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    suggestions on a new dog!

    i dont know crap about small dogs. can any of u bros suggest an inside dog that is pretty small. small dog = small $hit

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    check out www.dogbreedinfo.com they have all kinds of dogs on there.

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    anything but a Chiuwawha, my girlfriend has one and all they do is bark and wine. It'll drive you nuts. I always liked Jack Russels. They are well behaived and smart

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    I loved my old boston terrier. Great dog if you want a small loving animal.

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    Get a Westie, West Highland Scottish Terrior. I have one and she is such a cute dog. Great nature and very placid. http://www.nextdaypets.com/directory/breeds/1100273/

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    theres a few robo dogs availible



    http://www.virtualpet.com/vp/farm/farmprd.htm

    more money for supps

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    Get a Chimese Pug. They are so ugly that they are cute.

    Or a Bulldog cause they are cool to walk around with. As long as you don't mind slobber.

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    Miniature schnauzers arent too bad either, they are really smart dogs.

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    minature pinchers are cool

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    I love my english bulldog, but its hardly a "lapdog". Sweetest thing ever though.

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    bichon are decent. a little bit of a chic dogg though, or maybe a yorkie? more like a dorkie imo....

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    No offense to anyone with small dogs, but getting a small dog is like doing an anavar cycle. Get a rottie or a bulldog or a mastiff. Yeah the poops are bigger, but bigger dogs are just a lot more fun to play with and they make great companions. And who's gonna rob your house if you have a 200 lb mastiff in the front yard.

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    Get a Rottie!! I got one, and Im always right!!! j/k

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdtr
    I love my english bulldog, but its hardly a "lapdog". Sweetest thing ever though.
    mine is awsome too but the **** dog has the worst gas ever he can clear a room in a heartbeat

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    I hated small dogs. I thought it was stupid to own one. I have always had large dogs...Dobies being my favortie. One month after getting married, my wife brought home a miniature daschund. I hated them worse than anything.
    Fastforward.....
    She is my dog now. She sleeps in bed with me...her head on my leg. She goes everywhere with me. I even take her to track deer that I have killed...she is unreal at it. I recently took her to a field where we had a dove shoot, and let her run around searching for downed birds that we did not find...she was amazing!!!! She found quite a few of them and would hold point on them until I got there, or I could tell her to bring it to me and she would.

    These dogs are difficult at first, but if you bond with it...you will never see another dog that loves you as much.

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    Cockers and Schauzers are smart dogs.

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    I've got a Rott

    and a small mongrel

    Rotts are cool but jealous dogs (you can't pet other dogs or show too much attention to other pets)

    Nothing beats a miniature Maraxus tho

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    I've got the smartest and most well behaved cocker in the world. But I also have a pair of siberian huskies. I would never want to be without my huskies again. They are crazy as f*ck but are loyal to no end...protective...and have some serious attitude. I love it, even though they are hard as hell to train. Good luck in your hunt bro...

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    get a bulldog mixed with a schitszu (sp?)

    ul then have ur own BULLSH!T!!

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    [QUOTE=Narkisso
    Nothing beats a miniature Maraxus tho[/QUOTE]

    He ****s all over the place though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by redmeat
    No offense to anyone with small dogs, but getting a small dog is like doing an anavar cycle. Get a rottie or a bulldog or a mastiff. Yeah the poops are bigger, but bigger dogs are just a lot more fun to play with and they make great companions. And who's gonna rob your house if you have a 200 lb mastiff in the front yard.
    thanks for all the input bros! i do have a pit bull that patrols my backyard but its my wife that wants a small inside dog.

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    get a real dog, a big dog! gawd I hate these small and nervous dogs...here I suggest a rare race from Spain! presa canario! they r huge mofo`s up to 170 pounds


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    has anyone seen or heard anything on the wolf hybred? now that dog looks like a bad mofo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdtr
    I love my english bulldog, but its hardly a "lapdog". Sweetest thing ever though.
    F*ckin rights!, I have one too. Its the coolest thing to have around.

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    jack russell terriers are pretty cool, smart

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    Smile Small Dog

    Hi Everyone

    Here is a web site that will give you some pretty sound advice.


    http://www.healthyhappydogs.com/

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    Smile

    Here is a web site that offers some help and pictures.
    Visit


    http://www.dog-health-care-information.com/

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    Getting a new dog is a great joy for anyone. They bring to the family unconditional love and a zest for life.I found this link very helpful:

    http://healthierdogs.com/

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