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5:54 PM, Apr. 20, 2013  |  Comments
Like the rest of us, Lille has learned this spring that just when you think you can put the boots and jacket away, doggone it if you don't need to dig them out again. Named after Lillehammer, Norway, the 6-month-old adoptee from Bay Area Humane Society is an Australian cattle/border collie mix with 'a ton of energy.'' Her favorite activity is running next to owners Robyn Lauritsen of Ashwaubenon and her boyfriend when they cross-country ski. She's extremely friendly to every dog and human she meets, wagging not just her tail but her whole body. 'She will even get into 'rub my belly' position on her back before you can say, 'Sit,''' Lauritsen says.
Like the rest of us, Lille has learned this spring that just when you think you can put the boots and jacket away, doggone it if you don't need to dig them out again. Named after Lillehammer, Norway, the 6-month-old adoptee from Bay Area Humane Society is an Australian cattle/border collie mix with 'a ton of energy.'' Her favorite activity is running next to owners Robyn Lauritsen of Ashwaubenon and her boyfriend when they cross-country ski. She's extremely friendly to every dog and human she meets, wagging not just her tail but her whole body. 'She will even get into 'rub my belly' position on her back before you can say, 'Sit,''' Lauritsen says.
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Like the rest of us, Lille has learned this spring that just when you think you can put the boots and jacket away, doggone it if you don't need to dig them out again. Named after Lillehammer, Norway, the 6-month-old adoptee from Bay Area Humane Society is an Australian cattle/border collie mix with "a ton of energy.'' Her favorite activity is running next to owners Robyn Lauritsen of Ashwaubenon and her boyfriend when they cross-country ski. She's extremely friendly to every dog and human she meets, wagging not just her tail but her whole body. "She will even get into 'rub my belly' position on her back before you can say, 'Sit,''' Lauritsen says.

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