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Old 01-23-2011, 09:47 PM   #11
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I think those are his furkids as babies It's amazing how fast they grow!!! Just like our two legged ones....
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Oh my bad.... The other ones just showed up... It had been a blank post.... Darn phone....
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For the one that wants a hypoallergenic dog, some good choices 4 big dogs are poodles(in NO way froofroo dogs! I have one!) labrodoodles, pourtugese water dogs, and cockapoos. Some small ones are bichon frise, and miniature poodles. But I would go to a shelter and just pick one that doesn't set you off. Cause saving a dogs life is really satisfying, and they do make great pets!
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For the one that wants a hypoallergenic dog, some good choices 4 big dogs are poodles(in NO way froofroo dogs! I have one!) labrodoodles, pourtugese water dogs, and cockapoos. Some small ones are bichon frise, and miniature poodles. But I would go to a shelter and just pick one that doesn't set you off. Cause saving a dogs life is really satisfying, and they do make great pets!
Thanks. I have already been checking out shelters (while wearing a mask, haha), but all those dogs are kind of small/not what I am wanting. I'm really outdoors-y and I inherited a few acre farm along with the fact I'm in the mountains all the time. Would prefer something that wouldn't get lost in the brush or a turkey vulture would pick him up.
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Old 01-23-2011, 10:13 PM   #15
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Standard poodles are awesome dogs for the outdoors. They were actually retrievers.
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labrodoodles are big dog as well they are a mix between a poodle and a lab. They don't shed do to the poodle side and are said to be very smart.
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Oh wow. I didn't know they get that big! I thought poodles were just tiny. Well, whatever the shelter has that won't knock me into a coma!
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O no trust me. If it's mixed with a standard poodle, it's gonna give that turkey vulture a run for it's money! And any thing mixed with a poodle is almost certain not to shed. But remember that a dog with hair (such as a poodle) has to be taken to the groomer to get trimmed. And don't give up on animal shelters! About a fourth of the dogs in animal shelters are purebreds. You just have to no what you're looking for!
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Wow. Didn't know that there were that many purebreds out there. Thank you so much! Sorry to steal the thread!
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