CURLEY.FX4 wrote:I completely agree, breed is most definitely a factor. Lap dogs need not apply. My dog is the outdoors-mans dog for sure being he is a loyal hunting companion and assertive in a protective sense. But I guess the discussion lies in the people with the average backyard dog, is it worth bringing "that" dog along for the long haul?
docdredd wrote:those pandas need to harden the fuck up
USMCSergeant wrote:Looks like I need to start training my husky more than just shake and sit.. LOL. The stubborn-ness is amazing though, it may be that he's a little over a year old and still has those puppy qualities. When we run together he has learned not to pull. His instincts are to pull, and so getting him to run beside me was quite a task.
I forgot to mention that in November of last year I watched him come very close to catching a small doe. Our property is underground fenced, and luckily for the doe she ran in the direction of the closest line. He was right on her ass when she went over and he stopped before receiving a correction. What he would have done if he caught it? No idea, but I have a huge freezer ready in case he ever snags one. LOL
Wouldn't it be great if all wars could be fought just by the assholes who started them?
ForgeCorvus wrote:If your dog isn't part of your plan then you shouldn't have a dog.
Xx_Black-out wrote:ForgeCorvus wrote:If your dog isn't part of your plan then you shouldn't have a dog.
This. But as it's been said, you must consider the amount of food a dog can eat!
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