I hate bimbos

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  1. ~Jessie~

    ~Jessie~ Chihuahua Power!

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    That picture makes me laugh every time you post it :rofl1:
     
  2. eddieq

    eddieq Silence! I ban you! Staff Member

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    Is that hood built into the coat? The coat looks like Xena's, but hers doesn't have a hood.

    She isn't thrilled when I put hers on either
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    Fran101 Resident fainting goat

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    I missed the dogs part but have to add the ultimate happy dog....

    This dog is ALWAYS happy... And sometimes a few bricks short.. You know....

    He is a male, so not sure Bimbo qualifies but.....

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    And then of course Mindy is happiest when hunting, I feel bad she's not gone in a long time

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    sparks19 I'd rather be at Disney

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    My dogs just mostly look like they are in a state of total confusion
     
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    In regards to being drawn to dogs that are similar in personality:

    - I adore Abby, I really do. But she is so, so serious! Honestly, I laugh at her seriousness, which probably isn't very nice. ;) When someone walks through the door and she barely looks sideways, but her ears are giving her away that she really wants to say hi (I'm sure it's a game she plays) my heart just melts. But I spent the first year and a half trying to figure her out... my behaviourist was telling me to create a jolly routine - where I could get her happy and excited at the drop of a hat... it was so, so, so difficult because you could run around like an idiot, carry on like a pork chop and she would still just flutter that tail softly (if at all). At the time I just felt inadequate, but when I decided to just spend time getting to know her properly I realised that this is just... her. She is Abby and she's never going to be a happy, happy, happy dog... even when she is having fun, playing chase, fetch, tug, wrestling with Grace she is just so intense. But never deliriously happy. Took me a while to figure this out and to her credit she puts up with me (I must be bloody irritating at times).

    Grace is just so easy to get along with. She is just a joy to be around. Her tail never really stops and it's a very genuine kind of joy. You can raise your voice (loud family) and she just smiles right through it. She just wants to be with you, those are her terms whereas Abby seems to decide if you are worthy of her attention at any given time. :p Grace is such a socially confident dog, she suits my slightly nervous disposition wonderfully... I couldn't stuff up a dog like her if I tried. I would say that a Stafford or similar is the perfect dog for me, personality wise. This is a dog that will come out and munch on weeds happily whilst you are weeding. A dog that you just have to look at a certain way and she turns herself inside out with glee and go running to the other end of the yard/house and back again just because she can. :lol-sign:
     

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