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    06-17-2009, 03:50 PM

So my neighbor has my dream dog! His name is T-Bone. Isn't he just gorgeous?!

Anyhow, I have some really cute pics. He loves my son, and my daughter. He especially loves her feet. I'm secretly teaching him to beg (like a circus dog) and spin and crawl. He's almost got the begging perfect! He's uber smart, and they have done an amazing job training him to be respectful so far. He's a year old btw.

Ok, I may have overdone the pictures a bit. But I am just in love with this puppy!
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    06-17-2009, 04:02 PM
Aww, he is adorable! What a big heart he has, I bet he is such a gentle soul.

My Dream Dog are Dalmations :)
    06-23-2009, 10:05 AM
MIE: If I were you don't get a dalmation. I have had 3 and they get really lonly if they don't get attension all the time. ANd when they get lonley its not pretty(i.e tearing stuff up, chewing on themselves, running all over the place).
My dream dog is a collie, and a pittbull
    06-23-2009, 10:30 AM
Beautiful dog!

Excuse my ignorance, but what breed of dog is that? Is it an American Bulldog?
    06-23-2009, 05:30 PM
Originally Posted by morganshow11    
MIE: If I were you don't get a dalmation. I have had 3 and they get really lonly if they don't get attension all the time. ANd when they get lonley its not pretty(i.e tearing stuff up, chewing on themselves, running all over the place).
My dream dog is a collie, and a pittbull
Have you ever had a collie or a pit? They are both very much velcro dogs. Dalmations are absolutely wonderful dogs. In the right hands. Same with collies and pits. In the wrong hands, a Golden Retreiver can be HELL

He is an American Bulldog! Gorgeous! It very hard to find ones that have the right balance of grace and bulliness though. He's just perfect (to me), and hopefully they will find the right girl to compliment him. Hopefully in a few years I'll have a puppy from him!
    06-23-2009, 05:56 PM
He's really cute! I love any dog that has a good personality. Morganshow11 I have 1 collie and 3 shelties. Collies can be VERY stubborn! I mean REALLY stubborn! Especially when they get older. Millie was a rescue and we think she was a breeder dog. She's 9/10/11 now and that doesn't stop her from being unimaginably stubborn!

I would recommend shelties for any and everyone. Shelties look just like collie, but minature. My dog Karma stays w/ my dad and step mom. My step mom had surgery that later got infected. Karma stayed with Amy at all times. Would NOT leave her side. She wouldn't leave Amy to eat or pee. I had to pick her up and call her to come. She ran back up on the bed with Amy. I picked her up, then lead her by her collar outside to the doggie door. She looked at it, turned around and went back to Amy. I picked her up, carried her all the way down, put her outside, blocked the door and told her to pee. She did, then ran back upstairs to be with Amy. I had to feed her breakfast in bed unless she would've starved! She's the most loyal dog ever. They're good watch dogs, but they don't have a mean bone in their body. Very trainable, I impress everyone with Max's tricks and Cookie is just a nut ;)
    06-23-2009, 10:18 PM
I love Shelties! The only issue is barking. Some lines are big barkers, others are not. They can be trained not to, or to shush on command, but it is a consideration for some people. Then the hair. There is TONS! Not everyone is ready to deal with it all. I groomed shelties that were not brushed one day of their lives. People thought they always looked good but never thought they would have to do the work.

Not one breed is for everyone. But there is a dog for everyone.
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