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08-17-2014 06:38 PM
misfits Song dog kennels, Selma, ore. My Daughter had two of those dogs, really nice little dogs
08-17-2014 05:42 PM
Magwart Here's one of my favorite Littles -- she was maybe 30-35#...
08-17-2014 05:36 PM
misfits American Indian dogs, look a whole lot like a small shepherd and run about 40-45#
08-17-2014 05:29 PM
Magwart We see "minis" in one particular shelter in Louisiana regularly. I've got a strong suspicion that someone is breeding pint-sized dogs out in the bayou -- they usually top out at ~40# (sometimes less) and look like a Shepherd hit with a shrink ray. Our rescue jokingly calls them "Louisiana Littles" (or "Cajun Shepherd Dogs").
08-17-2014 05:16 PM
Ali B. She is so adorable!!
08-17-2014 05:01 PM
llombardo
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Originally Posted by Subdolus View Post
All the bee chasers kind of make one wonder about that "third smartest dog breed" designation.
You should see my greyhound/husky jumping in the air for moths, he gets at least 6-8 ft in the air. They amuse themselves I guess If it isn't bees or moths then it's toads.
08-17-2014 01:44 PM
Subdolus All the bee chasers kind of make one wonder about that "third smartest dog breed" designation.
08-17-2014 08:13 AM
Nigel She does look like a small GSD, glad your brother gave her a new home.


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Don't count on the bee sting stopping her. My male GSD Midnite has made it his goal to catch every bee he sees. I sometimes end up playing hot potato with the bee so I don't get stung and I can get the bee to safety. His favorite are bumble bees, but anything that flies in a small radius of him is fair game. He gets stung all the time these days and it doesn't stop him. I don't think he even feels it anymore.
You just described my 2 females, Tuke and Zoey, getting stung does nothing. Mine prefer yellow jacks, but probably because there are so many. They found a small hole in my wood shed where bald face hornets had made a nest and both girls would lay and wait for them to fly out. They discovered it as we were packing up to go camping for a week. Upon return, they went straight back to hunting them.
08-17-2014 07:17 AM
Ace GSD
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Don't count on the bee sting stopping her. My male GSD Midnite has made it his goal to catch every bee he sees. I sometimes end up playing hot potato with the bee so I don't get stung and I can get the bee to safety. His favorite are bumble bees, but anything that flies in a small radius of him is fair game. He gets stung all the time these days and it doesn't stop him. I don't think he even feels it anymore.
hahaha thats funny
08-17-2014 06:55 AM
eddie1976E She is adorable. I always say, if there was a mini GSD, I would be getting one. Looks like you guys found it!
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