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Old 04-21-2010, 11:47 PM   #1
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Old 04-22-2010, 12:28 AM   #2
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Ooo I just want to grab your doggie and smooch him on the neck!
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Mah dog is the bigger, hairier one. OMG the young dog's teeth are SHARP! ouch!
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They are both really cute and it looks like they are having a great time together!
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FunTimes!! Looks like he's letting her win. Is he one of the Belgian Sheepdogs (Groenendael) - or a Tervuren?
That's some coat he has! There was a woman in my area who would spin your collected dog hair into yarn. A blend with wool I think. Don't know if any one still does that. I spent so much time trying to get rid of dog hair that the idea never appealed to me. Jean
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he's a German Shepherd Dog / Siberian Husky X. He does shed loads of fluffy soft undercoat and I do battle with it a lot, too!
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So much fun to watch the dogs running and playing. They are so cute.
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Ooooooooh what a wonderful, beautiful color! I want one like that! :D

They look sweet, simply sweet.
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Adorable!!! I love the neck fur on spitz type doggies... I always grab my monsters furry cheeks, your boy looks like he has some to grab too :o)
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