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Old Posted Jan 15, 2009, 4:27 PM
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The Dog Thread

Like the cat thread, but for dogs. Post your dog photos.

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Old Posted Jan 17, 2009, 5:50 AM
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The dog thread is a bit of a dog! Sorry I couldn't stop myself...
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Old Posted Jan 17, 2009, 7:04 AM
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Not really into small dogs... Nice Golden Retriever initiald.
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That looks like my friend's rednose pitbull. And he is the friendliest dog you could ever see. And does he LOVE me.
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"Not really into small dogs..."

I'm the opposite - I like just about every kind of dog (except high-strung yappy types). But as for owning - I won't ever consider a breed that's not 1. Asian, 2. Toy breed, 3. smush-nosed. So for me it's a Pug, Pekingnese or a Shih-Tzu.

Anyway - my beloved step-pugs, Chloe and Emma:

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Old Posted Jan 21, 2009, 4:30 PM
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I have two dogs, Baron and Homer (homer is my step-child - my gf's dog)

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Baron stalking Homer:
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Old Posted Feb 15, 2009, 9:49 AM
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Not my dogs but I LOVE Great Danes and I want one so bad! They are the best kinds of dogs imo.









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Old Posted Feb 15, 2009, 8:10 PM
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I found a dog the other day and I brought it back to my house.



Luckily I found it's owner before the day was over.
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Old Posted Feb 21, 2009, 6:51 PM
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I'm the opposite - I like just about every kind of dog (except high-strung yappy types).
Same here. I have no tolerance for high-strung dogs. They bring out the worst in me. Some people seem to think that ALL small dogs are yappy and excitable.....they couldn't be more wrong. My dog, Buddy, has the personality of a cow, very quiet, relaxed and a sense of patience that I've never seen in any dog, large OR small. (or human for that matter)





Now this Yorkie, on the right, belongs to some friends of ours and she's just the opposite....nervous, whiney, always pacing back and forth and very, VERY needy.....Cute dog but I can't stand being around her. Buddy's not crazy about her either.



BTW, damn cute dogs, everybody!
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Some people seem to think that ALL small dogs are yappy and excitable.....they couldn't be more wrong.
So it's you that needs a muzzle then?...joking
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Old Posted Feb 21, 2009, 7:46 PM
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^Mmmmmmmmaybe, but only when it comes to yappy dogs or bratty kids. (nice to see you back MsMe)
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What kind of dog is Buddy?
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That's all I have uploaded, other than the ones I took after my dad tried to save $35 and shave her himself.

And yes, she has a tent.
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Buddy's a Shih Tzu rescued from the dog pound. We keep his hair cut fairly short. None of that long, high maintenence hair with the clips and barrets and crap. He doesn't like to be brushed at all.
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Pure doggy contentment!

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I keep my mini schnauzer trimmed down too. She is overdue for her trim. I need to make an apt. with the groomer soon.
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Pure doggy contentment!
What a life eh.

Can I be that dog?
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Old Posted Feb 22, 2009, 4:34 AM
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I used to say that I would love to be reincarnated as a spoiled dog until I saw my own dog eating cat poop.
I don't think much about being a dog anymore.
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