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Don't you just love how they can communicate without speaking !
Looking foward to seeing a photo of your chows . . . ! (BTW, nothing wrong with 3, even though they love competing for your attention!)
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Posted 27 July 2010 - 03:40 AM
I have been thinking about get my little Silky Terrier (male) a pal.
Is it best to go with the same breed or mix and match?
Dylan is almost 10 years old now, so I was thinking about getting him a 6 year old little sister . . . what do you multi-dog experts think?
Posted 27 July 2010 - 05:40 AM
I don't think it matters what breed you choose, you just have to make sure their personalities match. Let the dogs meet each other on neutral territory. Not in your home (which is also your dogs' home) but somewhere outside so they will be on equal ground when they meet. You'll know very soon if they will get along, also if they don't. If you're going to adopt a dog from a shelter or the ASPCA or some other outfit like that, they may make you have a meeting with the dogs to make sure they will get along.
Best of luck to you no matter what you decide.
Posted 27 July 2010 - 05:09 PM
I'd love my little guy to choose one, but I'm not sure how he'll do that. He seems to like little Toy Poodles when we're out and about.
We've been looking online at Doggie Rescue and sites like that . . . I thought you just had to choose one from their pictures and then go and meet them.
But I don't want fall in love with a picture and description of a dog and then find out that my little furry man doesn't want a bar of her !
And I don't really want to go to the RSPCA to choose a dog from death row because they'll all end up coming home with me !
Hmmm . . . what to do, what to do . . .
Posted 27 July 2010 - 07:31 PM
BEST TO YOU!!! Let us know what you get.
Posted 28 July 2010 - 07:40 AM
If I can recommend one breed dog it would be a Pekingese. They are small, lovable, playful, not much on barking or jumping. There are the occasional rebels that believe it or not can climb anything. But most are more interested in being your number one love. My little pekingese Brittney is that way. They are also unbelievably cute for their bedtime rountine. Sometimes she roots around, then makes little noises like she is trying to talk then finally settles down, goes to sleep and ends up sprawled out on her back, legs splayed open! It is a hoot! She loves to play with her toys and when I am busy she tosses and throws her toys around, happy to just play. Pekes always like feet too. If you have your feet down and she is sleepy she wants to be right beside your feet.
Here is a picture of her on our golf cart, smiling because we are camping! Jenn
Posted 29 July 2010 - 07:49 PM
beloved Dobermans about three years ago... they were brother and sister from the same litter and they both died within three months of each other... it was
Bulldogs are the absolute best dogs ever! Mine are like shadows.... my make follows me everywhere... all the time... they are so loving and loyal and not a mean
bone in their body... they love all other animals and fancy children!
They do not do well in the heat and they do require lots of vetinary care... my female just had about 30 stones removed from her bladder about a month ago and we are waiting to schedule another surgery for her knee that keeps slipping out of place... my male only had one surgery
I adore them to death... they light up my heart and they make us smile every minute of the day....
Jenn... I love your Pekingese... darling!
These are my lovelies after a romp in the mud!
Next year I want to add a French Bulldog to our family
"Dogs are children in fur coats"
Posted 02 August 2010 - 09:29 PM
My little furry boy loves to find mud too . . . especially after a bath . . . little brat!
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