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Check out this on wikipedia

Anyone Headed To Mexico

Seems that Mexicans eat dogs. This breed isn't listed, but dog is dog right?

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Oh man! I remember that thread way too well. Why are you bringing back the nightmares. Like I've said before, my dog hates the boat and I hate bringing him. It's mutual. It's just so unfair to a dog not having a place to run and crap in private. He rather spend his time at the cottage. That's just my opinion.
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Oh no, well, looky here dogsailors, if you see a beautiful Hardin with maroon trim sitting in a secluded anchorage, please stay the hell away! Not that I don't like dogs, I just don't like dogs on boats and all the crap they leave on the beach. Other than that, have a nice trip. SD is right, those are really ugly dogs. do they slobber all over everything? Probably used to it huh?

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LOL... I guess Ian doesn't want the slobbery geniuses on his boat.

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SD, can you imagine dog slobber all over everything, cockpit, dog slobber, cabin sole, dog slobber, berths dog slobber. plates, silverware, food, dog slobber. Yeauuucchhhh! And the smell? Don't light a match, the boat will explode. Just MHO And those dogs look like slobber dogs.

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ROFLMAO... On a boat as big as yours... that would be a serious, serious mess. Don't forget the dogs would probably get so excited that they'd piddle on your deck... I wonder what dog piss does to teak???

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