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    Quote Originally Posted by gg_wants_a_tesla View Post
    A Weimaraner? We used to have one living down the street; quite a playful dog, it was, although a little scary to have around little children.
    They are quite active, tend to jump, and are fairly large so they could knock small children over when they've just been introduced and/or are excited. Regular vigorous walks help a lot in this regard. Ours is an adjunct babysitter in our house:



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    I remember a baby my mum cared for, sitting in the garden, dog babysitting beside here. The baby got a biscuit she thought was a bit too hard. So she showed the biscuit to the dog, he softened it by likking it with his tongue, and then when soft enough the baby ate the biscuit!
    It was so funny to watch them both at work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by strider View Post
    They are quite active, tend to jump, and are fairly large so they could knock small children over when they've just been introduced and/or are excited. Regular vigorous walks help a lot in this regard. Ours is an adjunct babysitter in our house:



    A lot of sleeping going on at our house :P
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    Kaci the Bichon is very good at naps,
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    Do these come with leashes now, too?
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    Woof Systems' latest pack member "Knavi" as seen on her first day on the job...explains why we don't get much done around here!

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