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Message Subject Why do GLP women Change Their Avatars?
Poster Handle SilverPatriot
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"Many of us are happily married and do not flock to facebook nor have the desire to be stalked by less than mediocre men who cannot think with the head on their shoulders."
- Silver Patriot


Agreed! Reminds me...I need to change my avatar! Plus, we're paid members, it's cool to be able to change our avatar, since that's one of the benefits of membership so why not use it!
 Quoting: SilverPatriot

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I have used a photograph of my Anatolian Shepherd as my avatar for a while now and thinking of using my St. Bernard or one of one of my cats as my avatar. Why I have even used photographs of some of the birds or critters that frequent my feeders and personally, what a person has to say is what captures my attention admittedly I do appreciate seeing new avatars.
 Quoting: Krystal


Your Shepherd is so beautiful. :uyt:
 Quoting: SilverPatriot

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Thank you, he is a rough coated Anatolian Shepherd, and currently 19 months old, at last measurement was 32” at the withers and 118.5 lbs, and when mature will be around 150 lbs.

He still looks like a puppy probably due to his long hair people are drawn to him like a magnet however, they have to be formally introduced to new people before he warms up.
 Quoting: Krystal



I love his silver color. I have a miniature pinscher. She is a black and rust. Her mother was a chocolate, and her father was a black and tan. She is the center of our home, as I can tell your companions are of your home.:lkj:


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Although familiar with the breed name, I had to look up the breed and found that the Miniature Pinscher is a breed that requires an owner who will properly socialize the dog. They are good watchdogs and were developed from working breeds and I suppose you give yours jobs to do.

Mine carry backpacks while on walks although my elderly St. Bernard no longer carriers her own water but insists on wearing the backpack even if carrying only a washcloth.
 
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