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Pop Doggie Magnets Celebrate the Idiosyncrasies of Dog Breeds

Is your Pit Bull a snuggle bunny? Does your Lab eat everything? Tell the world.

 |  Nov 14th 2012  |   0 Contributions


One of the many, many things we love about our dogs is their distinct personalities, aspects of which might be more pronounced depending on their breed.

Bred to be working dogs who work closely with their humans, Border Collies are as mentally agile as they are physical, resulting in a dog who is sharp, focused, and full of intelligent energy.

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The herding instinct is strong!

Golden Retrievers, on the other paw, are remarkably loyal ... to their tennis balls. Ever met a Retriever who doesn't delight in a game of fetch? It's biologically impossible! (OK, that's not true. I once met a Lab mix who just stared at me when I threw a ball, dashing all my dreams of spending hot summer days outside playing perpetual fetch.) (Maybe I'm the Labrador?)

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How many times have you been confronted with this?

Despite their bad reputation, Pit Bulls are notorious snuggle bunnies.

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You might get CUDDLED to death!

Pop Doggie embraces each breed's endearing quirks and nuances with its collection of colorful magnets and prints. With colorful illustrations and amusing captions, the pieces make bold statements of affection, reminding us that if we can forgive the trouble-making Shiba Inu who tears apart an IKEA pillow, we can forgive ourselves.

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It was the cat!

Did I eat that cupcake? Yes, I did. I have a weakness for cupcakes. And that's OK -- I love Labradors despite their weakness to anything and everything edible, even if they found it in the gutter.

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Confessions.

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