Have owned a Border-Collie myself, confirm they're fun. They get restless/grumpy so, for a more fun dog, would recommend an ex-working kelpie. Love those damn dawgs.
Smartest most loyal and definitely fun dogs. I should add the Collie I had we got after moving off the farm and into a suburban environment, had a good sized backyard though for him to run around in - you do need to invest time in them though, they are active and need walks most days. Either walks or half an hour of fetching / chasing cats / towing kids on roller blades / skateboards into rose bushes.
Avatar now by choice. 5-0 in the Ashes and all.
Daawwww, she's lovely. Shame you had to adopt her out, though. Why'd it go down that way?
Me and my brother both moving out in the very near future. The parents aren't financially, mentally, or physically up to looking after a large dog like her on their own so it was best for her to find a good home asap. It's incredible what a mood boost having her around was, it's going to take a bit of getting used to
Is that you sitting naked in the background
i was going through hard times ok
My friend got a corgi this year. If I ever get another dog, it will be a corgi.
This was a serious post:
I'm trying to find somewhere I can get one of these.
The sort of general malaise that only the genius possess and the insane lament.
Huskies and Malamutes don't do well in hot temperatures. I wanted a Giant Red Alaskan Malamute as a kid when I saw a picture but was sad when I learned I couldn't have one where I live.
.Most people naturally associate huskies with the cold, they are built to withstand extreme cold and also extreme heat, due to their unique double coats. Both extreme hot and cold take longer to penetrate the skin so they are very adapt at surviving comfortably in both. You can certainly keep a Siberian in Australia but will need to take extra care and precautions during the hot summer.
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