Italian spinone


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Italian spinone

(spɪˈnəʊnɪ)
n, pl -ni (-niː)
(Breeds) a strongly-built gun dog with a wiry white coat and pendulous ears
[C20: Italian]
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Anne Vines (58) laced up her walking boots and wrapped up warm as she embarked on an epic three-hour trek with dog Ludo - a nine-year-old Italian Spinone - on Friday morning.
My old Italian Spinone has started to lick and chew her feet and knees.
Ken Lumley from Whitby, who used to stand in the Holgate End with Ali, had even brought his dog - an Italian spinone called Rosie.
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Barbara Abbishaw, 55, and her two-and-a-half-year-old Italian spinone, Louise, beat more than 25,000 rivals to claim the prestigious Best of Breed award in front of thousands of people packed into Birmingham's NEC.
We thank everyone for attending - particularly the youngsters - and all judges and organisers," she said (AC140608Ashow-1); READ ALL ABOUT IT: Events team members Helen Roberts (left) and Natasha Maskery on the Examiner stand at the show (AC140608Ashow-34); TOP DOG: An Italian Spinone on show before the discerning Honley judges (AC140608Ashow-1); TAILPIECE: Honley Show.
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