Please post about your dogs on this discussion. Definitely post pics... but also post stories, breeds, what your dog's name is, and any of the wacky things they do! lol

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I've been wanting to do a DNA test! It's just too much for this poor college student. :(
This is Nemo, my 18-month old miniature poodle. He's smart, energetic and friendly, loves playing in the snow, and his favorite toy is an old, smelly sock :) He's very eager to please, and has been a joy to train, but has a bad habit of howling whenever he hears an ambulance or a firetruck...

This is Sam. Had him 13 years before he had to be put to sleep - arthritis in the hips. He was the best dog ever. Brilliant temperament. Absolutely huge for his breed but was incredibly placid. You only had to get 4 words into the sentence 'Do you want to go for a walk?' and he knew what you meant. He did what we called his Michael Flatley impression cause he'd start moving on the spot and his nails would tap on the floor. Miss him loads.

A while after he was put to sleep we adopted this pair from a family who couldn't look after them anymore. We missed their puppy stage but their characters are still great. They act like a married couple - she'll take a toy away from him or get jealous if he's getting too much attention. They embrace when reunited if apart for even a few minutes- she'll lick his mouth; it's so cute. The two of them are hilarious. Sasha on the left and Cody on the right:

Cute Dogs , thanks alot , and you can see alot of this pics at http://www.picsgate.com 

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