What K9 is the king of companionship?

Discussion in 'The Dog Breeds' started by Amstaffer, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. Bernardlover

    Bernardlover New Member

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    For me....My Saint is my dog match lol!

    He needs very little excersise...he is always ready to take a nap(you say, lets have a nap...and he runs and gets on my bed haha) He's very smart and he loves to cuddle...right on my lap. It's just me and him all day everyday so we are very close....I wouldn't trade him for the world..and I cant wait to have kids so they can love him too :)
     
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    ^^^ sounds like a Golden incognito !!!!
     
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    Bahamutt99 Dafuq?

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    This is why I honestly don't balk at the idea of people creating new breeds. Designer mutts I have a problem with, but if somebody earnestly wants to create their own breed and is prepared to spend their lifetime doing it, good for them. I think its great that there are so many breeds out there. Diversity is what makes the dog world great. :D
     
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    I'm just speaking on my experience..but my pit bull is attached to my hip..I've never personally met a more affectionate and attached dog up to date.
    She's my teddy bear LOL
     
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    ToscasMom Harumph™©®

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    I don't know the answer but I sure am pleased with my Collie. She's perfect for me.
     
  6. CrazyDawgy

    CrazyDawgy Owner of 2 Dawgys

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    I think it depends on the dog itself. FOr example, certain cocker spaniels will be friendly some will not. Mine is very friendly though. But yeah, it's all in the individual dog. ANY breed will have some nice dogs and some not so nice dogs.
     

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