If you were a dog what kind of dog would you be?
People often say that owners come to look like their dogs...or do they choose them because they're already alike? What kind would you be?
a loveable mutt, of course. Probly a lab collie, because I'm verry smart, and a poodled because I'm very loyal and protective :-)
HAHA! I'd like to be a weiny dog but i already know that im a Rottweiler ! of course any dog would do as long as i got a great dog lover owner , and not one of those freaky ones either !
And.. thats a huge yorkie on the photo , havent seen them that big in a long time .
A big dog.........a protective one, one that you would entrust the safety of your home, your vehicle, your yard, and even your child to.............Oh yes, I would have the muscle, the speed, the agility, the teeth to back up my belly groaning growl...........no senseless yapping or barking for me...........
My growl is your only and final warning. As a dog..........my bite would be far worse than my bark.
I would be a useful dog, not a show dog, not a pampered, carry me in your purse or pocket dog.
My owners would pay me attention, give me treats, teach me to behave in the family unit, and give me a comfortable bed.................no sleeping the backyard rain for me...........I am worth my keep!
If I were a dog, I would be fat and neurotic. What????? I am a failed Beagle Mom.
Probably a german rottie, as I seem to be bold and stubborn.
I would a short haired mutt. I would love to play fetch and would pee on people I don't like, unless you train me not to. During winter I would stay and the back door and shiver until you let me in.. If you leave the backyard gate open, then I will be exploring the neighbors flower garden. I would chase cars until they stop and then I would run away.
Probably I would be like my dog... a golden retriever...
If I were a dog, I would be a cocker spaniel. We had one when I was a kid and later had one when I got married. They are the cutest, friendliest, sweetest pets to have.
I grew as different small, med and large dogs in life, Most is labs. Right now has Chocolate labs Mocha and her daugther Jersey. If I were a dog I would be a lab dog.
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