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 DMTwo
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1/14/2020 6:25:13 PM reply with quote send message to DMTwo Object to Post   

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I have another subscribed account, and have this basic account for showing some different breeds. Starting today when I log into the Basic account, there's a yellow bar at the top of the page that says I'm over the kennel limit of 5 dogs, but when I click somewhere else and come back to my kennel page, it says my kennel limit is 30. This has started happening only today and I've had this account a couple of weeks. Which is it? I know quite a few of the rules for Basic kennels have changed since I last played in 2012.



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 Azawakh Inc.
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1/14/2020 6:32:10 PM reply with quote send message to Azawakh Inc. Object to Post

Premium users may have up to 30 adult dogs. If you go over that limit, your dogs will not be removed, but you will no longer be able to buy dogs, enter in shows, assign handlers to shows you're already entered in, or breed. Dogs on the Retirement Couch do not count towards the limit for premium users.

Basic users may have up to 5 adult dogs. If you go over that limit, your extra dogs will be removed. Dogs on the Retirement Couch count towards the limit for basic users.

Adult dogs are dogs that are 14 days old or older
 DMTwo
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1/14/2020 11:22:02 PM reply with quote send message to DMTwo Object to Post

Why does it say 5 on my kennel page and 30 on my dog page, though?
 Bailey Barns
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1/15/2020 1:12:23 AM reply with quote send message to Bailey Barns Object to Post

This account appears to be a subscribed account.
 Dark Mirage
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1/15/2020 9:24:10 AM reply with quote send message to Dark Mirage Object to Post

It is now. I just upgraded it to keep the crawler from snagging the dogs!

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The sit for exam is a modified version of the Stand for Exam. It is generally used in novice level classes and requires the handler to order the dog to sit and then to move away from the dog the length of the leash. The judge will then approach the dog and pet the dog's head.