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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

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Leigh

Hey, those are great "v's"! Informative too, but then, I love learning about different breeds too :)

Dorothy B

They all look very fascinating. I wonder if adding a bit of silk to the Valais wool would make it better for handknitters. He looks a little like a very short and fuzzy bull.

Marlene

The Valais Blacknose is so cute it looks like a child's pet.

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