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    Im researching Dalmatians cause thats the breed I plan on next. Not until Roly passes, but its good to know excactly what im working with.
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    I have since changed my mind about the grooming. it is just too hard to keep on top of the ticks with a long haired dog IMO. I really would like a BC though. Im stuck in a rut, taking on all of your ops. It sounds like a Dally is too airy-fairy for what I'm looking for in this stage of my life. A BC does sound just right, minus the coat. They are really beautiful dogs, obedient and smart, am I right? I would be training as soon as I can, doing a lot of socialising ( that is where I went wrong with bella) , especially at DT. There is a BC at DT that is just the most stunning dog, and her coat is so smooth. She is owned by the agility trainer, and to watch them work together is amazing. I do want something easy to train, and something that would be suitable for agility, as I have said before. As BCs reign in the ring, I do think that one would suit. But what about the coat? I am also not a fan of the smooth coat BC. Just a personal preference.
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    I live in a high tick area and if I was to go back seriously into competition it would be with a show Kelpie.

    But you know what? attend some agility trials and you'll see just how many LWF are out there zooming around the agility course.

    There is currently a couple of wonderful Papillons going around the rings with the following titles.
    ADM4, JDM5, GDX, SPD, SD

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    How about a Kelpie? They are intelligent, quick to learn, energetic, loyal, obediant, dominate agility/flyball and malt little to nothing.
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    Lwf, adm4,jdm5,gdx,spd,sd??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    How about a Kelpie? They are intelligent, quick to learn, energetic, loyal, obediant, dominate agility/flyball and malt little to nothing.
    Sorry, I just don't like Kelpies. Also, I can't handle the Kelpie bark, because I get severe migraines.

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    Whats the Kelpie bark?
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    all dogs bark in my opinion...even non kelpies

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    Thats what I was thinking Dorte
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Whats the Kelpie bark?
    Many of the kelpies I havemet have had a really high pitched bark. I just can't handle it, it sets off my migraines
    Last edited by Brittany; 03-19-2010 at 04:30 PM.

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