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Old 01-02-2010, 08:51 PM
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Nice fly and story. We have two dogs, a chocolate lab and a dalmation. Both want to please and are happy to get a scratch, belly rub or a milkbone.

A friend of mine once told me he would rather have a good dog then a wife. He joked that if you locked your dog and your wife in a room for a few hours, when you opened the door, you would know which one was still happy to see you

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We have two smaller dogs. One is a Parson Russell and the other is a Miniature Schnauzer. I live in town so no room for a larger dog. Labs are awesome! I have little experience with Dalmatians though the few I have met seemed to be good dogs.
I used to show dogs when I was a youngster, I just wanted to be around them.
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