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On telly top 100 dogs.

No 5 our Jess a bonkers Cocker Spaniel..

Should be no 1..

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Just watching a shifty looking geezer in the library searching intently through the 'S' section of the dictionary, he's stopped now.

I think he's up to something. . .. . . ray......
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Totally agree Ray
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I couldn't watch the program without that wet dog smell coming into my mind. Our nephew has a mad Spaniel and it reeks just a day after being groomed. Now he has a second dog we are wondering what the house smells like now.?


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Some dogs do smell, Ray, but ours never have. Often it is their ears. Ours do get plenty of exercise and I think that plays a part too.
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The sad part is that whatever dog breed 'wins' either Crufts or any other specific publicity is doomed.
The backstreet breeders have a field day and the breed loses out to many health and overall quality problems.

PS. 'The Backstreet Breeders' now stretch across the whole of Europe!

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Jess loves rolling in fox crap she can sniff it from anywhere, by the time you have shouted NO the deed is done.. But!, when we get back she walks straight into the shower for Sandra to give her a wash, so no smelly wet dog, just a shampoo smell. She just shakes in the shower to get most of the water off her then into the room to go on her bed, and is then covered in a towel

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Shadow came in the top ten probabally shouldnít have come any higher

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A gentle giant

Heís nipped all the babies

Are they afraid?

Not a bit of it

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The sad part is that whatever dog breed 'wins' either Crufts or any other specific publicity is doomed.
The backstreet breeders have a field day and the breed loses out to many health and overall quality problems.

PS. 'The Backstreet Breeders' now stretch across the whole of Europe!
It is not back street breeders who ruin a breed, awful though they are, Ted. It is the pursuit of rosettes in the show ring. A certain shape becomes fashionable ,and wins, so all the breeders try to achieve it and even better it so that their kennel name becomes known.
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Of course... it's all breeders but the mass production in poor conditions is by far the most damaging!
Exhibitors simply don't produce the number that the market demands!

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Worst culprit for ruining dogs is the Kennel Club and their so-called standards.
The wrecked German Shepherds and turned the bulldog into a wheezy sick parody.
I wounever entertain a pedigree dog of any shape or form as they are mostly bred to order.
Give me a good old mutt any day. They are much healthier, suffer less illnesses and have character.
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