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    Default Finn's ridiculous way of kicking the grass

    I'm sure you're all familiar with the way some dogs kick/scratch the ground after going to the toilet. Well Finn is super awkward when he does this and I find it hilarious


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    awwwwwe look at his dainty wee feet go.

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    omg he's so dainty about it.

    he needs to take lessons from Thistle. Step 1: put your WHOLE body into it


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    It's no surprise Poodles have such a reputation for being precious and fancy Even without the fancy haircuts they still act fancy... prancing and bouncing!

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    wow... i am never getting a poodle
    "If you are not continually learning, you are already dying."

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJohnny View Post
    wow... i am never getting a poodle
    Well maybe not a white one - but what about a black one...
    https://youtu.be/b9tNR-eb2x8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by JustJohnny View Post
    wow... i am never getting a poodle
    Well maybe not a white one - but what about a black one...
    https://youtu.be/b9tNR-eb2x8
    White ones can do that stuff too! Poodles may not look tough but they can do pretty much anything with the right training.


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    I found a few white poodle fierce barking ones but no bite work...

    just for fun
    https://youtu.be/Of0tm5Vlbpc

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    I love "unconventional" breeds in assorted sports. For all the standards, dog breeds aren't static and there's going to be slow drift. Dogs breeds aren't as inflexible as people think they are

    See:

    The Kelpie that pulls sleds in snow
    Poodles doing IPO
    Pointers and crosses of doing sledding
    Whippets doing RallyO
    Huskies doing obedience
    Beagles doing agility and obedience

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThistleTheDog View Post
    I love "unconventional" breeds in assorted sports. For all the standards, dog breeds aren't static and there's going to be slow drift. Dogs breeds aren't as inflexible as people think they are

    See:

    The Kelpie that pulls sleds in snow
    Poodles doing IPO
    Pointers and crosses of doing sledding
    Whippets doing RallyO
    Huskies doing obedience
    Beagles doing agility and obedience
    I love that kind of stuff too!!

    The sled dog people at Mount Baw Baw have an ACD who runs with all their huskies and malamutes

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