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I have had 5 Husky over my life, and NEVER have I had one that was mischivious. They have to be part of the family, they aren’t a dog you can put in the backyard and pet on the head when you happen to walk by. They love to play and be apart of whatever your doing, and that includes relaxing.
They are not hard to train, most people don’t get that a Husky is so smart they know what your teaching them on the 2nd or 3rd time. It doesn’t take day after day. If they get board they run, so the more toys they have the better. They are incredible companions and great members of the family.
Jack Russell’s are energetic but also very adaptable. I was a shift worker & they would come for a morning walk after night shift then sleep for hours with me.
I know have a Jack & a
Aussie Foxy & the Foxy is so hard to stop barking even after spending a fortune on Dog Behaviourists. He is great around the house but I’d pick a Jack over any Dog having owned them (& other breeds, big & small) for 30 plus years.
I have a very high energy old family red nose pit bull terrier. He is very smart and has lots of energy. He loves long walks and loves running and playing. When he gets the zoomies there is no stopping him from running through the house and jumping on and off the couch and my bed in my room. He is a terrier through and through. He is a very active dog. I think Stafford shire terriers are very energetic dogs and very loyal and lovable. When it’s time to chill out, he lays on the couch with his head in my lap enjoying the petting. The media has turned these dogs into monsters and it’s a bunch of lies. This is the best dog I have ever had and he loves people. He loves when people pet him and when I take him to the store or on walks everyone wants to pet him and tell me how beautiful he is. He has an auburn coat and light brownish red eyes with brindle markings down his body. This dog came from the pound and I think he had a very awful life with the owner that surrendered him. I read the notes in his paperwork that came with him and it said some sad things about him. Said he was scared of everything, said he thinks the world is scary. He was trained to be a fighting dog and he was beaten and hit and poked with a stick. He went through behavioral training and took over 40 classes to make him adoptable. He’s not very good with meeting other dogs still and he wants to show dominance to the dog he sees. He pulls the leash and wants to get at the dog he sees. I can say that he’s getting better with other dogs and he don’t pull the leash and try to get at other dogs anymore, he just looks at the other dogs and acts like a he wants to go jump on them but he keeps walking and he listens to my commands. He is doing a lot better but still needs work and I’m working on that. That is the ONLY problem I have with him. If he gets to know a new dog he tries to show his dominance over that dog, but once he gets to know the other dog he is perfectly fine and is nice to the other dog. Even when he shows dominance he don’t bite the other dogs, he just jumps on them and tries to wrestle I guess. But if the other dog shows aggression he will go into fight mode. I have socialized him with a couple dogs he knows now and he is perfectly fine with them and he plays. He don’t try to fight with other dogs, he just tries to show dominance. Jackson is a very good, loving and loyal dog with a sad past, but he’s in a new forever home and isn’t scared of anything anymore. He has a good life now with an owner that loves him very much. He has come out of his shell and is living a happy, secure life. Thanks for reading and God bless.
I totally disagree! I have 3 Jack Russell terriers and an Australian Shepherd! They are all so chilled out, that there’s times I don’t even know they’re next to me
Have loved Australian Shepherds for 45 years & they do not just have ice blue eye color as your article states.
Color can be browns, blues, greens, amber & numerous variations & combinations of the above.
I have had 3 Dalmation and they are the MOST LOVING and entertaining dogs I have had. I would also call them very cleaver and harder to train than my 3 Gr. Shepherds . Each breed of dog has their attributes. I miss my Dals. The were exceedingly memorable and left me with beautiful memorie such as going on long long trail rides with my horses and camping out .
What about German Shepherd? Where can I find a reputable breeder? I’m in Texas. Please reply.
Have you heard of Manchester Terrier? Ours keeps up and outsmarts our cousins Jack Russell in games and running flat out.
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