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What's the best low-maintenance, indoor dog breed?

Updated on December 11, 2007

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      teeray 9 years ago from Canada

      These pics ROCK!

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      compu-smart 9 years ago from London UK

      The dog looks so wise and cute and the first pic;)

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      Krista 07 9 years ago from Europe

      Thankyou teeray!!!

      The first dog is called an American bully, i use to have one they are great dogs. They are very very loyal.But you cannot take them out to dog parks because they will become very pretective and will begin to fight the other dogs, lots a times they kill them. But if you don't take them any where just for walks and the backyard they will love you soo much. The second dog is an Australian Sheperd.I love those.

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      Whitney 9 years ago from Georgia

      An American bully is a selectively breed American Pit Bull Terrier. With proper training and socialization you CAN tank them to the park and around other people, dogs, and animals. My APBT, is an American Bully, and she gets along great with all animals and people.

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      Chris Miller 9 years ago

      cool..........

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      anthony 7 years ago

      different

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      Shelby 7 years ago

      I like shizu / bichon crosses. They are very popular in alberta, canada and i had 1 named Gizmo. He was awesome, smart, cute and pretty low maintnence besides the grooming. He was also fairly small and pretty easy to train.

      They need:

      1. weekly to daily brushing

      2. monthly bath

      3. not very many walks

      4. love

      5. food water

      ECT

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