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Old 02-07-2016, 10:10 AM   #71
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Love our rescued Lhasa Apso,,, She is very happy as long as Mothers lap is available while we are traveling !!! She loves People & is a very quite dog,,, does need a good brushing daily,,, and a grooming every 6 to 8 weeks !!!
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Old 02-07-2016, 10:26 AM   #72
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Quiet dogs are great. We love our Lab but tends to rock the 'boat' while we are sleeping. People and pet friendly dogs are must. Keep a copy of shot records on hand. We have been asked twice now for them. The first time we didn't have them, that was almost ugly. We were lucky enough to have a really good vet and CG manager was willing to accept verbal proof.
Most vets would be willing to FAX proof of vaccinations. A smartphone could forward a photo to the CG.
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Old 02-07-2016, 10:55 AM   #73
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Ditto x 2. We have 2 papillons and love the breed.
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Old 02-07-2016, 11:04 AM   #74
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Chihuahua is the biggest bump for the $. They eat little, poop less, take up little space, are great friends and their ears r bigger then their heads so great alarms.
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Old 02-07-2016, 11:11 AM   #75
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That $12000 vet bill guy wins. I want to go live with him.
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Old 02-07-2016, 11:23 AM   #76
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3 years ago our Poodle fell and broke her front foot. She broke all the metatarsal bones. She now walks with a slight limp, but it does not prevent her from doing anything. She even chases squirrels and rabbits in the yard. We tried everything to get the bones to heal (pinning them, a bone graft, and laser therapy) all to no avail. So, after $8,000 it is what it is. And she has a quality life. She will be 5 on March 1.


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Please, please, get a dog that doesn't bark constantly. I will thank you in advance.
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Old 02-07-2016, 12:19 PM   #78
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Puppy training can be hard. Our guy was adopted at 5 months old. He ate walls even while we were home. He crate trained with difficulty. Potty training was easy. Obedience training was hard as he was so stubborn. Luckily he was food motivated. But when the food reward stopped, he was not into listening. This is part of his breeding. I knew going into adopting him he would be stubborn and very energetic. I knew his breed does best crate trained. My point is, understand the good and bad traits of any dog you bring into your home before you make them yours. You don't want to get him or her and then realize it's not going to work out.
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I can see why full timers seem to favor the toy breeds. Big dogs take a lot of room


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Staffies (Staffordshire Bull Terriers) are the best breed IMHO you can have. Super Intelligent, super athletic, very loyal, don't shed hardly at all, very quite non barking unless playing. They are just pricey to get an AKC one
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