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Their nice dogs.

Im alittle concerned about that type of "breeder" but wont get all negitive. My first dogs were not the "best bred" dogs in the world but they were a great bunch, a few genetic health problems but they were great friends, workers and pretty fast for Malamutes

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Gorgeous dogs, really beautiful.

I've got to look into the Grayhound ex-raceer adoption league, otherwise Marcia will drag home some yippy dog someday. With three cats in a pretty small house it's more than enough pets for me but she HAS to have a dog. (guess who will end up walking it??? <_< )

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That place isn't bad at all. Just a family business and nice people. They're not making a fortune or anything and the dogs are well kept.

Thats good to hear.

They have alot of breeds. You know.....just like you and I are a different kind of dog owner, people haveing dogs for the primary purpose of selling puppies makes me uneasy. Im sure however my working dogs makes people uneasy.........but theres a difference there too, because Im giving them attention, culture, environment, experience, room to run (in a sence) that is after all the main priority of a dog.....to cover ground, we teach them otherwise but naturally they are nomads of a larger territory. My team became very attached to our training area which has 20 miles worth of loops we could run, lakes, trails and roads. I know where heaven is.

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