My Little ‘Wiener Dog’ ?

For those of you that know what Joe Joe looks like, you will find this interesting:

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Here are pictures of my boy:

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I got the results back today and I have been laughing all day. I love my boy. rescued him from the indian reservation at about 4 months old. He has been a joy ever since.

Just ordered another one for my ‘cockapoo’ and my ‘affenpinscher mix’

http://www.wisdompanel.com/

cheaper here: http://www.amazon.com/

The Rhodesian ridgeback is a dog breed developed in Southern Africa. Its European forebears can be traced to the early pioneers of the Cape Colony of southern Africa, who crossed their dogs with the semi-domesticated, ridged hunting dogs of the Khoikhoi.
In the earlier parts of its history, the Rhodesian ridgeback has also been known as Van Rooyen’s lion dog, the African lion hound or African lion dog—simba inja in Ndebele, shumba imbwa in Shona—because of its ability to keep a lion at bay while awaiting its master to make the kill.

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The Chihuahua’s history is puzzling and there are many theories surrounding the origin of the breed. Both folklore and archaeological finds show that the breed originated in Mexico. The most common and most likely theory is that Chihuahuas are descended from the Techichi, a companion dog favored by the Toltec civilization in Mexico. No records of the Techichi are available prior to the 9th century, although dog pots from Colima, Mexico, buried as part of the western Mexico shaft tomb tradition which date back to 300 BC are thought to depict Techichis. It is probable that earlier ancestors were present prior to the Mayans as dogs approximating the Chihuahua are found in materials from the Great Pyramid of Cholula, predating 1530 and in the ruins of Chichen Itza on the Yucatán Peninsula.

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