Pups read for adoption

Got another litter of 10 ready for adoption. You may have read about their dispositions and colorations and so forth from the last litter. These are pretty much the same. 8 males this time, 2 females. Hale, hearty, well socialized and cat friendly. 7 weeks old as of last Wed.

This is a really good bunch and has been noted..make great companion dogs. Half Australian Shepherd, half Golden Retriever.

This will be the last batch Sadie is ever going to have,. so get one asap. She is scheduled for spaying in 2 weeks when the low cost clinic comes through town.

Gunner

Rule #35 "That which does not kill you, has made a huge tactical error"

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Gunner
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Contrary to you. You can't even follow the charter of this group.

Nick

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Nick Mueller

Why would anyone want a cat friendly dog? It's like a fat free cheese. Just not right...

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Steve W.

Gunnerm my friend and pal for something lik 14 years was a half/lab and half/newfie that often slept with the family cat. Also, he accepted every stray dog that my son brouught home that he found in the road. Ralph would even waited until they had eaten from his bowl to eat for himself.

You litter sounds wonderful, and while I'm too far away to adopt one, I hope that they find good a appreciative family homes. If not, email me ( snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com). The only thing is that it gets cold here in the Boston area. and some southern bred dogs might find that difficult to adapt to, although in my case they would be trained as house dogs but do occasionally have to go out into the ice and snow to do their thing.

Harry C.

Gunner wrote:

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hhc314

. The only thing is that it gets cold here in the

Even colder here, but SWMBO claims I clear the snow from half the back yard so the little girl (we haven't told her she's not a people) won't get snow on her tummy. Also, I go with her to hold the scoop so I never have to clean up latter. Gerry :-)} London, Canada

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Gerald Miller

Don't tell Tho...he'll be looking for recipes!

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Tom Gardner

I have to run the snow-blower in the back yard or the mini-Schnauzers will go out the back. However, if I put them on the leash and go out front, they go crazy in 2' of snow and don't want to go back in...rotten little fuckers!

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Tom Gardner

Because some folks are cat people..and others are dog people..and others still are dog AND cat people?

Gunner

Political Correctness

A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical liberal minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.

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Gunner

Gunner

Political Correctness

A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical liberal minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.

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Gunner

Where are they?

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Stupendous Man

Nick, you crack me up sometimes. You ALMOST make OT's fun. Bill.

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lathenut

Bichon Frise doesn't mind the snow so long as it doesn't touch her tummy. Absolutely hates to walk on the frozen crust for fear she will fall through. Gerry :-)} London, Canada

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Gerald Miller

They are all adopted out. Since I got no responses as of 10am..we made some phone calls, adopted out about 5, then took the rest over to Walmart and adopted them out of the parking lot. We think we made some pretty good matches. Ive always had the policy of giving my name and phone number with each dog..and it the owners were unsatisfied or unable to care for them, Id take them back.

We got one back over the years, when the owner was killed in a traffice accident. We managed to adopt her out in 2 days.

Gunner

Political Correctness

A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical liberal minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.

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Gunner

Well..some of them were steel grey, with some straw colors and each of them had 20 nails.

Gunner

Political Correctness

A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical liberal minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.

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Gunner

Too bad they're all taken, I was going to ask you to slip one into a FedEx pouch for me lol. GCC

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gcc

I do believe that's a good mix for great dogs. Obviously, others know so on sight. We can't tolerate fur critters so we are limited to Schnauzers, Poodles and such. I'm very happy with the Schnauzers...once they got past their dry-wall eating days. They were pissed at being alone for 14 hours at a crack. About a week or so before my dad died, the male laid in dad's room under the other bed and watched him until he died, only begrudgingly eating or going outside. They were good buds.

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Tom Gardner

I was used to big dogs, but the wife wanted a little one. There a little more maintenance but pretty good for indoor living and traveling. It will sit in the snow when it's paws get too cold and cry. I feel for her - it gets cold in Thunder Bay sometimes.

It's not a schnauzer but it also liked the dry-wall!

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Cosmo

Never tried dry-wall but this little Bichon is addicted to vegetables, carrots in particular, but anything raw and crunchy will do.OTOH, she turns up her nose at any form of meat, a true vegan. Gerry :-)} London, Canada

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Gerald Miller

Gerald Miller wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@4ax.com:

Just remember the following are poisonous to dogs: Onions, garlic, grapes, macadamia nuts, broccoli in large amounts, and of course chocolate.

Certain fruit seeds and pits are also poisonous to dogs including peaches, apple and pear.

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D Murphy

Broccoli ! You sure of that? (That's a new one to me and my pooches)

-- Jeff R.

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Jeff R.

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