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Brodie
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25/05/2019 8:42 am  

Anyone own a dog here or have a favourite breed? Never had one before so I'm considering it. Can share some useful tips and stories about dogs if you have any. Feel free to share a pic of your dog as well, of course!


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Aussie
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25/05/2019 10:36 am  

All I know is a dog will show you unconditional love and loyalty the likes of which a woman could never achieve.

 


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Zasta
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25/05/2019 11:20 am  

My personal favorites are labs, kbds, and Irish wolf hounds. Do remember that dogs need attention or like a child the will thrown a tantrum.  Just as Aussie said the will love you no matter what. There is a reason why thier mans mans best friend. 

"Never root through the trash once the garbage has been dragged to the curb. You get messy, your neighbors see you do it, and what you thought was worth digging for is never as valuable as you thought it was."- Rollo Tomassi


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Wally
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25/05/2019 11:39 am  

Have had mutts, dingos, basset hound,  and dachshunds.  Dogs are simple, teach it, feed it well, exercise it, give it love and you will have a loyal companion. 


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Old Buck
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25/05/2019 12:31 pm  

I had a black lab growing up.  They have a great demeanor.  I also love German shepherds, even though they have hereditary health issues.

These little guys, not so much...

They look like the offspring of a feminist cat and a SHIT-zoo.

The Cutest Smallest Tiniest Mini Teacup Toy Dog Breed! STOP!

Do NOT chase tail. Turn yours around and live FREE!


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Untamed
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25/05/2019 4:31 pm  

This my dog:

 

His name's Bill. He doesn't talk but he's just as funny. He only barks when a woeman crosses his path or he sees another dog like him on tv ( I watch MIB to see how he reacts, lol ) He has his own way of calling me: "Wrarh!" Just one disgusted bark. "Wrarh wrarh!!" means 'beat it!' and "WrrrWHARH!!" means 'that's it, you're gon git it!'

If I want him to get playful I show him he has a tail, he'll be chasing that tail until I feed him, lol... He loves to eat and would not stop until he explodes so I feed him only once a day, that breed can get overweight easily. I jog with him in the mornings, he needs that.

One piece of advice I can give you is to not buy dog food, they don't need it. My dog eats what I eat and I give treats like bacon or crackers.

If he's hiding all I have to say is: "Crackers??" He can't resist, lol

 

Don't let them blame, shame or tame you!


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Hector
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26/05/2019 8:52 am  

German Shepherd. You can train them to do just about anything you want.


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Umbra Ascensor
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26/05/2019 3:34 pm  
Posted by: Brodie

Anyone own a dog here or have a favourite breed? Never had one before so I'm considering it. Can share some useful tips and stories about dogs if you have any. Feel free to share a pic of your dog as well, of course!

I have a dog, and she is a mutt. That being said, we know she is a herding mix, looks like a Blue Heeler and possibly a Mini Australian shepherd mix. She was a stray that showed up at our house one year about 9 years ago now. We have had many rough times with her. She is smart and protective as well as afraid of many things. Top tips are at least teach your dog the basic commands such as sit, stay, spot, and down. Another good one is teaching your dog to heel, walk by your side so the dog doesn't pull on your while your walking. Be sure to stay firm and don't let your dog decide if he/she doesn't want to do something that he/she doesn't have to. If you need to cut your dog's nails, do it, don't be timid about it. Be sure to use treats as a reward, but more importantly reward your dog through petting him/her, saying good boy/girl, using positive vocal tones and emotions. Don't get your dog dependent on treats to do what you need but use them to encourage the behavior you want. I use treats here and there especially when training but for practicing and randomly calling out commands, I pet her and tell her that she is a good girl. Be firm and gentle when needed.


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GregBO
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29/05/2019 12:03 am  

Have had several shephard/collie types over the years, but you have to ensure that you have time for them.  A neglected dog will become trouble fast and you don't want to put the animal through that.  If you do have the time to spend with them, you will never find yourself being bored or wanting for constant companionship.

My favoirte dog was a Border Collie/ Cocker mix that had 15 acres of land to roam on and lots of human companionship.  We had good times together.

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

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Umbra Ascensor
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29/05/2019 3:01 am  
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Have had several shephard/collie types over the years, but you have to ensure that you have time for them.  A neglected dog will become trouble fast and you don't want to put the animal through that.  If you do have the time to spend with them, you will never find yourself being bored or wanting for constant companionship.

My favoirte dog was a Border Collie/ Cocker mix that had 15 acres of land to roam on and lots of human companionship.  We had good times together.

I can agree. If you ignore them, they become troublesome since they get bored and lonely.


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Travis3000
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29/05/2019 3:09 am  
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Posted by: GregBO

Have had several shephard/collie types over the years, but you have to ensure that you have time for them.  A neglected dog will become trouble fast and you don't want to put the animal through that.  If you do have the time to spend with them, you will never find yourself being bored or wanting for constant companionship.

My favoirte dog was a Border Collie/ Cocker mix that had 15 acres of land to roam on and lots of human companionship.  We had good times together.

I can agree. If you ignore them, they become troublesome since they get bored and lonely.

Humans are the same way.  Both dogs and humans need love and healthy interaction with others.


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