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Old 03-15-2014, 05:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Never underestimate dogs: Westie and Rottweiler oops litter

"West Highland terrier Joey has cross-bred with a female Rottweiler double his size to father a litter of 11 puppies, which have been given the name 'Wotties'.

The owner of both the dogs, Teresa Patterson, from North Grimston, Yorkshire, was surprised they had mated and was unaware it had taken place until the puppies were born."


Read more: Tiny male Westie mates with female Rottweiler twice his size to create new breed | Mail Online


The title says "new breed." Nothing new about mutts.
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Determined little bugger...just like any good Scot.
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Determined little bugger...just like any good Scot.
Lmao-- my best friends here in the states are both Scottish (they're married to each other). And I would say you're right.
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I'm Scottish!!! LOL
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I'm Scottish!!! LOL
Other than my German half...Scottish here...No quit in us...
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Old 03-15-2014, 08:55 PM   #7 (permalink)
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why are people always amazed that two intact animals reproduce
what part of the birds and the bees did they miss in jr high or middle school or whatever it is these days
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why are people always amazed that two intact animals reproduce
what part of the birds and the bees did they miss in jr high or middle school or whatever it is these days
That's not the part that amazes, Diesel.

It's the part where the robin mates with a chicken that is the puzzling part
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It's the part where the robin mates with a chicken that is the puzzling part
More like a hummingbird and an Emu
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Im a little scottish, my other half is Norwegian, german ...poor wotties..
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