They are a great early warning systems and they give you just enough time to get your shotgun!
Real men don't need dogs for protection... they have guns, literal or physical!
well, there's just something about them that tells other ppl that they don't want bitten. some animals don't want 2 let go when they bite; such as wolves. they can b kept as pets IF they're raised right & registered. i knew some ppl who had domesticated wolves that were big babies. the 1 took 2 ppl right away, & was good w/ kids, but the other had 2 get 2 know u. i was able 2 prove myself trustworthy & i gained him as a 4-legged friend. wolves r very smart. they're in the dog family. they're really wild dogs. domesticate dogs r smart, so r wolves. in fact, it was explained 2 me that wolves r smartern a regular dog. i know little about them, but i also don't wanna get on their bad side, either. however, if some 1 has a pet wolf, never look them in the eye; it spells aggression in the animal kingdon. u also don't want 2 turn yer back on a wild animals either. normally u don't. however, this person raised the wolf from a pup, & we could both look him in the eye & turn our back toward him, & he wouldn't attack us. i didn't agree w/ how the wolf was abused, but he did turn out pretty well behaved. wolves, & even dogs have a wild nature. ALL dogs have that wild streak about them, regardless of breed. they know how 2 survive if needed. regardless of how domesticated they r, they'll always b dogs. dogs just have it in them 2 do what they do; even if they're trained 2 protect us. dogs can do what we cannot; they have a way of fighting viciously in ways humans normally can't/don't. a dog is a wonderful pet 2 have & if treated well, they'll enjoy our companionship & we enjoy theirs
by Irfan 7 years ago
What is the purpose of dogs in nature?in the west I see them as pets and really loved and looked after well... in the east there are many stray dogs seen on the roads ... they just sit in the shade and scrounge for food here and there ... I was wondering how they would survive if man did not take...
by L a d y f a c e 8 years ago
http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/n … 6682686.jpThis is just one example.. You know where your stolen stuff is, but don't expect the police to do anything about it. It seems that police nowadays are only concerned with things that generate revenue for the city, and don't bother with...
by shinujohn2008 14 months ago
I am planning to buy a dog which can guard a house very well. I need a powerful one, because now many thieves defeat dogs by putting sack over them and catching it and doing theft. So the dog should be able to guard the house and the same time be very loyal and lovable to me, which i can take for...
by Clive Williams 2 years ago
If dogs come from wolves. Why do wolves eat dogs?Wolves have been known to drag away dogs at night and feast on their meat. Why do wolves eat dogs?
by ScarletRyan1970 9 years ago
What can i do ? My Dog eats his own poo. Uhh Yuck ! Scarlet Ryan 1970
by Fit4Lyfe 8 years ago
What do you like better, cats, or dogs. and why?
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