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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    Any breed can do agility - from Chihuahua to Greyhound - I've seen it!!
    Really? I get the feeling it's something Charlie would enjoy, but being Pug x Cav I wasn't sure if he could? He's such a smart bugger, and so active. Anyways, I'll see how he goes with his obedience training from next week.

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    I think any dog, mutt included can do agility or obedience

    (See GSD, I was listening! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    Any breed can do agility - from Chihuahua to Greyhound - I've seen it!!
    I stewarded at an Agility trial we had at dog club. Man !! Those toy Poodles rock at this discipline !! Smart little buggers ... & bloody fast !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    I'm amazed to hear some of your stories. Clea, you're so brave. You too Megan.

    And Bella, you're far nicer to your MIL than I would be! Ugh.

    No way I'm having kids yet...No one is gunna convince me
    Don't have a choice I'm afraid Dis, have to play nice for hubby's sake.
    Mind you we currently have a perfectly good reason for our decision that no one can argue with - hubby's recent illness diagnosis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    I think any dog, mutt included can do agility or obedience

    (See GSD, I was listening! )
    For sure ... any dog can do Ob or Agility. If you want to take them trialling though ... that's a whole different ball game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSDs4Ever View Post
    I stewarded at an Agility trial we had at dog club. Man !! Those toy Poodles rock at this discipline !! Smart little buggers ... & bloody fast !!
    A friend of mine has a toy poodle - he's really skinny and he's got the longest legs and can jump so high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    BTW girls talking about never getting pregnant - OMG - shut up - you're kids - you dont need to think about that at the moment. When you're 30 you may feel differently. Certainly at 20 I hated little kids and now at 30 I am think I would like kids one day perhaps. Dont write yourselves and your relationships off now. Disney - you're freaking 17 - just don't OK - I have seen way too many pregnant teens where it doesn't work out as well as it did for Megan.
    Actually, I know what I'm going to feel when I'm 30 better than anyone. And yes, it is something I have to think about now because my partner and I want different things for our future. To me, not wanting kids isn't "writing myself off" - it's a choice I'm confident in and happy with. Some of us are more decisive and aware of who we are and our core dreams and wants more than others. So excuse me if I choose to talk about whatever I feel like bitching about in a "womens bitching thread"

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    Some ppl want kids, others don't. Ppl who want them should have them; those who don't want them should never have them.

    You can't take them back for a refund; you can't exchange for another model; you can't leave them at the RSPCA; you can't give them away, rehome them or sell them.

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    Feel free Liza to say whatever you like. So long as you're not hurting anyone else with what you've got to say. Better "out than in" I say.
    Last edited by GSDs4Ever; 01-17-2010 at 02:04 PM.

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    Hmm, while we're bitching...

    9 year old had a friend stay over for a sleep-over last night.

    Why did he want to stay over at our house?
    His dad was down the effing pup, his mother was going to go out and enjoy herself somewhere and meet OH at the pub later, and his 11 year old sister had agreed to stay in her room all night, as she would be home unsupervised!

    I'm dumbfounded! WTF?

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