Carpe Shar-Pei (Seize the Wrinkled Dog)
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LOVE LOVE LOVE your site. Didn't want to leave. I will return for more games and stories on the dogs. Look forward to purchasing a pup from you soon. :D

Added: August 25, 2013
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Loved your site, whilst reading it it made me nod as I read your comments and compared them to our Shar Pei's behaviour, so uncanny.

Added: October 14, 2010
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What an awesome website!! Your Peiby's are beautiful! I can hardly wait to speak with you about one of your puppies I just e-mailed you about. Looking forward to speaking with you, & hopefully, a long-standing friendship on behalf of our beloved SharPei. Thank you for loving & respecting our human-like Pei's. :)

Carpe Shar-pei's Reply: Thank you. It has been a pleasure dealing with you. We hope you have many years of happiness with our puppy.


Added: September 3, 2010
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Loved the hangaroo game but it kicked my * * *!!!!!

Thank you for the fun :!cool:

Carpe Shar-pei's Reply: MBL,
Hang-a-Roo is such a difficult game because it uses dog breeds as one of the puzzle types. You can improve your play by learning the dog breeds. From the menu select "Fun Stuff", "Interactive Games", "Learn the Breeds". Both the alphabetized and shuffled versions give you the opportunity to memorize the breeds. We hope you will continue to enjoy our Fun Stuff.
-Carpe Shar-Pei


Added: January 8, 2010
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I Checked out part of your website especially the poems and the humor and it was wonderful. Will check out the rest later.

Mike Landers

Carpe Shar-pei's Reply: Mike, Thank you for your feedback. If you have ideas to make this a better, more helpful website please feel free to contact us.


Added: January 3, 2010
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Comments:
Hiya guysa,

I dunt know vat to say about dis site. eet iz vonderful. i lav da vrinkles on da dogs. Dey remind me of my muther. Ve dunt have many dogs in Yugoslavia. Ve have goats. Goats have no vrinkles.

Best Vishes,
Olga Sharezaki :!cry:


Added: October 23, 2009
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I hate your site. It makes me sick. I have started a petition to have you thrown off the internet. I especially hate the hang-a-roo game. I've hated it for over a month and a half now. I will probably continue to hate it every chance I get. I also hate the puzzles, the mazes, the Ask Chi-Ching, the comics, the jokes, the quotes, the poetry, the training guides, the medical advice, the pictures of your dogs, the coloring pages and the haiku. Just a minute... Oh, I forgot my medicine this morning and just took it. I love your website now. :!clap:

Added: October 23, 2009
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I remember way back when computers were run on steam. We would have a bucket of coal and a jug of water near the computer to add to the boiler. Computers never hung up back then, instead the pressure would build up and eventually something had to give. Normally, the computer would plow through the tough computing task, but occasionally the pressure would build up till there was an explosion and hot bits and bytes would be scattered everywhere. We didn't mind the minor burns and such; it was just part of doing business with the computer. Ah, the good ole days. ;)

Carpe Shar-pei's Reply: Yes, I, too, remember those days. Back then, if there was a mouse, you would stomp it. You didn't press "Start" when you wanted to stop. You opened Windows to get fresh air. And the "Net" was used only on weekends to help get the fish into the boat. Life was so much simpler when everything was monochrome.


Added: October 22, 2009
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