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Re: RC: Dogs
Lou's Dalamations are the ones I was talking about in my previous post.
These dogs are not only wonderful Dalmations, they are wonderful DOGS!
>Subject: RC: Dogs
>Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2001 07:56:54 -0500
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>I was hoping the Dalmatian thing would not come up, and was very good at
>But I have to chime in.
>First off, there no bad dogs - just bad owners. Every dog breed is super
>the "right person".
>No every breed is for everyone. I have a ton of statistics to toss at you
>slam almost every
>dog breed (esp Labs the most inbreed dog there is) - but there is a dog
>there for everyone.
>I have Dals. And they are perfect for my life. They are the smartest dog
>have ever meet. They
>both are house dogs and have been for 10 year. They were very easy to
>popular believe they are not all deaf. The only way you get a deaf Dal is
>a bad breeder, or
>bad lines (like hip displasia in other breeds).
>They never tire and they are THE BEST around horses. But I can also keep
>in my house
>for weeks a time with only pee and poo time out :-)
>I have had many dogs (Shepherds, Labs, Mix's) and none of those breeds
>keep up with my horse
>or my husbands Mt. Biking. If you are really going to USE you dog then the
>is the way to go.
>You will not regret it.
>But please don't buy any dog, because it is a good idea at the time.
>research all breeds and
>really take a look at your life and see what really will fit in.
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