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  #71  
Unread 01-09-2007, 05:08 PM
Breeds?

Toy poodles! Because they're small ... easy to carry around ... have the in car ... cuddle! ... they don't moult, so can go everywhere and anywhere in the house and they don't mess up your clothes! ... and they're very intelligent.

I always choose boys because they're so sweet and will do anything to please their 'Mum' ... I haven't found that the case with girls.

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  #72  
Unread 01-09-2007, 05:55 PM
Breeds?

we have 3..a basenji,a ****zu and a rat terrierchuhua mix...
  #73  
Unread 01-09-2007, 07:37 PM
Breeds?

I love our male shiba but we sort of made him in to a garfield. He loves to eat and sleep and sleep and eat. Like I said we created the monster. He gets his shiba 500 in every now in then though. He really should be a fat shiba but he is still presently the right size. Maybe we need to run some???
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  #74  
Unread 01-09-2007, 07:58 PM
Breeds?

We have a ****-A-Poo (black & white) and a cat who thinks he's a dog.
Seriously, the dog; Gizmo is the best dog ever-smart, sweet disposition, great with kids (and cats!). I have had dogs my whole adult life, and beside my boxer, Lucy this one is the best!
  #75  
Unread 01-09-2007, 09:07 PM
My first and only dog

We own a chocolate covered standard poodle. She is the only dog I have ever had and we adore her. She is a member of the family. We chose a girl because we thought she would be more gentle for first timers. She is smart and loving - everything you could ask for.
  #76  
Unread 01-10-2007, 04:15 PM
Breeds?

I am owned by my 9 year old Boston Terrier. His named is Winston, he is blind, due to cateracts and he has diabetes. He is also in diapers, due to the diabetes because his kidneys were affected. He is a wonderful, loveable little guy and very spoiled.
I am also owned by a 3 year old Irish Wolfhound named Regina, we call her Reggie. She was the runt of the litter so she only weights 110 and is only 25 inches high at the shoulders. She is truely a spoiled baby.
I would have more dogs if we lived in a larger home. They are my best friends and go everywhere with us.
  #77  
Unread 01-10-2007, 05:16 PM
Breeds?

I have a yellow lab named champ. he will be 1 year old on january 15th. He is really smart, and he always wants to play and be with us.
  #78  
Unread 01-10-2007, 06:20 PM
Breeds?

We have a beautiful Golden Retriever who's 19 months old. He's sooooo loving and playful and... bossy I love him to pieces.
  #79  
Unread 01-18-2007, 12:58 PM
Breeds?

We have 2 wonderful fur-babies. A b/w long-haired cat (yes, I know this thread is about dogs, but he'd feel hurt if I didn't mention him) and our girl, a Border Collie/Belgian Shepherd mix. Both are shelter babies.

I have a co-worker who's quite proud to let everyone know he has a Shi-tzu/Poodle mix. I'll let you figure out what he calls it.
Be careful you don't tear your sutures laughing, ladies!
  #80  
Unread 01-18-2007, 02:01 PM
Breeds?

We have three rescued Border Collies and they are my world now that the human kids are growing and going.

Rob Dog is 6 years old now and my heart dog. Briar Rose is 8 and is a tennis ball fanatic. Buddy is 14 and my velcro dog. I have to say with BC's I prefer the males to the females. Briar is a love but very moody and sassy. The boys are much more easy going than she is.

Why Border Collies? With their smarts I needed something to keep me on my toes after raising four kids, right?!
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