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    Re: 10 Breeds of Dogs That Are not Trendy

    Quote Originally Posted by oscar View Post
    I've had rescue all my adult life Tabby. It was only 15 years ago that my husband thought better to buy puppies and start from scratch. Mulder and Scully were both 8 weeks when we got them but the younger Jack Russell, Rosie Is rescue. We only took her because she was due to go to the Kill shelter the next morning and the little bugger wormed her way Into our affections.
    All of my rescue's over the years have been difficult with behaviour problems, down to previous owners of course, not the dog. I used to take them on a rehabilitation basis and then could never part with them.
    As Mulder will be 16 In April, It's fact, he won't be with us forever so upon his passing we have decided to offer older dogs a home. So many are destroyed because shelters can't afford to keep them and no-one wants a 10 year old dog but we'd like to give a loving home to older dogs In their last years.
    I think that's wonderful & I know our local SPCA would love to have you work with them!

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    Re: 10 Breeds of Dogs That Are not Trendy

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    If you want a pet dog that is
    friendly & loving
    good with kids
    doesn't shed hair all over the shop
    isn't very big

    May I recommend an Italian Greyhound

    I was somewhat familiar with them, just by sight mainly and found this for more info ~~~~~>
    Italian Greyhound - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I'm not in the market for another dog right now but I always have a keen interest in them and enjoy seeing different breeds. I've had more mixed breeds over the years than pure breeds and love them all!

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    Re: 10 Breeds of Dogs That Are not Trendy

    I see you are in the USA Tabby. I understand there are a lot of Iggy's (Italian Greyhounds) on the rescue list in some states, as they race them and abandon them when they are past it.

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    Re: 10 Breeds of Dogs That Are not Trendy

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    I see you are in the USA Tabby. I understand there are a lot of Iggy's (Italian Greyhounds) on the rescue list in some states, as they race them and abandon them when they are past it.
    Arena, I know that's true of the standard (larger) greyhound but I didn't know it was also true of the Italian greyhounds. They say that although the greyhounds exhibit such speed in racing, they're actually fairly low key and calm as pets. And love the couch!!

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    Re: 10 Breeds of Dogs That Are not Trendy

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