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    Quote Originally Posted by Keira & Phoenix View Post
    Don't be mistaken by the short haired dogs. They shed A LOT. I have two short hair dogs. One a medium length short (Bullmastiff/Ridgie) and one a very very short (Pittie X) and they both shed bucket loads, it is everywhere in my house and it sticks into everything.

    Greyhound sounds like a good option.
    Bulldogs are shocking aswell!
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    Thanks so much for all your suggestion! I would never have even thought of greyhound, but reading up on them they do seem like they would be a good match for me! Great suggestion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    with the exception of Asharee's pup Anne.
    Huh? I think you mean Allie
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    I yes you are right

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    I will throw in the little West Whitehigland Terrier.
    Very smart dogs and have a good sense of what is right from wrong real quick.

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    They have very short legs though so not sure one would keep up at jog time
    They also need lots of grooming.

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    Chinese Crested... seriously, little buggers have no end to their energy.

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    Oh Asharee your dog is gorgeous though! I retract my statement! I'm trying to find pics of the dogs that I had in mind (they don't look like yours!!).

    Also re: greyhounds - if I were you I'd contact a rescue and let them know yoru requirements. Greys can be good jogging partners, but they're also huge couch potatoes and not all would suit your situation. One that I fostered earlier this year would be PERFECT. He's very energetic and athletic, but that's definitely not the norm! Most greys are happy to walk around the block and then sleep all day. You could find one with a suitable energy level though, no problem

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    Off subjects but I have noticed a hell of alot of greyhounds in rescue groups. Would never have guessed there would be so many!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    Oh Asharee your dog is gorgeous though! I retract my statement! I'm trying to find pics of the dogs that I had in mind (they don't look like yours!!).
    *glare* LMAO! its no worries :P i know what you ment i'm just teasing

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