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Very cuddly, they have to be with either a person or they have to be with each other. I have sisters from a litter. They love any attention from any person whether be family or stranger. Could be a little timid at first but they get over it fast. Can be destructive when it comes to garbage and boredom. Not like furniture but boxes, toys. They love to use their licker. Kisses are never ending along with the tail wagging.
Posted: 10/9/2011 7:43:47 AM by Anonymous
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He is our baby!
Moose is a 2 year old chocolate Labmaraner. He was a bit difficult at first with the separation axiety, however, he has calmed down considerably. He is a great watch dog and our two golden retreivers took him in like he was always there. He is sweet and very family oriented. He sleeps in the bed with us most nights and takes all the room! They really don't shed much and he is very, very smart and obidient. He was was free to a good home onPetfinder.com and has a total of 30 brothers and sisters. He loves to chase birds in the yard. They do need alot of room to run and play and Moose loves the beach! We only live 10 minutes away from Ocean City, NJ and he loves to run and swim. He gets along with other dogs very well and is not aggressive. He is truly our little baby (70lb baby!) and we are so happy he is part of our lives. He gives us so much!
Posted: 8/31/2011 10:49:12 AM by Anonymous
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The schneagle is a very good little guard dog. They can hear people and animals from a mile away, and will not quit barking until they figure out what's going on. (especially if the doorbell rings) The schneagle is very submissive to other dogs. (from my experience) The schneagle is very smart and seems to know exactly whats going on. Example: when you put shoes on or when you put him in the car.
Posted: 8/31/2011 10:45:23 AM by jennawessels11
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My golden pyrenees is probably the friendliest dog ever. In fact the main issue in training her was teaching her to contain her excitement when greeting people.
Posted: 8/17/2011 9:49:52 AM by Anonymous
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A Real Gentle Giant
I have had Max since birth. He has just grown and grown and will continue to grow for a long time yet. He has a heart of gold, likes to play, fight yet always holds back at being really painfull. He knows the Female of the house is his master and the Male of the house is a two legged toy. He makes no noise unless someone walks up the garden path, then a very deep bark comes from him. His tail wags at anyone he meets, but he will always come and sit in front of his mistress if someone comes near he is unsure of.
Posted: 8/17/2011 9:48:18 AM by jacklyn70
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They're like bouncing Beanie-Babies!
I have two Chiweenies, whom my family and I love DEARLY! They are brother and sister, and as of writing this are 7 months old. Their mother,DiDi, is my mom's dog, a very sweet tan colored apple-head Chihuahua of about 3 years, and their daddy is a black and tan AKC registered Dachsaund, belonging to our next-door neighbors. The female Chiweenie, Smoochie, is the most attention-craving little critter I've EVER seen. She is queen bee, ruler of the roost, and she KNOWS it. When she wants your attention, you can't do a thing to get rid of her. If she doesn't want your attention, you can call her name until you're blue in the face and get nothing! She's the ULTIMATE lap dog, though, in spite of her occasional independant streak. Even though she has the Dachsaund body, she has long slender legs and dainty lil feet just like her mama. Her brother, PhatBoy (aka Mr. P.B. Wigglebottoms, Esquire), on the other hand, simply cannot stand being held for any longer than 3 to 5 minutes, and if you're priviledged enough to carry him, he will only let you do so as long as he's allowed to perch on your shoulder. Picture a strange cross between a parrot and mink stole. He's very active and athletic, short,stocky, and muscular just like his daddy, complete with long nose, sausagelegs, and flat lil feet perfect for digging. He loves attention as much as his sister, though, and can play like the day is long. The only thing to watch out for, I've noticed, is the bark. at. EVERYTHING. Neighbor slams a car door, they can't contain themselves. They see a blowing leaf, they MUST alert you to its presence. An acorn fell of a tree? It's their duty to let the whole house know at once. And they LOVE to dig... no couch cushion is safe from their flying paws of fury. But as long as you can tolerate these odd little quirks, these dogs will make your life asfulfilling as if you had children =)
Posted: 8/17/2011 9:45:47 AM by Anonymous
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