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#1 Sweet

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Posted 10 March 2008 - 12:11 PM

We're always talking about our pets, but not sure I ever shared a picture of mine. I'm using her as my avatar right now. Is she cute or what?? Her name is Chaumbrie. Well actually she comes from a very long royal line, so her full name is Lady Chaumbrie Victoria Turi. HUGE name for a little girl.
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Posted 10 March 2008 - 12:36 PM

Sweet,
What a cute dog! I love her name!
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Posted 10 March 2008 - 12:48 PM

So adorable!
This is my ari (Rrr-eee)... 7 lbs of loving talkative mischief.
She was eating my flowers right before I took this pic.

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Posted 10 March 2008 - 12:51 PM

I noticed her today, and she's quite a dollie.

Such a sweet little love!

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Posted 10 March 2008 - 01:21 PM

Pamela,
She's ADORABLE!!!! That's the kind of puppy that you just want to cuddle with.

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Posted 10 March 2008 - 02:45 PM

She is a sweetie. She's 5 years old, but I think she'll always feel like a puppy due to her size.
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Posted 10 March 2008 - 03:42 PM

I have an Australian Shepherd named Zoey, she has one ice blue eye and one light brown eye. My husband calls her blue eye "her evil eye"lol, there's not an evil bone or eye in her body. She weighs about 50 pounds now, but she still thinks she's a small lap puppy ,and you know what, I wouldn't have it any other way! I also have a 9 year old Jack Russell and he is a trip!!!lol He's not as hyper as they can get to be though. When we got him as a puppy, we had a bassett hound and we just figured the bassett taught him "how to be a dog" LOL ow here's a story on Zoey you ladies will enjoy. As I said, she is almost two years old. I always have my pets spayed/neutered as soon as the vet gives the ok. Well, Zoey was spayed almost two years ago. About a couple of weeks ago, she started leaking urine whenshe was resting or sleeping, She would get very starteled by it, so she was aware it would be happening, but she didn't kn ow why it was doing that to her. She woudl be able to stop the leaking and then clean herself. You cold tell it really upset her. Being the neurotic mommy I am, I called the vet the next day and took her in. Come to find out, when she was spayed and the ovaries removed,k she has no estgrogen and that can cause the sphincter muscle of the bladder to relax and cause the "leaking", They started her on estrogen pills and it stopped and she actually seems like she's much happier in general! Now by this point, I was feeling super guilty...she was going thru menopause and couldn't tell me!!!!!! Now that she's no longer wetting her britches, she's happy. I will try to figure out how to post the pictures so you can see her. She's what they call a blue merle color.Beings that everyone in our family works full time or goes to school full time, It's just me and the dogs and I honestly don't know what I'd do without them. Thanks for listening!
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Posted 11 March 2008 - 12:59 AM

Oh wow Sweet, she is sooooooooo adorable, you got me looking up Pomeranians on the internet tonight. The place I looked had a 'match me' test to seewhat dog would suit my personality and lifestyle and tea-cup Pomeranians showed up as a perfect match - cool, when I have a spare $4000 I'll get one LOL. Weve never had a dog as adults, only cats and birds. I got my first cat (Cilla) when I went flatting at 17 years and she survived until she was 18 (wow). Now we have a long haired tabby girl cat called Porsha whom we inherited and amazingly is an exact twin in looks to my old Cilla, it took me a while to remember Porsha isnt Cilla. Plus we have 2 budgies male and female called Zacharia and Elizabeth. The kids are trying to teach them to talk without success and we want to be able to let them out of the cage in the evening, we leave the cage doors open but they dont want to come out (funny things).
Thanks for sharing your little baby Sweet
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Posted 11 March 2008 - 03:40 AM

She is just the cutest little thing! What kind of doggie is she? She is just so cute, you just want to eat her up!

Thanks for sharing Sweet!
Take care and stay warm,

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Posted 11 March 2008 - 04:22 AM

Talk about cute. We could introduce her to my little "Charlie" who is a little 6 pund minature poodle. We rescued him from the Humane Society who rescued him from an abusive family. He is my constant companion and is always in my lap or cuddling with me and I love it. We also have a 70 pound German Shorthair that my husband hunts with and he also sleeps with us so needless to say our bed is a little crowded but we love it. They give such unconditional love I wouldn't be without my pets.

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Posted 11 March 2008 - 06:53 AM

Barbara,

How funny, I have a neighbor who had an Australian Shepard named Zoey. They just had to put her down last summer. :(
Sounds like your Zoey has had to go through a lot!

Susannah,
Ya, I have a small fortune tied up in Chaumbrie. I live in Washington and we found her in Casper Wyo. We were going to fly her out, but I was afraid to do that, so we hired a driver to go get her, which cost even more. She comes from a Blitzen line that is rare and white is very rare so she was extra $$$$ She's an "investment" hehe We love her so.

KuntryBumzz, she is a Pomeranian.

Peggy, Chaumbrie is a bit of a snob. I swear she knows she a direct link from the Queen hehe, she probably wouldn't give Charlie the time of day. LOL
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