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Pure Bred Chihuahua or Not?

Discussion in 'Dog Breeding' started by Pterry97, Dec 29, 2021.

  1. excuseme

    excuseme Well-Known Member Registered

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    @JudyN
    Would there be anything in your FREE smileys link ?
     
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    I’m impressed, JudyN. My wife couldn’t explain the stick pattern. Big respect.
     
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    Explaining it is one thing... playing it is another!
     
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    Practice, practice, practice plus “Buddy Rich’s Snare Drum Rudiments” - the boredom of any lockdown regime will just zip by. Can’t think of any canine/percussive links. Now back to a Malbec - oh no, it’s too late, will make it a Horlicks. There’s rock ‘n roll for you.
     
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    So sorry for the faux pas, everyone. Should have said, “Practise, practise, practise…..”. What a prize blunder.
     
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    What a lovely looking little one you have there!
    Now I might be wrong with this....but because your lad is slim, and the fact that he is still youngster as well. We have quite a number of 'chis' around here where we take our girls for walk, but they are 'full figured' and generally many that I tend to come across are so. Your fit one might look slightly different to people who are used to see them in same 'fuller' condition as I have. Maybe that makes them think yours is not quite 'right' to be pure bred?
     
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