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    Dont know about a Norwich they are adorable and I love Terriers but I think you have to do more grooming than just a brush/bath. I'm retired from grooming dont think I want that hassle.
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    Not true- The redhead's Cairn is about as self cleaning as they come. If she does get dirty a quick hosing off and pop her in the dryer with a couple of tennis shoes- good as new.

    We keep her clipped pretty short but that's about it.

    Little turd is the best entertainment ever. She is cocky and feisty but still likes to snuggle and be lovey.

    Truck dogs ROCK!!!

    Kinda hard on my stud macho image though regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
    Not true- The redhead's Cairn is about as self cleaning as they come. If she does get dirty a quick hosing off and pop her in the dryer with a couple of tennis shoes- good as new.

    We keep her clipped pretty short but that's about it.

    Little turd is the best entertainment ever. She is cocky and feisty but still likes to snuggle and be lovey.

    Truck dogs ROCK!!!

    Kinda hard on my stud macho image though regards

    Bubba
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    I have learned I need these dogs much more than they need me. Tim Bockmon

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    Quote Originally Posted by duk4me View Post
    I think now I know why one horn droops in your avatar. Please tell me it ain't coming to Tejas with ya.
    Dang skippy she is coming and I got beers that says when she grins at your "less than appealing carcass" that you melt like a biggo smore and fall prey to her charms.

    You can tell LOTS by how folks treat little dogs and waitresses regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
    Dang skippy she is coming and I got beers that says when she grins at your "less than appealing carcass" that you melt like a biggo smore and fall prey to her charms.

    You can tell LOTS by how folks treat little dogs and waitresses regards

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    You can tell LOTS by how folks treat little dogs and waitresses regards

    Bubba

    That is so so true. Jeez.. wisdom from the king of bull. AND now this----

    Bubba has a little dog, that is not a labby and loves it. Who would have thunk it. Well crap, that just changes everything. You, Bubba, are so full of it--given the fluffies such a hard time every chance you get.


    struck speechless regards,

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    Picked up an abandoned Sheltie pup that was under my truck when I went to get feed yesterday.Hes about 10-12 weeks and was covered with fleas.I bathed him,treated for tapes,fed him good,and he already loves us.Verrrrry cool little guy. Hope to train him to be a truck dog.

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    Two little truck dogs in the making!!

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