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  1. hsvguy

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    She's just resigned from the lawn mowing.
     
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    So cute. Is she a labradoodle?
     
  4. broccoli

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    Looks like a normal mini poodle to me. Cute as a button.

    hsvguy, has your dog become big-headed after his tv appearance?
     
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    A miniature poodle, I don't think a Labradoodle would fit on the top of our couch :lol:
     
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    Our girl Juno sits by the door whenever we leave

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  8. broccoli

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    I think it's in the Dog Handbook. Sit there looking pitiful so the people feel bad and take you with them.
     
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    My 17 y/o Maltese X recently developed vestibular disease :( so this is how she is most comfortable these days.

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    Here's my little(?) man. Ridgey x Mastiff with a little bull Arab as well. Great dog and is a real family dog which will be great with our family moving extending to not just fur babies this year.
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    It's been a while now since my pomeranian died. I still get a bit upset when I see ones who look like her... :(

    Beautiful dogs, cojcx.

    (I've been to the pound and have put a deposit on another dog. He's got to have his nuts off before coming home:tongue:)
     
  14. cbb1935

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    Your place must look like cloud with all that shedded hair :)

    Beautiful dogs though :)
     
  15. cojcx

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    Sorry for your loss :(

    Yes, lots of fur. Thanks for the compliments guys. They can be a handfull at times. The Samoyed forgets his size often and can trample on the others. Big Pom doesn't like the Samoyed most of the time, but they play occasionally. Samoyed and Little Pom are pretty much glued at the hip...always chasing noises/birds/"hassling" the neighbours dogs through the fences. Samoyed gets very upset if he doesn't have another dog or a human with him. All very affectionate and clingy at times, due to my girlfriend babying them from the get-go :lol:
     
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    Thanks. It's a long time now, it's just when I see "her" in a photo or another dog, it reminds me of her. She didn't shed, but she was part-maltese, so that might have had something to do with it. I'd expected to have to primp and preen her, but she turned out very easy-care.
     
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    Honestly puzzled at the little guy and his confidence/playfulness with other dogs.

    Wouldn't play with mates 7month old whippet the other day(and hasn't the last few times they have met) but today just walked up to a husky a million times his size (could literally walk straight in-between its front legs and not hit its chest, was worried for half a sec when they met nose to nose as its just an open grass area down at the river and nfi if it was other dog friendly) and was running around with it having the greatest of fun.

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    We had a dog picnic one day. Do you know who my dog (pomeranian/maltese) made a beeline for? A great dane. They had a fine old time.
     
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    as soon as the kids go to bed , someone takes over


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    using those eyes to try and get some of ma jerky

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    and after those eyes have worked

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    hahaha, good one :thumbup: I wouldn't be able to resist that look, either.
     

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