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Old 04-11-13, 05:45 PM   #1
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Taken in another rescue Samoyed. Charlie is 7 years old and very affectionate and lively
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I see he's already taken up your place on the sofa! Beautiful dog, it's so kind of people like you to take in rescue dogs
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He looks nice :-) I've had my lab x for 8 months now he's a rescue imageuploadedbyag-free1383603568.377395.jpgfrom Ireland


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Sorry Storeman but thats not a Dog thats a Bear and a Polar bear at that! At least he'll be at home here this winter
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I forgot the white hairs will get everywhere :-)


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We picked him up from kennels, the owner breeds samoyeds but helps out the rescue association by taking in dogs and caring for them until someone can take them in. As soon as I opened the hatch he jumped in ready to go. Before I had closed the hatch he had climbed over the seat backs into the passenger compartment. A couple of attempts to get him to stay in the back and he finally got the message. Going to get a dog guard just to be safe though. We find that rescue dogs are generally good tempered dogs and after a while when they realise they have a home for life become members of the family. I'd take on an older rescue dog any day rather than buy from a possible dodgy breeder.
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Good man
Looks like a lovely dog
Bad news you may get less mpg lol

On a sad note for me I lost one of my dogs age related last Monday one thing about them they pull your heart strings

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On a sad note for me I lost one of my dogs age related last Monday one thing about them they pull your heart strings

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They sure do, we were heartbroken when our first samoyed had to be put down due to the pain he was suffering which was part age related but also partly due to previous owners overfeeding him causing him to be almost twice the weight he should have been. We got his weight down but the damage had already been done.
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