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    are they training as gun dogs? because if you'd ever tried to get a pheasent of them you'd know what I mean.
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    Hah no, they just retrieve with balls and other toys

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    Quote Originally Posted by McJag View Post
    Love all your ebay choices and your Grands too.Just lovely.
    Awwww, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    are they training as gun dogs? because if you'd ever tried to get a pheasent of them you'd know what I mean.

    They are excellent gun dogs. The poodle cut actually was developed to keep them warm in water. Very smart dogs and a great hunting dog. Many have sensitive stomachs and will get car sick.

    My junior high teacher talked about the nazis having poodles as scent dogs during WWII- he was terrified of the poodles. Never heard about this from anybody other than him. He was in a concentration camp as a teenager.

    Bottom line- don't mock the poodle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zorbeet View Post
    They are excellent gun dogs. The poodle cut actually was developed to keep them warm in water. Very smart dogs and a great hunting dog. Many have sensitive stomachs and will get car sick.

    My junior high teacher talked about the nazis having poodles as scent dogs during WWII- he was terrified of the poodles. Never heard about this from anybody other than him. He was in a concentration camp as a teenager.

    Bottom line- don't mock the poodle.
    It's funny, it rings some sort of bell, but I can't place it.

    One the other hand they're well known for their intelligence (poodles not natzis), and have been very important to many people through-out history.

    I'd love a big chocolate poodle (but only if I can train it to herd cows & walkers!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    I'd love a big chocolate poodle (but only if I can train it to herd cows & walkers!).
    Not sure what you mean by "walkers" but I have this image in my head:



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    Quote Originally Posted by effie2 View Post
    Ι dont own a teacup,i didnt bother with that thread ,untill it came to 10 pages..then ,yes,i knew it had to be fun..carry on ..
    Dear Effie-I am shocked. You could have a priceless Greek one! Start looking. There is no better way to show off those elbows!
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    I betcha THAT lady does NOT cream her elbows.
    I am so pleased! Certainly,she would not remember where they are located.
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    Yes, thank goodness for that hideous multicoloured shirt. ......or were you referring to the dog?
    Both seemed heavily endowed.
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    I'd love to have a poodle-gun-dog! Make a complete change from dim labs.

    I'm now going to mob my own bathroom floors and do my own cleaning.....
    I have one-Standard Poodle- but I think he is gay. We love him anyway-he would be more inclined to dance in the meadow. He is not fond of hunting. Cleaning is good excercise & Chalet may give you a star.
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    Awwww, thanks!
    Dear HHR-we might digress a bit,but please post more teacups!
    Quote Originally Posted by zorbeet View Post
    They are excellent gun dogs. The poodle cut actually was developed to keep them warm in water. Very smart dogs and a great hunting dog. Many have sensitive stomachs and will get car sick.

    Bottom line- don't mock the poodle.
    Bogey (McJag) does not have a sensitive stomach,alas. He once ate my lavender panties (having taken them out of a drawer 3 ft high) which I thought was a fluke,but no.He waited weeks and carefully selected the matching lace bra.. He has aso gotten an entire ham & several steaks -raw or cooked-he has no preference,off the kitchen counter. His reach is staggering. He loves riding with me in the car sitting bolt upright in the back seat. He is the love of my life ,so thank you for defending the majestic poodle!

    Bogey and I disapprove of hunting! But we are ready should anyone try to get in the house! He has a deep bark and does not tolerate the Fed Ex man kindly.
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    McJag I know you will like this


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    What a precious pet! Tea will be delayed! Let her snooze.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    Not sure what you mean by "walkers" but I have this image in my head:



    They're more like this, but either is good....


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    Bogey and I disapprove of hunting! But we are ready should anyone try to get in the house! He has a deep bark and does not tolerate the Fed Ex man kindly.
    's funny because I disagree with an un-managed countryside and people starving & being poor because they're not allowed to earn a living. I've also seen what a fox has done to hen-house (think armaggedon) and that they take lambs, cats and anything smaller than a smallish dog size. It is not a myth that they will take babies if they can get away with it, but that might be "birth control" or the "darwin-method"? I don't approve of fox hunting but I also know that there are a lot of very poor people that live in the countryside that can no longer earn money from keeping beagles... oh, yes, because those beagles have been put down. Thanks Animal lovers! Good Job.


    People love to come to the countryside to walk and spend the day, try living here when the electricity goes off in bad weather, he water freezes in winter, the nearest shop is 5 miles away, the roads are blocked in winter and you have to share the garden with townies walking all over the place & letting their dog sh*t in my garden because they're "in the countryside" and it's "all organic" oh yeah and while you're at it, stop it chasing my cat, that sheep and get out of my house!!!

    Thank goodness I have tea!
    I'm not allowed a saucer as I'm not ladylike enough to know what to do with one!
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    Are you kidding me? They actually walk in your garden? Wtf is wrong with people???

    Nice mug, btw. That's my kind of teacup.
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    Walking in the garden is due to the footpath (rolls eyes) dogs are always an issue as they are always percieved as little darlings by their owners no matter what they are doing... They're supposed to keep to the footpath which leaves the garden before it reaches the house. (I'm in the process of trying to get it moved to the other side of the fence....) Keeping folks out of the house is more of an issue and I discovered that it's not just me, my neightbour (who's husband just passed) has the same problem, complete strangers walking in. Strangely enough the "chavier" the walker the politer they are, it's the middle-class ones that appear to be most entitled.
    Yeah, I've managed to resister the urge to throw this at unwanted visitors... I like the cat pictures.
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    tea anyone?
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