Puppies: Max, "Odie", "Yellow Dog", Charlie

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My "Mommy" took me in her heart even though she already had two others. She doesn't know exactly what kind of baby I am. Maybe part Pug and part border collie???? I have a big brother (85lbs) he is a Yellow Lab, named "Yellow Dog" (what else?)He just likes to hang around with Mommy. I also have a big sister. Her name is "Odie" she is a long-haired almost all white Sheltie. I love her tons, after mommy. We play all the time. I like to jump and jump high. I can jump straight up about 6 feet, with no net or anything. Top that!!! I love my mommy cause if it would not have been for her I might not be here right now. Oh, I forgot, I just love sitting in the front window, looking for cars, kitties, or whatever else may peek my interest!!!

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My middle child "Odie" What an intelligent, playful and good loving baby-girl she is. She is the smartest, beautiful girl I know. She makes us all laugh when she wants to be scratched, she moves her body back and forth till you get just the right spot. Loves the snow, me "Yellow Dog" and "Max" call her the snow dog. We think due to her color and the fact that she loves snow, it a fitting nickname.

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"Yellow Dog"

"Yellow Dog"

Hi! My name is Yellow Dog and I am (of course) a Yellow Lab. I was found on the highway with 3 of my brothers and sisters and my mom. A little way down the road one of my siblings was (so sad) no longer in this world. So my parent picked me up (I was the only one who would come, everybody else ran) brought me home and the rest is history! I love my Mommy sooooo much! I follow her EVERYWHERE. I am a big time family man. Don't mess with my peeps! Mommy comes first but second in line is Mommy's granddaughter P.J. I let her sit on me, and play with me. She likes that!!! I am 85lbs. going on 90lbs. so it's not a big deal. Last thing, I LOVE MY MOMMY AND P.J.

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Charlie came to our house when my daughter went to Florida just for "Grandma" to babysit. My daughter was gone for 2 weeks, when she came back to pick him up he only wanted to stay by me. He wouldn't even go to her....Needless to say, my daughter told me he was my dog now. I had fallen in love with him but I had recently lost my beloved Max on May 22 so I was a little leary on taking Charlie in. I couldn't refuse however, he wouldn't leave my side. So now I am no longer "Grandma" I am "Mommy". He is a wonderful, well behaved baby boy and we love him tons!!!!!! Charlie's brothers' owner wanted to know what breed the dogs were, so she had a DNA test done. The results were 1/2 Leonberger and 1/2 Border Collie. As Charlie Brown (as I sometime call him) is half Leonberger he is rare and in my eyes, royalty!!! Some information about Leonbergers: The Leonberger has a lively nature, brave, intelligent, steady and affectionate. It has a sweet expression. Loving and steadfast, stable and calm, the Leonberger just loves everyone. Their intelligence is extraordinary; their loyalty and love for their families is unparalleled. He has a friendly personality. A well balanced Leonberger will be highly trustworthy and have incredible patience, even with the most obnoxious children. With most of these dogs, if the situation becomes too intense, instead of showing any aggression, the Leonberger simply walks away. Most of these dogs can take bad behavior in their stride. This breed was established in 1846 in Leonberg, Germany in the region of Wurttemberg by the German breeder Heinrich Essing from a crossing of the Newfoundland, St. Bernard, and the Great Pyrenees. Heinrich Essing's goal was to create a breed that would closely resemble the look of a lion. Leonbergers have been owned by many royal families including Napoleon II of France, Empress Elizabeth of Austria, the Prince of Wales, Emperor Napoleon II, Bismarck, and Italian King Umberto. In the nineteenth century many Leonbergers were imported to Russia. Like many breeds, the world wars almost brought it to extinction. By the end of World War II, only a few dogs remained. In 1945, several Germans gathered some of the few remaining Leonbergers and re-established the breed. Today the Leonberger has regained his popularity in Europe. The official standard was set in 1949. The first Leonberger was imported to the United States in 1971. This versatile breed has been successful for guarding livestock, search and rescue, obedience, water-rescue, tracking and as a family companion.

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