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  • Looking for a Boxer pattern.

    Hi All
    I am looking for a source for a Boxer (that is dog and not shorts) ornament.
    I have one in Judy Gales fine line dog book., but the ears are laying down.
    Rolf
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    Hi Rolf, Toni Burghout has this boxer on her site. If this is what you might be looking for. Steve
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      Rolf
      If you find a good one, I think Steve's looks great, let me know. I only have one boxer now, ears not cropped. I lost my other one two years ago, ears cropped black mask and very little white on her. She looked a lot like the picture Steve sent. Boy I miss her!
      Thanks for the memories!
      Mike

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