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Old 10-19-2008, 09:23 PM
 
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Can you identify this breed of dog? Please, go to Yahoo.com, and look under "video," titled "Puppy Sees Familiar Friend In Mirror." It is about a white and black gorgeous puppy named "Rambo." If you cannot find it at Yahoo, go to gagfilms.com, and is listed under "Puppy vs. Mirror.", or "Rambo The Puppy," This is the most beautiful puppy, I have ever seen, and is destined for HOLLYWOOD!!!!!! I want to get one to give my daughter for her birthday. Your prompt attention to this matter is greatly appreciated, and I am thanking you in advance.

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Old 10-19-2008, 09:25 PM
 
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go to the kennel, or call ASPCA (google them) and they can hook you up

i saw that video, it is really cute
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Old 10-19-2008, 10:25 PM
 
Location: Washington, DC & New York
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The puppy Rambo looks like a Shih Tzu. Here are some links for more information about the breed:

Shih Tzu Information and Pictures, Shih Tzus

American Shih Tzu Club (http://www.shihtzu.org/Info/colors.asp?menu=Info - broken link)

American Kennel Club - Shih Tzu

As a general rule with purebred puppies, look for referrals to reputable breeders from the breed club in the local area. If you cannot find one, contact a reputable one from the listing of the club and ask about puppies that they may have for sale. It's always best to meet the breeder and the parents of the puppies to make sure that the dog is healthy, and you should take the puppy home with you in your car. While some breeders will ship puppies via air, many will not, and you may have to take a weekend trip to get a dog if the breeder is further away.

Puppy mills can supply seemingly reputable businesses, and the puppies can even have AKC papers and be from a mill. That's why it's best to get the dog from the breeder as they ensure that the dogs are well cared for, and you will be paying top dollar for the breed this route. However, you can be assured of dogs that are guaranteed and generally do not have genetic issues due to inbreeding and are free from diseases, worms, etc. that can be found in puppy mill puppies.

Good luck with finding a puppy!
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