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  • arpiearpie Mid North Coast, NSWMember Posts: 6,121
    edited November 2020
    I love schnauzers, @Jo_H ... a friend used to have 2 - but sadly, they died within months of each other, one of old age, the other of a snake bite - so she now has a new schnauzer pup. 

    If I got a dog, it would be a schnauzer .... they are so clever & attentive ..... 

    My girlfriend in Qld (diagnosed with BC Mets in her hip) has just picked up her labra doodle pup and just loves her already.  She loves sleeping on her feet!  LOL! 

  • HappySoulHappySoul South Coast NSWMember Posts: 17
    @arpie This is the first dog I’ve ever owned that makes constant eye contact with me - it’s like she’s looking deeply into my soul 🥰 I’ve been told it’s a schnauzer thing, they are a very special breed!
  • jennyssjennyss Western NSWMember Posts: 1,477
    edited November 2020
    @Dory65 - So elegant; I can just imagine how smooth his fur feels!
  • BlisterBlister Brisbane Member Posts: 65
    @Dory65 he is just gorgeous
  • Dory65Dory65 Member Posts: 323
    Hi @jenny and @Blister,
    yes, he is very handsome and sleek. The cat next door has marred his beauty somewhat since that photo was taken. He now has a chunk out of one ear, but I suppose he looks more ruggedly handsome, which is fine.
  • arpiearpie Mid North Coast, NSWMember Posts: 6,121
    Here you go - don't throw out those old jumpers without cutting off the sleeves first ........
    a Xmas pressie for your Fur-kid (cat or dog) for Winter!!

  • jennyssjennyss Western NSWMember Posts: 1,477
    Dear @arpie and other jumper wearing dog owners (the dog not the owner),
    Do you have to train the dogs to stand still while you put the jumper on? Do they enjoy wearing them.? I've often admired smart looking dogs in their coats/jumpers out for a stroll with their owners.
  • June1952June1952 Regional VictoriaMember Posts: 1,438
    Our dog loves her coat in winter Victorian months and yes, she stands still.
    The cats love theirs for cold nights but one does manage to take hers off if she is too warm.  Both stand still to get theirs on, even putting 'left' and 'right' front paws up on command.  (The cats have extra bits to go under the back legs).
    It is all what they are used to, I guess.
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