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#17 - I usually like short faced dogs, but there is something about …  [+] (1 new reply) 10/23/2014 on shame on you 0
#19 - kikisu (10/23/2014) [-]
My coonhound. See how tiny she is? Its amazing.
#15 - I thought about asking you why you would lie on the internet, …  [+] (3 new replies) 10/23/2014 on shame on you +1
User avatar #16 - kikisu (10/23/2014) [-]
Yeah most dogs will act like that for a while, especially as a puppy. Mine are a saint bernard and a bluetick coonhound, although they're both incredibly small for their breed. The St. is only the size of a husky, and the coonhound is half the size of others of her breed. My boyfriend's family picked them because they were the runts, and well they stayed runty.
User avatar #17 - alexxander (10/23/2014) [-]
I usually like short faced dogs, but there is something about the eyes of those long, thin faces (like on the bluetick coonhound) that I find enchanting, especially when they look up at you. We posed as a temporary home for a dalmatine for a little while since her owners wanted to put her down. She was well behaved, but a little boring (she didn't even know how to play fetch or tug of war). She was still nice company though, and she loved being pet for extended periods of time. She went to a very nice home, at a farm.

I would actually like a huge dog, but I'm not sure it would be practically possible with our current living situation, as well as some other issues. This conversation is getting ridiculously long considering how it started off, isn't it?
#19 - kikisu (10/23/2014) [-]
My coonhound. See how tiny she is? Its amazing.
#13 - Sounds great, but my argument still stands. While they may not…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/23/2014 on shame on you +1
User avatar #14 - kikisu (10/23/2014) [-]
They're 5 and 6 years old, and not technically "my" dogs. I live with my boyfriend and his family, so its not really my place to change their eating behavior, even if I wanted.
User avatar #15 - alexxander (10/23/2014) [-]
I thought about asking you why you would lie on the internet, but then it hit me that I also sometimes lie to make things simpler.

I have a chow chow puppy. He's not very well behaved. My mother, with whom I live, gives him food by the table sometimes. Maybe it's her I need to train? He also attacks my feet when we're outside, mostly when he has excess energy because of bad weather. He's only approaching 4 months old, though.
User avatar #16 - kikisu (10/23/2014) [-]
Yeah most dogs will act like that for a while, especially as a puppy. Mine are a saint bernard and a bluetick coonhound, although they're both incredibly small for their breed. The St. is only the size of a husky, and the coonhound is half the size of others of her breed. My boyfriend's family picked them because they were the runts, and well they stayed runty.
User avatar #17 - alexxander (10/23/2014) [-]
I usually like short faced dogs, but there is something about the eyes of those long, thin faces (like on the bluetick coonhound) that I find enchanting, especially when they look up at you. We posed as a temporary home for a dalmatine for a little while since her owners wanted to put her down. She was well behaved, but a little boring (she didn't even know how to play fetch or tug of war). She was still nice company though, and she loved being pet for extended periods of time. She went to a very nice home, at a farm.

I would actually like a huge dog, but I'm not sure it would be practically possible with our current living situation, as well as some other issues. This conversation is getting ridiculously long considering how it started off, isn't it?
#19 - kikisu (10/23/2014) [-]
My coonhound. See how tiny she is? Its amazing.
#10 - It's better to feed them in portions and make them perform sma…  [+] (7 new replies) 10/23/2014 on shame on you +1
User avatar #11 - kikisu (10/23/2014) [-]
My dogs are actually extremely well behaved. They will turn away from you and not watch you eating. And if they do look all it takes is saying "turn around" for them to realize that you mean it. They're very good, obedient dogs that don't have really any behavior problems. They don't come into the kitchen either.
User avatar #13 - alexxander (10/23/2014) [-]
Sounds great, but my argument still stands. While they may not be in dire need of it, maintaining a more strict feeding procedure would help further reinforce their good behaviour. You can do as you want with your dogs though
User avatar #14 - kikisu (10/23/2014) [-]
They're 5 and 6 years old, and not technically "my" dogs. I live with my boyfriend and his family, so its not really my place to change their eating behavior, even if I wanted.
User avatar #15 - alexxander (10/23/2014) [-]
I thought about asking you why you would lie on the internet, but then it hit me that I also sometimes lie to make things simpler.

I have a chow chow puppy. He's not very well behaved. My mother, with whom I live, gives him food by the table sometimes. Maybe it's her I need to train? He also attacks my feet when we're outside, mostly when he has excess energy because of bad weather. He's only approaching 4 months old, though.
User avatar #16 - kikisu (10/23/2014) [-]
Yeah most dogs will act like that for a while, especially as a puppy. Mine are a saint bernard and a bluetick coonhound, although they're both incredibly small for their breed. The St. is only the size of a husky, and the coonhound is half the size of others of her breed. My boyfriend's family picked them because they were the runts, and well they stayed runty.
User avatar #17 - alexxander (10/23/2014) [-]
I usually like short faced dogs, but there is something about the eyes of those long, thin faces (like on the bluetick coonhound) that I find enchanting, especially when they look up at you. We posed as a temporary home for a dalmatine for a little while since her owners wanted to put her down. She was well behaved, but a little boring (she didn't even know how to play fetch or tug of war). She was still nice company though, and she loved being pet for extended periods of time. She went to a very nice home, at a farm.

I would actually like a huge dog, but I'm not sure it would be practically possible with our current living situation, as well as some other issues. This conversation is getting ridiculously long considering how it started off, isn't it?
#19 - kikisu (10/23/2014) [-]
My coonhound. See how tiny she is? Its amazing.
#63 - People on Funnyjunk take racism delightfully lightly  [+] (2 new replies) 10/23/2014 on confession 0
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It the truth though
#54 - I want a best friend.. and a nice house.. and boobs 10/23/2014 on true 0
#6 - Never before have I seen such an ugly avatar  [+] (1 new reply) 07/14/2014 on Delusions 0
User avatar #7 - ravenpt (07/14/2014) [-]
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#46 - The same thing happens to pretty guys, you retard 06/03/2014 on Funny youtube comments 0
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