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It is a tie for me, my pug Ollie is the most laid back, sweet and kind guy ever and his Maltese brother Sneeky Pete is, well, sneaky Smiley Wink

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I love lots of breeds. I guess my favorite eould be Labradors  cuz I  grew up with them. They are great with kids & have a nice temperament.  My most favorite pet though would be my last dog "Precious" a 5# Yorkie. She was a very loyal friend and went with me everywhere! I miss her still

 

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I love Great Danes.  Wonderful dispositions, funny, very loyal and protective, and just fun to be around.  Regrettably, their life spans are relatively short, but they pack a lot of life into their time on Earth.

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Really? You think it would be better for domesticated cats and dogs to have to fend for themselves on the streets?

 

 


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I don't believe in pets; I think real respect to animals is to leave them in the wild. I do think police, farmers, and the blind need the help of a dog, but to neuter an animal or keep it in your four walls is as bad as a trophy dead animal up on the wall you shot. I will even accept this (having a pet)if it prevents loneliness, so I am aware people get attached to their pet and would miss the animal, but then no more. I also understand most pet owners are good to the animal thank God, but my sense of freedom for peoples extends to animals. Your need does not take priority over the animal's need for freedom to be what it is. I understand our eating of animals and I don't have a clear view on vegetarianism---but trophies and pets I think will look strange to people off in the future looking back at us. It bothers me that there are pets in homes and homeless people on the street...not a perfect world is it?

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Rough-coated collies. 

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Rat terrier.

i had two and found they are  faithful and lovable and very protective of the owner .

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Chinese Crested.  They are intelligent, beautiful, sweet, loyal--everything I could possibly ask for in a dog.  

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We have a mini pin as well.  He is our favorite dog of all of them.  He is smart, loyal, friendly and has OCD which makes him hilarious.

 

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Black Russian Terriers.

Beautiful, loyal, smart, protective, funny and big!  Love um!

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