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  1. RevDogo

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    http://youtu.be/20TKRyOJMAU

    My dogs are a nice distraction from the worlds mess.
    My kids love the dogs and once in a while we have little pups to play with.
     
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    'Little' pups? I imagine the pups are the size of a Labrador! When you say the kids play with them, do they saddle them up? Wow, I can't imagine a house full of dogs like that! I imagine you don't get bothered by burglars lol.
     
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    yeah, little...

    When you look at them through the wrong end of binoculars....

    Personally, I consider those horses....yes, throw a saddle on and hit the trail!

    :)
     
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    I think they are a little bigger than my Lab :)
    All I can say is WOOOO Thunder WOOOO!
     
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    Love the "little" dogs! Cute kids too :D
     
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    I like dogs a whole lot better than I like people. Yes, I know, it might not be right, but, hey, what can I say?
     
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    Generally speaking, dogs are the better people.

    Although I have met a few exceptions.....
     
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    My last dog, a German Shepherd died over two years ago, still miss her. Can't face getting another dog yet but we've always had dogs when the children were growing up, they make a family complete I think. So good for children to grow up with them. We've had cats too and horses, like them all better than a lot of people.
     
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    I was tempted to get a Jack Russel for hubby this Christmas...something small in case we do need to move across the pond...or a Dachshund...(he wants a Weimaraner to replace his beloved Dalmatian...I'd rather have a spotty again!)
     
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    I also like the big, slobbery dogs. Duke was the best dog ever. He was a Great Dane/Boxer mutt we adopted from a rescue when he was just over a year old. The previous owner gave him up because he was too big. He lived to be almost 14 years old.

    We currently have a Newfoundland mutt, Apollo, and a Great Pyranees mutt, Ajax.
     
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    My guys are lots of fun. The whites (dogo argentino) are not very big. They top out around 100 pounds and the dark ones (neapolitan mastiff) are 120-140 range for females.
     
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    I love the white dogs Ive never seen that breed before, Must find a breeder.
     
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    They are a very hard breed to keep because a super high prey drive. They are a big game hunting dog.
    There aren't many breeders that health test so buyer beware. Plus there are some breeders charging 3500 bucks for dogs with bad hips and skin problems.123
     

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