john_j_enright (john_j_enright) wrote,
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john_j_enright

Poodles At War

 That's a U.S. Navy poodle in the picture, from World War II.  Standard poodles (the big ones) were on the military's list of approved war breeds.  Read about it here.

They're not as aggressive as Dobermans or Rottweilers, or course, but they do have big teeth.

Rhyme of the day:

If you haven't got
A Rott,
Order up a brutal
Poodle.

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