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Small Women and Big Dogs

March 15th 2009 19:00
Just because you're a women, it doesn't mean that you have to have a fru-fru dog. You can have a big, masculine dog. Personally, I prefer them. Most small dogs are nippy, stubborn, hard to train, much like men, whereas most larger dogs are friendly, pliable, and easier to train. Now, of course you have your random individual dogs that aren't the norm, again much like men, but overall big dogs are so much cooler than small, fru-fru dogs.

As a woman, you don't have to sacrifice a large dog. As long as you have full control of the dog, there is absolutely no reason as to why you cannot have a large breed dog.

Now, everyone has their preference, and if you prefer a Chihuahua, Yorkshire Terrier, Pekingnese, Shih Tzu, or Daschund, then by all means that is your preferred breed, or breed mix, but if you have your heart set on a larger dog, then don't settle for anything less or else you just won't be fully satisfied.

In a way, choosing the perfect dog, is like choosing the perfect partner. If you choose something other than what your heart is set on, you're never really happy to the full extent that you could be otherwise.

Anyway... Food for thought...


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Comment by Mayish

August 1st 2010 08:59
I have a big dog, or rather a puppy that is going to be one, and I feel there is something else to be worth mentioned... you are walking home late at night from a bar with your dog, if it is a miniature poodle no attacker will be bothered by the dog, while if it is a wolfdog, GSD, Great Dane, Cane Corso or anything like that, a potential attacker will definitely think twice before targeting you.

Comment by Little dog owner

September 7th 2010 13:26
This blog seems to drip with contempt for men! Quote: "small dogs are nippy, stubborn, hard to train, much like men," end quote. Maybe you don't have a man, maybe you don't like men. Maybe you repell men. Maybe your dog turns men off. I don't know. But dog size preference compared to men in general says something... something about, I don't know... penis envy?
Quote: " As long as you have full control of the dog..." does that mean you want full control of a man? I mean since you compare dogs to men.
Anyway, I had my heart set on a Bloodhound, loving the droopy faces and the sound of their "bawl", and ended up fostering a Jack Russell. I had such a great time with the Jack, I adopted her! I couldn't be happier! She is smart, was VERY easy to train, loyal, a great little "watch dog", and so adorable!
Maybe you just haven't spent enough time with smaller dogs to realize what great friends they can be. Or maybe you look at celeb women and think the little "designer" dogs they carry around are to foo-foo or show offy. I don't know. I just think it's a little s-t-r-a-n-g-e to compare men to small dogs. A little weird. Maybe you should take a look at that.
Good luck.

Comment by Whitney

September 7th 2010 19:49
I do have a man, and have for several years. I have one small dog and three large dogs.keep that into consideration. I would not trade my yorkie in for the world.

This post was solely to say women can have large dogs. They don't always have to have small dogs.

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