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    I've always wanted a Griffon Bruxelois. Maybe one day...
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    I've only ever had females. Boy dogs just don't do it for me

    Do you have a colour preference? I love the B&T

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    Griffon's are lovely, too

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    well my fav dog breed is lab..... just the right height, easy to train, loyal, easy care coat....PERFECT!!!

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    Take Lacey to the Lost Dogs Home and let her pick

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    I love the Black and Tan min pins too.

    I'd always had girl dogs until Johnny - there was just something about him. I wouldn't trade him for a girl. I will however add a girl to the mix! I all ready have names in mind.

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    Are you going to get a pup from a breeder or rescue?

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    I've looked into a breeder for our next puppy. My OH prefers pure bred dogs (not sure why exactly!)

    But we rescue families of cats so it isn't off the cards if I bump into one along the way.

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    I vote CAV

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    Quote Originally Posted by michelle89 View Post
    I've looked into a breeder for our next puppy. My OH prefers pure bred dogs (not sure why exactly!)

    But we rescue families of cats so it isn't off the cards if I bump into one along the way.
    Pure bred dogs also end up in rescue alhough purebred pups aren't overly common.

    I've rehomed more than 55 Pugs, many with their pedigree papers. Only one pup though and he was a cross bred Pug.
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
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