Do you think pets are a reflection of their owners and sometimes look alike?
In the photo I'm not saying he looks like his dog but is there a resemblance? Do you think that some pets sometimes reflect the owners personality or for an example some of us (like me) who have on a few extra pounds have pets the same way (mine are), while others who are fit and trim keep theirs the same way? Photo is courtesy of Mainlinenews.com
having Shar-Peis as pets(? not sure who has who!) I I might agree - wrinkles when you are young - not so much when older!LOL
Your comment regarding weight is very true - people who tend to overeat, over feed their animals.
Sometimes, yes. Like if a male is a really giant mean person, so will his dog. My roommate proved that one for me. They both seemed nice. But then my roommate would get drunk and be an idiot. While the dog would kill the next door neighbor's puppies. Like the fact that I have a pet turtle and my dog was similar; quiet, reserved, curious, and adorable. Similar qualities, yes.
by Claire 2 years ago
Why do so many people want to own exotic pets instead of viewing them in their natural habitat?With so many species becoming extinct in the wild isn't it time to stop taking exotic out of it and keeping in cages and houses. Don't you think that they should be left as part of the ecosystem?
by instantlyfamily 6 years ago
What animal best describes YOU?
by sannyasinman 6 years ago
First your dog, then your kids, then you. Hello NWO!!http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article … z1sfZfDkgT
by Froglet 5 years ago
Why do people keep dogs who kill pets? Should the dog be put to sleep?Neighbours dog killed all their pets twice now whilst being left outside whilst owners out. Also 18 months ago, one came over our 1800mm fence and killed my young daughters pet bantams.
by Miss Info 6 years ago
Should pets have rights?Pets are NOT humans. US law enforces that pets are NOT responsible for their random and uncivilized behaviors at any time, but that the "owner" is fully responsible and liable for their pet. If, for example, your pet dog bit someone - for whatever reason, you (the...
by Rebecca Mikulin 8 years ago
I work with the dogs in my local shelter, and as anyone who has ever been in a shelter knows it can be very heartbreaking work. Perhaps worse than some, though, are the animals that had to be given up because their humans' landlord thought they were too big, the people moved and couldn't find a...
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