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We just got a new puppy. We spent a while trying to figure out what kind to get.  We wanted to adopt one, however in searching, we could not find one that was hypoallergenic that was available and my daughter is very allergic.  It also had to be a small dog.  So, we have been very busy looking and finally found the perfect one.  It is a cross between a Shih Tzu and Poodle called a "Shih-poo".  She is adorable.  She is so cuddly and playful and my kids love her.  The only thing is she cries at night and it breaks my heart.  I hope it does not take long for that to stop.  I will post a picture soon.

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