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Dogs, Domestic and Wild

Updated on February 15, 2011

Dogs domestic and wild

Dogs domestic and wild

There no such thing as a lone wolf, for without the pack a lone wolf will die. Many humans feel they can not survive without their tribe, also. Wild dogs such as coyotes, dingos, wolves and foxes occupied the second largest land territories second to human beings, on earth. Only chickens are more populated in numbers and areas yet because of low lntelligent or lack of capabilities, you turn up at wrong side of the dinner table.Dogs are closest in contact of human like emontions. I prefer to be like the wild free wolf rather than a domestic dog, yet entertain a balance of both worlds. Rather than being too many demestics dogs who can end being too fat, chained up and owned.

ALL dogs love, and are faithful if treated with love and kindness. Rottweiler’s and Pit Bulls can be aloving breed and be great dogs around my kids. Golden Retriever are my favorites. Some of the most loyal, and funny dogs is the, Staffordshire and they listen and for most part not violent. Another fun dog is known as the Dachshund or the Hotdog. The Cavalier is another small dog that's excellent around kids and well-mannered. One other breed, are usually gentle and patient Beagles are very tolerant with children. Then comes a Collie or known as the most famousTV.Lassie

I live in Belize much of the time. Once a child jump the fence to get his ball, then pit Bull killed him. In court the pit bull and owner got off with judge throwing out the charges because the dog was just doing his job protecting the backyard.

Some places in the world are breed for dog fighting; it’s illegal, just ignored by the authorities.Pit bulls were bred from the most vicious dogs making them natural killers, not as good as a pet for the Kids unless well trained. Often breeded guard dogs in the third world become most likely to be abandoned and danger just waking or biking on the streets. So many dogs are owned by the wrong people and some are not right to be with the general public.

Dogs are the source of 99% of human rabies deaths, estimated 55000 human deaths annually worldwide, about 3.5 million dog bites India is rated highest for rabies.

Then we have the protective dogs the Pit-bull account for more dog-related injury and human deaths. They will hold their jaws onto the prey until it’s dead. Rottweiler they are guards at heart. German Shepherds known to be fearless and confident dogs. Huskies on the wild side. Doberman Pinschers, he typical pet Doberman attacks only if it believes that it, its property, or its family are in danger. Boxer is of the greatest importance and demands the most solicitous attention. The Dalmatian need to be handled and socialized from a young age to prevent timidity, which if not addressed properly may result in aggression out of fear.


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    • Castlepaloma profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Toronto, Canada


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      frisör i göteborg 

      7 years ago

      Like to read your blog even though I think it was more personal before. Have a nice thursday!

    • Castlepaloma profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      It's takes a big commitment or it’s like a member of a family to own any dog. A cat can allow a bit more freedom in other areas of your life, same with my ferret. I love the unconditional love these animal give most.

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      7 years ago from Utah

      I too mainly owned pit bulls. My son grew up with one and she was an angel until the end. While away at work she got loose and nearly killed a neighbors dog for no reason. She was never trained to fight only treated as a house pet. My love affair with the breed stopped several years ago. I couldn't stand the thought of endangering a child or elder because of an animal in my care. I'm now a cat parent. Loved this hub, voted up, marked useful.

    • Castlepaloma profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Mrs. J. B.

      Wow! 4 pit-bulls, what leader of the pack, you must be.

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      Mrs. J. B. 

      7 years ago from Southern California

      My 4 pitbulls are goofy, lovable and big babies. I love all animals and am a huge activist against cruelty and abuse. Your article was very interesting by the way.

    • Castlepaloma profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Vancouver has more dogs per capita than any place I've been. I look at the dog on the street, then I look at the owner, I hug a dog about every two days.

      The greatest concern is protective dog owner’s, who lack the knowledge about their dogs, and the dangers also.

    • pennyofheaven profile image


      7 years ago from New Zealand

      I think dogs like humans need love. Not to be trained for the amusement of people who like to see violence in whatever form. I love dogs.


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