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soooo im looking into getting a dog. i wanna indoor dog that doesnt shed a lot. a lap dog preferably, or just not too big.

 

any dog experts out cha that can help a creampuff out?

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If thats what youre looking for in a dog, just get a cat.

 

No such thing as an 'indoor dog.' What the fuck is wrong with you?

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yea sounds like you are already taking the wrong approach to it.

lazy owner not wanting much out of pet=cat

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lap dog, doesnt shed much, and lives indoors cuz it cant fit through the front door.

 

 

 

no but seriously- unless you want to end up with some paris hilton accessory dog, you dont sound ready at all. indoor? no barking? lap dog?

maybe you want a stuffed animal.

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soooo im looking into getting a dog. i wanna indoor dog that doesnt shed a lot. a lap dog preferably, or just not too big.

 

any dog experts out cha that can help a creampuff out?

 

 

Sounds like you really want a cat.

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These are surprisingly good guard dogs and will attack much larger dogs with zero fear. Very loyal to their owners if you raise them properly. They don't look tough but:

 

"They are statistically more aggressive to both strangers and other dogs than the rottweiler."

"Their temperament and body language give the impression that they do not know or care about their relatively small size. Like many small hunting dogs, they will challenge a larger dog."

"A 2008 University of Pennsylvania study of 6,000 dog owners who were interviewed indicated that dogs of smaller breeds were more likely to be "genetically predisposed towards aggressive behaviour". Dachshunds were rated the most aggressive, with 20% having bitten strangers, as well as high rates of attacks on other dogs and their owners."

"Though the breed is famous for its use in exterminating badgers and badger-baiting, dachshunds were also commonly used for rabbit and fox hunting, for locating wounded deer, and in packs were known to hunt game as large as wild boar and as fierce as the wolverine."

 

Just be careful with the breeds back.

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Best lapdogs ever!!

 

And they really don't shed that much, its the farts you gotta worry about

 

 

cool dog. we used to have a dog like that in south africa, but it killed a zebra so we had to drown it.

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^Wtf. You drowned your dog because it killed a zebra? You should have rewarded it and feasted on zebra.

 

you did it wrong

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^Wtf. You drowned your dog because it killed a zebra? You should have rewarded it and feasted on zebra.

 

you did it wrong

 

 

it's the law of the land out there. we still ate the zebra though, and kept the hide, of course, which now forms part of my zebrasuit.

 

RIP Shaka, you were too hyper for this world.

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A dog that weighs under 20lbs is not a dog, it's a rat. (But that goes without saying, I would get me one of them fancy French Bulldogs and name him Pierre or Napoleon.)

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