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The Siamese Chows #37569
12/01/11 04:29 AM
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Re: The Siamese Chows [Re: DonParrot] #37570
12/01/11 08:50 AM
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Very cute!

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Re: The Siamese Chows [Re: DonParrot] #37577
12/01/11 06:14 PM
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Too funny but a little scary!! smile


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Re: The Siamese Chows [Re: Peggy Sue] #37579
12/01/11 06:39 PM
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Originally Posted By: Peggy Sue
Too funny but a little scary!! smile


Yes you're right. Two stubborn Chows in one body would be more than a handful. *g*


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Re: The Siamese Chows [Re: DonParrot] #37585
12/02/11 05:34 PM
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Nice, Don. Great dogs!

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Re: The Siamese Chows [Re: Jim Garvie] #37589
12/02/11 06:34 PM
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Thanks Jim.
Unfortunately I had just some fractions to shoot the picture and so, the I hadn't the time to close the lens down for a wider DOF - and the focus isn't exactly where I'd wanted it to be.


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Re: The Siamese Chows [Re: DonParrot] #37782
12/19/11 06:47 PM
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I had a wonderful chow for many years. They are so cute...but three years after her death I still find hair, so I look at those two and try to imagine double the fur tumbleweeds.

Re: The Siamese Chows [Re: horsephoto] #37785
12/20/11 05:04 AM
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Originally Posted By: horsephoto
I had a wonderful chow for many years. They are so cute...but three years after her death I still find hair, so I look at those two and try to imagine double the fur tumbleweeds.


Hihi.
You, know, we've got a total of five long-haired dogs (the Chows, two Bearcoat Shar Pei and an ELO), so you get accustomed to living in a somewhat furry house. grin And in consideration of the fact that we lived with parrots for some 20 years before we had to swap to dogs for health reasons, we still are amazed by the fact that dogs are so much cleaner. *gg*

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