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Old Oct 30, 2012, 7:26 PM   #1
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Default Small dog inside a vineyard in Turpin

Cute pooch enjoying warm sunlight.
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Cute, indeed! Vineyard mascot?
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Cute, indeed! Vineyard mascot?
Thanks for looking! The dog is very cute. Like many dogs I had encountered there, they didn't need to wear flea collars and I didn't notice them scratching much or had any skin problems. From what I was told, Turpin is very hot and dry and extremely difficult for bugs to survive so that goes for the fleas too.
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Thanks for looking! The dog is very cute. Like many dogs I had encountered there, they didn't need to wear flea collars and I didn't notice them scratching much or had any skin problems. From what I was told, Turpin is very hot and dry and extremely difficult for bugs to survive so that goes for the fleas too.
Ha! I need to bring King there. Florida is the bug capital of the world, it seems...
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Cute dog and yep we have no fleas here where I live in the high derest.
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Cute little animal. Does he speak spanish also?
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Cute little animal. Does he speak spanish also?
"Yo quiero Taco Bell"
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I think this pooch definitely understands Mandarin. There is no Spanish speaking people in the vineyard or in Turpin where it is located. No Taco Bell franchise yet in this part of China. They eat a lot of barbequed lamb there and the food is very spicy.
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I think this pooch definitely understands Mandarin. There is no Spanish speaking people in the vineyard or in Turpin where it is located. No Taco Bell franchise yet in this part of China. They eat a lot of barbequed lamb there and the food is very spicy.
Haha! My bad... I ASSumed this vineyard was in California!
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