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Canine Cushings - See http://www.k9cushings.com The new www.K9Cushings.com is open! So this former temporary home is closed to new posts. Please go to www.k9cushings.com and check to see if your membership transferred there. It will remain viewable, however, until the transition to the new forum at http://www.k9cushings.com/forum is complete.

 
 
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Old 05-20-2009, 05:13 PM
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Exclamation Our new forum K9cushings.com has arrived!

Please note this message updated as of 05/21/09 6:14pm edt

Hello everyone.

First, tremendous gratitude and many thanks to Natalie who has given us all a temporary home.

This temporary forum has been closed for posting. If you had registered here please follow the link to K9cushings.com and attempt to login using your former login information. If you are granted access to the site you should not have to do anything further. If you are not granted access please make sure of your login, try again and if it still fails please register at K9cushings.com just like you did here using the same username and password. If you are a new member wishing to register please follow the same link to K9cushings.com and complete the registration process. You can use this link. http://www.k9cushings.com/forum/. For transferring members do not be concerned if your old thread is not present, we have moved everything but it may take a few days for the administrators and moderators to sort them all out and move them into the appropriate forum. You may begin to post right away and we will straighten it out. We will PM you as we relocate the information we are moving from this site. The new forum has lots of features, we hope you will like it.

This has been a difficult period, we have met new friends, found old ones, we have laughed, and we have cried.

The new forum is dedicated to the care of our little ones and to the support of each other.

On behalf of K9cushings.com

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Old 05-21-2009, 10:58 AM
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Default Re: K9cushings.com Important Message to All

Update May 21, 2009

The first step in importing all of your information to www.k9cushings.com/forum has been completed - users who posted to this forum have been imported into the forum there.

So when you first go to www.k9cushings.com/forum, try logging on with the user name and password you set here.

Most of you should be able to log on using that information.

If you can't log on using your existing information, then register at the new forum.

And if you have any problems registering, please contact one of the admins or mods with a Personal Message through this forum, the Contact Us link at the Cushings forum, or by contacting me. I'm sure most of the mods and admins have set their accounts to email them when they get a PM here so will be notified even if they check in here less often.

Natalie

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