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Mustachemike wrote: ↑
Tue Sep 10, 2019 11:45 am
Moving to Guaquen La Ligua do you think Roscoe will have a hard time meeting other dogs not knowing the language[/size]
Google Translate should help
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I have a Japanese chin, born in Florida, that has been in Chile over 10 years. He still speaks crap for Spanish. I have to give him commands in English. Just like all the gringos around here though, he has learned a few key Spanish terms. Like, "asado".
He seems happy. Among the half-dozen animals between my house, my sister in law's house next door, our neighbors; he is the Alpha male by default. All the other dogs are females (and about 20 to 30 times his size). Not bad retirement for a 8 inch tall dog.
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