Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Designer dogs, and a message for humans



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  1. EXACTLY! A few years ago shelters couldn't adopt out a designer dog, why?? Because they were called mutts. Sure there are people who think they designed them like mixing a poodle and a lab (labadoodle),or a beagle with a Boston Terrier (Boglen) but in my opinion it was 2 dogs who started the rage to get these designers started.
    Great Post!

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    1. Exactly! Lulu is a beagle mix, and she's beautiful! What more do you really need? And you pay the breeders so much money some times!

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  2. Hello fellow Beagle...
    Hope you had a fantastic week! I just pawed over to Facebook and liked your page...Lulu, love your head shot! What a nose

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  3. Let's hear it for designer dogs!! Hppy WW!

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  4. Mom has several dogs and cats, some are purebreds, some are shelter pets, but all are designed to find a special place in mom's heart! She loves us all the same no matter what design we are!

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    1. Exactly! What a dog is is not as important as how it loves, and all dogs love the same.

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  5. Love it Lulu & Christie!

    Love Carma's comment too: "A few years ago shelters couldn't adopt out a designer dog, why?? Because they were called mutts."

    Happy Wordless Wednesday!

    ~Lyvonne

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    1. Thanks, Lyvonne. Just spreading the good word!

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  6. A dog shouldn't be a fashion statement.

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  7. Woof! Woof! Happy "Designer DOGS" Wordless Wednesday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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    1. By the way, I tried to comment on your blog post and I couldn't find the comment button!

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  9. Love it! If you want a unique dog, rescuing is the way to go!!!

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  10. Great message, I agree completely!

    My rat Amy who appears in my WW post today came from our local SPCA. Wish folks would check the shelters before getting any kind of pet!

    cheers,

    Mary

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  11. super cute photo!
    www.dakotasden.wordpress.com

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  12. Classic picture and message! Currently our dogs are Puerto Rican Giant Chihuahuas, they're fancy mutts. :) We have no idea what they are, the Mr. would rather donate the money to Save a Sato than waste it n a DNA test.

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    1. I've thought about testing Lulu to be sure, but would it change anything? Nope. She's my puppy, and that's what matters.

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