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    Default Your Dogs Best Trait?

    Just a few threads had me thinking. What would you say your dogs best personality trait was. Maybe its something common in their breed or maybe your dog is a one off.

    For example I love that with Ruby if you want to run and jump and wrestle with her she is up for it, and if you want to have a day of sleeping she is up for that too. She just goes with the flow kind of thing.

    She is very low maintance personality wise. If that makes sense


    What would you say was your dogs best Trait?
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    Very much same as yours BDL


    Main thing is they are non judgemental.

    A bond of love & loyalty for me that never stops, regardless of the mood I'm in.

    Qualities, that are rare & complicated with humans.

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    BDL my response is much the same as yours, I love that my dogs are low maintenance and pretty much go with the flow which suits my current life style.

    It's miserable weather here in Sydney and my lot are snuggled up on their beds and have no intention of venturing outside, but the real beauty is that I will not "pay" (no destruction from boredom or need to mentally stimulate them) for their quiet day or even days later on down the track.

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    nugget funny smart and cute love a good game of tugawar
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    Oh yeah I love that mac! Its funny, one of the other puppies from Ruby's litter (the one that the breeder kept) Apparently chews everything! It was also the pup I originally wanted! ( Thats was lucky )
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    I can't choose one thing. Pitties are just so human orientated, I love that. I love that Phi always wants to be as close to me as possible ie: in my lap!

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    I love that Dobes are intensely loyal and human oriented.

    I love their sense of fun and humour- they truly are clowns- they more you laugh the happier they are.

    I love how they don't judge me, and are incredibly forgiving of my faults as an owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Villain & Flirtt View Post

    I love how they don't judge me, and are incredibly forgiving of my faults as an owner.
    Sums it up perfectly for me V&F

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    Mmm hard to choose.. My favourite trait would have to be when she has heaps of dogs to play with but would rather be sitting next to me.

    And her A.D.D.ness, as exhausting as it is she wouldnt be her any other way!

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    It has to be when we come home.
    No matter how long we or I have been, he is so happy to see us again.
    He wags that little fat tail so fast that it make him go into a U shape.
    And that priceless look he give us on our return.

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