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> How Many Dogs Do You Have?, Are three dogs a crowd?
How Many Dogs Do You Have?
How Many Dogs Do You Have?
No dogs at the moment. [ 84 ] ** [4.49%]
One dog [ 548 ] ** [29.30%]
Two dogs [ 624 ] ** [33.37%]
Three dogs [ 306 ] ** [16.36%]
Four dogs [ 138 ] ** [7.38%]
More than four dogs [ 149 ] ** [7.97%]
Haven't counted them lately [ 21 ] ** [1.12%]
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heidishome
post 21st Apr 2010, 9:15 pm
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4 of my own, 1 life-time foster dog (may as well be mine coz I luffs her just as much) & 4 cats....
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post 24th Jun 2010, 1:37 am
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QUOTE(Kira-hound @ 23rd Jan 2003, 4:35 am) *

Four dogs for when it's freezing cold
And when you're feeling rather old.
One at your feet to keep them snug,
One at your back like an extra rug,
One on the pillow to heat up your ears
And one in your arms to calm your fears.

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wub.gif wub.gif Love that ! wub.gif wub.gif

Well....we have three cheeky monkey's most of the time wub.gif ..sometimes we have a visitor to stay who is a cav who we have had for 'his' holidays since he's been tiny.

Male Origional Boss... Old Lhasa 13yoa an x puppy farm stud dog
Male Tri cavalier 2 yoa-reared from 14 week old pup
Male tri cav 4 years of age an x puppy farm stud dog....then there is our ginger tom who because of the
above mob thinks he's a dog/one of them ninja.gif ...hangs out with them and generally does mostly what they do......(well you know ..almost everything).

The more the better! Just to see their personalities and their ability to tune into each other and us humans is for me amazing ooo.gif

I realise their care is an absolute priority, so grooming, clipping, exercise,training, socialisation,feeding a suitable diet for each individual dog,medical treatment-keeping up to date with health issues-etc etc--- Time is a big one i can see how having too many could get out of hand quickly-

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emmak
post 19th Nov 2011, 11:09 pm
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We had two when I voted but now have three smile.gif
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post 19th Nov 2011, 11:43 pm
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I have 2 but as soon as I've mastered dual dog walking on a lead I may well move onto 3 lol.gif
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