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Re: Re: Looking for/ Looooongggg dog

I just measured Dreyfuss. He's a little over 14 inches at the shoulder, and 21" long, as near as I can tell with him wiggling. Most of his height is in his chest- he's got stubby little legs.
Alas, he's definitely "doggy", especially when wet.


----- Original Message ----- From: <TeichFlora@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, April 01, 2006 8:02 PM
Subject: [CHAT] Re: Looking for/ Looooongggg dog

Thanks for the pictures, Daryl. Cute dogs. Mine pretty much looks like
that, except she's brindle in coloration and long coat with serious cowlicks in
it. We call it Trixilee having a bad hair day. Parts are curly, other parts
straight, some stand up, others lay down. LOL Her ears stand up except at
the very tip that flops over. Hm, okay for measurements....she's not an easy
pup to measure. At 9 months, she's 12 inches from floor to shoulder blade,
and 16 inches from base of tail to base of her neck. She is part chow and ??
something LOONG. Her fur nor her face is chow at all, but her tail is curled
like a chow and her tongue is mostly black like a chow. Chows have a sweet
smell to them, not "doggy" at all even when wet, she...unfortunately, did not
inherit this. She's very sweet tempered and friendly......not reserved like
a chow. She also barks more like a beagle than a chow. LOL She's smart
as a whip though, and VERY lovable.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
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