This is a group to talk about anything relating to dogs such as dog training, dog breeds, etc.
I have a Toy Poodle and I love talking about anything related to dogs. If you are a dog lover or want to learn more about dogs/puppies, then you are in the right place. I hope you will enjoy it here. :)
I USED TO HAVE A TOY POODLE HIS NAME WAS SPENCER BUT I HAD TO GIVE HIM AWAY THAT WAS THE SADDEST DAY OF MY LIFE BUT NOW I HAVE A LHASA APSO AND IM GETTING A BULLDOG PUPPY IN A FEW MONTHS. WE HAVE HAD 2 AND THEY BOTH GOT HIT BY CARS ON MY ROAD PEOPLE LIKE TO SPEED AND THE PUPPY'S AREN'T SMART ENOUGH TO DODGE THE CARS UNLIKE MY DOMINO (LHASA APSO). I REALLY HAD A HARD TIME WITH THIS LAST ONE THAT JUST GOT HIT I CRIED FOR LIKE 3 DAYS BECAUSE I WAS SO CLOSE TO HER, HER NAME WAS BAILEY AND SHE WAS JUST SO LOVABLE AND LOYAL TO US ALL AND SHE REALLY LOVED MY KIDS. SHE WAS A BULLDOG AND VERY SMART TOO.
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