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    I'm already in deep, deep manure Sean. This is like doing a critique on people's children, IN FRONT OF THEM. In fact, I can hear someone say, "The kids turned out pretty homely. Nice, but plain, but the bl oody dog's GORGEOUS!" I have been caught out here, using the fluffy yappie term, elsewhere but that does NOT include anything wirehaired and tatty, that bend my brain, like Cadbury Chocolate. I won't be attempting the VC, thanks Sean, but you gave me a huge roar of laughter, with the D-dog remark about not pretty, attitude, and a tad scruffy, like her men, and there it was a HUGE Mojo grin from Sean. SEAN LIKES THIS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruby mc nugget View Post
    LOL i was serced of boxers till i ment my arunt two boxers when i first meet them i was like oh s*** oh **** dont eat me but there so gentle but big
    Me too!! My hubby talked me into buying our first boxer and we went to see him at night time and he was about 6 months old and standing at the top of these stairs on the outside of a farm shed, there was a spotlight behind him and I nearly crapped myself and ran back to the car

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Dog View Post
    Oh boy - I made the mistake of typing "poodle" into Google images just now. Have a look at this poor sucker.
    Ya'll are gonna hate me, but I think thats kinda awesome! There is a whole load of images of poodles made up as various different animals/ art. There is a buffalo that is particularly awesome, as an art that is, not as an everyday thing. (please don't hate me! lol)

    I don't like the show clip on poodles, but poodles themselves are really sweet, though not my favorite look.

    I'm not a fan of little white fluffies - as a former groomer, these made up the majority of my clients, most were little terrors - not their fault though, owners baby them.

    I like the unusual looking, the scruffy, the three legged, the ones that no one else will choose!

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    My 5yo was petrified of dogs, until we got Oskar, and she was afraid of him even when we bought him home....fast forward 8 and a half months later, and she (and my other dog loving daughter) are all over him like prickly heat lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    How dare you Newfsie....my mum's dogs are a Shihtzu and a Maltese. I'm telling mum on you !!! Lol.....
    That wasnt so hard now was it !!
    Thanks for fessing up !!!
    Shhheeeeesh, wow, that was like pulling teeth lmao, but you did it sean, she fessed up HIGH FIVE BUDDY
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    lol
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    What a hoot to be afeared of boxers! HYPER friendly and insane for their whole lives, but there is one thing to fear, that they are infamous for... far ting.

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    I really do like all dogs, but think many breeds/dogs personalities and individual bebaviours are shaped by moronic owners but i guess sometimes experience with a certain breed greys your opinion of one breed over the other as well so here goes.

    I was bitten on the stomach by wolfhound when i was 8 months pregnant. so i dont like those at all, a red heeler got me on the leg more than once so yep. wouldnt have one of those, i am not a big fan of greyhounds and similar looking dogs and I am not a big fan of poodles or maltese only because i have met some major neurotics and downright nasty ones, but then that comes back to the owners, im guessing they could be very sweet in the right hands.
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    These 2 are the perfect example of aggressive spoilt little turds. They have turned my mother aginst me. She makes them a icecream in a cone each but wont even offer me one (yes, i have lectured the old girl about feeding them icecream).

    Notice how they dont look up at the camera ??!!! Typical criminals...keeping thier identity a secret. Well i'll blow thier cover.
    They are 'Slitthroat Sam' the grey, white one and 'Deadly Daisy'. They both look innocent enough but what they are actually doing is planning how they are going to kill Mojo and myself while we sleep. They are nasty little $h!ts are should not be approached, patted or offered ice cream in a cone.

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    LMAO Sean!!! Next you are gonna tell us, that the spoilt little shitzus eat their "my dog" from the Royal Doulton at the table hehe...How criminal that your mum gives them ice cream in cones and doesn't offer her 34 year young son one!!! Well I never!!!!!

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