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I am not ashamed to admit that when I was a kid I grew up with an obsession with shaved poodles and the “shaved” part of their name.
I think the “Shaved” in shaved podies is a perfect fit.
It’s not that I think the word “poodle” means shaved; I don’t think it means shaved, just a slightly different, more masculine name.
And, frankly, I think most people don’t know that there are other shaved breeds out there.
For instance, the breed called the “Mullet-Shaved Dog” is one of the most popular.
They are an American breed that originated in New Jersey, and their names are actually the name of the dog in the movie Mullet.
But even though the Mullet-shaved Dog is a dog breed that originates in New York, it is not a breed that I would describe as a “poodle.”
It is a poodle named for its shorn fur.
The word “mulle” comes from a French word meaning “to shave.”
The term “paddle” is derived from the Middle English word “pere,” which means to be shaved, and “pate” comes in the Latin phrase patere, which means “to cut.”
So it seems pretty clear to me that a name like “shave” is a bit of a stretch, and that it doesn’t really make sense to call a dog a “sharable dog” when it is really just a poodle.
But I am a bit more cautious when it comes to this one.
I don’t believe in calling dogs that way, and I definitely don’t like the idea of the word shaving being associated with a dog’s name.
So I am definitely not ashamed of my obsession with the term “shapelose.”
I have seen other people claim to have shaved the poodle’s hair.
One of the more recent examples of this phenomenon is the American Sharper and the Dog.
They have been using the word shave for years.
But it turns out that the American Shipper’s Hairdresser is not actually a shaved pudge, it’s actually a dog named for the pudge.
And there are lots of other shaved dog breeds that aren’t exactly shaved, like the Scottish Shepherd.
The word has also been used for other dogs, including the Australian Sharper.
So that’s probably one reason why it’s been such a popular name for them.
The reason why I am ashamed of the term is that I really, really don’t want to be associated with that word.
It’s not something I would want to call my poodle.