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What GREAT PICTURES OF YOUR FUR BABIES. NANCY

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My daughter got a Miniture Schnauzer and she named him Urijha. He has been the best fur baby ever. I have a Maltesse named Baby. We adopter her from a friend and she's old but happy and she's my best little buddy. If I ever get another dod it will be a Great Dane. I spent three months with my brother and his family and Ginger would sneak in my room and sleep right next to me. This was great because my room was the bonus room above the garage and she kept me warm. This was a difficult time in my life and it's like Ginger new. She passed away a few years ago and I still have the picture of her laying on her side of the bed. Yep a Great Dane, much bigger than the others but for protection and comfort, if they are trained well great inside dogs believe it or not.Ginger.jpgginger2.jpg
baby giving me kisses.jpgMe and my Baby giving kisses.

 

 

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Miniture Schnauzer :  

 I have a salt and pepper male, he is such a sweetheart , so loyal and smart as a whip but can be very stubborn too.  Very comical at times and I love him so much...

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I researched before I got my guy...he is almost 15.  He is a Rat Terrier. It's a terrible breed name but the smartest, most loving, and loyal breed!  

 


@AARPTeri wrote:

I have always thought a German Shepard was so smart and strong.  But really have a hard time picking a favorite breed, especially now that I have a mixed dog.  Do you have a favorite?

 


 

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Yes Yorkies are Great'

   My girlfriend had a male Yorkie named Max. He lived for 15 years bringing joy and love to all every day. Pets can be such a joy to our ever challenging lives. Paw huges to you

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My one and only best ever pet...lived to be 13 yo.  Was there for me through so much pain and 💓 ache.... 

My Isabella.... Forever more...m

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Definitely the full size dachshund: I have two! Also have dachshund/lab mix who looks and acts like a perpetual lab puppy! Lastly, have a beautiful small tri-color Pembroke welsh corgi who absolutely loves people but hates storms and fireworks! We are so blessed to have them all!!

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@n566192l wrote:

Yorkie, poodle and crestabo.


       ..          Another great breed is 

      ....          the PITBULL

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I had a Jack Russell Terrier who was the clown in my life.  It was his mission to make people smile.  I know have a rescue (Jack Russell/Beagle mix) who shows her Jack Russell side.  She's the class clown and loves to be center of attention.  I love the breed for their child like qualities and their devotion to their human companions.

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My girlfriend started rescuing Italian Greyhounds and greyhounds about a year ago. These dogs are so sweet. I.can't believe that a breed of dog is unfamiliar with grass is nuts. But these rescues are differently afraid of grass. I have learned that greyhounds live a very hard life if they or track dogs. Greyhounds with a little time and effort, can play on grass and climb stairs.They are a great breed, and the love to eexercise.

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