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    1. Sled dog hotel
      Sled dog hotel
      Yep they sure do, lucky I have my trusty Dyson animal LOL Its not too bad if you keep on top of the grooming you can remove a lot then in one go when its ready to come out.
      Leave it though and its everywhere. Mind you after best part of 20years and having nothing else, Ive forgot what its like to be hairless!!
    2. Sled dog hotel
      Sled dog hotel
      That is one thing everyone says they do look as if they are always smiling and they do.
      They are characters though. My one was a guts too. I used to let him off when Igot inside the park, and the kids must have broke the fence. Got a phone call some kids had picked him up and took him home. Went to get him and they were feeding him cat food. Lady said its his 3rd tin!! and he has had a packet of kitkats. Had to watch him after that because he used to try to sneak off and go round there. They lived near the park.
    3. Dally Banjo
      Dally Banjo
      Oh I do hope so x
    4. Sled dog hotel
      Sled dog hotel
      Just noticed you said she was a houdini too, that too is more of a siberian trait
    5. Sled dog hotel
      Sled dog hotel
      Crikey its sounds like she had more of a siberian husky temperament. Sams usually have a low prey drive, he was fine with the cat, the rabbit and even the hamster. They can be a bit independent, but they are usually so laid back and easy going.
    6. Sled dog hotel
      Sled dog hotel
      The white one in the picture in the back of the car is a samoyed, he was my first dog
      followed by the other 3 in the car with him they were Siberian Huskies. Sadly out the four I only have one of the Husky girls now still alive, Daisy whos now 13half. The other two I have now are a Malamute and a Mal/Siberian Husky mix. Lovely dogs the sammys,
      Like the sound of their own voices though, can be a bit vocal. They are easier believe it or not then the siberians and the Malamutes though!!
    7. Sled dog hotel
      Sled dog hotel
      Yhank you for the rep, Hope tomorrow brings a really good day for you all.
    8. Dally Banjo
      Dally Banjo
      Thanks for the rep, realy no need :o I just hope he can home tomorrow x
    9. newfiesmum
      newfiesmum
      Dogues seem to come in all sizes really. Joshua was only 12 weeks old in that video and he is nearly as big as them, but I have seen much bigger ones. I suppose you won't know till it grows up. There is someone on this forum who has them, but I can't remember who. Maybe start a thread: Calling all Dogue owners! My two are funny. If another dog comes up to us barking, Ferdie will come and sit in front of me and Joshua will go and bark back! My daughter used to have little ckc who hated my son (he hated all men) and he would always bark and snarl at Ian, but Ferdie would sit himself in front of him to protect him. But at the same time, they are not guard dogs. I am not sure they would do much if someone broke in, as long as they didn't hurt the humans.
    10. newfiesmum
      newfiesmum
      Sorry, I didn't want to hijack the thread any more. Newfies can be very protective when they need to be, but more of their people than their property. My daughter was very worried about a man who was peering through people's windows when she was walking Ferdie and he sat in front of her and wouldn't let her move closer.Dogue de Bordeaux is a lovely dog, very sweet. Have a look here Newfoundland Puppy Pictures and videos

      It is the very last video on the page.
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