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Shiranui

We are talking about having the pets that we can play the freebie/tricks with them.

Winks surreptitiously to the audience...

Having them for lunch, more like. Shame on you!

 

I guess dogs are better ? at least they listen to you most of the time.

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Draconian Guppy

LOL I think/hope he was joking Sho...

 

Though asians do have a tooth for those things.


On topic, really am surprised dogs are still winning. Woot!

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anthdci

Well since I am highly allergic to cats and my social life revolves around doing agility with my dogs, this is a pretty simple question for me.

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Billus

Dogs for sure. Not talking about miniature dogs tho.I like cats but wouldn't want to own one.

 

I just feel as if I have a special connection with my dog. He's happy when he see's me and likes to say hello (also likes following me down the driveway to say goodbye), keeps by my side everywhere I go, listens to me, gives me hugs when I'm upset and so on. Just something about a dog that I don't think I'd get from a cat.

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LimeMaster

Cats dont need no lead

Neither do dogs if you train them right. :)

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Draconian Guppy

Neither do dogs if you train them right. :)

Yeah... My Akita dog is the alpha, he makes me believe i'm in charge, just so I let him out of the door, once teh door is open... Well, the chasing begins.

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Luc2k

Winks surreptitiously to the audienc...

Having them for lunch, more like. Shame on you!

 

I guess dogs are better ? at least they listen to you most of the time.

Get into the pot! Good boy!

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LimeMaster

Yeah... My Akita dog is the alpha, he makes me believe i'm in charge, just so I let him out of the door, once teh door is open... Well, the chasing begins.

Hey! We're suppose to be promoting dogs, not making them look bad. :laugh:

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Draconian Guppy

Hey! We're suppose to be promoting dogs, not making them look bad. :laugh:

:laugh:

 

You mean, like, how I say my dog is sooooooooo smart, he knows when i've over slept and wakes me up for work, yet the smart goes away, once I try to show him off in front of people and he starts his tail chasing (quite vigorously too  :rofl:  ).

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DConnell

Dogs for sure. Not talking about miniature dogs tho.I like cats but wouldn't want to own one.

 

I just feel as if I have a special connection with my dog. He's happy when he see's me and likes to say hello (also likes following me down the driveway to say goodbye), keeps by my side everywhere I go, listens to me, gives me hugs when I'm upset and so on. Just something about a dog that I don't think I'd get from a cat.

 

My cat does all of that. Greets me at the door - and even gets upset if I take extra time to cover my car. Keeps me company. Sleeps in my bed (often on my chest). Cheers me up when I'm down.

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Draconian Guppy

My cat does all of that. Greets me at the door - and even gets upset if I take extra time to cover my car. Keeps me company. Sleeps in my bed (often on my chest). Cheers me up when I'm down.

That's what you think, what really is going on:

 

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I used to be a cat man.....

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Malamute?

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He's Dead Jim

 

 

 

Malamute?

Yup :)

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Draconian Guppy

Yup :)

How does yours behave?

 

I bought one for my ex-gf, crazy SOB. would climb balconies and fences :wacko:  Like such until he got attention:

 

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He jumps and grabs! 

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LimeMaster

:laugh:

 

You mean, like, how I say my dog is sooooooooo smart, he knows when i've over slept and wakes me up for work, yet the smart goes away, once I try to show him off in front of people and he starts his tail chasing (quite vigorously too  :rofl:  ).

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TAZMINATOR

How does yours behave?

 

I bought one for my ex-gf, crazy SOB. would climb balconies and fences :wacko:  Like such until he got attention:

 

arturo_soria_11.jpg

 

He jumps and grabs! 

 

We had a dog like that when I was young...  the dog can eat/chew about everything..   what a mess the dog made... we came home from out for a ride to this mess he made.. we were like DAMN! 

 

We couldn't take it anymore and got rid of it to someone else.

 

We had yellow lab that she was smart and listen to what we say such as commands..

 

My brother, who lives in other side of town, has 3 Australian cattle dogs. Very smart and trainable dogs.

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He's Dead Jim

How does yours behave?

 

I bought one for my ex-gf, crazy SOB. would climb balconies and fences :wacko:  Like such until he got attention:

 

arturo_soria_11.jpg

 

He jumps and grabs! 

Yup he's eveyones pal, but he chases anything that moves(cats, deer, rabbits) if he takes off, the only way to get him back is to turn and run the opposite way :D

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Draconian Guppy

Yup he's eveyones pal, but he chases anything that moves(cats, deer, rabbits) if he takes off, the only way to get him back is to turn and run the opposite way :D

Haha, I used to do the same thing. Run away from him calling his name!  :laugh:

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That's what you think, what really is going on:

 

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LimeMaster

Current Results

Dogs: 58

Cats: 48

 

That means dogs are still in the lead.

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+RNDM_STRNGR

Current Results

Dogs: 58

Cats: 48

 

That means dogs are still in the lead:

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i feel really bad looking at this chained dog.   

any dog behavious expert will tell you that this dog is acting submissive!

and the "smile" is a way for it to show complete submissiveness!!!   

sometimes they do it to get "rewards" such is getting petted or rubbed.

but in this case, the effort put to make the smile and the chain, makes me think this dog is acting out of fear.

 

knowing this, i pretty much hate looking at the pictures of "smiling" dogs!

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LimeMaster

i feel really bad looking at this chained dog.   

any dog behavious expert will tell you that this dog is acting submissive!

and the "smile" is a way for it to show complete submissiveness!!!   

sometimes they do it to get "rewards" such is getting petted or rubbed.

but in this case, the effort put to make the smile and the chain, makes me think this dog is acting out of fear.

 

knowing this, i pretty much hate looking at the pictures of "smiling" dogs!

Got to be honest, I didn't notice the chain until you mentioned it. :(

 

To make up for my mistake, here's a picture of an actual happy dog:

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i feel really bad looking at this chained dog.   

any dog behavious expert will tell you that this dog is acting submissive!

and the "smile" is a way for it to show complete submissiveness!!!   

sometimes they do it to get "rewards" such is getting petted or rubbed.

but in this case, the effort put to make the smile and the chain, makes me think this dog is acting out of fear.

 

knowing this, i pretty much hate looking at the pictures of "smiling" dogs!

 

Take a look at the background... that dog could be at the warehouse or shop... that the dog owner took the dog to work since no one watch the dog...  that's the reason the owner put the dog on chain so the dog won't wander off. That they have garage doors open...

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