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Posted on: 11:52:59 AM 1/15/2006

You would use a soft sided carrier. I am pretty sure they allow them still, just as long as the carrier says it fits the air port regulations. I actually think you can take him our once you take off too during the flight, so don't worry if it is no...

Posted on: 11:20:01 AM 1/15/2006

Thank you for that insight. Mia (yes he is a boy despite the name!) is a little less then a year old (about 11 months) I have brushed him since we took him home from the breeder, since he was sooo tiny, I just brushed his whole body from the start ...

Posted on: 3:52:43 AM 1/15/2006

I wouldn't go there either. Also because of all the dogs that are there and some could have something like a virus and if they bite your dog they may give him it. Better safe you know?

Posted on: 3:50:26 AM 1/15/2006


***Edited By: mommamia on 1/15/2006 3:50:38 AM***
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Posted on: 3:49:52 AM 1/15/2006


***Edited By: mommamia on 1/15/2006 6:54:19 PM***
Reason: Bump

Posted on: 1:14:27 AM 1/15/2006

Yeah, they resemble "bears" and Poms so much. They are adorable. I missed them on the dog show though!

Posted on: 1:12:40 AM 1/15/2006

Codys Mom---I saw that pic of Cody you posted. What a love. It seems like he is well brushed. I have a Yorkie/Poodle Mix and his hair looks similar to Cody's. It is a bit curly so it tangles easy and the tangles turn to mats if they aren't brushed ...

Posted on: 1:08:43 AM 1/15/2006

Just wondering since they are so uncommon yet wonderful. Post pics if you do =]

Posted on: 11:11:42 PM 1/14/2006

Sounds good, I understand this is the last chance for posting
Thank you!

Posted on: 11:04:14 PM 1/14/2006

What cuties!!
Do you have any pics of mommy?

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