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The Great Dane and my Chihuahua's...

Friday, June 11, 2010

Took the girls on a one hour walk with our new neighbor Emily and her Great Dane Capone...I was very proud of them...they settled in very nicely once they realized that he wasn't going to eat them! They kept up for the entire hour as well....little tiny legs moving like hummingbirds compared to Capone's!!!

I snapped a quick one on my cell...not the best but you get the point...



And below are my girl's...in the same exact position for 2 1/2 hours now...totally tuckered out!!! LOL!


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  • GIRANIMAL
    So cute! My boyfriend and I used to walk his family's dog -- a 70-lb. lovable mutt -- and my Killer together, and everyone used to comment. They did make a pretty unexpected pair. emoticon
    3781 days ago
  • DEBSZOO74
    We used to have Great Danes! They're awesome - so sweet and gentle. We had mini-doxies the same time as the Great Danes and they got along great! emoticon
    3786 days ago
  • 0309COOKIE
    The pictures are adorable. What a contrast in size! Too cute!
    3786 days ago
  • SHARBABY123
    Sooo cute! I miss you Kris! emoticon
    3786 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1951302
    Adorable!
    3786 days ago
  • 3CHIHUAHUA
    your girls' heart is bigger then Capone's
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    3786 days ago
  • WALKERSSS
    Kris -Enjoyed hearing the story. He's handsome for a Great Dane. lol Looks like your little ones had plenty of exercise. They are so cute. emoticon Every 20 mins counts towards a mile. The PPP's are holding the lead for the 12 mile challenge. I just knew we could do it. emoticon

    I had to go back after I looked at the picture again. I didn't see your chi next to him. lol OMG she looks so little.
    3787 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/11/2010 5:13:12 PM
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