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Guida

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  1. Guida

    Guess my mix.

    The first time time I put the baby pictures here.... ...Most of you said he was a German Shepard mix :lol: :lol: :lol: Guida
  2. Guida

    Guess my mix.

    Actualy I'm already participating of a Gos d'Atura Catala forum (in spanish), they have seen many pictures of my Snoopy and they think that he's an almost pure Gos. And some of the members do some breeding (not professionaly, it's funny because the owners of the new pups are becaming members of the forum to). You can see here the forum photo albums of the forum members. [url]http://www.todoperros.com/categorias.php?curr_cat_id=Q011350000&[/url] [url]http://www.todoperros.com/categorias.php?curr_cat_id=Q011350000&pag_categorias=1&pagina=2[/url] And here some of Snoopy's baby pictures: 2,5 months [img]http://onfinite.com/libraries/9320/27d.jpg[/img] 3,5 months [img]http://onfinite.com/libraries/9321/b78.jpg[/img] 4,5 months [img]http://onfinite.com/libraries/9319/900.jpg[/img]
  3. Guida

    Male Dogs and Marking

    My dog is not neutered and never marked inside the house. Actualy, he came from the shelter with 2,5 months and 15 day after that he was completely potty trained ( he already had some training in the shelter, as the orfan puppies had a living area and an outside area where they playd) I guess I'm luky :wink: Guida
  4. Guida

    Guess my mix.

    [quote name='between the wrinkles']Catalan Sheepdog? that's a pretty rare breed. i wouldnt put money to it that that is what it is, i still say SCWT. but, as has been said before!!! HE IS DARLING!! :D[/quote] If you had put your money on the Catalan Sheepdog you would have won. In Catalan the name is Gos d'Atura Catala. And yes It's a rare spanish breed... but did I mencioned I was in Portugal... just across the border with Spain? This is the full picture of the pure breed, that I took from the internet. He's a little diferente from the dogs that are on this site breeds list, but he was the cover from spanish magazine dedicated to the breed, and because of that I think he must be a good exemple of the breed. [img]http://usuarios.lycos.es/gtgosdatura/Fotos/portada2.jpg[/img] The standart for the breed can be found here: [url]http://usuarios.lycos.es/gtgosdatura/IndexEng.html[/url] Well what do you think? [img]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v397/guida123/dog4.jpg[/img] Snoopy is waiting :D
  5. Guida

    Guess my mix.

    No one as guessed the breed I'm thinking for him. I will ad that is an european breed and also some more things: - Is fur was never cut or stilled, it
  6. Guida

    Guess my mix.

    I came here many months ago traing to find out my dog's breed or mix. My dog came from a shelter and they had no idea of what he was and because he was baby it was even harder. Back then, I heard from you many possibities, but as he as change so much... I would like to hear your opinions again... But this time you could call it a game as I think I know is breed (not pure but very close to it). ... a remember... most of you said this dog was a german shepard mix :lol: [img]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v397/guida123/Web135.jpg[/img] [img]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v397/guida123/Web1311.jpg[/img] [img]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v397/guida123/Web1320.jpg[/img] [img]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v397/guida123/Web132.jpg[/img] I will had that he's 40 pounds and 56 centimeters (22 inches). Well, tell me what you think. Guida
  7. I live in Portugal and Snoopy was adopted from a Shelter that is about 60 miles from the border with Spain. And because I'm in Algarve we are invaded with spanish tourists all year. So it
  8. I've found a pure breed that looks a lot like Snoopy. I do not think he is pure but the similaty is big. I was so certein he was a terreir/shepard mix and now I
  9. Guida

    II

    So Lurchers are like what is done in Portugal by hunters. Hunters here mix Podendo with Beagle to get the perfect hunting dog, but they know it only works once, so they only mix pure breed dogs. The diference is that Lurchers can be breed. Guida
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    II

    Thanks, I will. About the lurcher, I had to go see what it was and I was rather surprise to find out that designer dogs started in the 16th century. Guida
  11. Guida

    Americans and dog crates.

    I was told it was an american costume and you do speak of it as it was the greatest thing ever. In the shelter where I got Snoopy dogs are not caged they are free. Snoopy loves open spaces and it would have been a crime to lock him. When I was a kid I had small dog. He had a dog house. It had a door with a lock that was never used except when he ad done something wrong. Then he had some jail time coming... he would go crazy in there!! For me a lock is punichement... to be lock is to loss freendom. Guida
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    Americans and dog crates.

    No, I'm not rude. I started this topic by expressing my ideias about crates... We live in a free would don't we? Acording to you we do not because I started to be called troll (what ever that actually means). If someone is being rude here, it's not me Guida
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    II

    About me being in Portugal. I live in Algarve in the south of Portugal. There are many tourists here,some live here all year long. And many have dogs they brought from their home countrys. That means that Snoopy could have any race in the world in his mix. [img]http://www.hpphoto.com/servlet/LinkPhoto?GUID=4dfc2581-1250-5d85-312e-414d60e52352&size=lg[/img] Guida
  14. Guida

    Americans and dog crates.

    Liberal Democracy is a phrase often used to describe Western democratic political systems, such as Australia, the United States, Britain, New Zealand, Canada and other nations. Liberal democracy is frequently used to describe the political philosophy of America. Look as this article: "On March 16, 2001, the Library of Congress, in cooperation with the James Madison Commemoration Commission, will host a symposium to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of James Madison, the nation's fourth president. It is being cosponsored by the Henry Salvatori Center at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California and will be chaired by Charles Kesler of Claremont McKenna College. The symposium, James Madison: Philosopher and Practitioner of Liberal Democracy, will explore the thought and character of James Madison as well as his many significant contributions to the nation's history, such as his defense of religious liberty; his role as architect and principal defender of the Constitution of the United States; his introduction of the legislation that produced the Bill of Rights; and his service as secretary of state in 1801-1809, and as president of the United States from 1809 to 1817. The all-day symposium, which will be held in Room 119 of the Thomas Jefferson Building, is open to the public without charge or advance reservation" Do you think your president was a liar??? Guida
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