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    Very cool Alex....
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    Not mine... Seen at the Galpin car show this past Sunday
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    Holly, another Porsche riding Tibetarian Terrier, in the strong Baltic Sea autumn breeze

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    Peter, Holly looks 'cool'. How old is she, and I must say she has amazing colours .

    Fred is now 11 months and is a total character. He will sit for hours just keeping an eye on the property which is what they did for the Tibetan Monks for over 2000 years.

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    Zach is nearly 12 years old and is getting old so we got Fred to keep him company and it has changed his outlook on retirement.

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    Interesting points are...
    They were never able to be purchased and were only given as a gift by the monks.

    They are NOT a Terrier but were classified as one by the British.

    They are one of the oldest (if not the oldest) dog breeds.


    They love going on 'road trips'
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    Here are my pups. Daisy is a black lab/husky mix and Napoleon is a yellow lab. Daisy is 16 months and Napoleon is 11 months. They love going for drives. Name:  C8F42531-239C-4548-A43D-62E8A279C0F9.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZVW View Post
    Peter, Holly looks 'cool'. How old is she, and I must say she has amazing colours .

    Fred is now 11 months and is a total character. He will sit for hours just keeping an eye on the property which is what they did for the Tibetan Monks for over 2000 years.

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    Zach is nearly 12 years old and is getting old so we got Fred to keep him company and it has changed his outlook on retirement.

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    Interesting points are...
    They were never able to be purchased and were only given as a gift by the monks.

    They are NOT a Terrier but were classified as one by the British.

    They are one of the oldest (if not the oldest) dog breeds.


    They love going on 'road trips'
    Thanks Mark. Holly is 5 years now. She used to be black as a puppy, but now is greyish, with white feet. She does exactly what you describe Fred is doing. Great family dogs, and yes they love road trips!

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    My boys...

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    Like to own this breed...if a few hundred acres were available for him to run, the Scottish Deerhound has a nice temperament. Longer, taller than a greyhound, with rough silvery coat. Designed for top end, sort of the 917 of the canine world.


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    even Magnus has his appearance at 1:58

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