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Danger Dog
Sep 19, 2011

by Hand Knit


Click Beelay posted:

That's cool man small dogs (feel bad calling corgis small coz they're not rats in the slightest I just mean on like a dog scale) need more discipline imo

They're a herding breed and easily trainable. I don't have anything against disciplining a dog with a smack, but most are completely cowed just by their master getting angry with them. If your dog only responds to Stone Cold Steve Austin justice, it needs better training and you need to chill out. e: welp



Pictured: a guilty dogge.

Danger Dog fucked around with this message at 02:40 on Jul 14, 2013

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Danger Dog
Sep 19, 2011

by Hand Knit



:downs:

Danger Dog
Sep 19, 2011

by Hand Knit



I was 6 years old or so when my dog brought home an intact deer leg. Being 6, it took me a minute to figure out what it was, but I distinctly remember feeling immense pride in her when I did.

In hindsight, it's obvious that the deer must have already been dead.

Danger Dog
Sep 19, 2011

by Hand Knit


I'm going through some old photos while I recover from surgery and found this.



-- my favorite dog, a fierce, smart, and loyal Australian shepherd, who died a couple years ago of old age. Here she is looking guilty :3:. I haven't been able to bring myself to get another one yet.

Danger Dog
Sep 19, 2011

by Hand Knit


Fister Roboto posted:

Puppies are cute, but big old dogs are vastly more fun and huggable.

A big dog can help keep your bed warm in the winter. A puppy will just pee in it.

This is true, and why I intend to adopt dog(s) that are at least 6 months old.

Danger Dog
Sep 19, 2011

by Hand Knit


Godholio posted:

At six months it's still a baby, just (depending on breed) bigger. Logan acts the same as he did four months ago, but now he can jump on almost any surface in the house, runs faster, and though he's a little less clumsy, whatever he runs into is going to be loud and probably fall over.

Well sure, they're going to act like puppies at 6 months, but they're trainable.

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Danger Dog
Sep 19, 2011

by Hand Knit



aaaaaaah holy poo poo

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