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Well in the last 24 hours Axel has now meet most of our neighbors. We are trying to get him to meet as many people as possible so he is socialized. He fell asleep on the one neighbor's porch and then their yard and then under their bush. That neighbor said he was his kind of dog ... low key and laid back.
If and when he gets energetic I'm going to be shocked.

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Comment by Prairie Quilter Jan/NE on July 23, 2009 at 6:13am
When I was growing up, we lived several hours from my grandmother. In the sandhills of Nebraska, towns are few and far between. On one 130-mile stretch of road, there sat a little gas station near a small town at the mid-point between the two larger towns. We always stopped for a "break" and snacks. Inside the door of this family-owned station - always - laid a HUGE St. Bernard - usually asleep. (He was well socialized, by the way, but his presence was still intimidating.) When one dog would grow old and die, they would get another one. I never knew the difference, but always knew I could count on seeing a big ol' dog sleeping by the door.

Now that little family-owned station has been bought out by a larger chain and there is no St. Bernard by the door.
Comment by Suzanne L/WA on July 23, 2009 at 4:19am
I don't have to bother socializing my Foster either because he's already introduced himself to all the neighbors. He jumps the fence whenever he wants to go visiting. The post office says they won't deliver to me if he's outside the fence just one more time when the postman comes. LOL
Comment by Gayle/La. on July 23, 2009 at 12:15am
You better be careful, Axel may decide he likes the neighbor's porch best. Then you will have to get another "Fluffy".

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