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1 Amy November 10, 2012 at 3:18 am

I love the pictures. And I agree with the term. My best friend was Hope as stray I found in Tijuana. She has passed now but was my best friend for 8 years and she was without a doubt a shyhound. Black face and beauty mark complete shepherd markings but built like a greyhound ran like one could pull her ears back into rosettes. She was the Best dog Ive ever owned I will try and post some pics if you’d like to see them. It seems to be a rare combinations but a Perfect personality. Hope wasnt all that shy although a loud tone of voice got her attention I would never call her anxious. We did have a Lab Setter growing up that got lost for 3 months before finally finding him at a shelter in the next county and he was neurotic but that was shelter induced. I wouldnt doom the mix of these breeds to being understood as anxious to the ignorant populace. Might suggest a longer name as well like greyman shyhound so its more easily understood but I do love the name and I appreciate the pictures. I miss her to this day and its nice to see a true mix that captures the grace and beauty she had. Thankyou

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2 shyhound November 10, 2012 at 10:09 am

One of the things I enjoy most about having this blog, Amy, is hearing from people like you who share the experience of having a shyhound 🙂 I would LOVE to see your pictures of sweet Hope! Do you have a link? If not, you could share them on our FB page or, if you’re feeling more adventurous, perhaps you’d like to write a guest post, like this one?

Lauren

P.S. Banjo says AROO!! I like see pikchuchs of Hope!

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