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As you can see, Pavlova (10 months) is a real snow bunny. Cattle Dogs are always joyful and just love to please their owners. Check out Ridgey Didge Bound For Glory showing off. Ridgey Didge Beds Are Burning aka Ben is a very handsome dog with good herding instinct. Ben (15 months) is the spitting image of his mum Melba. At the French Championship 2007 Ridgey Didge Bound For Glory aka Caddie was the best ACD youth. He was also attributed the Reserve CACS at the 2007 National Breed Show and the one held in 2008. Ridgey Didge Better Be Home Soon aka Bat (6 months). Ridgey Didge By My Side aka Angie (6 months) and her best friend Texas. Ridgey Didge Beauty On The Fire aka Daisy (12 weeks old) spends part of her time on a fishing boat off the Mediterranean coast. Daisy (5 months old) snoozing with a friendly Braque. Ridgey Didge Breakfast At Sweethearts aka Pavlova (10 months) - like her three sisters - is 45 cm and has all her teeth. Happy Birthday Pavlova!!! Already one year old. Archibald du Shuunka Takan (our Aussie x Muad'dib's Blue Ayla). Here on his 1st birthday. With his handsome blue grey coat and his 47 cm, Archie (12 months) is true to type. A typical ACD, Archie (18 months) loves playing in the snow. Archie (21 months) like most ACDs also likes getting wet. Banjo is my 3rd ACD, and my husband's 1st dog. We are really proud that such a nice fellow bears our prefix. Banjo is a well-balanced dog with character, and good herding instinct. Here at 11 months.
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