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Jeff if you could email me with contact info, I have some questions about her. sctk11 at yahoo.com

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4wanderingeyes... I sent you an e-mail. Let me know on here if you got it or give me a call. I'm not sure if the e'mail works through this computer at work. Thanks

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Yep got it, I believe my wife will call you soon with a few questions.

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Jeff if you can call my wifes phone, or email me back. I replied to the email you sent me, then realized it wasnt your email, and you used someone elses! crazy.gif

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I hope this works out and you find a good home for Jasmine. I had to give away a German Shorthair once and I still miss that dog. She needed to run and I just didnt have the time or room anymore. I hope you find a good place.

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Thanks Jeff! Jasmine has adapted well so far, the kids and wife already fell in love with her!

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That's really great to hear. I will get her papers in the mail as soon as i can. I really appreciate you guys helping me with this.

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4wanderingeyes I hunt with a litermate to this dog and want to talk to you please email me at [email protected] or call me at 763 464 9692.thanks

Email sent! Sorry just seen your post.

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