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December 16, 2009

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People also need to realize the responsibility they are taking on before they buy or adopt any dog. The dogs deserve a safe, caring and permanent home. (And, if it’s a shorthaired Chihuahua going to the Northeast in winter, a sweater.)

John Viramontes

I had to happen sooner or later: Spanglish goes mainstream! But the lingo probably won't show up in the current immigration reform bill of 2010.

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