Then find out your not after you get the stupid animal?! lol I love my boxer Pit mix but I hate her so much at the same time!!
i know exactly what you mean. about the time i first got delta, when she was born ( i helped her into the world) i was a dog person. she and i have a deep bond and ability to communicate with each other. but somewhere along the way i became a cat person. i still love delta very much, that will never change...but things i never minded before irritate me now. compared to cats, well, she just doesnt measure up...she isnt as intelligent, though she is intelligent, she is to big and when she plays it hurts. she cant help these things and i feel guilty for thinking them. so i make an effort to spend as much time with her as i do the cats. but i have made up my mind that when she dies i will not have any other dogs....that is if they will quit coming along needing rescued. (
Dogs are like humans. Some you will like. Others you can't stand.
I know where you're coming from. Love the dog; hate the hair, excessive salivating, hyperactivity.....and the house training. Man I hate the house training.
It may not be the breed but rather the particular animal that you disdain.
Each animal has a distinctive personality-just like people..
I love dogs and especially our own two, but they certainly aren't all reacted equal!!
We adopted a dog for a while, who drove us nuts! She would climb in the drier, attach the dishwasher and the fridge plus any cars she met, pee on the pillows etc.etc... she also had a weird habit of biting at rainwater as it fell from the sky.
She did have some endearing qualities (when she was sleeping lol) but in the end we had to admit that show could not fit into our pack for the long term.
I got a miniature pinscher, named her MoneyPenny. Absolutely beautiful dog, adorable personality, does everything "cute" that minpins are supposed to do.
The dog was so annoying I ended up giving her to my parents. They call her Doofy and love her so much that they got another for her to play with.
Now my cats, I love them to bits.
by Shil1978 8 years ago
Are you a cat person or a dog person and why?
by DaniellaWood 6 years ago
Are you a CAT person or a DOG person??I love all animals and adore little kitties when I see them, but there's just something I've always prefered about doggies. So I am therefore declaring myself as a "dog person"! Maybe it's because my family has always had dogs and no cats... So what...
by Blake Atkinson 7 years ago
I'm a dog person. My girlfriend is a cat person. Will you help us settle this?Please support me with evidence haha. I won't vote you down if you like cats though!
by Candie V 9 years ago
If you had to choose: Are you a 'cat person' or a 'dog person'?
by philip lee hewitson 6 years ago
Are you a cat person or a dog person?I have always had cats and dogs In my house from a young age and find it difficult to choose between them as they both have good quality's but what about you do you love dog's or cats the most?
by elisabethkcmo 9 years ago
Or both?? And why?
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