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posted by misty-moo
 mistys dad
mistys dad
my puppy is called misty we got her a few months zamani and she means the world to me. she is fast and bubbly in the hivi karibuni snow well.......she loves it. she is nearly one mwaka old she was born on 14th april 2009. one of the pictures is her dad meisterwork ghost well known in flyball. she still loves to play and her favourite toy is a tug rope! i hope wewe have liked learning about misty she is wonder ful and i dont what i would do without her.

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ps i couldnt find the picture of her mum her mums called raven.
 misty!!!
misty!!!
 misty 1 week before we got her!
misty 1 week before we got her!
 misty playing the siku we got her!
misty playing the day we got her!
posted by RobinFan360
My name is Ace.
I used to be your dog.
I just wanted to tell wewe how I felt over all those years.
You were my best friend. wewe always let me sleep with you, and we would go for walks everyday. I always loved it when wewe got me a new toy, and treats would come daily. When I chewed up your shiny thingy that played music, wewe just chuckled and gently, but firmly, told me not to do it again. wewe would always say,"Well he IS a puppy." and everything would be all right.
I would always know when I shouldn't do something again because when I got in trouble wewe would lightly hit me on the head. That's...
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posted by lilylove89
The domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris[3] and Canis lupus dingo[1][2]) is a domesticated form of the gray wolf, a member of the Canidae family of the order Carnivora. The term is used for both feral and pet varieties. The dog may have been the first animal to be domesticated, and has been the most widely kept working, hunting, and companion animal in human history. The word "dog" may also mean the male of a canine species,[4] as opposed to the word "bitch" for the female of the species.[5]

Dogs were domesticated from gray Mbwa mwitu loups about 15,000 years ago.[6] They must have been very valuable...
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posted by capersmom
I learned the lesson that some new dog owners learn when I bought my first dog. I had had childhood dogs, but I was ready for a small housedog that I could care for all on my own. After being in such a hurry to get one, I visited a pet store and found a cute litte fur-ball. I had done some research on the kind of dog I wanted, but this particular weekend I ended up buying a dog from a breed I knew nothing about. A papillon.
The pet store employees gave me a lot of misleading information, I guess to make sure they would make the sale. I was told that he would shed one time, then never again,...
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