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Old Aug 7, 2013, 05:35 PM
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This is Dickens back in January. He still does this at times when sleeping, but he's not quite as lap-friendly now.

http://i1326.photobucket.com/albums/...psaec994ac.jpg
Jody has been doing this since me was a puppy. The first time he did it was 10 minutes after I got to his breeders house when he was 7 weeks, it had been an everyday occurrence until about 10 months ago when he turned 1 year. Now you can find him sleeping paws up in my lap about three times a month. Luckly he's not TOO big, only 16".
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Old Aug 7, 2013, 06:02 PM
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Beau will let me cuddle with him, and my dog Tiger, a whippet terrier would let me cuddle him all the time, in fact, he would hold my chin up with his paw while I rubbed his belly.

I really like seeing all the pictures mostly because it really reinforces my belief that Beau is not really"part" sheltie at all. After seeing so many pictures I'm quite convinced that he is ALL Sheltie, (not that it really matters)
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