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Author Topic : Why no GCH?
 Europa Black
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10/21/2013 5:15:27 PM reply with quote send message to Europa Black Object to Post   

www.showdog.com/dog.aspx?id=12579852
He's got yes for all three. I looked on it this morning and it wasn't there so thought I'd give it a few hours but it's now been more than 12 hours and still nothing..
 linlin23
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10/21/2013 5:28:54 PM reply with quote send message to linlin23 Object to Post

Odd... I would message Admin tomorrow if it still hasn't changed by then.

Anybody else having the same issue?
 Sierra R Kennel
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10/21/2013 11:21:55 PM reply with quote send message to Sierra R Kennel Object to Post

I've been waiting all day for it to update and give the GCH title to my boxer boy Scandal as well. He earned it this morning.

www.showdog.com/dog.aspx?id=12606452
 SouwestaSun
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10/22/2013 3:45:08 AM reply with quote send message to SouwestaSun Object to Post

I have 2 waiting in different kennels. Still no GCH this morning!
 Europa Black
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10/22/2013 1:17:44 PM reply with quote send message to Europa Black Object to Post

Same here.. It's been almost 2 days now and still nothing..
 Europa Black
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10/23/2013 2:09:00 AM reply with quote send message to Europa Black Object to Post

I PMed admin, but I didn't get a reply. Hopefully it'll show up later today.

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