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I hope if dogs ever take over the world, and they chose a queen, they don't just go by size, because I bet there are some Mini Schnauzers with some good ideas.



If I come back as an animal in my next lifetime, I hope it's some type of cat, because this is the part where I do sphinx EASY!



How come the dove gets to be the peace symbol? How about me? I have more feathering than the dove, and I don't have that dangerous beak.




The face of a dog can say it all, especially the mouth part of the face.
 

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Elsa looks so good in a schnauzer cut, I mean..not that she doesn't look good 24/7..!

I wonder if every dog thinks as deeply as Elsa, you should ask her telepathically and give me an answer ;)
 

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Hm, Maybe Elsa should run for president. I love a deep thinking dog. That last picture certainly sums up how she feels about life. lol I knew Elsa had a beard but I was sort of surprised at how long it is. Maybe it is more obvious with her haircut? Maybe I never saw a profile picture before. She is very cute.

Too cute! Elsa is an agility dog. I wonder how suprized you would have been if a little kid came out of the end of the tunnel before her? lol
 

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I wonder if every dog thinks as deeply as Elsa, you should ask her telepathically and give me an answer ;)
All credit to Jack Handey...I miss the days when SNL was good.

She is very cute.
Thank you, I feel the same.

Too cute! Elsa is an agility dog. I wonder how suprized you would have been if a little kid came out of the end of the tunnel before her? lol
It's happened before, but not with a kid. We were up real early one morning and some lady decided to fall asleep in the tube...I didn't know. When I noticed Elsa put her brakes on I thought it was curious, and it sure was when the lady exited laughing...likely drunk.

oh my gosh, she went down the slide..that was so cool...
Ya, and all that to retrieve a Frisbee. She really is a neat dog. I can remember the first attempt at the slide...I didn't know what I was doing, she was uncertain, so I took a biscuit and slid it down the slide. She leaped for it, and luckily she thought that was fun because she's never looked back since.

The wobbly bridge took more effort than the slide did.
 

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Look what we caught this morning.





It's true that every time you hear a bell, an angel gets its wings. But what they don't tell you is that every time you hear a mouse trap snap, and Angel gets set on fire.
 

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You didn't kill him did you...:(
I turned him into a new puzzle toy for Elsa. Jut kidding, Elsa was mostly uninterested. But no I didn't kill him. I did, however, put him in a field where I've seen snakes, birds of prey, and fox. I'm hoping he makes a good meal for one of them, being an uninvited guest in my home, and fattening himself up on my food.
 

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Elsa is such a beautiful dog - she looks almost exactly like a mini-schnauzer I used to have. Seems wicked smart, too. So she goes through the whole playset routine to get the frisbee? That's a hoot. And deep, all at the same time.
 

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How in the world did you catch a mouse in a jar?
I convinced him the grass was greener on the other side of the road.

Or I might have used peanut butter and one of these.


My favourite part is when she's running back with the Frisbee, it's as large as her face.
Watching her carry a partially deflated soccer ball is quite amusing too.
 

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Shes a pretty girl Curb.

There is a male MS near me that is crazy,he always trys to leash pull to get to Aslan :eek::D,he is fearless.

You see the pic with Elsa and the mouse together,is that mouse real or are you messing around (i know the one in the bottle is real) if its the same mouse then Elsa is very patient and a good pooch,that mouse woulda been a snack here (excluding Bless of course)

I caught one in my house once and set it free too,thing is we dont have snakes and such so it'll probably come back:rolleyes:
 

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So she goes through the whole playset routine to get the frisbee?
Ya, but I think she likes to run through the playset just as much as her Frisbee. There have been days we'd walk by with no intention of chasing Frisbees, and she'd run the set as if to say watch me do it again! Almost like controlled zoomies.

There is a male MS near me that is crazy,he always trys to leash pull to get to Aslan :eek::D,he is fearless.
Yes, all terrierists, if they were packaged in a larger size, would likely be considered for breed banning. Elsa's nothing like the male MS you know. We've had cats run right by us up trees and Elsa would look at me like, that cat if frig'n C R A Z Y. I usually agree. :rolleyes:

You see the pic with Elsa and the mouse together,is that mouse real or are you messing around (i know the one in the bottle is real) if its the same mouse then Elsa is very patient and a good pooch,that mouse woulda been a snack here (excluding Bless of course)
Hehe, no the one on top is not real. Apparently that's the only mouse she cares about. She showed no interest in the bottled one, but I could tie that cat toy in a blanket and she'd hunt for it until she gets it. Go figure.
 
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