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i think we all choose pets (either cats or dogs) that is most closely approximated to our personality types.
what sort of pet would you want to have?
a friend of mine has a french bulldog: i was amazed how accurate her breed type was for her own personality:
The Frenchie cannot be owned and ignored. They are fairly willful, but can be trained if the owner is patient. They respond to patient, consistent training that DOES NOT include hitting or harsh jerking. They are clean, and companionable, enthusiastic and sometimes do not know when to quite, but they are not yappy and loud. This breed does best with older considerate children. Frenchies are easy going to show. This breed may drool and slobber; however a good percentage of them do not. This little dog is also a ruthless hunter of mice!
i personally love love love shih tzus. what sort of pet do you have/ want?
09-25-2008, 12:45 PM
I have a mutt, he's collie and German Shepard mix. He's anal and finicky just as I am. I picked him because he was one of the only dogs that had not pissed in their cage and he was mellow unlike the others
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09-25-2008, 04:09 PM
Mutts also, but ideally I would get a wolf cub. The cub would be free to migrate when it wants, and I would have the pleasure of remaining the alpha..
Or else an Wolfhound (Irish wolfhound)
09-25-2008, 08:11 PM
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Unlike many canids, foxes are usually not pack animals. Typically, they are solitary, opportunistic feeders that hunt live prey. Using a pouncing technique practiced from an early age, they are usually able to kill their prey quickly. Foxes are normally extremely wary of humans and are not kept as pets. There is a Tswana riddle that says that "Phokoje go tsela o dithetsenya" translated literally into Only the muddy fox lives meaning that only an active person who does not mind getting muddy gets to progress in life in philosophic sense that it is. Also, I like the Kitsune (To view links or images in this forum your post count must be 2 or greater. You currently have 0 posts.) myth surrounding the fox.
(I've included some mythical symbolism in the descriptions.)
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