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    On the dog of course. You people. Gosh

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    Have you thought about a Brittany, crested? Got absolutely NO idea about them, but hey, they're pretty I actually would really love a Crested, but I wouldn't be able to get one before I moved out, of course *eyeroll* apparently not everyone likes bald bums. Of course, the parents. But I think they're lovely. Trainability?

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    Trainability? What's that?

    They can be rather stubborn. Cyrus is now 14 months old and only just learning to stack properly at shows if that gives you an idea.
    To be fair though I haven't put in the effort I should have.

    All that I know are extremely food oriented so that is a bonus with training.

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    Might be good for a challenge. I do love to train. But then again it might drive me crazy; I do like to be getting somewhere with my training. But if I really work at it it'd be worth the effort. Hmmm, indeed. Energy levels? I'm just going to keep picking your brains, and then I'm going to move onto poodles

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    Yes there are Tibetan Terriers & they are great dogs & very much a big dog in a small package.
    Dogs make everyday life enjoyable...........

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    lol Brit. Energy levels are up and down.
    He spends half the day curled up in bed with a blanket over him (not his bed, OUR bed!)
    And the other half is spent running full force doing zoomies around the back yard. It's one extreme to the other.

    I will have to post some videos on here for you, they are such quirky little dogs. Ooooh I'll take one tonight at dinner time, he goes nuts for his dinner.

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    Ooh, yes please

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    Bit disappointed, he usually goes a lot more mental than he did tonight... probably because I cut all the food up and then remembered I had to find my camera so the excitement wore off... he still goes a little crazy though lol

    Also excuse the mess in the living room

    Oh, and no he isn't trained to jump up on people, he only does this at dinner time, for treats he waits patiently.

    YouTube - Cyrus's Dinner


    EDIT - And just for the fun of it here's me training the Poodles
    http://www.youtube.com/user/sharswar#p/u/0/xAXQUiMMIdA
    Last edited by Crested_Love; 01-15-2011 at 10:36 PM.

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    Lovely dogs.............
    The cc is bigger than I thought they where,but just as cute as I'd imagined.
    Poodles are so switched on & your guys look great.
    I will have to get a clip of Milly sheep herding she looks so small being a toy/mini cross & closest to toy than mini too, lol.
    Dogs make everyday life enjoyable...........

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    Thanks crazydog, I was so proud of Prada (black poodle) that day. At first she was too scared to jump from one to the other, but once I managed to get her to jump one and she realised she wasn't going to fall she started flying across!!!
    Brody(white poodle) just kept jumping up on one, then when I tried to get him to jump to the next one he would jump off first and then try to jump back up

    I actually haven't measured Cyrus but at a guess he is around 12 inches at the wither. He's smaller than the poodles.
    And yes post a video of yours!

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