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Old 03-03-2006, 12:01 AM   #31
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Sorry to hear about your doggie, frisky. That must've been traumatic. All of them are. I miss Shadow terribly! I can't take this anymore! *Sniff* *Sniff* :crying:
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Old 03-03-2006, 12:04 AM   #32
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Here's Rose modeling the sweater I'm trying to give away. Looks like a halter top on her Enthused isn't she?
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Old 03-03-2006, 12:06 AM   #33
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Chloe
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Here is pic of Chloe.

Butterflymama: Chloe is a cute dog!
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Old 03-03-2006, 12:06 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by frisky_kittie
[ it's really the owners that are responsible.

If the dogs owner doesn't take proper care, and pits need more care around other dogs than most dogs, it's not the dogs fault.

The only time animals ever fail is because their people have failed.

I totally 100% agree with this. I don't blme the dogs, I blame the owners.

And thank you for your kind words.

I am so sorry to hear about your dog!
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Old 03-03-2006, 12:07 AM   #35
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LMAO. Jessica-looks like she didn't like it at all! Awww! Too funny!!
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I don't blame attack dogs either, but the danger is still there.

Doberman's have a bad reputation, too. However, I've never met a vicious doberman...usually very friendly and sweet...some were even well trained.
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The pit bulls in our neighborhood are not kept in fenced yards. My husband has seen large boards in one yard. Apparently the boards are for the pit bulls to build up their jaws...doesn't sound good to me.

Not so long ago in our state, an eighty year old woman was mauled and killed by pit bulls while she was walking her small dog.
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Dogs DO get cold...need sweaters.
We adopted our yorkie Pepper from a local rescue group. They said he came from Tennessee. Being from the deeper south, he feels the cold more than any of our previous dogs did. Pepper hovers next to the baseboard heat when he is cold. That's when I decided to knit him a sweater.
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Rose looks a lot like a dog I grew up with. Nothing ever disturbed her. She used to let me dress her in doll clothes when she was small enough.
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She's just miffed I got her up from her nap, which btw is 23 hours a day. Gotta pee and eat sometime I guess.
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