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    Rottweillers and fluffy rat dogs

    Here we have a picture of my evil rottie, he always sleeps alone, ie he don't like other dogs near him while he sleeps, well that was obviously just a big macho front he put on, yep I just caught him snuggled up with rat fluffy dog, obviously his German ancestry


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    Admit that's your fluffy dog.

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    DD, I have the same situation at my house, but it's the 67-pound pit bull terrier who gets caught snuggled up with the 9-pound miniature Schnauzer.

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    When I was a child we had an Airedale Terrier who was snuggling with the cat.

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    No fabian the rat dog has nothing to do with me, it is just lodging here temporarily, although it seems to have been here a good few months now though

    Lesbon my rottie is 60 kilo and the rat thing about 2 kilo

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    They say that pets start to mimic their owners after awhile

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    I heard that it was the other way around!!

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    My missus now wants a rat dog thing for the new house in Khon kean as we think it would be a bit cruel to take one of the two dogs from our other house after having all that isaan fredom and put into a small yard.
    She wanted a little yap dog thing like a poddle until she sore a jack rusell on TV and now wants one. I would prefur a Thai ridgeback but missus is worried about the kids and the yard is not big enough for a large dog

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    Thai ridgebacks are great with small children, at least mine. Very protective of the whole family and property. They are not too big but do need regular walks/runs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speakeasy
    They are not too big but do need regular walks/runs.
    Problem being I am away 5 weeks at a time and theres no way the missus would walk it.

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