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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    a Newf?
    PMSL. Yeah, Jessicat is trying to buy a new vacuum, so could work out.

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    Newfie's are a good competitor as well...Well I have six months to decide so no hurry

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    Except, Newfie's are rather pricey.

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    Veto. Hubby will cough up the money, but I want that money for more productive things...Like a vacuum

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    Nah mate, I'm telling you, you gotta go ape at the company for that and get one really, really cheap.

    *well, sounds good. I've done it, just not with a vacuum*

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    Oh believe me I'm going to go ape...If for no other reason, my little boy is still upset. Anyway, back on topic.

    So far spaniels are in the lead folks!

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    I have had a couple of cocker spaniels.... fabulous dogs. Mine tended towards the neurotic scale a bit, had problems with seperation anxiety and jealousy. Mate had one turn a bit "snappy" as they have been known to do. Only other prob I recall was grass seeds in the ears and toes if you are on a farm or walk near long grass. Other than that, I just love them, so cuddly and soft...... arrrrrrrhhhh.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soverencraft View Post
    I have had a couple of cocker spaniels.... fabulous dogs. Mine tended towards the neurotic scale a bit, had problems with seperation anxiety and jealousy. Mate had one turn a bit "snappy" as they have been known to do. Only other prob I recall was grass seeds in the ears and toes if you are on a farm or walk near long grass. Other than that, I just love them, so cuddly and soft...... arrrrrrrhhhh.....
    Are they 'jealous' of other dogs?
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    I have a major soft spot for the Springer Spaniels and the Brittany Spaniel. Absolutely gorgeous dogs, and very soft tempered too providing you raise them that way!

    So they are my vote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    I have a major soft spot for the Springer Spaniels and the Brittany Spaniel. Absolutely gorgeous dogs, and very soft tempered too providing you raise them that way!

    So they are my vote
    Agree. Brittany's are lovely natured IMO. Only ever met a couple though. But they were gorgeous.

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