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Ok, I've been here for a few months but I never got around to posting any pictures. Well I finally found some that I can post. This first one is 4 years old, but it is one of the better ones I have of them. The puppy is Duncan at about 4 months and the one lying in my lap is Grania age 4 years. I will try to get some more recent pictures of them posted soon.

I really enjoy coming here to find information about Cairns. They are such wonderful little dogs. I don't know what I would do without them. :P



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Welcome to the group - and thanks for sharing the pictures of your babies! They are really adorable. Does "Grania" mean something in particular" - it's really unique.

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Grania is a short version of "Grainne ni Mhaille". She was an Irish pirate during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. When I got her I couldn't think of any good Scots female names so I opted for an Irish one. Galic actually. By the way, Grainne is also known as Grace O'Malley.

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Welcome Beth, from another Beth here. Grania and Duncan are both adorable. How much does Grania weigh? She looks small in the picture, even next to 4 mth old Duncan. I agree that these dogs are wonderful. I don't know what I'd do w/o my three girls.

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Beth, mom to Ninja (5), Hannah (7), Abbey (7 1/2), Kiara (10)

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