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agree'd I like the big black and brown one the best. Dobe's are my favorite smooth coated breed, but hubby is a weirdo and is afraid of them so none of those in my future I'm afraid.
 

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What adorable little ones, I love the face of the maltapoo, makes me want to just pick him up and give him a great big smooshy kiss!! And, I must say, being a Dobe owner for the last 30 years myself, that I love your Dobe. My girl is 8 years old now and I don't plan on getting another when her time comes to leave me. I love her dearly and do not think I could ever replace her. Dobies are the best!! :)

Well, ok, Spoos certainly have stolen my heart too and are a breed unto themselves...lol. I have totally fallen in love with them. :high5:
 

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Just beautiful. Isn't it funny we're all poodle owners and yet I just love the Dobie too. She is so regal. I love the look of cropped ears and tail although I know it is bad of me to say, and not necessary, I am just a shallow individual who goes on looks alone LOL.
 

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All are just gorgeous dogs. Nice pics. We have 2 standards and 2 toy poos who all get along just great with our rottie. Our rottie is probably the most docile of all of ours. I agree that there are a lot of people who seem to freak when they see a big dog. We always tell anyone new who comes to our home not to worry about the rottie, that she won't bite them and they look at us like "yeah right". Actually the ones I warn people about are our toys, you have to let them come to you and people always want to reach out to them, because they are small. Like the saying goes, the smaller they are the bigger the bite.
 

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