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Old 28-07-2008, 15:34   #61
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The only real way to ensure your dog doesnt shed is to not own a dog..
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This is a pic of Autumn, our Belgian Malinois. She's a great little companion, loving, energetic, and enjoys being on the boat.
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Old 30-07-2008, 10:38   #63
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Rat terrier(terrorist) named Kira...she barks at buoys....and gulls too sometimes! we live aboard our 37' Folkes cc ketch
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I have a Pekingese named Harley. He is a great watch dog, almost too good. He would like to attack anyone but me and he means business. I wish he was friendly to other people, I did not train him to be that way and believe it is inherent to the breed. He weighs 14 pounds. He is a great boat dog and loves to go with me.
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Charlie, a Maltese X Shitzu I think. I'm not too sure as I rescued him off death row.
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Lucy the pug absolutely loves sailing! Actually, I think she just loves being with us. Because she is not "water wise" we have a cloth pen for her and she loves to snooz away in that when we sail. She is a little impatient in the marina - always wanting to follow us around but at sea, she snoozes away and enjoys the movement of the boat.
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Old 04-08-2008, 01:39   #67
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What breed is your sailing dog?

We have a Long-haired Standard Dachshund who sails with us, he is very good at sea and very patient. We are in Brixham Harbour, Devon, UK at the moment awaiting a permanent mooring.
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Old 22-08-2008, 22:27   #68
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We have a Scottie named Sassy who loves the boat, along with the new friends she makes both canine and human. We did make sure she could swim before bringing her on board. So far she has only fallen in once while we were at dock. For dingy rides she always wears her life jacket unlike her human companions.."Bad humans, no treats for you" she says
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Old 31-08-2008, 14:25   #69
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We have a Raternaro Anduluz which is a small terrier breed from Spain used to chase rats in the bodegas. We got her in Spain she has sailed from the Med to the US and several trips to Maine. She is like most dogs and prefers land.
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Lucy is a Oz Shepard / Min Collie mix? Got her from "Doggy Jail". Loves coconuts and frisbies. Makes more hair than a barbershop but we deal with it. At 35 Pounds she is easy to handle and easily jumps from the dink to the boat.
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Barney the little shorter fat one a 3.5 year Norfolk Terrier, very funny and cheeky.

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Basil whose breed is a CORTIAN and is now 7 years old, of course we all know that a CORTIAN is not abreed but his mother was a Welsh Corgi and his father was an Alsation - don't ask - hence Basil short stumpy legs, big ears and a bushy tail.
We got him from the RSPCA, he had not been treated well and was originally called Bob (and was a bit snappy - not any more, he is a beautiful and very intelligent dog), but in the UK we have a TV show with the host being a ventriloquists dummy that looks like a fox and is called Basil a perfect resemblance.

Pictures of Basil brush and the boys.
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This our new crew member....

Our new crew member picked up at the rescue. She's half Rotti and half Australian Cattle dog. Gotta love the one blue eye

Seven weeks old and already can't keep her out of the water Pretty soon I'm gonna need a bigger boat!
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Our new crew member picked up at the rescue. She's half Rotti and half Australian Cattle dog. Gotta love the one blue eye
Seven weeks old and already can't keep her out of the water Pretty soon I'm gonna need a bigger boat!
Holy smokes she's cute! I sometimes wish they stayed cute little puppies
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