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View Poll Results: what cute quirks does your dog have?
chase tail often 19 21.59%
bite self when you find their "magic spot" 18 20.45%
take one bite of food and walk away, chew. swallow, repeat 32 36.36%
other (please explain below. 46 52.27%
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Old 06-01-2011, 08:03 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Thank you! He is my baby

Unfortunately, earlier his pink bear got dirty so I have to wash it - I hope he doesn't mind it smelling different. I doubt it though.

I really need to update that photo in my Avatar - that's probably five months old now! Wow - time flies!
they really are our children. We know everything about their personality. we want the best for them, we know what each little bark means even though they are speaking an entirely different language. thats why i like my pups quirks so much, adds character
xander is lucky to have such a great parent would you mind posting puppy pictures?
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they really are our children. We know everything about their personality. we want the best for them, we know what each little bark means even though they are speaking an entirely different language. thats why i like my pups quirks so much, adds character
xander is lucky to have such a great parent would you mind posting puppy pictures?
No - I don't mind! I'll have to go to the other cpu though...the setup I have now is kind of...not so convenient. LOL
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No - I don't mind! I'll have to go to the other cpu though...the setup I have now is kind of...not so convenient. LOL
cant wait
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There we go! I actually had one on Picasa I was able to grab

Now to get the newer ones uploaded too
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There we go! I actually had one on Picasa I was able to grab

Now to get the newer ones uploaded too
Oh my goodness, if that is not puppy fuzz then I don't know what is. :-) he is precious!
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Old 06-02-2011, 01:20 PM   #36 (permalink)
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Collects rocks.

Likes to be dragged on the carpet. She will put a toy in her mouth, then as we are pulling on it, she will tuck her front legs underneath and extend her hind legs behind her. It's a real work out for us dragging an 83lb dog!
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Likes to be dragged on the carpet. She will put a toy in her mouth, then as we are pulling on it, she will tuck her front legs underneath and extend her hind legs behind her. It's a real work out for us dragging an 83lb dog!
At 83 pounds, I bet she thinks she is still a lap puppy huh?
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Dagger bites at her fur (you know how they bite when they have an itch) and always finds a spot that makes her leg bounce. I've never seen a dog that could make her OWN leg bounce like that!
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Dagger bites at her fur (you know how they bite when they have an itch) and always finds a spot that makes her leg bounce. I've never seen a dog that could make her OWN leg bounce like that!
thats cute. thats some skill right there lol.
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Lies down on his back, puts all four paws up in the air like a baby would, bent at the joints and looks around upside down!
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