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post #11 of 80 Old 06-06-2007, 02:21 AM
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I have 3 female miniature pinschers, a dobermann and a mutt(family tree never known). The more dogs in my house, the crazier it gets. Heaven knows one of the min pins is pregnant for the first time. Good grief! She's taking lessons from her mother who bred four times already. I don't want to bear another year full of puppies barking loudly and ripping my slippers and everything else.

Don't get me wrong. I still like them but I never like to drown myself in a house full of puppies messing up my things.

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post #12 of 80 Old 06-06-2007, 02:32 AM
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[quote="ndjs"]Here's my girlfriend's Siberian Husky. She's not as mean as she looks. :)[quote]

Stunning looking mate. :D I once had a Samoid, very closly related I think, but he bit everything that moved so he had to go.
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post #13 of 80 Old 06-06-2007, 06:05 AM
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I have a 10 year old Yorkshire Terrier called Bonnie. In general I'm not such a fan of small dogs - I prefer bigger ones with whom I can roll about with but when I got her a tiny dog was all I was allowed and I dare say that Bonnie is the exception to this rule anyway - she's fabulous, and very, very spoilt!


AWWWWW...to cute. i have always wanted one. they are my favorite!

we have a chocolate lab, and she is a big old thing. doing reshearch on the internet i found there are american labs and english lab. same dog just built differently. i believe she is the english bread one.
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Here's my girlfriend's Siberian Husky. She's not as mean as she looks. :)
Stunning looking mate. :D I once had a Samoid, very closly related I think, but he bit everything that moved so he had to go.
Thanks. :) I believe they are closely related. I'm just curious how big this husky (Bella, it's Spanish for beautiful) is going to get. She's 10 months old there.

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I have a great little ShihTzu named Scoot and he doesn't have an aggressive bone in his body. He also is everywhere I am and loves going for drives. Recently, the dog from next door's house has kinda moved in. She is a little West Highland Terrier named Tulsa and hates being home alone. The neighbour on the other side has a Whippet and a Golden Retriever and when they escape they seem to end up at my place. I am just a softie, lol.

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post #16 of 80 Old 06-06-2007, 02:38 PM
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Julie's Yorik Bonnie is adorable! Is she as sweet as she looks?

Also, lovely husky! Elegant and self-confident. How old is she? We have ona at obedience classes - a boy. He is doing very well, a fast learner.
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post #17 of 80 Old 06-10-2007, 10:37 PM
This is the last pic of my Sam, taken about a week ago, who passed away yesterday. He was about 14 (pretty good for a King Charles Cavalier spaniel) and not much was working any more, and he just forgot to wake up one morning... Much loved and missed, but he had a good innings.



He did fit the pattern of dogs like owners, not too bright, very soppy and just a little bit lazy.
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post #18 of 80 Old 06-11-2007, 01:55 AM
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How sad!

But dog's life is just so short. Sam was blessed with good owners.
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post #19 of 80 Old 06-11-2007, 12:45 PM Thread Starter
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he looks cute in that pic.
sorry for the loss.
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Thanks for the sympathy folks, appreciated.
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