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 Fourlorn
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2/11/2017 10:31:58 PM reply with quote send message to Fourlorn Object to Post

Staregus, I hope this works. happy :)



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 Crystal Lions
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2/11/2017 11:07:55 PM reply with quote send message to Crystal Lions Object to Post

No rush....Thanks for the update tho!
PM me when it is done- I may forget to look here.
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 Boodie Kennels
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2/12/2017 12:49:29 AM reply with quote send message to Boodie Kennels Object to Post


Kennel Name: Boodie Kennels
Breed(s): Standard Poodles and Afghan Hounds
Slogan: Capture The Dream
Theme: dreamy
Oval, Square or Brush?: oval or square
 BeEnchanted
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2/18/2017 10:43:00 PM reply with quote send message to BeEnchanted Object to Post

Are you still taking orders?
 Taymyr
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2/18/2017 11:14:44 PM reply with quote send message to Taymyr Object to Post

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 Russet Maples Kennel
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4/27/2017 6:14:27 PM reply with quote send message to Russet Maples Kennel Object to Post

Don't know if your still taking orders.... If you are I'm ok with waiting a while.
Kennel: Russet Maples Kennel
Breed(s): Mastiffs, Pointers, and Black and Tan Coonhounds
(it's fine if you only put one or two of them on the banner)
Slogan: Sit. Stay. Play!
Theme: A maple tree forest or whatever you think best
Oval, Square or Brush?: square

If your not taking any more orders that's fine.
Thanks
 Wicked Kisses
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6/8/2017 9:43:38 AM reply with quote send message to Wicked Kisses Object to Post

Are you still taking orders? happy :)

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