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    Shop Dog

    We did this a few years ago I think. Time to update

    Show us a picture of your Shop Dog


    This is Bandit. Cross between a Gordon Setter and Golden Retriever. He is a rescue pup we got when he was 8 weeks old. He is almost a year old now.

    I can't really classify him as a shop dog because he is afraid to go down the basement stairs What a wimp

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    Mines not much of a shop dog either. She's like a kid on a road trip..."Can we go now, can we go now, can we go now".

    Darren

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    And mine.

    This is Bocephus.....Part Toy Fox Terrier, Part pain in the butt!.....just kidding about the last part.
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    Hey, It's all I could afford!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Mooney View Post
    Hey, It's all I could afford!!
    Wow even the cat is rolling it's eyes at that one.
    Darren

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    You must remember, dogs have owners......cats have staff

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    I love a thread like this!

    Okay, here's my dedicated shop dog, Thibault (pronounced T-bo), age 8.

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    T-bo has his own bed in the shop. Here's he's actively supervising my work.

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    My little female is just learning how to be a Shop Dog, and has started hanging out in the shop with her step-brother. This was taken last year when she was looking for a Valentine's Day date.

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    And here they are together, so you can see about a 15 pound size difference. He's big for the standard (not fat), and she's small for the standard.

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    Many of you have already met Lokai. He's not much of a shop dog. Doesn't like all the noise. Here's the pic I took of him at Ned's about 1 1/2 years ago.

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    Here are my two newest ones
    Holly is a Decker Terror she acts more like a cat that barks
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    And this is Poppy she is a Vizslapoo the first to be registered for this breed and she is going to make a great Shop Dog nothing bothers her and everyone is a friend ( or a chew toy )
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