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Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-service dog

March 10th 2007

Kiwibird squeaker, tormenting big brother Malcolm

That annoying pest, Lizzie, who likes to pull tails

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Arrival Story:
Kaylee joined my family after her breeder and co-owner decided that she would make a better performance or working dog than a show dog, as she is a busy, busy girl.

We let Kaylee go on 1/26/11 after a short but valiant fight against a brain tumor. Run free, pretty girl.

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May 7th 2008 More than 8 years!

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Kaylee's Training Blog

About Me

August 6th 2008 4:45 am
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This blog is actually just a mirror of some of the training logs (and my opinions on them) from my mom's main blog- and I won't be reposting all her posts here. That would be plagiarism, which is uncollielike. Anyway, you can read more about my adventures (and Mom's opinions on things) at http://dogstaracademy.wordpress.com

My name is Kaylee, and I'm a rough collie. I was born in Lake Worth, Texas, grew up in Weatherford, and moved to Dallas when I was just over a year old after my first mom, Bethany, decided that I was too busy to be 'just' a showdog. (And there was something about me not having a pretty enough headpiece and having 'no backskull', but I have NO idea what they were talking about, I'm obviously drop-dead gorgeous, so there.) So now I'm a service dog in training. I'm training my mom to pet me and give me food for sitting, bringing her things, and other easy behaviors. So far, I think this service dog thing is a pretty good deal, even if it DOES mean putting up with my annoying older brother, Malcolm. (He's from our mom's first litter and thinks he knows EVERYTHING. HAH. If you knew everything, Malcolm, she wouldn't have gotten ME to be her service dog instead of you!) And there's this little upstart fuzzball here too, Lizzie, but mostly I just sit on her and she shuts up, eventually.

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