yeah, but I've got a grey.. why do they call it grey? Hatchers is more tan than anything. The blues sometimes have a "rose" on their chest.. it's just a white spot.The Irish one said:but now that I have read the poll you must get the red/brown puppy -it is the underdog no pun intended which make him/her that much more lovable.
PWDs are related to Poodles, and they share their intelligence. They're not as stuffy or regal, though; their demeanor is really friendly. They're very smart, which means that you'll be dealing with some issues that you won't have with a Beagle. Porties want to have something to do, whether it's work or play, and they get bored easily. They're not content to just look out the window; they want to be an active part of your life. They follow you around the house, and even into the bathroom if you're not careful. They like to be close to humans, and one irritating habit is almost impossible to train out ... jumping on visitors. PWDs aren't hyper; they direct their energy to the task at hand.TexasPlanner said:You know, those water dogs are damn cute, are they difficult to maintain?
I always grab Hatchers muzzle, pucker his lips, and blow into his closed mouth to make his cheeks puff like a baloon. (It's great fun.) but could you imagine how big his mouth would blow up?bturk said:
Makes you wanna reach through the screen and grab those jowls and streeeeeetch em out as far as you can....
You probably will - it isn't humanly possible to go and just *look* at a litter - you always wind up bringing one home.bturk said:EEEK I'm going this weekend to look at a litler of Black Lab puppies and I just know I'm going to have to claim one.
Women will forgive and sometimes forget that you pissed them off or hurt their feelings, donkeys don't.I can't resist...and how is this different from some marriages?