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From: MSN Nicknamealwaysbe_nice2  (Original Message)Sent: 1/25/2009 5:02 AM
I just read this article
http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,27574,24958744-5006009,00.html

What do you think?


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From: highsierraSent: 1/25/2009 5:45 AM
Interesting!  It's probably pretty valid for those who breed for money and not health and temperament.  Ha ha back in 1976 (two years before we got our first dane) we were at the vets with our lab and setter and asked him if we decided to get another dog which breed would he suggest.  His answer was "a mut from the pound", lol.
jeri

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From: MSN NicknameDangerousGuardianDragonSent: 1/25/2009 3:25 PM
Jeri I find that interesting that your vet made that statement.  Mostly all vets that I have ever had have said the same thing.  They tell me they just make better dogs.
 
But I loved all my Dobes and I love my Danes, but if a little mix came into my life I would love him/her too!  Just a sucker for any animal really.
 
Dragon

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From: MSN NicknameMaggienTommysmomSent: 1/27/2009 6:08 PM
I have no favorite breed.  I love all dogs and cats.  My sheltie is NOT a lap dog.  He cannot sit still with us to save his life.  He is just to ansy.  Has to be that working breed.  Tommy & Maggie however can lay on you or next to you for hours.  Very content - no need to even pet.  
 
Maggie is a mix and we love her just as much!
Sue

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