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    Thanks Riley. I've just revisited your album and the link mentioned above.
    I had it in my head that you had a GSD! The GSP is a beautiful looking dog, but I must admit I'm hopeless at dog breed identification, I still confuse GSPs and Weimeramas (sp?).

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    The Weimaraner is a similar type of pup to a GSP - Group 3 in the show ring and classed as a gun dog - but totally different coat colour.

    Australian National Kennel Council


    There are not that many animals around that I don't like - human kind - well !

    Finding out things about other breeds of dogs is all about knowing what you may come across in your everyday life with your pup !

    Not too late to start learning about breeds of pups - because there is an absolute myriad of breeds out there - and all of them purebred or not - are worthwhile !
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    weimaraner dog - sporting dog breeds - online dog encyclopedia - dogs in depth.com

    I like this website as it gives the origins etc of some breeds, (unfortunately not all).
    I believe the bloodhound part of the original GSP breeding.
    I have a box with new toys for Christmas in the top of the wardrobe.
    Snoopy is often found in there standing on his hind legs and sniffing.
    He can smell them!

    (Yes, Riley the photos of GSPs and EPs are a bit mixed up on the site above)

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    Oh yeah, my dog asks for things. I bring the shopping home - she can see and smell all that is coming into the house! It is wonderful! All that food! Unfortunately, she is a food pig, so I've worked out ways that will satisfy her. I put a lettuce into the fridge? Would you really like a lettuce leaf? Said in a very excited tone. OOHH! YEAH! I've got a lettuce leaf and it is so yummy! Put away the carrots a little while later, here you are sweetheart - a carrot just for you! How about half an apple? If I didn't feed her the fruit and vegies, she would feel she was being deprived. She's a good weight for her size and crossed breed, so I must be doing something right.

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    It's funny. The thing I get asked for most is pats by far. Lots of people starving your dogs obviously with how desperate they are for food, but mine must be starved of love and affection.
    I'm not sure who the crueler owner is here...

    Picture to show one deprived hound.

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    Another "DoonaHund" lol.

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    Has anyone ever found out how they can sleep under the doona a whole night without suffocating?

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    Quote Originally Posted by margoo View Post
    Has anyone ever found out how they can sleep under the doona a whole night without suffocating?
    Ha I wish. Sammy will be desperate to get under the covers - he likes to make himself a little cave. But I know when he goes under I have about 15 minutes until he will want to come out and when he does, he will collapse like a beached whale on top of me as he crawls out. He does it every time. And every time of course I ask him to move straight away and he does, but then next time he does it again :s

    My cat used to stay under the covers all night though down at my feet (perfect for winter). I can't understand how they can possibly get enough oxygen. To be fair though, my cat was a bit 'special'. RIP Isa you are missed.

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    I assume that 2 goofs jumping up on the glass sliding door till they nearly break through it means that they want dinner.

    So yes they do make 'requests'.....but with thier lack of manners it's more like 'demands'.

    And Mojo gives me a slobbery Bullmastiff kiss nearly everynight while i sleep.......it's his cute way of saying "hey dad, wake up and let me out for a piss".


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