What dog variety u have?
July 12, 2010 9:01pm CST
I love dogs as pets. Probably the most loyal pet i have ever seen. I have two dogs in my home. One is a labrador and another a sweet little pug. My mom loves that pug a lot. It makes funny noises in the home and both are very good friends. The laby takes care of securing the home and pug entertains him. The pug is named tiger and labrador is named Titu. Those are funny names but easy to call them. They are very good. They dont pee all the places. They go out only. They sleep in kennel only. I love them a lot. Share ur thoughts on ur pet.
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17 Jul 10
Hi.. I'm another great dog lover here. I.ve 4 breeds at home. They are Rottweiler, german shepherd, Labrador and Irish setter. Just today i gave german shepherd to my friend circle due to the reason german shepherd is great enemy for Rottweiler and Irish setter. Everyone knows that german shepherd is a great watch dog. But this fact turned as a problem for me. For each and every noise, she hears, she'll shout for long time in high pitch sound. When the same continued in night time as well, it became a disturbance for my neighbours. Few peoples gave me idea to put a mouth guard for my shepherd. But i ignored that idea. I felt bad in doing that. Now she is my friends home and sure she'll be thinking about me with worries. Rottweiler is my all time favourite breed. She wont allow anyone to touch and speak. If anyone touches me on my shoulder, she'll give a terror look and quick roar which make anyone to escape from my room. If my lab tries to play with me, my rott rush to me quickly if she saw and she'll push lab down to the ground with her huge heavy body. She had bite irish setter last week when it tried to play by biting my hands. My rottweiler i always possessive on me and very much protective of its owner, which is its natural character. I love my Rott.. The one man dog. My other favourite breed is doberman which i never owned it.
13 Jul 10
I love dogs to and the breed we have at home is a German shepherd. My dad bought it on purpose cause its suppose to be a watch dog since there are a lot of burglars in our neighborhood. Burglars are afraid of the dog cause its really huge so they dont have the guts to come near our house anymore.
• United States
15 Jul 10
I'm a puppy raiser for Guide Dogs for the Blind and I have a black labrador named, Delaware. He's 77 lbs of love and is 14 months. I should be going into formal training in the next month or so and I'm getting a bit anxious thinking about the day when we have to go our separate ways. He's super well trained and is one of the most polite and well behaved dogs I have ever had the pleasure to have, or even meet. Love him!
13 Jul 10
Hi xorticanz, I liked when you said Tiger entertains Titu when he takes care of securing the home. lol I think it is a pleasure to watch them. I have only one dog, because I think I can't take care of more than one dog. We also live in an small apartment, and there is no space for more than one dog. My dog is an airedale terrier, and even if she is only seven months (tomorrow is her aniversary!) she allready shows the airedale temperament. She is curious and full of stamina, she is friendly and she loves to play all the time. She also loves food and I see this as an advantage for me: I taught her a lot of tricks using food. I can't tell I love her, I'm crazy about her!
• United States
15 Jul 10
We have three dogs, Esther, Martha and Twix. We raised Martha and Esther from puppies (they are 7 and 9 now, respectively) and we adopted Twix from our daughter-in-law two years ago. Martha is a chow mix and Esther is a Chihuahua mix, but we're not sure what they're mixed with! Twix is a Sheltie/Beagle cross, four years old. They are all sweet and affectionate dogs who bark too much! I guess all the barking discourages intruders, though.