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Old Mar 28, 2009, 9:24 PM   #11
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Old Mar 28, 2009, 9:35 PM   #12
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Well, to put it the US way; She's a real ...




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Old Mar 28, 2009, 9:47 PM   #13
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If you ain't got basic trust you have a much harder time to manage to feel happiness. Siiri with a anti-fascist dog found in a waste paper basket in Barcelona, Spain, Europe.

Closing the allluballullum for tonight.

Go-od night and jo-oy be-e with you all

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Old Mar 28, 2009, 10:33 PM   #14
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A wonderful collection of dogs, even if they are not all your dogs.
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I very much enjoyed the story of your dogs and friend's dogs, but the favorite picture is this one:



Thank you again for the entertainment...Robert
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Old Mar 29, 2009, 9:20 PM   #16
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A wonderful collection of dogs, even if they are not all your dogs.
Thank you, Calicajun, for viewing and the comment. Having two of them feels like a little family

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Old Mar 29, 2009, 9:22 PM   #17
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I very much enjoyed the story of your dogs and friend's dogs, but the favorite picture is this one:
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Thanks, Robert. Glad you like the pictures. Don't recall the name of your white Schäfer - what was the name?

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Torgny, his name is King. I noticed that you call him Schafer. Is that Swedish for Shepherd? Robert


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Torgny, his name is King. I noticed that you call him Schafer. Is that Swedish for Shepherd? Robert

Yes, King it was. It's a German breed originally, isn't it? Studied the German language at highschool. Ein Schaf means A sheep, so the meaning of Schäfer should be "...that deals with sheep"

They say Schäferhund

Hund means dog

Dog that .... with sheep

Sheep herd er

So, yes, makes sense. The swedish language has imported many, many words from German as well as from French and English.

Nice dog your King

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"The swedish language has imported many, many words from German as well as from French and English."


As our "english" has borrowed many words from different languages.

Thamk you for your explanation, and the pictures of your dogs and their friends. Robert
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