We dog-sat for a neighbor many times and since their daughter moved away they didn't want her anymore. Since we already knew her we adopted her. Fucking amazing dog. I don't think if I ever got a dog again it could top her. She got cancer and I probably held onto her too long since we didn't know what it was until the very end. It destroyed me. More so than any relative's death to be honest. I didn't think I'd get a dog again.
I'm more open to the idea now, but there's also a ton of work that goes into having one as well...that has something to do with it
I had a Fila Brasileiro when I was little but he was too big and my father gave him to a friend of his who raised hunting dogs. He said he had run away after some female
Only like 3 or 4 years ago he told me he had given him to his friend
Than I had an Austrian Pinscher but she died very early with 6 months. I cried a lot when it happened.
Now I have a Siberian Husky and she's 8. It's by far my favorite dog ever.
I planned on having her puppies but you know huskys are hard to keep, they have seasonal changes of fur and it's pretty troublesome and maybe if I have another dog I want it to be from a different breed so it doesn't remind me of my current one.
I was thinking of getting a german shepherd in the distant future if my kids ever want a dog.
I want to have a Labrador, they look so fun loving... but I need to move into a house first
Can't have one dog like that on a apt
I confess that I've seen all the Twilight movies, at first to see what's up, the sequels to get to the end of that horrible horrible series of films and books. But I would be damned to say that the final fighting scene wasn't awesome and fulfilling.
Last edited by Schabrak; February 16, 2013 at 10:16 AM.
I confess I'm a piece of shit that can't cry with a pet's death. Dunno why.
Honestly, some things make me feel inhuman.
well that's normal. i don't know many grow men who will cry at their pet death even thought they loved them.