciation to munster!lol

Anytime I insert the link into the editor it comes out ready to click. I just need to figure out how to get the video to show in the page.


by Koots on 04 April 2020 - 14:04

Jettasmom - To make a link live, select 'enable editor' at the top-right of the reply box,  then select the icon which looks like a piece if chain link.  Paste your copied link into the box that pops up when you click on the icon, then select OK @ bottom of pop-up box.

by jettasmom on 04 April 2020 - 14:04

by jettasmom on 04 April 2020 - 14:04

It worked awesome
Sport meant to say koots but came out loots


by Koots on 04 April 2020 - 16:04

Haha - You're welcome. Good looking dog and nice clearance on the jump!

Emory - those patio slabs for a kennel per chance? My pup's kennel has those ones as she's a digger, lol. Your Indy is a looker too.

by jettasmom on 04 April 2020 - 18:04

Thanks koots. I have no clue it’s a bench at a school be me. Have to find things to jump my dog until my jump gets delivered.

I wish I had that for my kennel. I bought puzzle style squares used for playgrounds and she chewed them up. Kennel in on concrete but no choice. Need one piece 11x11 stuff is expensive


by emoryg on 04 April 2020 - 18:04

Koots, I use the stones in the kennel.  I build an elevated frame and place the stones down on the joists.  I then use self leveling concrete to fill the gaps.  Its not as good as a concrete slab, but the trucks are not able to get to the house. 

The stones tend to stay cool in the shade and provide a secure base for the kennel.  Occasionally I have to be gone for a good part of the day and my biggest fear is that someone will get out of the grass portions of the runs.  With the stones as a base I can secure the dog inside that area.  Hope that makes sense!


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